Wes Anderson presents… Castello Cavalcanti

Apologies for the brevity of this blog - we're on deadlines - but I thought I'd share this, a new seven minute short film from Wes Anderson.

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Apologies for the brevity of this blog – we’re on deadlines – but I thought I’d share this, a new seven minute short film from Wes Anderson.

It’s released as part of the Prada Presents… strand, which kicked off last year with Roman Polanski‘s A Therapy. Castello Cavalcanti finds Jason Schwartzman in 1950s Italy playing a race car driver who crashes his car into a Jesus sculpture in a small town called – of course – Castella Cavalcanti.

It’s a nice little appetizer while we wait for the main feast – Anderson’s next full-length film, The Grand Budapest Hotel, which is due here in March next year.




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