We are a young group of friends who are deeply involved in the creation of indipendent movies. Our last movie was called Verso Orione, and here you can find all the informations about it: Verso Orione.
Our new project is an horror movie called Possessione Demoniaca. It will be an experimental movie characterized by grotesque and ironic scenes and glaring hues.
About the money
Nobody of our group gets paid for their job, we all work on voluntary basis, as well as the professionists who will help us during the making of. It's totally a self-produced project. We are doing this campaign to raise funds which will be used in the makeup and special effects department.
A small grant would help us buying props to realize disemboweling scenes and bodily fluids more effective and realistic.
About the working schedule
The filming will take place between July and August, while the post production work will be completed in early 2015.
The entire film will be released in the spring 2015. The rewards will be sent the month following the film's release.
Direction and screenplay
Bachelor's degree in Philosophy, author of the horror movie “Black Lake 3” and the costume drama “Towards Orion”
Already assistant in the previous movies.
Professional photography certificate at “Centro Comunicazione Visiva di Vallina” school. Specialized photographer for fashion and design, director of photography and light designer for music videos.
Student of filmmaking course at “Wdka” of AMsterdam.
Stylist and professional seamstress, Bachelor's degree in Costume Design.
Bachelor's degree in Libriarianship, employed at magazine Liber and publisher Giunti.
Bachelor's degree in Literature, works as libriarian at Biblioteca delle Oblate and as assistant teacher in primary schools.
Technical photographer certificate at APAB School and Video Camera certificate at Bongi optical store in Florence, works together with the LightMotion group.
Art certificate at “Accademia di Belle Arti” in Florence, sound technician and coordinator at Legendary Alce Studio.
Student of “Accademia di Belle Arti” in Florence and at Nemo Academy.
Marco Carboncini e Alessio Giannelli