Considered among the most beautiful villages in Italy, facing the homonymous island, Orta was chosen by Production (Personal Reporter) for the first short film of High Fashion Designer Roxana Pansino.
The first film was shot at Orta in 1914 for the silent film “Jvna, the Gang’s Pearl”, shot in the Moorish Villa, today Hotel Villa Crespi, but was also chosen for “The Corrispondence” by master Giuseppe Tornatore, Oscar Award.
Small detail, the characteristic boat wanted and used by Tornatore is the same that we find in the short film “Brunilde” in the last scene. There were so many high-quality movies, such as the Italian Docu-Video, Rsi (Italian), German and English networks, as well as a number of commercials of various kinds.
It was simple, then, by Stylist Roxana Pansino, to accept the invitation of production, then backed by the local government that sponsored the whole event.
At Regia we find a professional who has been working for the media and video industry for many years, Riccardo “Rico” Reina, resident in another beautiful city nearby, Arona, located on the shores of Lake Maggiore (Lake Orta ne was connected) and therefore knowledgeable expert of the site.
Unique and beautiful locations have contributed greatly to creating a fascinating, romantic and fascinating story, as are each of the dresses in the collection.
In this first short film (there are many more in many suggestive locations), the protagonist is wearing the Brunilde High Fashion Dress with a silk cloqué skirt and silver jewelery made exclusively by Roxana Pansino. The imperial neckline, the left sleeve made up of a gold jewel, diamonds and blue drop earrings with earrings. Made entirely in Italy.
The short film will be released in the coming weeks at all International Film Festivals, national and local TV shows, but also to all media in the fashion and luxury sectors.
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Credits: Riccardo “Rico” Reina