Wes Anderson creates one of his quirky worlds for Prada

Wes Anderson’s quirk and warm-toned storytelling made a return to the Rome Film Festival, where the writer-director’s short film for Prada entitled “Castello Cavalcanti” was introduced as part of the Special Events Out of Competition section. Set in 1955 Italy, the short film stars Jason Schwartzman as racecar driver Jed Cavalcanti, who suffers a mishap during the Motle Miglia rally and finds himself in a remote Italian town.

True to Wes Anderson’s style, the vibrant colors, the sharp dialogue and the fun characters turn this film about the golden age of motoring into an absolute must-watch.

Click play below, to see the complete delightful short film directed by Wes Anderson.

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Shaped by all things beautiful and feminine, Nicoleta Parascan’s first steps towards entering the captivating world of fashion were taken somewhere around the young age of six, when she received her very own first fashion magazine. Discovering an entirely new universe, filled with pretty ladies and beautiful clothes, there was not much able to ever beat or compete with the fantasy land that was suddenly opening up. Surrounded by books, constantly thinking about the next best outfit, in search of a signature style and defined by a nostalgic calling towards the past, Nicoleta believes in taking chances, in destiny and in building her own path in life. When she’s not writing, you can easily find her playing with her cat, reading an old book, watching movies, exploring the city or blogging her own daily adventures.