Wave Cinema is an integral part of Wave Group, an entertainment company with lots of interests in particular in horseracing, field in which it owns lots of racetracks as joint venture, commits to publishing for sector media, and boasts the property of a trot stud, leader in Italy.
The first interest of Wave Cinema is movie and TV production considering in particular European projects, whether genre or auteurial films, able to propose universal themes in order to gain space in international market.
The Cage – Nella gabbia
by Massimiliano Zanin
L’origine del mondo
by Rossella inglese
An Ansa video story on "The Cage - Nella Gabbia" is online. Backstage footage alternates with interviews with director Massimiliano Zanin and the three protagonists Aurora Giovinazzo, Brando Pacitto and Valeria Solarino. Here is the link to the full video
"Red Hell. Joe D'Amato and the Road to Excess” directed by Manlio Gomarasca and Massimiliano Zanin and focused on Aristide Massaccesi's legendary film career won the Best Motion Picture Award at the Sitges Film Festival - Documenta Section.
"EVA" directed by Rossella Inglese will officially have its world premiere at the 36th International Critics' Week of the 78th Venice Biennale. The short film is produced by Wave cinema with Il Varco and distributed by Gargantua Film Distribution.
"Inverno" by Giulio Mastromauro is the winner of the Best Short Film 2020 category at the David di Donatello Awards, representing Italy in the Oscar race. The short film is produced by Zen Movie, Indaco Film, Wave Cinema and Diero Film with the support of Rai cinema, Calabria Film Commission and Network Contacts, distributed by Zen Movie.
The short film "Le Mani sulle Macerie" by Niccolò Riviera wins the Second Prize “Visioni Ambientali” at the 2020 “Visioni Italiane Festival”.
Giulio Mastromauro's "Inverno" is a critical success, acclaimed at the world's major festivals. It thus continues its Oscar race. The film, delicate but at the same time impactful, has won 70 Official Selections and over 30 awards worldwide, making it the most awarded Italian short film of 2020.
The documentary "Red hell. Joe D’amato and the road to excess” directed by Massimiliano Zanin and Manlio Gomarasca is in the home stretch: the project is in the final stages of post-production, ready to be shown at major festivals around the world.