Dark Resurrection Crew: Isabella Tabarini
1- How did you join the team of DR?
I took part in Dark Resurrection Volume 1 as a dubber. Riccardo Leto told me about this incredible project 4 years ago. They had already shot the film and were looking for dubbers. I was already a dubbing actress but I had no experience. I made just a tryout and Angelo chose me. Everything started from that time, I dubbed and I even lent my face for a brief image of Hope's wet nurse, Heasen. Then, excited by this group, I decided to join in the association Riviera Film and help where possible.
2 - Can you tell us your role within the production?
Within the Dark Resurrection project you have to be ready to be split in two and "be recycled", so that I did a little bit of everything. The dubbing is always my favourite part because it is what is closest to my work as an actress, but as you deal with a group with whom it so nice to work, doing anything gets absolutely challenging. So I dealt with the dubbing in Volume 0, the organization and the casting direction...in short, everything you do can be useful!
3 - What has given you personally the experience of DR?
It made me realize the importance of people. I understood that a project can only live if people are moved by passion and common goals. Especially when projects are independent carried out by non-profit organizations.
4 - Tell us a personal, funny and meaningful story in short, a special moment at your choice while you were working on DR.
On the set of Dark there have been plenty of funny moments. Especially because everybody loved teasing each other all the time. It made me laugh watching Angelo, the director, who everytime he saw himself at the end of a backstage asked us: « Am I so much hateful?». Obviously he isn't, he is driven by a great passion and sometimes he doesn't think so much about the good manners. Anyway, it 's funny to see the relationship he has got with Fabrizio and his "hat worn inside out because we're too late". However, this is a story which I let him tell you about. It 's funny also, that when you are trying to do a backstage interview, you don't manage to conclude a concept because around you everybody is jocking and having fun. It's not about a single story, I know. However, this is the set of Dark and I love it so much.