Kinoglaz

 


- Stop Press


Diary of events

 

Films


Names


Film documentation

 

 

L'association kinoglaz.fr




Search with Google    


A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Titles and names in bold print contain more complete information
Actress
 
Born 1984, Italy
 
 

Irene MUSCARA

Ирене МУСКАРА
Irénée MUSCARA

Filmography (extracts)
 
Actress
2012 - Look at me (Посмотрите на меня) by Anna KOLCHINA [documentary, 40 mn]

Biography
Irene Muscara was born on February, 3, 1984, in Messina, Sicily. Since early ages, she found passion in acting, performing her first roles in the hall room of her family house. At her teens, she participated in shows of a school theater and got interested in the Russian theater tradition by Stanislavsky. Her interest was so strong, that when she was 22, she moved to Moscow, Russia, to study acting for cinema and theater in Russian State Theater Academy. Her first remarkable role in theater was during her student years "Mother" in a play inspired by J.S. Foer "Incredibly loud and extremely close" directed by A. Shlyapin, with which the troupe toured for LA, USA. Also there came out a play "The Invention of love" by Tom Stoppard directed by A. Kuzmin-Tarasov, where Irene took a role of "Professor Pattinson". When Tom Stoppard watched the play, he deeply appreciated the original interpretation of the character in bright performance of Irene. After graduating the Academy, in 2012 Irene inspired the production of the documentary film by Anna Kolchina "Look at me" about a life of a young Italian actress in Moscow. The film was awarded by "The Best Film" by the Documentary Film Festival in Saint Petersburg, then the film traveled to NY for Russian Documentary Film Festival at the Tribeca Cinemas and won the Special Jury prize. In 2013 Irene acted in the film "The Calculator" collaborating with Vinnie Jones. The same time she played the role of evil character "Producer Ornella" in historical drama TV-series "The Heritage" written by N. Nazarova and directed by A. Kasatkin. She continues playing roles in theater, staring Dmytry Krymov's "Three sisters" by A.Chekhov with a male role "Protopopov". In 2015 Irene invented a solo performance "Gate A 33" - in the center of the story stands a destiny of an old Russian woman waiting the flight at the NYC airport. This piece of work in 2016 took the award "The best actress" at the United Solo Festival in NYC.. \ик // http://www.imdb.com
 
Your remarks