Two Countries (UK and Italy), two regions (East Midlands and Tuscany), two cities (Nottingham and Siena), two popular heroes (Robin Hood and Ghino di Tacco) and one project: “The Ghost Bus”. As already announced, after the great welcome in Beeston (last March 2015), the amazing project by Roberto Alborghetti, Bartons Plc and Act Group will land to Tuscany (24-25 October) for the Italian premiere of the short film dedicated to the old bus kept in Bartons vintage car and buses depot in Beeston. In these days, English and Italian press are dedicating great articles to this event which is goin’ to be one of the most waited in Tuscany for the next Fall season.
Thanks to Act Group, his Founder Marysia Zipser and Corymbus Tour Operator, is expected from the UK the arrival of a group of visitors who will tour the main centers of Tuscany, from Florence to Siena, makin’ a stop on the enchanting Monte Amiata to participate to the events promoted, for the presentation of the short film, in collaboration with Piancastagnaio Major, Luigi Vangaggini, the Municipality and Osa Onlus and his Founder Nicola Cirocco. More details of the program will come in the next weeks.
For the occasion, Roberto Alborghetti and Mitrani Yarden, talented fashion designer and artist, will present an “haut couture” creation dedicated to one of the pictures from “The Ghost Bus”, and they will also be announcing an upcoming project dedicated to art, fashion, design and communication. The short film premiere will be also the main event of the 17 th Edition of the National School Journals and Videos Award.
In the photos (above): the articles about the Italian premiere of “The Ghost Bus” and the Act Tour in Tuscany. They were published by The Nottingham Post and Corriere di Siena.