The writer, director and television author Federico Moccia returns to the city to shoot the short Bugie. It is an entirely Calabrian mini-film in which the protagonists were twelve actors and student actors from the Maros School of Arts in the Theater of Corigliano – Rossano. Also in the cast of actors Paolo Mauroface of Un Posto al Sole and Inspector Coriander.
This is what the artistic director of the prestigious regional school says Mariarosaria Alessandra Bianco who, in announcing the conclusion of the filming, underlines how the one with Moccia is one of the most important steps in the school’s growth path.
It was an important moment – underlines Bianco – crowning a year that gave satisfaction not only in front of the cameras but also in theaters with the production of the opera Divine Comedy – Il Viaggio, the performances of which will continue with matinees for the schools scheduled for next Tuesday 23 January at Rendano in Cosenza.
Bugie was filmed in the historic village of Calopezzati and on its beaches. Some scenes saw the backdrop of some important entrepreneurial, cultural and artistic structures and realities of Sibaritide.
Supporting the director was a technical cast made up of some of the best professionals in the Calabrian cinematographic world recognized at a national level: from the documentary maker Luigi Simone Veneziano, expert videomaker and creator of the CUT film editing studio – ideas for images, to the film-maker Walter Nicoletti, camera operator for the That’s it company, Rende’s creative hub. Up to the Casting Director Francesca Marchese, a professional expert in cinema and theater who we all remember for the award-winning film Una Femmina.
Not just cinema. Maros in Teatro is a reality that has grown year after year, achieving exceptional results on a national level at the Performer Cup Italy, the Italian championship of Scenic and Performing Arts in the acting sector where Maros has had young artists exhibit who will represent Italy in Europe and at World Cup 2024.
There are many students of the School, young and old, who take part in the casts of films and TV series with special roles and appearances. Among the many students who attended the school there is the case of the actor Giuseppe Pallone who in his path of professional growth already includes important roles in notable television series such as that of the antagonist in Summer Limited Edition, produced by SkyTv oper De Agostini directed by Mario Vitale and the protagonist in the cinema film Il Migliore dei Mali, directed by Violetta Rovetto and produced by Solaria Film and Minerva Pictures.