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«Elementary, my Dear Cthulhu». Sara stole an archeological find, “The Magenta eye”. When she realizes the stone has supernatural power, the only man who can help her is a mystery consultant who believes to be Sherlock Holmes.

  • Gabriele Tacchi
  • Irene Scialanca
  • Gabriele Tacchi
  • Gabriele Tacchi
  • Ruggero Altair Tacchi
  • Valentina Greco
    Key Cast
  • Gianfranco Miranda
    Key Cast
    "Sherlock Holmes"
  • Alessandro Budroni
    Key Cast
    "John Watson"
  • Alessandro Mignacca
    Director of Photography
  • Domenico Latronico
    Art Direction
  • Filippo Stefanelli
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    12 minutes
  • Completion Date:
    January 1, 2020
  • Production Budget:
    12,000 USD
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  • Los Angeles Film Awards
    Los Angeles
    United States
    Best Pilot / TV Series and Honorable Mansion Indie Film
  • Festigious Film Awards
    Los Angeles
    United States
    Best Pilot / Web Series
  • Florence Film Awards
    Florence (Firenze)
    Best Pilot Web / TV Series
  • Oniros Film Awards®
    Best Web series/Pilot - Best Actor to Gianfranco Miranda - Best Props and Scenography to Domenico Latronico
  • Crown Wood International Film Festival
    Best Web Series
  • Best Actor Awards
    New York
    United States
    Best Actor to Gianfranco Miranda
  • Assurdo Film Festival
    Cinisello Balsamo
    Best Actor to Gianfranco Miranda
  • Košice International Monthly Film Festival
    Best VFX to Gabriele Tacchi
Director Biography - Gabriele Tacchi

Gabriele was born and raised in Rome, the city where he received his main cinematographic, theatrical, and professional training with a degree in cinema studies at the DAMS - Roma TRE university with a thesis on the use of colors in M. Night Shyamalan’s picture “The Village”. He also studied Anthropological Theater and Commedia dell'Arte at the Ygramul Group of Rome. He eventually specialized as a voice actor.
As a video experimenter, he perfectionated his film training at USC - School of Cinematic Arts in Los Angeles with a 16mm filmmaking program.
Gabriele mainly works as an actor and voice actor, and at the same time he directs his own shows and video projects. Avid entertainment-event organizer, he is passionate about fiction, comics, and storytelling games.

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Director Statement

I have always been passionate about storytelling, comics, games, and fiction in general. Since I was young I have been attending gaming and comics events. I have always enjoyed the idea that all those fantastic realities, from superheroes to fantasy characters, droids, and pirates, could all live together at these events. Miss Marple and Jack Sparrow entering a fantasy dungeon welcomed by a Terminator, all accompanied by Link's ocarina. It has These ideas have generated infinite possibilities in my mind, creating a "multiverse" of narratives and characters. In role-playing games I was always able to experience strange or funny cross-overs: what would happen if a group of fantasy adventurers ended up at the Queen's court having tea?! Okay, Mark Twain already thought about it. The point is that as creators of stories and myths, we have always had the need to bring together more realities, sometimes more camouflaged, sometimes more explicit, to introduce new paradoxes and conflicts, to create doubts, new morals, and new solutions. We need motivation to create. Neil Gaiman, with his "A study in Emerald" immediately fascinated me. He brought together Sherlock Holmes and the Myths of Cthulhu, just as Alan Moore created "The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen". The examples are endless.
As a storyteller I don't aim at mimicking the beautiful worlds of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and H.P. Lovecraft, but to honor them, using their ideas to create new ones. To quote Mark Twain, "a person with a new idea is a crank until the idea succeeds.''