Ludovica Martino, the young actress of SKAM Italia, Vita Da Carlo and Il Campione, will be in Castiglione del Lago on September 29th to meet the public and talk about her career.
Ludovica Martino will be a guest at the first edition of Castiglione del Cinema: on September 29th at 8.30pm the young and talented Italian actress will meet the public, retracing her career between cinema and TV series. The meeting will be moderated by the journalist Laura Delli Colli, President of the SNGCI (National Union of Italian Journalists), accompanied by the screening of some clips.
Martino was born in Rome in 1997 and graduated from the Faculty of Interpreting and Translation. She made her film debut in Leonardo D’Agostino’s first film, Il Campione, alongside Andrea Carpenzano and Stefano Accorsi and was then directed in the films Security by Peter Chelsom, My Brother My Sister by Roberto Capucci, Lovely Boy by Francesco Lettieri, Una breath of fresh air by Alessio Lauria.
For Netflix he starred in the films Under the Sun of Riccione and Under the Sun of Amalfi. Given her young age, there are already countless successful TV series in which she has been a part, just to name a few: Luna Park, Carosello Carosone, The Passenger. She has already won two Nastri D’Argento for the role of Eva in Skam Italia and Nastro D’argento Wella Award for image 2021, as well as a CIAK d’Oro in 2021 and an Explosive Talent Award at Giffoni 2020.
In January 2023 he returns to the cinema with the film The Best Days, directed by Massimiliano Bruno and Edoardo Leo. She will soon be the protagonist of two new films at the cinema, Resvrgis, a horror film directed by Francesco Carnesecchi which will be premiered at Alice nella Città in October 2023 and Il mio posto è qui by Cristiano Bortone, set in rural Calabria in the 1940s . Furthermore, since September she has been the protagonist of the TV series Vita da Carlo 2, broadcast on Paramount +.