Luigi Ceccarelli

ceccarelliLC_Vimeo_logo LC_Youtube_logoLC_Soundcloud_logo LC_Flickr_logoLC_Facebook_logoHe is a co-founding member of the “Edison Studio” and  since the 1970s he has worked as a composer of music with live electronics. He is interested in all forms of sound, irrespective of genre, and in the relationships between music and the performing arts.

 His work as a composer has brought him international recognition (Bourges Festival Prizes, UBU Prize – given by Italian theatre critics, Ars Electronica – Linz, MESS Festival Prize in Sarajevo, Special Prize at the BITEF Festival in Belgrade, “Hear” Prize by Hungarian Television, Opus Prize” from the “Conseil de la Musique du Quebec”). His works have been chosen many times for performance at the International Computer Music Conference and

 he has written various works for radio produced by the Italian broadcaster RAI and he composed work for theatre with “Teatro delle Albe”, “Fanny & Alexander”, and work for dance with “Wee Dance Company” and Robyn Orlin.
 Luigi Ceccarelli has held the post of Professor of Electronic Music Conservatory of Music of Latina.


The girl from Nagasaki

Music for cinema 2014

a film by  Michel Comte
screenwriters  Anne-Marie Mackay, Ayako Yoshida, Michel Comte
producers  Michel Comte, Amy Filbeck
music  Alessandro Cipriani, Luigi Ceccarelli
cinematographer  Gigi Malavasi
production Designer  James Dean
editor  Nick Tamburri
sound design  Maurizio Argentieri
principal cast  Mariko Wordell, Edorado Ponti, Christopher Lee, Michael Wincott, Michael Nyqvist, Polina Semionova, Ayako Yoshida
The Girl From Nagasaki is a multimedia, contemporary retelling of Puccini’s classic opera Madame Butterfly shot in 3D live action including musical performances, contemporary ballet, and original animated sequences. It is a musical presentation featuring a combination of current and classic artists in a post-modern sensory feast that Comte often refers to as his trans-opera.
“I came out of The Girl from Nagasaki thinking I’d never seen a film like that before. Bold, experimental, engagingly weird and sometimes just a little silly in its seriousness, The Girl from Nagasaki is the most adventurously artistic vision I’ve seen in years….”   (Marshall Fine – The Huffington Post 26/1/2014).
New Frontier Films
1/21/2014 2:30 pm – Library Center Theatre, Park City
1/22/2014 9:45 pm – Broadway Centre Cinema 3, Salt Lake City
1/23/2014 7:00 pm – Holiday Village Cinema 4, Park City
1/25/2014 6:00 pm – Holiday Village Cinema 2, Park City

A. Cipriani, L. Ceccarelli, M. Argentieri at Sundance Film Festival

A. Cipriani, L. Ceccarelli, M. Argentieri at Sundance Film Festival

November 10, 2013, 6 – 11 pm, Naples (Fl, USA)
Naples International Film Festival
Silverspot Cinema – 9118 Strada Place
Celebrate the culmination of the 5th Annual Film Festival!