Tuesday, 17 January 2017

Underground filmmaker Fabrizio Federico - Did you know that he....?

  • Became a nude life model to fund his film 'Black Biscuit'
  • Used to run away from home and look for WWII grenades in the local Italian mountains.
  • During the editing of Pregnant his diet consisted of yogurt mixed with marijuana. 
  • Was nicknamed Bibio by his family.
  • As a child he was obsessed with ex presidents, ants, volcano's & atomic bombs.
  • Drove a van into an inflatable movie screen at the Tribeca Film Festival. 
  • To fund his first film he went from door to door asking people to donate £1.
  • He is the founder of the Straight-Jacket Guerrilla Film Festival.
  • For his film Anarchy In The UK he wanted to hire a Jack The Ripper impersonator to be the onscreen narrator.
  • Was tasered after a group therapy session for climbing on a roof and not wanting to come down due to a noise complain. 
  • As a child he repeatedly shaved his head because he liked the hair cut of Holocaust prisoners.
  • Was recruited at a party to appear in a telepathic communication's contest on US cable TV.
  • Joined a rockabilly band as a guitarist to get into character for the film LOON.
  • Survived a house fire at the age of five
  • Was a rapper in a band called NSC (New Suburban Crackers)
  • Released an album under the name MAO which was recorded at Aleister Crowley's notorious Boleskine House besides Loch Ness, he also took one of the chairs back as a souvenir. 
  • Took part in a Past Regression Therapy interview where he recalled 5 past lives
  • While in America he seduced married women over the phones at KISS 108 radio station, while at night sidelining as a gigolo in the Roxy nightclub in Boston.
  • During a surprise visit to the Scientology headquarters in East Grinstead he helped a member escape by swapping clothes with them.
  • His guitar teacher vanished and was put on a missing persons list but never found.
  • Collapsed in Spain while filming 'Pregnant' during the desert scenes and was rescued by an old man.     

Official Website: http://fabriziofederico.co.uk/

Friday, 6 January 2017

Filmmaker Fabrizio Federico tours Aleister Crowley's Boleskine House

Hanging out in the notorious old pent house Boleskine.
The vibes in the place are unreal. I took a chair home, would have been a shame to see it ruined. It's like stepping into a void, especially the back room, black ooze drips from the taps and there's a sulfor scent mixed with weed in the house. Back of the house you can see the mountain scene that was used in the Song Remains the Same.