NOVEL: TREEHOUSE, by Nicolo’ Emanuele Passaro

TITLE: TREEHOUSE ​

WRITTEN BY; NICOLO’ EMANUELE PASSARO ​

LOGLINE: Joe and his five friends have been gathering since they were children in his tree house to tell their daily stories and to share their emotions, problems and hopes for the future. It is the symbolic refuge of their friendship. One day, so, this bond is broken by an epidemic that will upset their lives, forcing Joe to remain alone in their home and to endure the quarantine with great willpower. All guys will gradually meet again all together; little by little the quarantine will bring each one of them to a self-growth confrontation that will influence, for better or for worse, their historical relationship. ​

GENRE: NOVEL (Comedy-Drama) ​

TV SHOW: MY WEDDING DAY, by Nicolo’ Emanuele Passaro

TITLE: MY WEDDING DAY ​
WRITTEN BY; NICOLO’ EMANUELE PASSARO ​

LOGLINE: One evening, a young man is shocked to see the girl he’s always loved that she accepted a marriage proposal from his boyfriend. So, he doesn’t give up and ’cause a year before they get married and will try to change the girl’s mind before the fateful day. Each episode analyzes a fundamental aspect of the couple, of marriage, of love and how Milenians live and interpret it actually (“The……. Day”) is the title opening of each episode), becoming deeper and deeper in themes its present. Will the young man achive his final goal? ​

GENRE: TV SERIES (Comedy-Drama) ​

Feature Script: LACK OUT, by Nicolo’ Emanuele Passaro

TITLE: LACK OUT ​
WRITTEN BY: NICOLO’ EMANUELE PASSARO ​

LOGLINE: Art is a powerful tool that makes people dream or is able to destroy them. Mike’s story shows it fully; he didn’t have a happy adolescence: his parents’ violent divorce, a narcissistic and possessive girlfriend and few friends who really understand him. His willingness not to give up and Writing as his only true life companion has saved him and gave him an opportunity for redemption, but also, a tragic revenge against his past. What’s the real power of Art and Its implication into our real everyday life?​

GENRE: FILM (Satire-Drama) ​