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A Ciambra

Director: Jonas Carpignano
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Italy's submission to the Foreign Language Film Category at the 90th Academy Awards.
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2017/ Italy - USA - France - Sweden120 min/ Drama
SYNOPSIS
Pio is a 14-year-old brat who is desperate to grow up fast. He follows his older brother everywhere. When he disappears, Pio sets out to prove he’s ready to step into his big brother’s shoes.
CAST
Pio Amato
Koudous Seihon
Damiano Amato
CREW
Screenwriter: Jonas Carpignano
DOP: Tim Curtin
Editors: Affonso Gonçalves
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Production Company(ies)
A Stayblack Prods.
RT Features
Sikelia Prods.
Rai Cinema production
DCM
Haut et Court
Film i Väst
Filmgate Films.
Producer(s)
Martin Scorsese
Jon Coplon
Paolo Carpignano
Ryan Zacarias
Gwyn Sannia
Rodrigo Teixeira
Marc Schmidheiny
Cristoph Daniel
Emma Tillinger Koskoff
Sophie Mas
Lourenco Sant'Anna
Daniela Lundgren Taplin
Alesso Lazzareschi
Dario Suter
Joel Brandeis
Carole Scotta
Julie Billy
Tomas Eskilsson
Sean Wheelan
film festivals
film festivals Cannes Film Festival, France
film festivals Bergen International Film Festival, Germany
film festivals Seville European Film Festival, Spain
film festivals Ghent International Film Festival, Belgium
film festivals Miskolc International Film Festival, Hungary
film awards
film awards Label Europa Cinemas at Cannes Film Festival
Cinema Extraordinaire at Bergen International Film Festival
CinEuphoria, Top Ten of the Year - International Competition at CinEuphoria Awards
Best Actor at Seville European Film Festival
Georges Delerue Prize at Ghent International Film Festival
ICS Award at International Cinephile Society Awards
International Confederation of Art Cinemas Award at Jameson CineFest - Miskolc International Film Festival
Quotes
“A coming-of-age drama with a stealthy emotional charge that further enhances the writer-director's reputation as a gifted practitioner of Italian neo-neorealism.” The Hollywood Reporter- David Rooney

“With the presence of Martin Scorsese as an executive producer, this polished semi-sequel to “Mediterranea”…. will doubtless boost Carpignano’s already fast-rising profile on the festival and arthouse circuit.” Variety- Guy Lodge

"A Ciambra …. secures the U.S.-educated, Italy-based Carpignano's profile as an astute practitioner of modern-day neorealism.” The Los Angeles Times - Sheri Linden