The surreal story of how an up-and-coming director took a turn for the worst to help further his career during COVID.
Martin Scorsese is in the news a lot these days. He's got a new movie coming out, The Irishman, which is a big event for the 76 year old director, but mostly people are talking about his comments that Marvel movies are not "cinema". Here is the exact quote, probably taken out of context: “I don’t... Continue Reading →
I love 3 things: Motorcycles, Movies and my mother. (I'm Italian) Sometimes, when the god's favor me, I get to combine two of those (my mother doesn't ride). May I introduce Italian Sporting Bikes of the 70's hosted by the madmen at Union Garage in Brooklyn and the fine folk at Alpinestars. https://vimeo.com/222402531
My short film about love, and loosing love, Unattended Baggage, was selected to be in the 2017 New Director's Showcase presented by Shoot Magazine and the DGA. I was quite honored. Here is the film: https://vimeo.com/180905379 They gave me a questionnaire. I answered those questions about being a filmmaker. Those answers are here: https://nds.shootonline.com/nds/profiles/roberto-serrini Im very... Continue Reading →
So clickbait, amirite? This essay isn't really about how to get a Vimeo Staff Pick. I am fortunate to have a couple of my films to have been showcased on Vimeo's Parthenon of special Staff Picks, but I couldn't tell you a recipe on how secure your acceptance. Besides, other people have offered their... Continue Reading →
Deep in a remote Cambodian village a mother learns why her daughter didn't have to die, and a filmmaker learns a life lesson he will never forget.