Rome, the ‘Capital of the World’, has resulted in her eternal and unchanging glorious artistic identity. Does this still hold true in the 21st Century? Roma Kaputt Mundi is a documentary that recounts the contemporary art scene farthest from the stereotypical works that have represented her to this day.
Francesca Picozza (Rome, 1979) is an actress, author and filmmaker. She worked for cinema and theater with directors as Lina Wertmüller, Marco Bellocchio, Davide Ferrario and Gabriele Lavia. Francesca Picozza is author of a book about Ingmar Bergman, published in Italy with the title “Il Maestro raccontato” by Sovera Edizioni. She is co-author, together with Christina Clausen, of the documentary “Giorgio de Chirico, amidst revelation and enigma”, produced by Rai Storia.Andrea Santoro (Rome, 1980) is an editor and a freelance producer. He graduated in editing at Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia in 2005. As a producer is mainly oriented to cultural and social projects and in 2102 he realizes “Margerita”, a short movie winner of 78 awards all around the world, with the participation of Moni Ovadia. “Respiri” by Andrea Fiorillo is his latest movie as editor.