Flaminia Romani is a woman of many talents. With her signature long list of experiences as an Australian-Italian Film Director, Member of Universal Music Group, and Music Supervisor (Friend of the Guild), Flaminia has truly achieved her ambition. Born in Rome and raised in Sydney, Flaminia has thrived on taking a variety of roles and challenging herself in a creative whirlwind.
For Flaminia, music is an essential element in filmmaking, and she believes that it immerses the audience in a unique world. Music creates an emotion that is just as important as the visuals on screen. Through the eyes of a lens, Flaminia is a conduit for the culture around her. She formulates concepts, makes connections, and celebrates society’s most influential trends. Flaminia knows what works and what doesn’t work, and she is always looking for ways to push the boundaries of her craft.
Creative collaboration in filmmaking is also called storytelling, and for Flaminia, it’s a kind of magic scheme where the viewer gets your attention. The magic lies in seeing it all come together from film to screen and creating something uniquely different. Flaminia treats collaboration like performing art, a film, or a photoshoot; each partnership means something. Every performance is meant to be lived, leaving nothing timeless. Flaminia admits she may need to go back several times to get the perfect shot, to check how it looks under different circumstances, and she may need a little time to work out all the ramifications of it.
Flaminia’s unwavering dedication to details is simply one of her many quirks. Her pursuit of art and her vision deserves its own acclaim, and sometimes that means sparing no expense when it comes to getting the perfect shot. With her masterful skills and creativity, Flaminia Romani is a force to be reckoned with in the film industry.