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Posted by Levine Communications Office on April 18, 2013
Director and Actor Domiziano Arcangeli has been
nominated for TWO “Entrepreneurs on the Move Awards.”
These awards honor the best in film, TV, Music, Business,
Philanthropy and more.
Domiziano Arcangeli is nominated for Best Director in the
Indie horror picture “Waiting for Dracula.”
Domiziano Arcangeli is also nominated for best lead
actor in a horror for the same film.
Read more about the awards here.
Posted by Levine Communications Office on April 10, 2013
In the film, “In a dirty and narrow jail, Larry (Domiziano Arcangeli), Deborah (Debbie Rochon), Hugo (Brian Fortune), Hernest (John Game), and Liza (Tara Cardinal), the prisoners, are obliged to suffer injustices from the guards and from their chief, the officer. Above all of them is the judge. Nobody ever sees him, but he is the one that sets the rules, and he’s feared by inmates and guards alike. The prisoners know how to behave and what are the rules to be respected, but they don’t remember anything of their former life outside the walls of the fortress of their prison.
The prisoners’ sole memory, slowly emerging during the story, is the Great Evil that led them to the fortress. And the long, long time they have been imprisoned in it. Suddenly a new prisoner makes an out from nothing-like appearance: PRINCESS (Tiffany Shepis). She is a beautiful lady, dressed only in a crow feathers coat, shining and sensual. Her arrival causes curiosity, envy, suspicion, and a deep sexual agitation.
In a very short time Princess reveals her dark and supernatural nature: She can move objects with the power of her mind and is extremely strong. As Liza soon discovers, escape is just a dream for all of the prisoners. The rude nightmarish projected images they can see outside the windows of their cells make them give up thoughts of escape. But you can’t escape from yourself or your past.
After execution, Deborah and Liza find themselves disoriented, soulless, and empty in the Lost Souls Prison, where they meet an old blind man named Charlie (Gerry Shanahan), “The Soulkeeper”. The souls are dark bodies, sealed into inviolable cells. But Deborah manages to reunite with her soul and then attacks the old man in order to free Liza.
The two of them find an exit, but escape is everything but easy. Soon they realize that the whole fortress, outside and inside, is just a terrifying mirror game where reality is confused with illusion and nightmares become true, throwing the two girls in an endless vortex of terror and madness.“
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Posted by Levine Communications Office on March 29, 2013
By: Samuel Zimmerman
Italian filmmaker Ivan Zuccon has reteamed with his COLOUR FROM THE DARK star and Fango mainstay Debbie Rochon for prison-set supernatural story WRATH OF THE CROWS. The completed film is set to make its world premiere this May in Los Angeles and the director told Fango a little about what to expect.
WRATH OF THE CROWS, co-starring Tiffany Shepis, Tara Cardinal and Domiziano Arcangeli, is focused in a dirty, narrow jail, where prisoners are forced to suffer injustices both from their guards and the ruling officer. Feared by all, however, is a man nobody there has ever seen: the Judge. When new prisoner Princess arrives seemingly out of nowhere, and dressed only in a crow’s feathers coat, her radiating, sweet-smelling, sensual appearance begins to cause not only curiosity but also envy, suspicion and a deep sexual agitation. Soon, Princess reveals her dark and supernatural nature, moving objects through the power of her mind and displaying feats of otherwordly strength.
While CROWS sounds like a women-in-prison film with stakes outside our own reality, Zuccon tells FANGORIA he wasn’t shooting for something with recognizable influence. “I like the classic movies—I made a couple of them like NYMPHA or COLOUR FROM THE DARK—but this time I wanted to do something different. This movie is wild, fast-paced and there’s a lot of crazy, weird characters that I really love. It mixes scary moments with brutal scenes and with a bit of humor that make this film a unique experience.”
“The idea of this film came from a short story I wrote when I finished COLOUR FROM THE DARK,” he continues. “After writing, I put it in a drawer and forgot about it. The story was divided by chapters and was about 12 pages. The title was THE PRISON OF LOST SOULS. I was reading all my old stuff and found this story—it was a true discovery. I decided to send it to one of my screenwriters, Gerardo Di Filippo. A few days later we were already writing WRATH OF THE CROWS.”
What’s resulted is something Zuccon calls “…very gory and brutal, but tied by a strong concept and the whole story is focused on the characters’ development. So there’s not only splatter sequences, but also atmospheric moments,a few dream-like sequences and a final twist that will shock you all.”
You can catch the world premiere of WRATH OF THE CROWS Thursday, May 2 at the Cinespace in Hollywood