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Celebrate Women's History Month with Film Directed by Women • 18m
Madeline, a young journalist covering the trial of an old friend, can't stop thinking of all the events that brought them there.
Born and raised in Milan, Italy, Alice Airoldi moved to the United States to follow her passion for filmmaking. She pursued a degree in Film Production at Emerson College in Boston and then moved to LA where she currently resides. Alice has written and directed several short films and music videos, she is devoted to finding new and fresh perspectives to tell stories that push for social change. She is currently producing a feature-length documentary on immigration in the United States.
DIRECTED BY ALICE AIROLDI
ITALY, UNITED STATES | 2019 | ENGLISH LANGUAGE
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