SEE KNOW EVIL

by Charlie Curran
SEE KNOW EVIL

Informations

Nation: USA

Year: 2018

Length: 97'

36° TORINO FILM FESTIVAL

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Synopsis

Born to a family of prodigious fashion photographers with a terminally fatal disease, Davide Sorrenti sets out to document the youth revolution in mid-1990s New York City. Davide’s untimely death would end an era in the fashion world that would be forever remembered as “Heroin Chic.” His work has been hidden from the public eye until now.

Director

Charlie Curran

Charlie Curran

Charles Curran (USA) is a New York-based filmmaker with a focus on the intersection between avant culture and contemporary storytelling. He began See Know Evil as a student at the Savannah College of Art and Design, where he graduated in 2013, and has made videos for creative companies including Telfar, MADE Fashion Week, New York Fashion Week, Nike, Intel, Culture Sport, and Dis Magazine.

Filmography:
See Know Evil (2018).

Cast and Credits

regia/director
Charlie Curran
fotografia/cinematography
Rosario Edwards, Nikita Carpenter, Eric Dickinson
montaggio/film editing
Charlie Curran, Thomas Niles
musica/music
Fred Warmsley
interpreti/cast
Francesca Sorrenti, Chris Brenner, David Lipman, Milla Jovovich, Havana Laffitte, Mario Sorrenti, Vanina Sorrenti, Victoria Bartlett, Richard Pandiscio, Richie Akiva, Shawn Regreto, Justin Salguero, Matt Lenski, Alex Burns
produttori/producers
Charlie Curran, Mark Vadik, Traci Carlson, Richard Peete
produzione/production
M2M

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contatti/contacts
M2M
Pria Balasuriya
[email protected]
https://m2m.tv

Director statement

“I remember being awestruck when I saw Davide’s work for the first time. He was my age and already creating images with an effortless confidence. When I learned Davide suffered from a rare anemia and likely would not live past his early twenties, I realized it was the raw urgency in his photography that spoke to me. I knew I wanted to tell Davide’s story, and fortunately the Sorrenti family graciously welcomed the project. All these years, and a film later, Davide’s story still speaks to a time and place. He was a boy coming to terms with his own mortality while fearlessly documenting his experience in the world.”

Synopsis Learn more

Born to a family of prodigious fashion photographers with a terminally fatal disease, Davide Sorrenti sets out to document the youth revolution in mid-1990s New York City. Davide’s untimely death would end an era in the fashion world that would be forever remembered as “Heroin Chic.” His work has been hidden from the public eye until now.

Director All about direction

Charlie Curran

Charlie Curran

Charles Curran (USA) is a New York-based filmmaker with a focus on the intersection between avant culture and contemporary storytelling. He began See Know Evil as a student at the Savannah College of Art and Design, where he graduated in 2013, and has made videos for creative companies including Telfar, MADE Fashion Week, New York Fashion Week, Nike, Intel, Culture Sport, and Dis Magazine.

Filmography:
See Know Evil (2018).

Cast and Credits Discover the cast of the film

regia/director
Charlie Curran
fotografia/cinematography
Rosario Edwards, Nikita Carpenter, Eric Dickinson
montaggio/film editing
Charlie Curran, Thomas Niles
musica/music
Fred Warmsley
interpreti/cast
Francesca Sorrenti, Chris Brenner, David Lipman, Milla Jovovich, Havana Laffitte, Mario Sorrenti, Vanina Sorrenti, Victoria Bartlett, Richard Pandiscio, Richie Akiva, Shawn Regreto, Justin Salguero, Matt Lenski, Alex Burns
produttori/producers
Charlie Curran, Mark Vadik, Traci Carlson, Richard Peete
produzione/production
M2M

**
contatti/contacts
M2M
Pria Balasuriya
[email protected]
https://m2m.tv

Director statement Read more

“I remember being awestruck when I saw Davide’s work for the first time. He was my age and already creating images with an effortless confidence. When I learned Davide suffered from a rare anemia and likely would not live past his early twenties, I realized it was the raw urgency in his photography that spoke to me. I knew I wanted to tell Davide’s story, and fortunately the Sorrenti family graciously welcomed the project. All these years, and a film later, Davide’s story still speaks to a time and place. He was a boy coming to terms with his own mortality while fearlessly documenting his experience in the world.”