TATA A film by Antonio D'Alfonso TATA means Daddy in many languages. Andrea, a famous photographer, becoming blind, discovers he has a second daughter. Divided into three one-hour chapters, this film takes us to Toronto, Montreal, Udine (Italy), and Brooklyn. Shooting began in 2015 and ended in 2020.
Performance of a 1974 play, Les violettes africaines.
A film by Antonio D'Alfonso. This is a visual diary shot in March of 2004. I followed Barry Callaghan and family and friends to Oaxaca, Mexico, where Michael Callaghan and Gabriela Campos got married. There, wonderful moments unfolded.
Also included in this film, an extensive interview with writer, Monica Lavin.
With Angiolina Di Salvio D'Alfonso. Without sound.
With Jennifer Dale.
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