Museo Nicolis’ DeLorean DMC 12 was on the red carpet with the international movie stars during the prize-giving cerimony of the 75th edtion of the Venice Film Festival.
The occasion was the showing of the film “Driven” by Nick Hamm, which tells the story of John DeLorean and his iconic DMC, the car factory that in 1981 produced the first DMC 12.
“Our DeLorean is the very same one of 1984 and it was chosen by the production as a symbol of this film in the occasion of it’s worldwide premìere”, says Silvia Nicolis, presidente of the Museum.
“The Venice Film Festival is one of the mst improtant Cinema Events, and for us it is an honour to be on the red carpet with our prestiguious collection”.
Data Sheet, DeLorean DMC 12, Museo Nicolis
Driven by Nick Hamm is the 75th Film Festival’s closing movie
Inspired by true events, Driven is a wickedly comedic look at a bromance gone bad. Set in the opulence of early 1980s California, the story follows the meteoric rise of John DeLorean, and his iconic DeLorean Motor Company, through his friendship with charming ex-con turned FBI informant, Jim Hoffman.
Directed by Nick Hamm, from an original screenplay by Colin Bateman (The Journey) and financed by Romulus Entertainment, Driven is produced by Piers Tempest of Tempo Productions, Luillo Ruiz of The Pimienta Film Company and Brad Feinstein of Romulus Entertainment.
The cast of Driven is led by Lee Pace (Guardians of the Galaxy, The Hobbit) as motoring engineer and designer John DeLorean, Jason Sudeikis (Downsizing), as Jim Hoffman, DeLorean’s friend and con-man tuned FBI informant, Judy Greer (Ant-Man) as Hoffman’s strong-willed wife Ellen, and Corey Stoll (House of Cards, Midnight in Paris) as ambitious FBI agent Benedict Tissa.
Ph. Ivano Mercanzin.