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MISTRETTATHEATRE is the website informing about Maurizio Mistretta's multimedia activities.

Maurizio Mistretta has been writing, directing and acting theatr performances, movies, documentaries and festivals for the last 20 years. 

At present Maurizio is the owner and director of DUO Mistretta-Firrincieli URP, a theatre production company.
His events are scheduled inside of the Italian Festival organized by the Italian Embassy of Bangkok
Maurizio Mistretta is also the art director of the Italian Film Festival Bangkok and the Dante Alighieri Association.

To contact Maurizio Mistretta please write to khunmau@gmail.com


GAUDIUM -  The Prophecy of Coca

GAUDIUM - The Prophecy of Coca

GAUDIUM -  The Prophecy of Coca -  a film by Sandro Calvani and Maurizio Mistretta
The script is during the third draft. Soon the breakdown of the script
Watch the interview with Sandro Calvani at: https://vimeo.com/177998318
For more details: khunmau@ gmail.com


Theatre: The 6 Pinocchios - I sei Pinocchi by Maurizio Mistretta

Theatre: The 6 Pinocchios - I sei Pinocchi by Maur...
Synopsis of the play SIX PINOCCHIOs

Six superior puppets (marionettes) get off from an ancient wardrobe after a centuries long sleep. They are surprised; nothing is asit was before. They may learn and study the new reality around them. With a terrific surprise, they discover an audience in front of them. And this audience is waiting for their show. At the beginning, they do not know what they can tell to the audience. They feel confused. Then, step by step, they start to remember something very important and they start to tell the audience.

THEATRE - The man with the flower in his mouth

THEATRE - The man with the flower in his mouth
 
On the 150th Anniversary of the birth of Luigi Pirandello (1867-1936), this project wishes to be a tribute from two expatriates in the Far East to the Sicilian writer. The Man with the Flower in his Mouth (in Italian: L'Uomo dal Fiore in Bocca) is a 1922 play written by the Italian playwright Luigi Pirandello. A dialogue between a man aware of his incurable decease, and another one who lives without questioning death; a metaphor of the circle of life and death, personified through the deep and somehow mysterious connection between word and music. A man tries to savour all lasting moments of his life while the other character - replaced by a pianist with a minor trouble in the execution of his music –supports him, often inadvertently.
The original Pirandello play has been integrated with poems by Pier Paolo Pasolini and Jacques Prevert, while music repertoire includes classic authors such as Liszt, Chopin, Bach and original music by Alberto Firrincieli. The performance has been ideated and directed by Maurizio Mistretta, live music by Alberto Firrincieli.
 

CINEMA: fiction

CINEMA: fiction

The Iron Red Door is that passage were the bodies of executed prisoners get out from the infamous Thai prison “Bang Kwang”. Every time that door opens a new human being has been killed. It is not important if he was innocent or guilty. It is doesn’t matter if it is a poor western immigrant doing art in an Asian metropolis. They want just to be sure to kill someone.
For the trailer please watch it at: https://vimeo.com/166194079
 
 
 

Theatre: A Woman's Memories - Ricordi di Donna

Theatre: A Woman's Memories - Ricordi di Donna

Woman’s Souvenirs is a woman’s journey in time from her childhood to her present days.
It is at the same time a real and imaginary journey inspired and based on real life experience.
Poetry and storytelling are combined with songs from musicals and films creating a real life sound track.
On stage: Ilaria Trentin
Singer: Manuela Guatelli
Guitar: Carlo Zundo
Created and directed by Maurizio Mistretta

CINEMA: documentary

CINEMA: documentary

BOXER REBELLION is the first episode of a documentary about the Amateur Boxing circuit in Bangkok Metropolis
Synopsis: A group of people, coming from all over the world, meet almost every night at the eighth floor of a gym inside a shopping center. They change their attire, that of manager, English teacher, entrepreneur, etc
Then they delight themselves with the “noble art" of boxing. These Fighters do not fight because they hate the world. They don’t even hate their opponent whom they usually refer to as “Bro" or “Sis ". 
Some part of the documentary it at: https://vimeo.com/184819682