Italian musician and film director Federico Zampaglione’s latest movie is BIANCA, a stylishly violent short horror thriller.
BIANCA was shot in lockdown in Italy on his iPad in three days and starring his ten-year-old daughter Linda in the title role and his partner, actress Giglia Marra (“Squadra antimafia – Palermo oggi”, Una serata speciale).
The story, which centers on the tense, unpredictable relationship between a girl and her mother at home, was co-written by Zampaglione (Tulpa & Shadow, Remember) and Gianluigi Perrone (Ritual: A Psychomagic Story, Across the River).
Federico said today: “My daughter was getting a little bored being at home for so long with nothing entertaining to do, so I suggested to her and my girlfriend Giglia, that we do a little film – have some fun together and stay in a better mood. It’s very important right now to stay positive through the tough times we are going through. On top of this I had the occasion to get back to my old love…The Horror”.
Make sure you check out the short below and let us know what you think.
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