“VOLCANO” BY LUCA FINOTTI

DIRECTOR'S NAME: LUCA FINOTTI / PRODUCTION COMPANY: HERCULES UNIVERSAL / COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: ITALY, SPAIN / DURATION: 4'51" / MUSIC: HARRY ESCOTT'S “SHAME” REMIXED BY DIEGO POSTIGO / CAST: CASPAR OESCHLER AT SIGHT MANAGEMENT / DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY: LUCA FINOTTI / ARTISTIC DIRECTOR: FRANCESCO SOURIGUES & DAVID VIVIRIDO / STYLIST: VERONICA ALONSO GARCIA / HAIR: MARIA MARTINEZ / MAKE-UP: MARIA MARTINEZ

SHORT FILM SYNOPSIS:
A study of classical mediterranean beauty based on mythology: the man that became a rock / the rock that became a man. The story is an epic yet modern journey of a man that raises from the waters, a man created of the elements of nature. When he discovers fire he falls in love and decides to not return to water and to be transformed in rock. This film explores the elements of classical beauty, sun, sand, rocks, fire and water, melted together into masculinity.
 
SHORT DIRECTOR BIO:
Luca Finotti is a video director and video editor working in the fashion world who lives between New York and Milan, where he grew up. Speed and colors are his hallmarks, while his shooting and editing style pays
homage to the aesthetic purity of photography of the ’20s. He have been working with some of the most important fashion houses, photographer Mariano Vivanco and stylist Nicola Formichetti, with stars such as Lady Gaga and super models of all over the world.
 
 
 
 
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