Campari and Cinema

Campari and Cinema
Author : Gianni Canova
Publisher : Skira
Total Pages : 224
Release : 2022-01-04
ISBN 10 : 8857245543
ISBN 13 : 9788857245546
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Campari and Cinema Book Description:

An illustrated history of Campari's hands-on patronage of the film industry This volume examines the longstanding and fruitful relationship between Campari and the film industry. Tracing Campari's long history as an enthusiastic and involved patron of cinema, the book details how the company's support has served as the impetus for countless experimental and groundbreaking film projects. From Campari's 1984 TV commercial directed by legendary director Fredrico Fellini to its most recent collaboration with Oscar-winning director Paolo Sorrentino and Hollywood actor Clive Owen on the Red Diaries series--an ongoing campaign of short films illustrating that "every cocktail tells a story"--Campari's forays into the world of film are always ambitiously crafted and masterfully realized. A perfect alchemy of passion and imagination, Campari and Cinema offers a sweeping panorama of film history and demonstrates how cinematic creativity goes hand in hand with the innovation of Campari.


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