no man is an island


"I want to be brave, and selfless, and smart,
and kind, and honest."


Elisa. Italian. 19. Aspiring Jedi.

Shows I watch
NCIS, Once Upon A Time, Person of Interest, Orphan Black, How I Met Your Mother, Castle, Fringe, Alias, Numb3rs, House, Chuck, Elementary, Alcatraz.

Ships I ship
Tony & Ziva, Michael & Sydney, Hook & Emma, Tris & Tobias, Robin & Regina, Charming & Snow, Barney & Robin, Castle & Beckett, Charlie & Amita, Peter & Olivia, Morgan & Alex, Sherlock & Joan, Harold & Grace, Peeta & Katniss.

You can find me here:
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Just came back from my last day in Giffoni. It’s 1 am which is waaaay past my usual bedtime so I’m exhausted and kind of glad it’s over because I need to rest. However I’m going to miss all of this a lot.
Today we met an actor who played a role in The Great Beauty and then attended the closing ceremony. After that I spent like five hours wandering around the town so my feet hurt like crazy ugh
Anyway, it was a great experience and I’m looking forward to being part of this again next year!


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Jennifer Morrison and Colin O’Donoghue attend ABC’s ‘Once Upon A Time’ panel during Comic-Con International 2014 at San Diego Convention Center on July 26, 2014 in San Diego, California.

Or, in other words - the story of how I died


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Yesterday I had so much fun! In the morning we had a sort of brainstorming session and we tried to come up with a story for a commedy! I think we invented a story that was really funny and had a lot of potential. It was also really useful to see how you can always get new ideas thanks to newspapers or past experiences.
In the afternoon we met Sydney Sibilia, a director who recently made a movie that I reaaaally liked. It was his first one so he’s obviously extremely talented and it was nice to see him talk about his work. There was also an actor with him. After that we met a judge.
Later we saw other five short movies for the contest plus four short movies from Qatar. Then we voted :D
Today it’s my last day in Giffoni. I’m kind of sad that it’s almost over but I also think I need to rest lol


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Two more days and the Film Festival will over. This afternoon we met an admiral from the coast guard, Ferzan Ozpetek (a director) and The Jackal, who are some YouTubers who showed us some of their videos and made us laugh a lot lol it was an interesting afternoon. Later we watched four short movies for the contest and then some others made in Georgia. I must say I was pleasantly surprised, I liked them :)


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Seventh day in Giffoni :D I came back earlier than usual today which is great ahah because I’m tired and I need to sleep more tonight. Anyway, this morning we read a script written by our teacher and we talked about the movie that is being made. In the afternoon we met Albert Espinoza and a famous Italian singer and then we saw four short movies (we’re going to vote for the best one when we’ve seen them all). We also watched four short movies made in Macedonia: one was really intense, another one kind of sucked instead lol but it was interesting to watch all of these :)


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I saw Alan Rickman today omg it was only for a brief moment but it was cool ahah 
Anyway it was an interesting day. In the morning there was a new teacher for the screenwriting course and we worked with him in trasforming a tale into a story for a movie (it’s a story our teacher has actually written and the movie is now being made). In the afternoon we met a poet and an animator, then I watched a movie which was okay but not that great. 
In the evening we heard about some projects other guys worked on… I had to leave early though to take the last bus so I missed most of this event…

I saw Alan Rickman today omg it was only for a brief moment but it was cool ahah
Anyway it was an interesting day. In the morning there was a new teacher for the screenwriting course and we worked with him in trasforming a tale into a story for a movie (it’s a story our teacher has actually written and the movie is now being made). In the afternoon we met a poet and an animator, then I watched a movie which was okay but not that great.
In the evening we heard about some projects other guys worked on… I had to leave early though to take the last bus so I missed most of this event…


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Fifth day in Giffoni :D not much to say about the lesson and the guys we met but omg I finally watched the TFIOS movie asdfghjk I really liked the acting and well of course I cried at the end but not too much anyway. I wish I could write more but it’s almost 1am and I should sleep lol it was a really good movie anyway and I’m so glad I could watch it in English now without having to wait until September to see it (dubbed).


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ohawkguy:

the notebook problem: you see a notebook. you want to buy the notebook. but you know you have like TEN OTHER NOTEBOOKS. most which are STILL EMPTY. you don’t need to notebook. you’re probably not gonna use the notebook anyway. what’s the point? DONT BUY THE NOTEBOOK. you buy the notebook.


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Fourth day in Giffoni :D
This morning we watched and commented the pilot of True Detective. It was pretty cool, I think I&#8217;m going to watch the whole season when I go back home.
In the afternoon we met an actor who spoke to us about the two books he wrote. He was obviously very passionate about writing so it was interesting to listen to :)
After that we watched a movie and met the director and the cast. Tbh the movie was quite terrible: the cinematography sucked, there were some huge mistakes in the way it was shot like omg I never studied film directing but I know some general rules that were obviously completely ignored by the director (I understand it was her first film, but I honestly don&#8217;t understand how she was given the money to make the movie considering she also has no experience or education in filmmaking), the characters lacked of any depth, there were some extremely weak dialogues and the whole story didn&#8217;t really work. Also the acting was not that great. It annoyed me that the cast and the director (who were criticized by some of my classmates) said that the message of the film was important and that the way the story was told was just &#8220;aesthetic&#8221; and didn&#8217;t really matter. It was quite shocking to hear that because I believe that the message of a movie must indeed be strong (and it wasn&#8217;t in this movie tbh) but the way the movie is made is extremely important especially when it&#8217;s a movie that&#8217;s been produced by some important producers. Anyway,  it was an interesting debate nevertheless but we were quite confused especially because I think most of us wouldn&#8217;t have made some mistakes that were made lol (I mean you could actually see some parts of the green screen when special effects were used wtf???)
It was a good day anyway even though it rained and it was reaaaally cold in the cinema. I also ate pizza for dinner so that&#8217;s great too :)

Fourth day in Giffoni :D
This morning we watched and commented the pilot of True Detective. It was pretty cool, I think I’m going to watch the whole season when I go back home.
In the afternoon we met an actor who spoke to us about the two books he wrote. He was obviously very passionate about writing so it was interesting to listen to :)
After that we watched a movie and met the director and the cast. Tbh the movie was quite terrible: the cinematography sucked, there were some huge mistakes in the way it was shot like omg I never studied film directing but I know some general rules that were obviously completely ignored by the director (I understand it was her first film, but I honestly don’t understand how she was given the money to make the movie considering she also has no experience or education in filmmaking), the characters lacked of any depth, there were some extremely weak dialogues and the whole story didn’t really work. Also the acting was not that great. It annoyed me that the cast and the director (who were criticized by some of my classmates) said that the message of the film was important and that the way the story was told was just “aesthetic” and didn’t really matter. It was quite shocking to hear that because I believe that the message of a movie must indeed be strong (and it wasn’t in this movie tbh) but the way the movie is made is extremely important especially when it’s a movie that’s been produced by some important producers. Anyway, it was an interesting debate nevertheless but we were quite confused especially because I think most of us wouldn’t have made some mistakes that were made lol (I mean you could actually see some parts of the green screen when special effects were used wtf???)
It was a good day anyway even though it rained and it was reaaaally cold in the cinema. I also ate pizza for dinner so that’s great too :)


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Sooo yesterday night I forgot to make my usual post about the film festival lol well it was reaaaally funny especially yesterday afternoon because we met two youtubers and one of them made us laugh a lot. We also met him at dinner and it was fun.
We also watched a movie about Italy and it was okay, I kind of liked it even though it was obviously made for kids so sometimes it was too “simple” for us especially in the way it dealt with some themes…
Anyway, it was a good day :D


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Second day in Giffoni and it was even better than the first one :) during the lesson we talked about lots of things: about some tvshows like House of Cards, about some movies like Nolan’s Batman trilogy and about other stuff which I’m too tired to remember lol (but I’ve taken notes)
In the afternoon we met Vittorio Storaro who worked as a cinematographer on lots of movies like Apocalypse Now. It was AMAZING, he’s such an inspiring person who really believes in the power of dreams. He talked about how some painters like Caravaggio and Leonardo influenced him and he spoke about his work with Bertolucci and Coppola. It was very interesting and even touching - I almost cried at a certain point ahah
After that we met two actors from the Italian tv show Gomorra and that was interesting too and also quite funny lol
It was a really great day, I feel so lucky because this experience is amazing and I’m loving it :D


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