“On one hand an image’s radical choice going back to noir cinema, on the other an excellent work about the cinema
language, which makes fun of spectator’s perception…..A well-done short.”
ALESSANDRO GRIECO, Head of Programming, COMEDY CENTRAL TV
“Funny and enjoyable film. The director uses a chinese boxes structure as a lively and intelligent vanishing game. The picture supports effectively the non-linear plot of the film”
VIDEO LAB FILM FESTIVAL JURY’S ANNOUNCEMENT for Best Direction Award
“The script of Ciao tesoro looks well structured and complete, moreover the screen-play is very well writed and perfectly makes clear the result it’ll want to get”.
ANGELO CAMBA, Direction and Production Tv-Fiction, RTI - MEDIASET Group
“A splendid piece of grotesque cinema, among reality and visionariness…Full of interesting ideas…Excellent bright-color photography ….Don’t miss it!”.
SONIA CINCINELLI, “FILMAKERS” Journalist
“ Ciao Tesoro of Amedeo Procopio, a refined plot of sex and love, heterosex and omosex”.
RICHARD GEKKO, Journalist and Blogger
“Exchange of part(ner)s’s ambiguous game.”
L’AQUILA INTERNATIONAL SHORT MOVIE FESTIVAL ‘S Press Release for Best Film Award
“Jury awards ”Ciao Tesoro” of Amedeo Procopio for ability to use cinematographic language in all its forms, for daring editing and acting direction”
LA GINESTRA D’ARGENTO FILM FESTIVAL JURY’S ANNOUNCEMENT for Jury Special Award
“Courses for all film jobs and a specific approach to digital production system are hallmarks of Cinelife, educational centre born at Milan in 1995 on Amedeo Procopio director’s initiative“
FILM NATIONAL SCHOOL Official Site, Rome, Sep. ‘02
“In Cinelife center, which puts togheter since some years a film professionals’s team, leading Amedeo Procopio, will start tomorrow 'Corto di Sera' filmfest, selection of italian shorts from festivals… ’but best shortfilms‘ said Procopio ‘are not always the festivals‘ winners…’”.
Alessandro Cattaneo – CORRIERE DELLA SERA newspaper, Milan, Jan. ’99
“You sure read about Cinelife in film courses’s page: pay attention, this isn’t a proper film school, in many respects it seems more a film production centre…”
PROVE APERTE magazine, May. ‘01
“We work in the order of film fiction" Procopio explained ”even if we don’t disdain producing documentaries, docufictions or quite musical works ’…”.
Rosario Mantero - MILLECANALI magazine, Apr. ‘03
“Besides Milan City Film School, in a few years’ time were opened new schools, some of these have now a sound experience. Most famous is Cinelife, which makes courses for all cinema jobs…and also proposes a Filmmaker course, for the “autonomouses” preferring to control all producing process.”
Luca Mosso – LA REPUBBLICA newspaper, Milan, Oct. ‘02
“Today is the Milano International Film Festival , shortfilms day; at Teatro delle Erbe, MIFF presents, in addition to French and Usa works, 4 shorts produced at Cinelife centre in last years…”
Giancarlo Grossini – CORRIERE DELLA SERA newspaper, Milan, Mar. ‘01
“For admission in Cinelife’s courses you don’t need particolar eligibility requirements, ‘except a deep interest to film language and techniques‘, as said Amedeo Procopio, film journalist and centre header”.
IL GIORNALE newspaper, Milan, Oct. ‘96