Enzo De Rosa is a wonderfully talented musician, pianist and composer with an innate sense of both the beautiful and the tragic, the nostalgic and the hopeful, lending to a deeply sensitive interpretation of the material at hand. In addition, he draws from a vast traditional repertoire that is perhaps only matched by his own uncompromising creativity coupled with an infectious joy of music and life.
Enzo De Rosa est un musicien de grand talent, à la fois pianiste et compositeur, qui possède un sens inné du beau et du tragique, de la nostalgie et de l’espoir, des qualités qui confèrent à ses interprétations musicales une belle sensibilité. Il puise son inspiration à un vaste répertoire qui n’a d’égal que son incomparable créativité.
All music in the films are original composition, arranged and performed by Enzo De Rosa
2020 - Rain Beau’s End (USA)
When a prominent and progressive lesbian couple adopts a child with a genetic predisposition for violence, they must contend with their hard-lined stance on acceptance as they struggle to raise their family in the spotlight.
2020 - Reflection (Canada))
In My Brother's Shoes,
2017 - Frances Xavier Cabrini: The People's Saint (Usa)
The film explores the environment and deep spirituality that shaped Mother Cabrini – the Patron Saint of Immigrants and Hospital Administrators -- in honor of the Centenary of her passing. It reintroduces audiences to the first American citizen saint and addresses her relevance today for refugees and immigrants around the world. Mother Cabrini -- despite frail health and a fear of water -- crossed the ocean many times to administer to the poor, the sick and children and established schools, hospitals, and safe havens across Europe and the Americas.
2016 - One Year Later (Usa)
a new film by Lucia Mauro, tells the story of an American woman, recently recovered from a serious illness, who learns to savor the essence of life through a cathartic trip to the Italian Alps. Liz, a dedicated teacher of comparative literature, struggles with her post-cancer life and changing priorities. Despite her husband’s well-meaning over-protectiveness, she takes a trip with their friends – an American couple living in Milan – to Italy. When her friends assume the role of worried caregivers and suffocate her with a jam-packed itinerary, she escapes to the Alps to find her space. Here, Liz is able to reassert her independence. She learns to go forward, and return to her family, with a renewed sense of self -- free of compliance, guilt and obligation.
2016 - Composure (England)
Director: Sam Marples
is a short film about a young girl who's dream it is to perform at a school concert, but her anxiety, pressure and loss of her parents overwhelms her and freezes on stage. The film follows her story as she gets another chance to perform.
2016 - Do ut Des (Italy)
Director: Valentina Tomada
ll cortometraggio "Do Ut Des" affronta argomenti difficili, la crisi, le difficoltà del lavoro femminile, i pregiudizi, senza mai perdere lo sguardo bonario e scanzonato sui personaggi che lo animano. Al pubblico spetta raccogliere l'invito a riflettere con un sorriso (amaro) sulla bocca.
2015 - Fisherman's Friend (Canada)
What ever happened to those tough people throughout the ages? The people that wouldn’t let the common cold or sniffle stop them from living their life? Fisherman’s Friend reminds us that despite our whiny nature today, we can still be tough when facing a cold. So quit your complaining and suck it up.
2015 - Guiomar - Tango for violin and orchestra
- Violinist: Carmen Piculeata.
Music composed and produced by Enzo De Rosa
Mixed by Steve Galante
Produced and directed by: Robert Rioux
Dancers: Paul Bertrand, Claudine Bouchard
A Jungle of Sharks Production in association with Ima-Klip
This project was inspired by the poem “Canciones a Guiomar” by Antonio Machado (1875 – 1939)
In memory of Astor Piazzolla
2015 - Pour le meilleur et pour le pire (Canada)
Director: Robert Rioux
Le court métrage vient de remporter le prix du meilleur film du festival de film CCVB - 5e festival de films de Boucherville, Qc, Canada
2014 - In My Brother's Shoes, (Usa)
a short film by Lucia Mauro, centers on the accidental pilgrimage of a Chicago man whose younger brother, a Marine, was killed in Iraq. The character Danny dons his brother's ill-fitting combat boots and travels to Rome, Italy, where he processes his grief and better understands his own capacity for sacrifice through his random encounters with a diverse range of people.
2011 -Un piccolo cambio di programma (Italy)
regia di Valentina Tomada
con Maria Amelia Monti e Milena Miconi
2009 - Puccini e la Luna (Italy)
Showreel dello spettacolo su Giacomo Puccini, andato in scena nel febbraio 2009 al Teatro Manzoni di Roma.
Showreel of the show on Giacomo Puccini, went on stage in February 2009 at the Teatro Manzoni in Rome. Introduction and synopsis -
2009 - l'utero al dilettevole (Italy)
Director: di Andrès Arce Maldonado
CITY WINNER 2009 - 48 HOUR FILM FESTIVAL DI ROMA
2008 - Loop (Italy)
Directed by Valentina Tomada -
Alzheimer's disease. A fragment of life, everyday life of two persons who live with their discomfort because light does not realize it, because somehow it is not them but the people around them and society. The society of reasonable, of those who can discern good from evil, embodied by two visits: Gino the bartender, ""light"" as the two elders, who that day, as every day brings a rustic bar for his sure that the two have nothing to eat, and daughter, a nameless and faceless character for the two, only a ""vague recollection"" as he says Antonio, a vague memory that would put them ""in a quiet place with a beautiful garden "", where they can, safe, well fed, wait sadly death. Cast: Remo Remotti, Gisella Sofio, Marco Simeoli, Valentina Tomada
2002 - Memoirs (Singapore)
Directed by Anuj Nair -
A short surrealist film about recollecting long lost love. An deaf and mute old lady revisits the best time of her life when she fell in love with a stranger. She paints that unforgettable first meeting filling it with colors that could have been.
2001 -Piccolo mondo antico (Italy)
Director: Cinzia TH Torrini
2001 -La Squadra (Italy)
Director: Various Director
IL GENIO DI MICHELANGELO 2013
I CRETESI 2014
I MICENEI 2014
VIAGGIO INTORNO AL VESUVIO 2014
AUTOBIOGRAFIE ECCELENTI 2013
GRANDE STORIA-PANE AMARO 2012
GRANDE STORIA-FERRARI 2012
GIOVANNI PAOLO II 2011
ITALIANI DAL 1861 AD OGGI 2011
RAGAZZO DELLE NOTTI MAGICHE “ROBERTO BAGGIO” 2010
TIZIANO VECELLO TRA IL SACRO E IL PROFANO 2009
IL DRAMMA DI CAMPIGLIO 2008
GRANDE STORIA DEL FASCISMO 2008
STORIA DEL FASCISMO 2008
GRANDE AVVENTURA DELLA FORMULA UNO 2008
NASCITA DELLA COSTITUZIONE 2008
IL PAPA DELL’AMICIZIA CON DIO 2007
ITALIA CAMPIONI DEL MONDO 2007
STORIA DEL FASCISMO 2006