Constellatio Gemini is an upcoming short film project of a Rome based Italian filmmaker Flavia Coffari and she has recently launched a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter to raise funds and support for this project.It is basically a short film on family constellation therapy and the missing twin syndrome. According to the filmmaker, the aim of this project is to convey a profound spiritual message on the soul.
“The short film I want to make is a summary of what I have learned working in the helping relationship.” Said Flavia Coffari, the director of this short film, while introducing it to the Kickstarter community.
In addition, this short film has lively characters and the central character of Fabrizio goes through several experiences that will become the primary observation for the audience. In the storyline, he experiences spiritual and emotional reconciliation through his psychotherapy and constellations. Furthermore, the inspiration behind this film comes from the filmmaker’s own experience as a consultant for Family Constellations.
The KickstarterCampaign is located on the web at:
www.kickstarter.com/projects/constellatiogemini/constellatio-gemini and the goal of this project is to raise a sum of EUR 3700. The project offers several rewards for the backers with worldwide shipping and all the funds raised through this Kickstarter campaign will contribute in the production and promotion of this film. More details are available on the Kickstarter campaign page of the project.
About This Project
Constellatio Gemini is an inspiring short film by an Italian filmmaker Flavia Coffari. She has two main passions of directing films and psychology, and this film is a unique combination of both her passions. Moreover, the storyline of this short film covers the subjects of family constellation and the missing twin syndrome. The project is currently being crowdfunded on Kickstarter and Flavia is welcoming everyone for generous support.
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