The Red Tree

(L'albero rosso)

Italia, 2018, HD, 22', col.

director:

Paul Rowley

The Red Tree

San Domino is an island in the Tremiti archipelago and during the twenty years of the Fascist regime it was used as a place of detention and torture for prisoners accused of being homosexual. Here are their stories, told by Leo Gullotta in this experimental short presented at the BFI: Flare 2018.

screenplay

Luca de Santis, Paul Rowley

editing

Paul Rowley

photography

Frederic Fasano , Paul Rowley

sound

Fiadhnait McCann

music

Oberman Knocks

cast

Leo Gullotta, Nath Ann Carrera, Luca Torregiani

producer

Nicky Gogan, Paul Rowley

 

Paul Rowley
paul@stillfilms.org
www.stillfilms.org

 

Paul Rowley

Biofilmography

Paul Rowley was born in Ireland but lives and works in Brooklyn. Director, cinematographer, editor and producer, he has made several films, including shorts and documentaries, such as Suspension (1999), Seaview (2007), Divestment (2008), Building Something Modern (co-directed with Nicky Gogan, 2011), and The Red Tree (2017). He debuted in feature films in 2002 with As Láthair, followed by The Rooms (2010) and The Participants (2015).