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Francesca Amoroso

Francesca Amoroso

Francesca is currently a Camera Assistant, working and living in London. She is an MA Film Studies graduate from UCL and writes about film in her spare time.
Francesca is currently a Camera Assistant, working and living in London. She is an MA Film Studies graduate from UCL and writes about film in her spare time.


Articles by Francesca Amoroso

“The Joneses” is a testament to the power of knowing who you are

By Francesca Amoroso October 9, 2017

Francesca Amoroso saw The Joneses, a touching documentary on life as a transgender woman in Mississippi, at Raindance Film Festival and gave us her thoughts. A touching tale of one family’s struggles over issues of transgenderism, homosexuality, religion and marriage, The Joneses is an honest look at the reality of being considered different in the heart […]

“Melody Makers” is rollicking rock ‘n’ roll history

By Francesca Amoroso October 7, 2017

Melody Makers is a riot of musical appreciation and wild tales from a beloved bygone era for fans of rock ‘n’ roll writes Francesca Amoroso. Leslie Ann Coles met Barrie Wentzell in 1996 Toronto, often regaling the stories surrounding his photography archive, she quickly became enamoured with his colourful career. A collection of negatives that can […]

The Best and Brightest of Raindance Film Festival 2017

We were invited by the wonderful people at Raindance Film Festival to come and sample everything that the world renowned event had to offer and we were very happy to accept. A whirlwind of features, shorts, webs series, VR experiences and music videos and suddenly the 12 days of the Raindance Film Festival were over! […]

Real-life mother and daughter duo capture the complexities of motherhood in “Barrage”

Talent runs in the family, it would seem, as Lolita Chammah and Isabelle Huppert light up emotional familial drama Barrage with raw magnetism. Played by Lolita Chammah and her actual mother Isabelle Huppert, Elisabeth and her daughter Catherine clash one weekend when Catherine suddenly returns to visit her estranged daughter, Alba, who for the past ten years […]

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