Luca Ciriello | Italy | 2020 | 60'
Idriss Koné, stage-name Birco Clinton, lives in an asbestos container in the eastern outskirts of Naples and has a dream: to become the king of “coupé décalé” (a musical genre from the Ivory Coast) in Europe. To achieve his goal, he has created the Armée rouge, a group of “warriors of entertainment”, who support and help him in organizing his concerts.
Idrissa Koné aka Birco Clinton, Adjoss de Milan, Commandant Fankelé
Parallelo 41 produzioni & Lunia Film
Simona Infante e Luca Ciriello
French, Djoula, Nouchi
Luca Ciriello (1988) is an Italian director, documentary-maker and producer. An Arts graduate, he founded the video production company “Lunia Film Srls” (of which he is a director) and studied film at the “Pigrecoemme Film School in Naples and at “Filmap – Atelier di Cinema del Reale” in Ponticelli (Naples). His first short documentary was Racconti dal Palavesuvio (Special Mention at the Lucania Film Festival and at the Festival dell’Isola di Roma “Mamma Roma”). In 2019 he worked with the crew of Francesco Lettieri for the music video clips of Liberato and the “Ultras” project. In 2020 he produced his first work, the historical short film Eroi Perduti, directed by Lorenzo Giroffi (presented at the RIFF in Rome), took part in the Giornate degli Autori (at the 77th Venice Film Festival) with the documentary Quaranta cavalli (Laguna Sud Prize) and in the 61st Festival dei Popoli with the documentary L’armée rouge (produced by Parallelo 41 and Lunia Film). He currently lives in Naples and speaks Italian, Spanish, English, French, Portuguese and Swahili.
2020 - L’armée rouge, ff (doc)
2020 - Quaranta cavalli, sf (doc)
2020 - Ponticelli Terra Buona, sf (doc)
2019 - Una Scuola a colori, sf
2019 - We Care, sf (doc)
2018 - Racconti dal Palavesuvio, sf (doc)
2018 - In-Sanity, sf