Spazio Cinema Piazza dei Legnami
Topi in Trappola
Directed by Tommaso Fabbri
Giordano and Topolino, childhood friends, have left behind an eventful evening… or at least they think so. The future of their relationship becomes uncertain after a shocking discovery, which forces them to understand how far loyalty can go.
- Giordano: Alessandro Garbin
- Topolino: Diego Bellettini
- Intruder: Maria Vittoria Martinelli
- Directed by: Tommaso Fabbri
- Written by: Tommaso Fabbri, Francesco Pozzi
- Screenplay by: Tommaso Fabbri, Jacopo Gaglio, Francesco Pozzi
- Cinematography by: Maurizio Carlesi
- Music by: Mattia Bruni
- Make-up by: Matilde Del Corso
- Production secretary: Edoardo Gallo
- Production assistant: Bianca Braccini
- Camera operator: Cosimo Lombardelli
- Sound recordist: Gregorio Canaccini
- Art director: Mario De Libero
- Marco Dalle Vacche, Massimiliano Bientinesi
Nulla è, Nulla sia
Written and directed by: Federico Anglano
After leaving a party, Andrea wanders through a deserted and nocturnal Rome, questioning himself with Cloe about existence and the reasons that led him to commit an extreme act.
- Actors: Nicolò Barba, Sara Buonomini, Francesca Ruffini, Claudia Sacco
- Produced by: Giordana Cassano, Marzia Caputo
- Music by: Richard Tillard
- Assistant director: Giordana Cassano
- Director of photography: Federico Anglano
- Editor: Federico Anglano
- Assistant editor: Marta Dieguez
- Assistant cinematography: Pietro Canonico, Francesco Cerreti
- Sound recordist: Michele Burgalassi
- Mixing and mastering: Richard Tillard, Michele Burgalassi
- Production design: Sara Esposito
- Casting: Marzia Caputo
- Camera operator: Federico Anglano
- Color grading: Federico Anglano
- Extras: Bianca Angeletti, Marzia Caputo,
- Giulio Arcuri, Miriam Cassarino, Giada Baglioni, Azzurra Corradini, Pietro Canonico,
- Chiara Delfino, Sara Esposito, Davide Fedele,
- Leonardo Gorini, Mattia Lenzi, Leonardo Marzana, Francesca Polese, Catherina Scapuzzi, Tommaso Raugi, Giuli Demiri, Gianluca Rodriguez
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