"BOCCE GAMES", part one of a trilogy, follows the story of Frankie and Julia as they try to balance true love while growing up in a violent and perilous world of the Italian Mafia. The romance between Frankie and Julia leaps off the page and sets this piece apart from other mafia films. The family dynamic is rich, dangerous and loving in its own way and allows the seductive world of Italy to shine. Themes of independence, family, loss of innocence, and love permeate the script and create a most fulfilling experience.
Bianca Biagioni moved to Los Angeles six years ago where she has since worn many hats in the entertainment field. She assistant directed on the short film "Grasshopper"
The La Femme International Film Festival, taking place Oct. 13 - Oct. 16, is one of Los Angeles' most prestigious annual entertainment industry event dedicated to showcasing motion pictures that have been written, produced, or directed by women. Now in its 11th year, the festival has gained notoriety from around the world as a wonderful launching pad for an aspiring new crop of female artists. La Femme International Film Festival is on the radar with A-List actors and film veterans as well as industry decision-makers. Past honorees have included Tippi Hedren, Rosanna Arquette, Diablo Cody, Sara Gilbert, Vivica A. Fox, and many others. The winners will be announced at the Awards Ceremony on October 16th at the Renberg Theatre in Hollywood, CA.
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