A short film “God’s Got His Head in the Clouds” directed by Gianluca Sodaro, co-produced by Kęstutis Drazdauskas (“Artbox”) and shot by one of the best Lithuanian cinematographer Ramūnas Greičius, continues its successful journey through the various film festivals of the world.
So far, the film was shown in more than 25 film festivals in Europe, USA, Australia and Asia. In the “Byron Bay International Film Festival” “God’s Got His Head in the Clouds” got an award for the best cinematography and in the “Rome Creative Contest Festival” it was nominated for its music composed by Angelo Badalamenti.
Not too long ago “God’s Got His Head in the Clouds” won another prestigious award – USA “Gasparilla International Film Festival” awarded Gianluca Sodaro (Director, producer and screenwriter) with the “Grand Jury Prize.”
“God’s Got His Head in the Clouds” is a story about a local priest (Franco Pistoni), who is kneeling in prayer in a small country chapel. He is alone until he turns around to find 11-year-old Angelina (Silvia Sodaro) standing behind him. She has an inquisitive look in her eyes. Who is this little girl? Why is she there?
Gianluco Sodaro’s film was already shown in the theatres of Lithuania and it was nominated for the “Best short film of the year” by the prestigious film awards ceremony in Lithuania - Silver Crane 2013.
The director is continuing his cooperation with Lithuanian film makers and his new feature film “Solo” (“Artbox”) will be made with an assistance of “Lithuanian film centre.”