Italy’s Chlorine will be in competition at Sundance
by Camillo de Marco
- The feature debut by Lamberto Sanfelice has been selected in the World Cinema Dramatic Competition section; it is produced by Asmara Films and Ang Film
The Italian title Chlorine, by Lamberto Sanfelice, is among the films that have been selected in the World Cinema Dramatic section of the Sundance Film Festival 2015, which will take place in Park City (Utah) from 22 January-1 February.
The movie chosen by the independent film gathering founded by Robert Redford is written by Elisa Amoruso and Sanfelice himself, and is his feature debut. The main character, Jenny (Sara Serraiocco, Salvo [+see also:
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Chlorine is produced by Ginevra Elkann, of Asmara Films, together with Damiano Ticconi, of Ang Film, who both also backed Lamberto Sanfelice’s first short film, Il fischietto.
(Translated from Italian)