This is the last Short Film created and produced by Blow-Up Management. It was made for the Italian audience and market, with the collaboration of Marco Augelli and This is Not Art (Questa non è Arte). The meaning of the title is: “It’s just a bunch of used chalk”
In these days I’m working with a director, a friend of mine, Geoffrey Williams, as “Italian culture consultant” for a play about Primo Levi. The title of the show is: Drowned or Saved? The final show will be held on the 21st of April @ The Bernie Grant Arts Centre. These are a bunch of pics of the rehearsals: Read more →
“Personal Relations“ opened last week at The Cello Factory in Waterloo. The beginning of an exciting new venture to build cultural bridges across borders. Here is a Review by Lily Zee LLoyd, so you can understand the aim of the project. Our artists’ talk was live-streamed, please find it here. We helped them with the organisation, I had also a small role of curator!!!… Read more →
This is an introduction video about Personal Relations, a European Exhibition about miniature portrait. With the collaboration of This is Not Art (Questa Non è Arte), we organised this event where 150 artists from 3 countries are doing an artwork. First leg will be London, the second one in Holland and the last one in Italy.
The actors involved are all Blow-Up Management’s actor!!!
After two years, we are still working on this project, called I am not a village. It’s a live dance film, it’s a never ending project. Please find more information here And this is the casting page, where we are posted! Please click here Read more →
We are in the mood to celebrate! Last year, during this period, we’ve been part of a new great adventure..we’ve been part of the audition panel of a German company, The Phoenix Theatre, and we really enjoy this experience. Hopefully, we will continue our collaboration, this is only the only picture I have from that day: Read more →
Online tools and social media are changing the way actors and the industry do business. The internet is changing our business. The world we live in today is so different to the one of even five years ago, and the performing arts industry is no stranger to these changes. After having done a deep dive seminar on social media a… Read more →