Indigo Film


Indigo Film, founded in 1999 by Nicola Giuliano, Francesca Cima and Carlotta Calori, produces films documentaries and shorts.Between 1999 and 2001 the main activity of the company was the production of documentaries and shorts. Since 2001 Indigo Film has produced, One man up by Paolo Sorrentino, in competition at the Venice Film Festival in 2001, which received numerous recognitions in Italy and abroad. Indigo has since produced, with Fandango and Medusa film other two films by Paolo Sorrentino The consequences of love (2004) and The family friend (2006) presented in competition at the Cannes film festival; Mario’s War by Antonio Capuano, in competition at the Locarno film festival in 2005. In 2004 Indigo produced Apnea, Roberto Dordit’s first film, starring Claudio Santamaria, presented at the festival of Taormina in 2006; the film was released in 2007 with the support of the CGIL and distributed By istituto Luce. Two documentares have just been completed: Crossing the line by Pietro Marcello and Bianciardi! by Massimo Coppola both selected for the 64th Venice FF (the first for venice days, the second orizzonti doc) . The girl by the lake, a first film by Andrea Molaioli, will be released in theatres this coming September (it has also selected for the Venice FF in the international critics’ week section). Currently Indigo is producing Il Divo by Paolo Sorrentino with Lucky Red and Parco film.


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