“The Red Stain” premiered in front of a packed audience, in the latest edition of Sundance Film Festival. It is the first Branded Content for Francis Ford Coppola Winery, written and directed by Rodrigo Saavedra, produced by LANDIA in association with The Directors Bureau and Think Catleya.
Celebrated since 1978, Sundance is the largest independent film festival in the United States, legitimizing great figures throughout its history and becoming an icon of industry.
“The Red Stain” a.k.a “La Macchia Rossa” is a 10-minute film set in Italy, that follows a longtime married couple with a dry-cleaning business as they swap sensational stories to explain a mysterious red-wine stain on the garment of their handsome young customer, Billy.
Accomplished filmmaker and entrepreneur Roman Coppola helped select the young Brazilian director, who he felt really captured the essence of the Coppola brand.
WATCH THE SHORT FILM HERE!