Italian actor Mattia Carrano is coming to Sarajevo today, and during the OFF Festival, there are 19 screenings planned.
The 15th Telemach Youth Film Festival Sarajevo is slowly approaching its conclusion. After a series of music events and dozens of film screenings, the Festival is gradually coming to an end. Tomorrow, at 9 PM, the award ceremony will take place, followed by a concert by the band Letu Štuke.
At 9:00 PM, the film "The Lost Boys" will be screened at the Poli Open Air Gimnazija cinema.
Starting from 2:00 PM at the Youth Theatre, visitors can watch a series of short films within the program "OFF Generation Shorts," followed by an audience talk with members of the film crews.
At 12:00 PM, there is a meet-and-greet scheduled with the audience and the team behind the film "The Lost Boys" at the Youth Theatre.
Although all the OFF programs have seen significant interest, visitors are especially looking forward to the special guest of the Festival, the young and celebrated Italian actor, who is arriving in Sarajevo today.
Mattia Carrano will be one of the special guests at the 15th Telemach Youth Film Festival Sarajevo, and he will receive the Festival's ring for Best New Appearance at the award ceremony.
At 22 years old, Mattia Carrano starred in the first season of Amazon's series "Prisma," which has already garnered millions of views. He was previously known to the public as a young and successful athlete, but now, his future in the world of acting is guaranteed.
"Prisma" is an eight-episode drama for both young and adult audiences, focusing on the complex relationship between identity, aspirations, physical appearance, and sexual orientation within a group of teenagers in Latina, a town near Rome.