This year the Venice Film Festival (Italy) had its dose
Hollywood glamor with Lady Gaga, Bradley Cooper, Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone or Tilda Swinton. The film festival also had this Saturday its heavy Italian bad taste.
Luciano Silighini Garagnani made his mark on the red carpet not so much because he wore sneakers or dressed in faded jeans as in his home-made t-shirt. For the photographers, the Italian opened his jacket to reveal the message "Weinstein is innocent" around a photograph of the American producer accused of rape and rape by several actresses.
The "stupid" shine of a pro-Trump
On Sunday, Alberto Barbara, director of the Venice Film Festival, responded to Deadline by describing the coup as "stupid." The biography of Luciano Silighini Garagnani on IMDB suggests that he was, among other things, director of castings and that he made six films – none of which are credited on the site. The same page mentions that he supports Silvio Berlusconi and the American Republican party. He thus participated in the financing of Donald Trump's presidential campaign.
Ironically enough, Luciano Silighini Garagnani set up a show with his T-shirt on the red carpet Suspiria, of which the cast is mainly female. Director Luca Guadagnino, who signed this remake of
a classic by Dario Argento, was a press conference about the # MeToo movement that revealed women's words in the fold of the Weinstein affair.
The filmmaker is of the opinion that this is a point of no return [a] now our conscience invaded. "And to add:" Suspiria was shot earlier [#MeToo]but I like to think that our work, and those who will come in the future, are born from a pleasant desire never to be in the position to crush the other with its own strength. "