Exclusive: Your First Look At Neo-Giallo Feature THE TRANSPARENT WOMAN And LGBTQ Short L'AMOUR A LA PLAGE
M International Films has given ScreenAnarchy an exclusive first look at two of their new productions. We have stills from a neo-giallo feature film called The Transparent Woman, and a LGBTQ themed short film L'Amour A La Plage.
The Transparent Woman, a neo giallo film directed by Domiziano Cristopharo shot in Italy with the actress Roberta Gemma. Anna is a beautiful sweet blind woman, but fiercely independent. Her husband Carl has financial problems and sells the apartment where they lived and move in his old house in the fields. Anna is not happy there and is most of the time all alone... but noises and strange facts force her to think that someone is in the house too... or "something".
M International Films just produced 2 short films, L'Amour A La Plage (Finland title : Rakkaus) a Finnish and French co-production, directed by Mickael Abbate (Phantasmagoria), an erotic and fantasy short film, shot to be part of a French Anthology Film "10 Great Moments of Pleasure and Desire", a collection of 10 short films directed by LGBTQI talents, bringing a fresh and original vision on the desire and pleasure themes, with an intellectual, psychological or physical approach... L'Amour A La Plage evokes the visual style by director Gregg Araki.
M International is also producing one more short, Them. It will be directed by Carolina Moggia follows the wandering of a submissive woman in London. The short film, "co-produced by France, Finland, England and Italy evokes Andrzej Zulawski's masterpiece Possession".
They are also producing Danza Macabra, a new horror anthology film which will be shot in Mexico, South America, France and Italy. The directors working on this project will be unveiled at the 2015 EFM at the beginning of February in Germany.