Annarita Zambrano

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Bologna, 2002. The opposition to the Labor Law explodes in universities. The murder of a judge reopens old political wounds between Italy and France. Marco, a former left-wing activist, sentenced for murder and exiled in France for 20 years, thanks to the (...)


Annarita Zambrano was born in Rome and now lives in Paris. She has directed several short films which were selected in the main international festivals: Ophélia, in Cannes 2013 Official Competition; Tre Ore, in Cannes 2010 Directors’ Fortnight; A la lune montante, in 2009 Venice Film Festival and Andante Mezzo Forte, at the 2008 Berlinale Film Festival. In 2013, she directed for the RAI and Cineplus, L’Âme noire du Guépard, a documentary which analyzed with a political dimension Luchino Visconti’s masterpiece.
After the war (Dopo la Guerra) is Annarita’s first feature film. The film is supported by the Gan Foundation for the cinema in 2015 and will be presented in Cannes 2017 Un Certain Regard.