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Sunday, October 4, 2020

Filippo Meneghetti’s 'The Two of Us' is in the Virtual Cinema Line-up of the Hamptons International Film Festival

Filippo Meneghetti’s feature film debut, a French/Belgium production, will be available across the United States in the Hamptons International Film Festival’s Virtual Cinema, October 9 - 14. 

“Deux” (The Two of Us) follows two retired women living across the hall from each other. To the outside world, including Madeleine’s family, they are merely neighbors, but in reality the two have been carrying on a secret love affair for decades. When an unexpected incident intercedes in their previously blissful happiness, their carefully crafted story begins to unravel.  Click here to purchase tickets for the virtual screening. Click here to purchase tickets for a panel discussion on the challenges of contemporary filmmaking. Meneghetti will be on the panel along with three other filmmakers. 

Meneghetti was born in Italy in 1980 and studied Film Directing and Anthropology at the Sapienza University of Rome. In 2009, he made his documentary debut with “Maistrac: Lavorare in Cantiere.” Three years later, his short film “L'intruso,” won the Audience Award at the Angers Film Festival. "Deux" originally premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival as part of the Discovery program.

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