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post #31 of 79
Hello everyone,

my name is Gianluca Migliarotti and as the author of "O'mast" I thank you all very much for the appreciation you have express to the trailer of my film.
I have to apologize for the terrible delay. We have finished editing the film in February and as the most of you know we are looking for a proper distribution.
I'm a filmmaker and for me is important even to participate to festivals. Some of them have strict rules on the exclusivity of the screening. Means that I cannot make a dvd before I got into the festival, otherwise I would be automatically out. That's part of the reason for the delay. The other thing is that I want to produce a special edition dvd which I think will be very appreciated by the connosseur of the tailoring world. I'm working on this. Believe me, I can't wait to deliver my film to all of you as soon as possible, but it has to be done in the right way.
I have to apologize especially with Will, which I contacted and then disappeared. I'm sorry Will.
We are now discussing for a screening in New York and one in Hong Kong.
I'll keep you posted .

Best regards to all
GLM
post #32 of 79
Good luck. Buona fortuna. Looking forward to seeing the full feature.
post #33 of 79
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Originally Posted by kid dandy View Post
Hello everyone,

my name is Gianluca Migliarotti and as the author of "O'mast" I thank you all very much for the appreciation you have express to the trailer of my film.
I have to apologize for the terrible delay. We have finished editing the film in February and as the most of you know we are looking for a proper distribution.
I'm a filmmaker and for me is important even to participate to festivals. Some of them have strict rules on the exclusivity of the screening. Means that I cannot make a dvd before I got into the festival, otherwise I would be automatically out. That's part of the reason for the delay. The other thing is that I want to produce a special edition dvd which I think will be very appreciated by the connosseur of the tailoring world. I'm working on this. Believe me, I can't wait to deliver my film to all of you as soon as possible, but it has to be done in the right way.
I have to apologize especially with Will, which I contacted and then disappeared. I'm sorry Will.
We are now discussing for a screening in New York and one in Hong Kong.
I'll keep you posted .

Best regards to all
GLM

While I wish I could give you a million $, a million will have to do.

Man, watched that trailer, would have watched the whole thing right now.

Please do update this thread when its available...
post #34 of 79
Thanks for posting Gianluca. Please keep us posted on the NY screening.
post #35 of 79
O'Mast:

http://blogs.wsj.com/scene/2011/06/0...EYWORDS=naples

I assume the HK store in question is none other than The Armoury.
post #36 of 79
I have an interview with Gianluca, the director, and have to say, I think it's quite good. It will be published at Put This On hopefully in the next week or two.
post #37 of 79
I'd be happy to be a part of the fund raising effort. How much does he need?
post #38 of 79
The trailer definitely caught my attention. I'm anxiously looking forward to the full feature.
post #39 of 79
I'm really looking forward to the release.
post #40 of 79
While we're all waiting for Gianluca's film to be released, here is a visual rendition of a story from my family's tailoring tradition. I think you'll find it almost as inspiring as the story of the Neapolitan tradition.

> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fpX47QJmu2s
post #41 of 79
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post #42 of 79
Oy 'mast.
post #43 of 79
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While we're all waiting for Gianluca's film to be released, here is a visual rendition of a story from my family's tailoring tradition. I think you'll find it almost as inspiring as the story of the Neopolitan tradition. > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fpX47QJmu2s
post #44 of 79
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Oy 'mast.

Perfection.
post #45 of 79
Any updates on this being released?
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