Tiziana Perinotti sings, dances and directs her way to the Women’s Film Challenge
Women’s Film Challenge! Imagine that!
Tiziana Perinotti’s abstract film Imagine, which she’s entered into Audience Awards Women’s Film Challenge, is a mix of music, dance and mirror images. She composed and sang the song “Imagine” herself. Like a beat poet, her voice narrates the dancing on the screen: “I imagine a world where hope no longer comes with fear, it no longer feels like a setup,” she says. In this business, that’s a nice thing to imagine.
“Imagine is all self-created, self-produced and self-financed,” Perinotti says. “It started in part as a vision in a dream and evolved in stages. It took me almost a year to finish it from concept to release date. I’m grateful that I was able to find the right talents to work with, a team of brave souls that were willing to explore the unknown, and co-create. Towards the end of the process there was so much authentic happiness in everyone that it still makes me smile every time I think of it. Imagine won the award of recognition at the Indie Film Festival in LA a few months ago and just recently has been selected out of over 550+ high-quality entries from all over the world at the upcoming ColorTape Int’l Film Festival in Melbourne, Australia, and the upcoming Rishikesh Art and Film Festival in New Delhi India.”
Tiziana Perinotti’s Imagine.
And Perinotti’s work goes on.
“At the moments I am playing Valentina in the upcoming movie Fourth Movement by Rob Nilsson. The project is headed towards the final shooting phase, and it’s bitter sweet that my days on set are coming to an end. I’m also playing Daria, another interesting character, in the movie Overwhelm the Sky by Dan Kremer. That role is perfect for my music theater background. For my next personal project, I am exploring the concept of forgiveness and repair, and what makes it possible even in the most unlikely scenarios.
“Check out my award-winning film T4Tango now available on Amazon. I am enthusiastically looking forward to new working opportunities where I can bring all of my multifaceted experience in writing, directing, acting, music playing and composing, singing and dancing in film and theater.”
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Good luck with the Women’s Film Challenge and with all your future projects, Tiziana!
April 3, 2017, at 12:00pm MST (America/Denver)
April 10, 2017, at 12:00pm MDT (America/Denver)
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