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All The Pain In The World
Directed by
Tommaso Pitta

UK / 2014 / 12:20
minutes

East Coast Premiere

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SYNOPSIS:
London. Christmas time. A man is desperately trying to save the life of a minuscule fish, but the situation spirals out of control. Based on the short story 'All the pain in the world' by Michele Mari.
BIO:
After graduating at the Paolo Grassi School of Dramatic Arts in Milan, Tommaso started to work as a theatre director in Italy, writing and directing award winning plays in some of the country’s most prestigious venues. Among them, Domenico Scandella, The Inquisition Trials, Interviews With Hideous Men, De Falco's Wedding. In 2010 he directed his first short film, Already Tomorrow, and the following year he was admitted at the National Film and Television School, where he recently graduated. During the time at the school Tommaso directed four other short films, including How I Didn't Become A Piano Player.
MAIN CREDITS:
Cast/Featuring: Peter Faulkner, Cornelius Clarke, Philippa George, Matt Mason
Producer(s): Tommaso Pitta
Director(s): Tommaso Pitta
Screenwriter(s): Tommaso Pitta
Cinematographer(s): Tristan Chenais
Editor(s): Daniel Davies
Production Designer(s): Daisy Bunyan
Composer(s)/Music: Huw Bunford
Sound Designer(s): Marton Kristof

 

 
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