in streaming ‘It’s up to me’ to raise awareness on AIDS drama

Rome, March 18 (

The Roman director, Manuela Ruiu Smith with the work ‘It’s up to me’, presented at the Isola del Cinema and already awarded at the Capitol in March 2020 (sixth classified out of 800 works), continues to raise awareness among the hearts of the Festivals juries. The film is sponsored by the Higher Institute of Health, Lazio Region, COA (Aids Operational Center) and produced by Be More Aps. This time, his work will be part of the streaming review and will be broadcast on on March 30th, in the XXXVIII edition of the festival ‘Primo Piano – Pianeta Donna – Woman’s long and tiring journey in the history of cinema’.

Protagonists within the cast (Dafne Barbieri, Andrea Amico and Gianluca Potenziani), newcomers, but also already known to the public as Francesco Forte, who has a long television and film experience, already directed by Nino Frassica, Dino Risi, Marco Risi and many other well-known directors, who in the opera ‘It’s up to me’ plays the role of Marco in a funny and brilliant key, while still playing a highly dramatic role.

The appointment of the competitive film festival for women, with the historic kermesse was created and directed by Franco Mariotti. The Festival is promoted by AmaRcorD Cultural Association, realized with the contribution of Mibact – Directorate General for Cinema, with the partnership of Istituto Luce Cinecittà, Cinecittà News, Sngci National Union of Italian Film Journalists, Experimental Center of Cinematography, National Film Archive, Csc Center Film Studies, Mediterranea Productions, Pierfrancesco Campanella.


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