Watch the new trailer for acclaimed cinematographer Svetlana Cvetko’s directorial debut, Show Me What You Got. Starring the up-and-coming actors Cristina Rambaldi and Neyssan Falah, Show Me What You Got was awarded the Grand Jury prize Best Film at the Taormina International Film Festival and will make its North American premiere at the Mill Valley Film Festival in October. Storyboard Media is representing the global rights to the film
Trailer for Show Me What You Got, which marks acclaimed cinematographer Svetlana Cvetko’s directorial debut. Show Me What You Got was awarded the Grand Jury prize Best Film by jury chairman Oliver Stone at the Taormina International Film Festival in July 2019 and will be making its North American premiere at the Mill Valley Film Festival in October.
Produced by Nikolay Sarkisov and David Scott Smith, with lauded director Phillip Noyce (The Giver, Salt) and Sergey Sarkisov Executive Producing. Elisabeth Costa de Beauregard’s Storyboard Media is representing the global rights to the film.
In a richly filmed black-and-white, three late-twentysomethings come together to create a wholehearted ménage à trois in this playfully erotic tale that sparks with the restless energy of the French New Wave. Each member of the threesome is in transition: fun-loving Marcello from under the thumb of his Italian soap star father, soulful French-Iranian actor Nassim toward a more fulfilling career, and artist Christine through the grief following the death of her grandfather. But the frolicsome trio finds joy and release together—until a trip to Italy threatens their relationship’s delicate balance.
Stars up-and-comers Cristina Rambaldi, Neyssan Falahi and introducing Mattia Minasi and is based on a script penned by Cvetko and Smith.
Cvetko is a renowned cinematographer whose visual talent has been displayed in several critically acclaimed documentaries, including OSCAR® Winner Inside Job, OSCAR® Nominated Facing Fear, the Cannes Official Selection Red Army, and the Sundance US Documentary Special Jury Prize Winning Inequality for All.