Private Project

Ciao amore, ciao

A man's quiet routine is disrupted when he finds a stranger in his bathroom who seems to know him all too well. Between tense moments, humor and unexpected responses, this unique story explores the strange dynamics that take place when respect for others' spaces is disrespected.

  • Martin Basile
  • Martin Basile
  • Martin Basile
  • Luca De Angelis
    Key Cast
  • Vera Ingrid Canepa
    Key Cast
  • Leonardo Malaspina
    Production Assistant
  • Project Title (Original Language):
    Ciao amore, ciao
  • Project Type:
  • Runtime:
    4 minutes 10 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    April 27, 2022
  • Production Budget:
    0 EUR
  • Country of Origin:
  • Country of Filming:
  • Language:
  • Shooting Format:
  • Aspect Ratio:
  • Film Color:
  • First-time Filmmaker:
  • Student Project:
Director Biography - Martin Basile

Martin Basile (born March 21 1992) is an award winning Italian film director, screenwriter, songwriter. His films mainly focus on themes related to ontology and the concept of reality, using the medium as a metaphor for experiencing life.

His latest works are:

-BPD (Short Film - 2021)
Winner for the best Horror Short and Best Sound Design at OTB Film Award

- Favourite (Music video - 2021)
Winner for the best screenplay at Reale Film Festival

- Times Left (Short Film - 2020)
Winner for the best male director at OTB Film Award
Nominated by Ian Anderson (Jethro Tull) for the best original soundtrack at The 48 Hour Film Project Italy

- Zeno's Paradox (Short Film - 2020)
Winner of the prize for Best Low Budget Short at Short to The Point
Winner of Best Short Film at Platonic Film Competition 2021

- ALEXIA (Short Film - 2019)
Written and produced in 72 hours, awarded by La 72esima ora Film Festival (Italy) and GENERIcamente umani film festival (Italy)

- Filmmaking kills (Short Film - 2017)
Winner of the Video Voyagers prize at Trofeo La Lanterna, finalist at Sapienza Short Film Festival (Italy), Milano Mobile Film Festival (Italy) and Cefalù Film Festival (Italy). Also nominated for best male actor (Martin Basile), best original soundtrack, best screenplay.

As a songwriter Martin Basile wrote and produced many albums ("All You Can Eat", "Solitunes", "Kalokagathia"...) He also won several Italian prizes, such as the Emanuela Pedulà Prize in 2016, the Toscana Selection Prize in 2015 and the Sotto Toni Prize in 2014.

Add Director Biography