Some of the talents who are attending the event these days are Paolo Sorrentino, Andy Garcia, Sasha Grey, Valerio Mastandrea, Luca Marinelli, Piero Messina, Alessandro Borghi and Maria Sole Tognazzi, which will enrich the charming Red Carpet of the Egyptian Theater, where the opening of the first film event took place. The kermesse started with the screening of Don’t be bad, film chosen to represent Italy for best foreign film at the 88th Academy Awards.
Starting today, West 46th Magazine is officially in partnership with the news of this edition, the unexpected presence that gives hope and innovation to the Italian cinematic context, sometimes careless for young people and newcomers. We are talking about the Roma Creative Contest, the famous short film festival, held in Rome, but also with offices in Los Angeles and Miami and chaired by the Oscar Winner director Giuseppe Tornatore.
West 46th Magazine will support the Rome Creative Contest in all the events organized by the festival, working side by side with it to give a worthy media visibility to all the ambitious projects, to bring short films back to theaters again. The Rome Creative Contest is represented, at the Cinema Italian Style of LA, by its Artistic Director Lorenzo Di Nola, who is a strong supporter of the short films.
The short films that will be screened at Cinema Italian Style will be: Two left feet by Isabella Salvetti, Dear Susie by Leopold Caggiano, Sharon’s number by Robert Gagnor, Zini and Ami by Pierluca Di Pasquale, How I did not become a piano player by Tommaso Pitta, Six by Frank Jerky, Heel 12 by Valerio Vestoso, and Beautiful by Alessandro Capitani.
Also, for all our readers, enjoy the fun greetings from two acclaimed young stars directly from the event: Luca Marinelli and Alessandro Borghi!
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