Campania film festival
Salvatore Esposito presented his “Eclipse of blood, a new investigation of the shaman”, published by Sperling & Kupfer. His second book (after The Shaman) is also an opportunity to talk and talk about past experiences and future projects. Like making his debut as a director, perhaps by putting the pages of his books on the screen.
The passion for travel, the support he always had from his family and then the curiosity for the esoteric world and other religions were among the topics that enthralled the public present in the Hercules hall of Palazzo Reale. The book symbolizes a starting point, a foundation from which to draw a film. Giving color to what is placed in black and white: this is what Salvatore Esposito intends to do, carrying forward a project of which he is the creator, writer, screenwriter, protagonist and director.
The debut in writing, consequently, could also mean the debut in directing The journalist Giovanni Chianelli and the bookseller Giancarlo Piacci conducted the presentation.
In the evening, the meeting born from the collaboration with the Campania Film Festival took place in Castel San Giorgio: “it was told, in an open-hearted dialogue, conducted by the journalist Salvatore De Napoli and the writer from Salerno Antonio Lanzetta, talking about his commitment as a writer, as an actor, but mainly as a son of a Naples that is often mistreated and not helped”. Castel San Giorgio “once again confirms itself as a center of culture and major events in the wake of the ‘Jean-Claude Izzo’ Noir Festival – declared the mayor Paola Lanzara -. And it is no coincidence that the event took place in the room that bears the name of the great Marseille writer, father of the Noir genre, son of an emigrant from San Giorgio, at Villa Calvanese.