Arthur & Diana are siblings. Together with Diana’s two-year-old son, they leave Berlin for Paris for a short, relaxed trip for the required annual safety inspection of their rusty old Renault. But the journey won’t be relaxed, the direction won’t be Paris and whether the car will go along is definitely questionable. After an encounter with the police, an antagonistic stop at their mother’s place, an overly sensual party, a flat tire, a funeral, and repeated tumultuous car conversations, they will end up all the way down in Italy, with a few more friends and hopes than they had left with.
She was born in an Italian family in Paris, France, in 1988. Since her early childhood she participated in numerous film and theatre projects. In 2011 she finished her master’s degree in film, for which she studied in France, Italy and the USA. She has lived and worked in Berlin since then, where she studied directing at the Deutsche Film- und Fernsehakademie Berlin. After several short films and her mid-length ‘My Friends’ (2018), her first feature length film, ‘The Last to See Them’ (2019), celebrated its world premiere at the Berlinale. In 2020, she won the German cultural institution BKM’s Screenplay Grant for her project ‘A Safe Place’. ‘Arthur&Diana’ (2023) had it’s world premiere in the Discovery section of Toronto Film Festival.