FILMS & FESTIVAL in Maratea



Maratea. a natural movie set


Maratea since the early sixties was the natural set for some films of Italian comedy and other genres. 

Among the films shot in Maratea stands out for its success "Basilicata Coast to Coast" directed by and starring a Lucanian, Rocco Papaleo.
The great spectacle of natural environments and human work did choose Maratea as a location as well as long- and short films for various commercials and television dramas.


MARATEA FILM FESTIVAL


Since 2009 the 'MARATEA FESTIVAL ASSOCIATION operates in Maratea to arrange Maratea Film Festival, with the aim of bringing Maratea, through cinema, the center of the "square" Italian and international culture.
Every year a week of screenings, premieres, debates and award ceremonies.
In the the latest news on this year.

Ciak,si gira... i Film girati a Maratea 

Le produzioni cinematografiche con Maratea come location con scheda tecnica dei film, attori e trame 

A PORTE CHIUSE

Anita Ekberg è l'attrice protagonista del film con la regia di Dino Risi (1961)

LA VEDOVELLA

con Aroldo Tieri, Margaret Lee e Peppino De Filippo, regia di S. Siano (1964)

OGNI LASCIATO E' PERSO

Piero Chiambretti dirige se stesso, con A. Catania e Felice Andreasi (2000)

BASILICATA COAST TO COAST

Roccco Papaleo al suo debutto da regista , con Gasmann, Gazzè, Mezzogiorno(2010)

CRUEL TANGO

Un noir ambientato in Val D'Agri e a Maratea, di Salvatore Metastasio (2012)

TRE TOCCHI

Diretto da Marco Risi: storia della squadra di calcio fondata da Pier Paolo Pasolini. (2014)

USTICA

Diretto da Marco Risi: storia della squadra di calcio fondata da Pier Paolo Pasolini. (2014)

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This page does not pretend to be exhaustive to present all the cinematographic or television works that interest Maratea.
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QUANTUM OF SOLACE
Erroneously, some scenes from the movie QUANTUM OF SOLACE with James Bond are attributed to Maratea; in fact Maratea as a location is not mentioned in the credits of the film while it is present in the presentation form on the site of James Bond.
Probably the error derives from the fact that some areas of Maratea were subject to inspection by the production of the film for the chase scenes but later were not selected for the actual shot.