Italy Goes Baltic
Year 2004. Naples, Italy. A 12-year-old girl, Aurora, is sent to collect a teddy bear from a shop, an action that will be fatal for the girl. Whe finds herself in the cross-fire of a Camorra shootout and is hit by a bullet. Little Aurora wakes up in a fantastic and surreal world. She seems fine, but she has lost her voice: she can’t talk anymore. In a scenario of urban desolation and criminal life, she will find weird special tricks, grotesque characters and almost ‘magical’ beings. Aurora is in a sort of parallel reality in which the only thing she desires the most is to get back home and have her voice back.
Iacopo Di Girolamo is a British-Italian director and writer with a passion for genre films. He studied Film Production in the UK and worked as filmmaker and editor for many productions. He personally directed documentaries, music videos and short films in Italy, UK, Belgium, Uganda and Kenya. In 2018 he directed his short film N, which has been showcased in 50 festivals around the world and has won several awards in Italy, UK and Mexico.
Viviana Calò is an Italian producer and director. She specialises in scriptwriting for film, radio and television with a master at the IED in Rome. She won a scholarship with Cinecittà Holding for a master in film production. In 2016 she gave life to TeleAut Produzioni a film production company with which she creates her first feature film, Querido Fidel.
TeleAut Produzioni is an independent film production company that combines quality stories with limited budgets. We are always looking for honest, creative and conscious projects and people. Our main goal is the creation of films that move people and raise awareness.