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Company Profile

Albolina Film was established in 2012 as a film production and service company based in Bolzano/Bozen (South Tyrol, Italy). In the first five years, we gained experience as service producer working with established European film companies in more than 40 productions. Since 2017 we started developing and producing our own content for film and television, with a focus on fiction feature films and documentaries and a strong inclination for European and international co-productions.

Our latest releases are SISTERS (2022) by Linda Olte, an arthouse drama in co-production with Fenixfilm (Latvia), which premiered at Warsaw Film Festival in 2022, where it was awarded as the best film in the“1-2” competition and the FIPRESCI award for the best Eastern European debut and gained more than 10 awards internationally.

VISTA MARE (2023), a documentary by Julia Gutweniger & Florian Kofler, a co-production with Eutopiafilm (Austria) had its world premiere in competition at the 33rdSemaine de la Critique of Locarno Film Festival 2023 and won as the Best Italian Documentary at the 64th Festival dei Popoli in Florence.

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Wilfried Gufler

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Debora Nischler

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Roberto Cavallini

Company Highlights



Format:          Feature Film

Genre:            Arthouse Crime Comedy

Director:        Cecilia Bozza Wolf

Screenplay:   Cecilia Bozza Wolf, Raffaele Pizzatti Sertorelli

Blackmailed, three Drag Queens are plunged into a valley in the Dolomites where they must pretend to be mountaineers in order to participate in the ‘Lumberjacks Palio”. The desire to win and a series of mysterious murders will lead them to overcome past traumas and recognise the value of sisterhood. 



Format:          Feature Film

Genre:            Arthouse Fantasy

Director:        Maximilien Dejoie

Screenplay:   Maximilien Dejoie

Cast:              Sofia D’Elia


Escaping a hellish orphanage, Marilì befriends Ting, a sinister creature. But as she reunites with her WWI deserter father, she uncovers Ting's evil intents. To save her family, she must confront her choices and break free from the monstrous grip of her new “friend”.



Format:          Feature Film

Genre:            Arthouse Drama

Director:        Antonello Scarpelli

Screenplay:   Antonello Scarpelli

Cast:              Emilia Pisano, Francesco Scarpelli


A worried mother, a sick father, and an absent son. A film about a family trying to communicate with each other.




Format:          Feature Film

Genre:            Drama

Director:        Antonin Svoboda

Screenplay:    Antonin Svoboda

Cast:               Gerti Drassl, Maya Unger, Katja Lechtaler, Lukas Miko, Krista Posch


After the death of her husband, former skier Andrea is confronted with many problems. The relationship with her parents and her daughter Sara has always been tense, and she has to cope with the loss of her partner alone. Traumatized and plagued by fears, she tries to cope with her everyday life. In the wake of the #MeToo wave, Andrea decides to give an interview about her time as a young professional skier. In this very personal interview, she records the monstrous power structures of the home management at the time and how the abuse between colleagues and coaches continued. In doing so, she unleashes a media avalanche to which her family also reacts with rejection. However, more and more people support the allegations. A story of liberation based on true events. A film about a remarkable woman. Persona Non Grata.

World premiere: Bolzano Film Festival Bozen 2024



Format:          Feature Film

Genre:            Documentary

Director:        Julia Gutweniger, Florian Kofler

Screenplay:    Julia Gutweniger, Florian Kofler  


Vista Mare: a poetic and surrealist documentary revealing the hidden labor behind ‘a holiday in the sun’ in Italy's Northern Adriatic coastal resorts.

World premiere: 33. Semaine de la Critique | Locarno Film Festival

Selections and nominations:

Premio Miglior Documentario Italiano / Best Italian Documentary Award - 64. Festival dei Popoli
Audience Award / Premio del Pubblico - 47. Duisburger Filmwoche
AC Ibizacinefest Special Prize - Ibiza CineFest 2024
Best Cinematography Documentary Film from the Association of Austrian Cinematographers AAC to Julia Gutweniger
Best Sounddesign Documentary Film from the Austrian Sound Recordists Association – Filmton Austria to Florian Kofler

33. Semaine de la Critique | Locarno Film Festival - 2023
International premiere at 66. DOK Leipzig 2023, Audience competition
Austrian premiere at 61. Viennale 2023
Italian premiere at 64. Festival dei Popoli 2023
47. Duisburger Filmwoche 2023
Scandinavian premiere 34. Stockholm International Film Festival 2023
Asian premiere 54. International Film Festival of India - Goa 2023
Ibiza CineFest - Ibiza International Independent Film Festival 2024
Kosmorama Trondheim International Film Festival 2024
Diagonale - Festival des österreichischen Films 2024
37. Bolzano Film Festival Bozen 2024
Crossing Europe - Filmfestival Linz 2024


Format:          Feature Film

Genre:            Drama

Director:        Linda Olte

Screenplay:    Linda Olte

Cast:               Emma Skirmante, Gerda Aljena, Katrina Kreslina, Iveta Pole


Anastasia (13) and Diana (9) are two sisters living in a Latvian orphanage. When they discover that an American family wants to adopt them, Diana cannot wait to move to the States, while Anastasia is less excited about the prospect of leaving her home and her adult sister, Yulia, and her baby, Lily. When she finds out that their estranged biological mother, Alla, has been released from prison, Anastasia does everything she can to establish a relationship with her, but Alla can hardly take care of herself, let alone her children. Anastasia has to make a crucial decision – to either leave her mother and Yulia behind by moving to America or to remain in Latvia in the hope of one day living with her mother. Anastasia’s decision is made even more difficult when she learns that her sister’s fate also lies in her hands, because the law states that two siblings cannot be split up.

World premiere: 38th Warsaw Film Festival

Selections and nominations: 

Best film in the “1-2” competition at the 38th Warsaw Film Festival
FIPRESCI award for the best Eastern European debut at the 38th Warsaw Film Festival
Best director to Linda Olte + Best supporting actress to Iveta Pole at Latvian National Film Awards
Audience Award Città di Bolzano + IDM Film Award at 36th Bolzano Film Festival Bozen
Best Film, Best director and Best actress (Emma Skirmante) at The Golden Linden International Film Festival of New European Cinema 2023 (Bulgaria)
Best actress for Emma Skirmante at Seoul International Children Film Festival 2023
Audience Award for Best feature film at CinEast Film Festival 2023 - Luxembourg

World premiere at the 38th Warsaw Film Festival - October 2022
Riga International Film Festival
NY Baltic Film Festival
UK premiere London Baltic Film Festival
Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival
64th Nordische Filmtage Lübeck
Italian premiere at Bolzano Film Festival Bozen 2023
Beijing International Film Festival 2023
The Golden Linden International Film Festival of New European Cinema (Bulgaria) 2023
Seoul International Children Film Festival 2023 Tashkent International Film Festival 2023
CinEast Film Festival (Luxembourg) 2023

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