regia/director davide cocchi
soggetto/subject antonio piazza, fabio grassadonia
sceneggiatura /screenplay fabio de luigi, fabio grassadonia, antonio piazza, davide cocchi
fotografia/cinematographer patrizio patrizi
montaggio/editing paolo marsoni
scene / scene design eugenia di napoli
costumi / costume design roberta pontiggia
musica / music andrea guerra
suono / sound maurizio argentieri
cast/cast fabio de luigi, cecilia dazzi, rolando ravello, giorgio col angeli, franco mescolini, bruno corazzari, giampiero bartolini, raoul casadei
formato originale/original format 35 mm – color
durata/running time 95’
paese di produzione/country of production italia / italy
produzione/production fandango s.r.l. in collaborazione con medusa film s.p.a.
distribuzione/distribution fandango s.r.l.
Born in Forlì, on September 20, 1964. He graduates in philosophy at the University of Bologna. In 1996 he shoots the video “Voglio il sole” by Neffa and the Messaggeri della dopa – concept and direction with Dee-Mo Peressoni. In 1998 he is the author and director of the 35-mm film short “Petit Cadeau“ produced by Maxman. In 1999 he directs the play “All’erta stò” staged in San Vito del Friuli and Bologna. He directs the promotional video (15’- dvcam) “Lion in the sun”, shot in Kenya and produced by Film Master Clip and videos for Cliptelevision and Motion Picture House, among which “Season of your love” by Rent (special guest Skin), and “Five seconds” by Ominostanco (Virgin Records). In 2000 he directs the on-the-road TV show “MTV Trip II” with the comedian duo Luca Bizzarri and Paolo Kessisoglu. In 2001 he directs the show “MTV Trip Espana”. In spring 2002 he directs the MTV on-the-road TV show MTV TRIP “Loser”. In July of that same year he is the director of two commercials for Telecom Italia starring “Le Iene” Alessia Marcuzzi, Luca and Paolo, and the video of the song “Buonasera dottore”, a remake by Luca Bizzarri and Paolo Kessisoglu. In November he directs two new Viakal commercials inspired by the sitcom “Friends”. In December he shoots in Ethiopia a social commercial for VIS, a non-profit association, to step up the general public’s awareness on the famine in that country. During his journey he shoots a 16-mm documentary on the subject. “Ogni volta che te ne vai” is his debut movie.
2004 Ogni volta che te ne vai (lungometraggio, feauture) 1998 Petit Caveau (corto, short).
As a child, Orfeo’s dream was to became a ballroom singer. He wanted to sing for his mother, for Uncle Smiley, for the barber and the magical accordion player; he wanted to sing for Pamela. The girl he fell in love with the moment he saw her. Twenty years later, his dream takes a twist: he becomes a ballroom singer…and while she continues to move in and out of Orfeo’s life, like the “lick” of a mazurka dance, their bizarre, romantic love story whirls like a waltz, with all the unpredictable energy of an atomic polka and the breathtaking passion of a tango…because, as someone once said, “True love is never a simple two-step”.
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