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An Interview with Tiziano Cella, Director of Red Net

by Mike Haberfelner

August 2016

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Your new movie Red Net - in a few words, what is it about?


It is about terrorism. How effective can terrorizing people be and what people are capable of when they believe in some ideals. 


What were your sources of inspiration when writing Red Net?


The situation we are living in now - anytime anywhere we can die, killed by a kamikaze from a big organization or just by a fanatic or a mad man. And for what?


Of the three main characters in Red Net, who do you identify with the most, actually, and who was the most fun to write?


I identify myself withthe camera man, because I've watching terrorism for several years, but I'm doing nothing to prevent it, like most people.

The most fun character to write was Michelle, create her madness and tortures was very imaginative.


What can you tell us about your writing partner David White, and what was your collaboration like?


David is an awesome partner because he loves what he does, same as me. We start writing Red Net with a lot of doubts, because it is not easy to write an interlacing story without making big mistakes and on a very low budget, too.


Red Net conisists mostly of long continuous takes - what was the idea behind that, and what were the challenges filming that way?


I wanted to make the story as real as possible and the found footage style was the right choice but at the same time there were many challenges in shooting 15 or 20 minutes of continuous takes. Anyway I had a wonderful cast, They studied for a long time and we did a lot of rehearsals. At the same time I had to coordinate every camera movement with the characters acting. It was very tough but we did it J


Red Net is reduced to only a handful by themselves not very interesting locations - so what were the advantages and challenges here?


Well, I think that if you kidnap a man and you tie him to a chair for a long time to question him and torture him you need an abandoned and isolated or place where nobody can hear you or find you. So I designed the set thinking about it. Shooting the movie in beautiful and too lived-in locations could ruin the atmosphere.


What can you tell us about your overall directorial approach to your story at hand?


Well that was complicated, you need the right location, you need the right actors, and the script must fit with the location and characters. It is like a puzzle, you have to find the right way to start composing it and piece by piece the picture comes to life J


Do talk about your cast, and why exactly these people?


Because they are all vey well experienced actors, because they work with a lot of passion first of all and because they collaborate with everybody on the set giving ideas and suggestions to improve the final results. They care about the movie. They love teamwork in a few words.


What can you tell us about the shoot as such, and the on-set atmosphere?


Set atmosphere was very frantic because we had very little time for shooting and every take was very long and tiresome. We had to be very concentrated all the time. But nobody was nervous or hysterical. And before and after each take or during the lunch we had a lot of fun because it is important to relax and laugh sometimes on set, in particular when you need to shoot 15/20 minute takess without making a single mistake.


The $64 question of course, when and where will your film be released onto the general public?


To be honest I don't know yet when Red Net will be released because I've just finished post production and I'm still talking about it with distributors. Anyway I can tell you that in August Red Net is going to The Indie Gathering International Film Festival as one of the award winning films of 2016 in the category suspense-thriller in Ohio, so that's a good event where people can watch it and follow the festival of course.


Any future projects you'd like to share?


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Yes, I'm planning a new movie but for now it's just a draft and it's a long way to make this new film a reality, so we have to stay in touch ;)


Your/your movie's website, Facebook, whatever else?


Website will be available at the end of August at, but people can follow Red Net for now on Twitter or Facebook and IMDb


Anything else you're dying to mention and I have merely forgotten to ask?


I don't think so, your interview is really detailed J


Thanks for the interview!


Thanks to you J


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