Among the many artists who wanted to remember Pietro Coccia, photographer unfortunately died yesterday, there is also Madalina Ghenea. The Romanian model and actress posted a video on Instagram where she teased him, catching him in a moment of afternoon relaxation on an armchair. A comment he wrote a long and very moving letter: "You left a void in my heart my dear friend, an unbridgeable gap. I don't stop crying. The idea that I will go to Ischia, Venice, Capri, Rome, Florence, Taormina, Cannes, Los Angeles and I will not find you there with your stories, flowers, notes full of affection, this thought is breaking my heart. You who took me to the station, that even if I was on stage or on the red carpet you came to embrace me, you with your Blues Brothers glasses, with the face of a child, who sent me the photos five minutes after a red carpet asking nothing in return. Pietrone my tell me it's a bad joke and let's go get a Coke. I'll never find someone like you, you're irreplaceable. I lost one of the best people in the world, I miss you my friend. I miss you so much", Click here for the video and for the comments of the followers. The message of Ghenea makes it clear how surely this sweet-looking man has left an indelible mark on the hearts of the people to whom he has loved. (agg. by Matteo Fantozzi)
ALESSANDRO HABER: "CHE PAIN"
There death of Pietro Coccia, photographer of Italian cinema, he grieved many people who had worked with him along the way. Among these it is not exempted Alessandro Haber that in a comment on Giovanni Veronesi's profile he decides to give his personal memory: "We've known each other forever. He was kind, polite, never intrusive, great professional and always smiling. He never missed any event, he was one of us. We have also been to Japan. It is a great pain for all those who knew him". In the post Veronesi instead specifies: "Goodbye the knife thrower. One day he gave me a set of knives from Japan where he went every year behind Italian cinema. They were weird, like a pitcher. We fantasized together about throwing them at some actress or some bizarre actor who didn't want to be photographed. We had a list. Don't worry Pietro, I will keep our agreement, I won't publish it even if the desire is great. So bye my friend, I don't want to tell you soon, but not too late. Show what you're worth", Click here for the post. (agg. by Matteo Fantozzi)
SHREDDED FROM A DISEASE OF 56 YEARS
Pietro Coccia, the photographer of Italian cinema, has died. It was in fact one of the best known: for over thirty years it has followed the main film festivals. From Cannes to Venice, all the way to Berlin: he has worked extensively with Rai Cinema, for which he has often been an official photographer. Coccia, who had been suffering from diabetes for some time, died at his home in Rome "because of an illness", writes ANSA. There he was found lifeless by his friends and colleagues who he had not answered since the morning and who were worried about him. "Peter!! But how? Go away like this? Without you … it will never be the same thing! I want you a world of good, "wrote Claudia Gerini on Instagram. Alessandro Borghi also wanted to leave a message on social media, a small tribute to Pietro Coccia. «Every time, after a photocall, I turned all the photos by e-mail. All. You gave me the memories of some of the happiest moments of my life. It was always nice to see you Peter. You were kind, a good soul. I will miss you very much in the middle, "wrote the young actor who then concluded the post on Instagram with a" thank you ". On the other hand, the director Daniele Vicari on Facebook wrote: «It's one of those bad news that cuts you off. Until a minute ago I still had his email unopened, in which he sent me dozens of photos taken at the press conference of the Little America ». Vicari explained that Coccia has practically documented everything that has happened so far in the world of cinema, and yet he has not received any special recognition. «The enormous documentation that Pietro has produced does not seem to have equal and I hope it will not be dispersed. I'm really sorry, to my friends and relatives my strongest and warmest hug ». (adj. of Silvana Palazzo)
PIETRO COCCIA, DEAD PHOTOGRAPHER OF ITALIAN CINEMA
The world of Italian cinema is mourning the death of the photographer Pietro Coccia, permanent presence on the red carpets that count from Venice to Cannes. Born in Rome on July 19, 1962, one of the professionals of Italian cinema died in his beloved family home after what could be an illness. Friends and colleagues searched for hours on the first morning of yesterday and, alarmed, they went to his house where they found him without life. To tell a few more details about what happened in the last hours of his life is comingsoon.it which reveals that during the celebrations for the Silver Ribbons of last May 30th, the journalist did not feel very well but when his colleagues they proposed to accompany him to the hospital, he said no, opting for a rest in his beloved home: "I want to rest", he said to his friends, the same ones who then gave the alarm and who yesterday made him find dead in his home.
THE DIABETES AND THE LAST WORDS GIVEN TO FRIENDS
The photographer Pietro Coccia it was found yesterday but everything suggests that death could have happened earlier this weekend. Coccia had been suffering from diabetes for some time and this could be the cause of his death even though at the moment there is nothing official about these details. In the world of cinema he is known for his painstaking work and for his education. To his credit he has services and shots for Rai Cinema, for Cinecittà but also for the National Union of Italian Film Journalists. He was often on the most famous red carpet in the world like the one in Venice and in Cannes where he was just a few days ago.
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What a void you left in my heart my dear friend, what an unbridgeable void. I don't stop crying. The thought that I will go to Ischia, Venice, Rome, Capri, Florence, Taormina, Los Angeles, Cannes and I will not find you there with your stories, your flowers, your notes full of affection, this thought is breaking my heart. You who took me to the station, that even if I was on the stage or on the red carpet you came to hug me, you with your Blues brothers glasses, with your child's face, you who sent me the photos 5 minutes after a red carpet asking never anything in return. Pietrone my tell me it's a bad joke and we're going to drink a Coke. I'll never find someone like you, you're irreplaceable! I lost one of the best people in the world. I miss you my friend! I miss you so much! #rip #pietrococcia
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