Il Cappotto di lana

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Il Cappotto di lana

original title:

IL CAPPOTTO DI LANA

directed by:

cast:

Lorenzo Aloi, Marco Conte, Sergio Giovannini, Laura Palamidessi, Gabriele Di Palma

cinematography:

set design:

Anna Laura Bachini

costume design:

Costumeria Panciatici

production:

Bredenkeik Movies, Vertigo Cinema, with the support of Toscana Film Commission

country:

Italy

year:

2013

film run:

14'35"

format:

colour

status:

Ready (02/01/2013)

festivals & awards:

  • CINEFORT 2013: in Competition
  • SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL 2013: in Competition G AWARDS 2013: in Competition
  • VIDEOCORTO NETTUNO 2013: Best Actor, Best Film
  • MALESCORTO 2013: Best Film, Audience Award
  • CINESTESIA 2013: Audience Award
  • VERSI DI LUCE 2013: Best Screenplay
  • SCHERMI IRREGOLARI 2013: in Competition
  • RASSEGNA CAFFE’ LETTERARIO ROMA 2013
  • BIBBIENA FILM FESTIVAL 2013: in Competition
  • MENDICINO CORTO 2013: in Competition
  • FILMISSIMA 2013: in Competition
  • CAPRONI FESTIVAL 2013
  • VISIONI CORTE 2013: in Competition
  • EPIZEPHIRY INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL 2013: Best Actor
  • BOOM ART FESTIVAL 2013: Official Selection
  • ECO FESTIVAL PESIO 2013: Official Selection
  • THE SPIRITS OF THE EARTH 2013: Prix "Italia"
  • CORTOPEPPERFEST 2013: Official Selection
  • METRICAMENTE CORTO 2013: Official Selection
  • STREAMSHORT FESTIVAL 2013: Official Selection
  • SEDICICORTO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL 2013: Official Selection
  • SAN MARINO FILM FESTIVAL 2013: Official Selection
  • ZEROTRENTA CORTO FESTIVAL 2013: Official Selection
  • FESTIVAL MEDIAMIX 2013: Best Film
  • MAKAR FEST 2013: Critic’s Award
  • sHAKESPEARE fESTIVAL 2013: Best Actor (Lorenzo Aloi)

Amedeo, Dedo to his friends, is a sweet and sensitive child. He madly loves art and literature, especially the verses of the poet Giorgio Caproni who he listens every day thanks to an old walk-man. It’s the only way to sidestep the surrounding reality and the rude ignorant father who sees culture only for sissies. One day Amedeo discovers an old wool coat belonged to Giorgio Caproni in the basement of an old trunk; he takes it and he decides not to take it off, causing anger and reproaches in his father. The next morning, however, the camel-colored coat is gone. Dedo begins to wander Livorno. So, his magical adventure begins. It will take him into the enchanted world of its most creative imagination.