This film would not be what it is without the passionate work of all the people who have worked on it
As a director, producer, and cinematographer, Filippo Piscopo intersects his true passion for storytelling with impactful camerawork.
Inspired by content that resonates with diverse audiences, Filippo has crafted engaging stories with universal implications that were featured and won prizes at international film events ...
Filmmaker with a cause and indie producer Niccolò Bruna filmed in more than 30 countries, telling stories on the Ebola epidemic in Sierra Leone, the human trafficking in Nigeria, the asbestos health hazards in Brazil and India, and women’s conditions in Ethiopia.
Mark Becker co-directed and edited the documentary ART AND CRAFT (2014, Oscilloscope Laboratories), which was shortlisted for the 2015 Academy Awards, nominated for an Emmy Award, and won recognition with the National Board of Review. He produced, directed and edited ROMANTICO (2005, Kino International), which was nominated for the Grand Jury Prize at Sundance ...
Laure Sullivan is a Film Editor, Story Consultant and Filmmaker based in Brooklyn, New York. She has worked on feature docs, narratives, and in television. Her editing debut was, Listen Up! The Lives of Quincy Jones. She has worked with directors David Shapiro, Michael Moore, Josh Fox, Mira Nair, Gaylen Ross and others.
Matthew Rohde is a classical guitarist, educator, and composer. As a soloist he has performed on four continents and in such venues as El Palacio de Bellas Artes (Mexico City), La Casa de la Música (Quito), and Il Palazzo Chigiana (Siena). He has also performed alongside such luminaries as Grammy-nominated pianist Clarice Assad, recorderist Horacio Franco, and violinist Owen Dalby.
Andrew Byrne is composer for film, art installations, contemporary dance, and the concert hall whose work has been described as “beautifully constructed, tautly focused music” (Fanfare Magazine) and “a delirious swoon: somehow lush and minimal, soothing and ominous” (Studio 360, WNYC Radio).
MARCELO DE OLIVEIRA
An alumni of Werner Herzog’s Rogue Film School and Edinburgh College of Art film program Marcelo places sound at the forefront of the storytelling process. He questions how sound can help shape the narrative of what the audience sees and how it influences how it feels.
Based in southern Italy, LAGO FILM is an independent production company founded by Alessandro Gordano, Nicola Labate, Francesco Mollo, and Francesco Policicchio. Over the years, LAGO FILM has supported the work of young filmmakers, it has lent creative and logistical support to international productions filming in Calabria ...
IT WILL BE CHAOS - CREDITS
directed and produced by LORENA LUCIANO, FILIPPO PISCOPO
In Order of Appearance
DOMENICO and RAFFAELE COLAPINTO
WAEL, DOHA, SIMA, SIDRAH, HUMAM, HUSAM ORFAHLI
HADI and TAESYR ORFAHLI
LEEN and BATOUL S. TAYEM
executive producer for HBO
MARCELO DE OLIVEIRA
Sound editor/Re-Recording Mixer
MAHMOUD ABDEL RAHMAN
Local Fixer Greece
Field Producer Riace
Field Producer Southern Italy
Field Producer Libya
JASMINE EL SENUSSI
Field Producer Sweden
Music by Andrew Byrne
DAVID SHIVELY, Percussion
Striking for String Quartet and Chopsticks
ESTHER NOH & PALA GARCIA, Violins
ERIN WRIGHT, Viola
ALEX WATERMAN, Cello
Music by Matthew Rohde
MARA TAMAYO, Harp
RODRIGO DUARTE, Cello
MATTHEW ROHDE, Guitar and Charango
recorded and mixed in Mexico City by CARLOS MILLÁN C.