On Friday, June 16, Giuseppe Verdi’s “Aida” premiere was held at the Arena di Verona, the city that theater lovers remember for the tragedy “Romeo and Juliet”, the immortal masterpiece by William Shakespeare.
The show opened the season that celebrates the 100th anniversary of the most prestigious opera festival in the world.
Among the audience were the Oscar-winning Sofia Loren, also the godmother of the evening, and Matt Dillon, the main character of “Rumble Fish” directed by Francis Ford Coppola, to which WILD FILMMAKER, in collaboration with Christopher Coppola, will dedicate a Webinar.
Anna Laura Miszerak, the production assistant of WILD FILMMAKER, has dedicated herself to dance and opera and performed at the premiere of the Arena of Verona, which compared to sports, is like for a basketball player to play in the NBA.
Orson Welles commenting on Federico Fellini’s cinema, simply said, “It dances!”.
In two words, the great Orson had grasped the deep meaning of Fellini’s art. Cinema can be a dance and the steps are made of editing.
Therefore, we are proud to have an artist like Anna Laura Miszerak in the WILD FILMMAKER Team, who has created a perfect symbiosis between dance, opera and our innovative way of storytelling and making cinema.All this confirms the philosophy adopted by WILD FILMMAKER, namely that to change the present, it is necessary to know the past sincerely.