Through his previous film production company he produced more than 20 films and documentaries, among which:
“Anima Mundi” by Godfrey Reggio, with the music by Philip Glass with world distribution by WWF and Miramax, opening Event at the 48th Festival Venice Film Festival, awarded at many international festivals, and included in the permanent collections of the British Film Institute, George Eastman House, Harvard Film Archive, Musée du Cinéma, Cinémathèque Française, The Museum of Modern Art of New York, Pacific Film Archive;
“I ponti di sarajevo” by Jean Luc Godard, Ursula Meier, Sergei Loznitsa, Cristi Puiu, Aida Begic, Angela Schanelec, Islid Le Besco, Kamen Kalev, Vincenzo Marra, Leonardo Di Costanzo, Vladimir Persic, Marc Recha, Teresa Villaverde, Special Screening at Festival de Cannes 2014;
“All about you”, by Alina Marazzi, feature film with Charlotte Rampling, Camera d’Oro awards at Rome International Film Festival in 2013 (best emerging director, best producer);
“We want roses too”, by Alina Marazzi, World Premiere at 60 Locarno film Festival, FOCAL International Awards 2008 for Best Use of Footage in a Feature Length Production, and selected in many international film festivals;
“Fame chimica” by Antonio Bocola and Paolo Vari, featured at the 60° Venice Film Festival; awarded with the Grand Prix, prix du Public and Prix da Interpretation Masculine at Festival de Annecy; ‘Dolly D’oro’ for Best Italian debut; Awarded for the Best film and Best actress at Magna Graecia Film Festival;
“For One Hour More With You” a documentary by Alina Marazzi, Special Jury mention 55th Locarno film festival; Claiborn Pell Award for the best film at film al 6th festival Newport, USA, special mention at the 8th Festival Internacional de documentarios of San Paolo, Brasil.
He has been associate director of Fabrica (director Godfrey Reggio, 1994-1995), after founding with G. Reggio the Fabrica project, at the instance of Luciano Benetton and Oliviero Toscani.
Started working in the motion picture industry as producer in 2009. He was CEO of Vision Project and still CEO of Tam Tam Fotografie. These two company produced few movies:
“Paura 3D” directed by Manetti Bros, distributed by Medusa and a co-production of Pepito Produzioni, Dania Film, Vision Project, Manetti Bros Film;
“Ammore e malavita”, directed by Manetti Bros, a co-production by Madeleine and Manetti Bros. Film in collaboration with Rai Cinema, Tam Tam Fotografie and Mompracem, featured at the 74° Venice Film Festival, awarded in many international festivals (BIFEST, Cerase Film Festival, David di Donatello Awards, Golden Ciak Awards, Premio Berenice);
“Letto n. 6”, directed by Milena Cocozza, a co-production by Mompracem, Madeleine, Tam Tam Fotografie, Rai Cinema with the support of Regione Lazio, on screen in 2019.
Before he took care of the photography in two movies:
“Volere Volare“, directed by Maurizio Nichetti and Guido Manuli, distribuited by Penta Film, a production of Bambu with Penta Film;
“Ladri di saponette“, directed by Maurizio Nichetti, produced by Bambu Cinema and Reteitalia.
Previously he worked as photographer and CEO of Tam Tam Fotografie based in Milan. His photographs has been shown in several personal and collective exhibitions. From 1996 to 1998 he has been chairman of “Fotografia & Informazione“, the Italian association of photo-reporters.
In 2004 he opened an art gallery devoted to photography in Milan, named “Bel Vedere“, creating several catalogues published by Electa.
Director and screenwriter.
He wrote and directed the long feature film “Fame chimica”, which was featured at the 60° Venice Film Festival. Fame Chimica won the Dolly d’oro for “Best Italian debut” as well as several international awards including “Best Feature Film” and “Special Public’s Choice” at the Annency International Film Festival. Fame Chimica was also one of five movies shortlisted for the Best film award at the David di Donatello and at the Nastro d’argento.
He wrote and directed many documentary films and TV productions for several international broadcasters, including “Le mani sulla Vita” (Produced by RAI Fiction /Arte / TSI), “I Love Italy” (the first Italian docu-soap, 8 episodes produced by Tele+ and TSI) and a series of short films for the popular Italian TV show “Ballarò” (Rai 3) .
Since 2005 he has been working in advertising, directing dozens of films for all the major Italian production companies and winning many prestigious international prizes.