The New Faces of Italian Cinema

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Rosabell Laurenti Sellers

The New Faces of Italian Cinema
3 Italian Actresses to Keep an Eye On

Celebrating the airing of the contemporary Italian production School is Over, Eurochannel has selected some of the new faces of Italian acting. They’re young, talented, and will headline the news in the years to come.

Rosabell Laurenti Sellers

Best known for her role as Tyene Sand in the TV series, Game of Thrones, Rosabell is one of the most popular new faces of Italian cinema. Born in Naples, this Italian-American talent moved to California at a very early age, grew up in New York, and returned to Italy as an adult.

Rosabell’s career started at age eight in theatre, when she and her brother had the roles  of the children of Medea in the production of the theater company, La Mama. The production toured some European countries and she took part in TV and film creations like Medicina generale and Mi Ricordo Anna Frank. In 2010, Sellers played the daughter of Kathryn Bolkovac (Rachel Weisz) in the award-winning film, The Whistleblower. In 2015, she joined the cast of the TV series, Game of Thrones, in Season 5 as Tyene Sand.

Sara Serraiocco

Sara Serraiocco’s talent has been seen in film, stage and television. Born in Pescara, from a young age, Sara developed a passion for dance and cinema. She moved to Rome where he attended the Experimental Cinema Centre. After many auditions for television and cinema productions, her first appearance came in an episode of the TV series R.I.S. Roma - Imperfect Crimes. In 2014, Sara was chosen by director Liliana Cavani to play the role of Clare of Assisi in the miniseries, Francesco.

In 2015, Sara got the lead role in Cloro, directed by Lamberto Sanfelice, and presented in official competition at the Sundance Film Festival and the 65th Berlinale's Generation section. For this role, she earned a nomination as best actress for the 2015 Golden Globes.

Silvia D’amico

Born in Roma in 1986, Silvia D’amico is one of the most beloved actresses in modern-day Italy. With credits in over ten cinema and television productions, she’s already a diva in her early 30s. Silvia graduated from the Academy of Dramatic Art Silvio D'Amico National in 2009, and after working in theater, made her film debut in Giuseppe Piccioni’s The Red and the Blue in 2012.

Silvia rose to prominence thanks to her performance in the ensemble comedy Fino a qui tutto bene, for which she received a special mention by the National Union of Italian Film Journalists.

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