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AGGRAPPATI A ME (HOLD ON TO ME), 20min., Italy, Drama
Directed by Luca Arcidiacono
The young roman boy Filippo, meets Alice in a tram, a child with down syndrome. She wants to be escorted home but he is late for an important appointment.
News & Reviews
- “Interview with the director Luca Arcidiacono and the actor Ludovico Tersigni”Radio Inhttps://www.mixcloud.com/RadioIn/hello-people-14-06-2018/
- “”Aggrappati a me”, regista siciliano racconta la sindrome di down in un cortometraggio”Giornale di Siciliahttp://gds.it/2018/06/10/aggrappati-a-me-regista-siciliano-racconta-la-sindrome-di-down-in-un-cortometraggio_866287/
- “Interview with the director Luca Arcidiacono”Unfolding Romahttps://www.unfoldingroma.com/personaggi/7263/luca-arcidiacono/
- “Intervista al regista Luca Arcidiacono per la conclusione delle riprese di “Aggrappati a me””Roma Tre Radiohttps://www.mixcloud.com/parla-per-tre/mainstreaming-5-giugno-2018/
From Sicilian origin, he has been living in Rome since 2011. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Cinema at the University of Rome Tre in 2014 and is currently pursuing master studies. Formed in Director and Film Screening with courses and workshops with directors such as Sergio Rubini, assistant director Ciro Scognamiglio, writer Marco Pettenello and the Holden School in Turin, since 2014 works as Casting and Assistant Director for companies such as Cattleya, Pupkin, Ascent Film, Groenlandia, Lux Vide and in 2016 he worked as a co-writer and consequently as the First Assistant Director for the movie “Malarazza”, which was released at the cinema on November 9, 2017. Since 2016 he has founded the Jaws Production, a small Roman company that deals with the production of shorts, spots and video clips. His latest short film “The Red Room” is distributed by Premiere Film and his new short film “Aggrappati a me”, which he wrote and directed, is currently in production.