|East Coast Premiere|
|Cast: ||Franco Gonzalez|
|Crew: ||Producers: Martha Frances Williams - Screenwriters: Martha Frances Williams - Director of Photography: Ryan Mitchell
A woman struggling to balance her lofty work ambitions has an unexpected reunion with a childhood friend and recovers her lost spark.
Alessia Gatti is an Italian actress, filmmaker and producer born in Fano, a small seaside town located on the eastern coast of Italy.
She's the creator of "Hands of New York", mini documentary series filmed in NYC and the founder of Acid Green Productions.
She began acting at age 13, honing her craft at the renowned Hamlet International School in Pesaro, Italy.
After graduating from high school, she moved to Rome where she studied Communication at La Sapienza University.
The same year she was accepted into the Scuola di Cinema where she met the acting coach, director and actress Anna Gigante who recognized her deep passion for acting.
In the summer of 2010 Alessia flew to New York City for one month to personally study with famed acting coach, Susan Batson.
At the same time Alessia met the actress and director Jordan Bayne and began consistently studying with Jordan.
Alessia is one of the original members of The Lab - NY, an international community founded by Jordan Bayne, of actors and filmmakers who are creating exciting works in film and theatre on a global scale.
Recently she expanded her directing work to include short films, short documentaries, and commercials, and most recently she directed three videos for the Expo Milan representing her region Marche. Alessia has also won several awards for her commercials for Barilla, Menicon France, William Hill, and TV5 France.
Alone/Together and Greener directed by Alessia Gatti were accepted into the Love Film Festival 2017 and Santa Fe Film Festival 2016.
In 2015 Alessia founded the Greenwich Village Film Festival in her adopted home, New York City.
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