German electronic music artist Apparat (aka Sascha Ring) and Philipp Timm have composed the original music for the upcoming Italian/French historical drama Capri-Revolution. The film is directed by Mario Martone and stars Marianna Fontana, Reinout Scholten van Aschat, Antonio Folletto, Gianluca Di Gennaro, Eduardo Scarpetta and Jenna Thiam. The movie is set in 1914 and revolves around a commune of young artists from Northern Europe as they establish themselves on the rural island of Capri. Martone also co-wrote the screenplay for the Indigo Film, Rai Cinema and Pathé Films production with Ippolita di Majo. Apparat has previously collaborated with Martone on 2014’s Leopardi. His other film scoring credits include Drake Doremus’ Equals, which he co-scored with Dustin O’Halloran. Capri-Revolution will premiere this coming week at the 2018 Venice Film Festival and is set to be released in Italian theaters this December. No word yet on a domestic distribution deal.

Apparat’s upcoming scoring projects also include the German drama Stillstehen directed by Elisa Mishto and starring Natalia Belitski, Luisa-Céline Gaffron, Jürgen Vogel, Katharina Schüttler, Martin Wuttke, Giuseppe Battiston and Leslie Malton. A release later this year or in early 2019 is expected.