The film could be out at the cinema, in an extended version, before it is broadcasted the next winter at the TV on RAIUNO (probably end of January, but RAI often changes the dates). Anyhow, there are some unclear problems with the cinematographic distribution home, so we should not be surprised if the film were cancelled for the cinema. At the TV, the film will be broadcasted all in just one evening. Anna Frank is performed by Rosabell Laurenti Sellers.
In the meanwhile, Alberto Negrin is talking with Morricone (today he is in London and monday in Budapest) about his next film titled L'ISOLA (working title). The problem is that this isn't a classic historical film in two evenings. It is a serial stories (6 / 8) like was LA PIOVRA many years ago and the subject ( the activities on the sea of italian coastal guard ) isn't suited to be set to music by Morricone. This would be the first time, after several years, that a Negrin's film has not Morricone's music. For this, Negrin is re writing part of the screenplay to make this new collaboration with Morricone becomes possible.
This for L'ISOLA. But two weeks ago, Negrin has been charged by RAI with another one new film, this time more "classic". No title yet, but surely suited for Morricone.