Get Big is a feature-length documentary.
Is there a sport in which winning is not the only goal? The answer is yes, it is Ultimate Frisbee and is played without a referee. You don’t believe it? Wait for the next Olympic Games or get ready to watch this film.
Esiste uno sport in cui la vittoria non è l’unico obiettivo da raggiungere? La risposta è sì, è l’Ultimate Frisbee e si gioca senza arbitro. Non ci credete? Aspettate le prossime Olimpiadi oppure preparatevi a guardare questo film.
produced and directed by Elena Beatrice & Daniele Lince
produced with the support of A.S.D. Associazione Ultimate Torino
associate producers Gabriele Bocchio and Enrico Randazzo
sound editor/composer Simone Lampedone
HOW TO BECOME A ZOMBIE
Short Film – Comedy
Extreme diets have become fashionable and health enthusiasts have imposed veganism to relatives and friends. Their victims die after having rejected some vegetables and then re-awake as meat-seeker-zombies.
This is the story of one of them.
produced directed and edited by Daniele Lince & Roberto Tomeo
co-producers Gabriele Bocchio, Daniele Torti
screenplay by Roberto Tomeo & Daniele Lince
from a story by Daniele Torti
Los Angeles CineFest, June 2017 – Official Selection
Social World Film Festival 2017 – Film Market
THE SCIENTIST OF SOUND
Short Film – Documentary
Thursday 27th of October 2016 – Teatro Espace, Turin (IT)
Mulatu Astatke is a musician, composer, arranger and Ethiopia’s cultural ambassador. He’s known as the godfather of ethio-jazz, a unique blend of jazz, traditional Ethiopian music, latin, caribbean reggae and afro-funk. Born in 1943 in Jimma, Mulatu studied music not only in Ethiopia but also in UK and USA. Indeed, in 1958 he was the first African enrolling to the Berklee College of Music in Boston. In 2005 he contributed to the soundtrack of Jim Jarmusch’s film “Broken Flowers”, reaching a new public worldwide. When he’s not busy with international tours, Mulatu lives in Addis Ababa, where he founded a music school and his own club, The African jazz Village. Astatke recently published “Cradle Of Umanity”, in collaboration with the multi-ethnical band Black Jesus Experience.
directed and edited by Elena Beatrice & Daniele Lince
written by Ermanno Becchis
produced by Daniele Lince, Ermanno Becchis, Elena Beatrice
Feel the Reel International Film Festival (Glasgow) – Runner up
Giovanni and Mike can live forever just like you. They haven’t solved all their problems yet, but at least they can go to bed and have sweet dreams. This is because they can postpone everything they want until tomorrow. Giovanni is a man who leads a quiet life with his wife, Annie. They have a beautiful little boy named Alan! Their life is a constant succession of very peaceful days until things begin to change. Problems arise again and Giovanni reaches his breaking point the day of his 217th birthday during a visit to his son, Alan. Now he must take a decision: he can either leave things as they are or manipulate the human DNA once again. Welcome to the future.
directed by Daniele Lince
screenplay by Roberto Tomeo and Stewart Arnold
produced and edited by Daniele Lince & Roberto Tomeo
69e Festival de Cannes – Short Film Corner 2016
David Di Donatello Awards 2016 – Official Selection
Ouchy Film Awards 2016 – Nominee Best Short Films
Kansas International Film Festival 2017 – Official Selection
Toronto Film Week 2016 – Official Selection
Los Angeles Cine Fest 2015 – Official Selection
12 Months Film Festival 2015 – 3rd Prize Best Short Film
On the gravel bed of a river, two friends are trying to catch some fishes. One of them is feeling anxious, as if something tragic is going to happen. Meanwhile, in a damp cellar, some people – obsessed by their appearance – get familiar with a new, brilliant way to get a perfect body: the Marcy Method! Let’s walk down the dark path with these characters, to discover just how far people are willing to go, to look beautiful to the others eyes.
directed by Daniele Lince
written by Roberto Tomeo
produced and edited by Roberto Tomeo & Daniele Lince
co-produced by Gabriele Bocchio and Andrea Morgando
24 Official Selections, 22 Nominations, 11 Awards.
67e Festival De Cannes – Short Film Corner 2014
The Monthly Film Festival 2015 – Winner Best Film & Best Script
Fright Night Film Fest 2015 – Winner Best Foreign Short Film
Roma Cinema Doc 2016 – Winner Best Directing
Rugged Phoenix Und. Film Festival 2015 – Winner Best Screenplay
Shortpole London Int’l Film Festival 2016 – Winner Best Editing
Short Stop International Film Festival 2016 – Winner Best Editing
Top Indie Film Awards 2016 – Nominee Best Director
Terror Film Festival 2014 (USA) – 5 Nominations
David Di Donatello Awards 2015 – Official Selection
Los Angeles Cinefest 2015 – Official Selection