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Established in Rome in 1994, Indigo film produces films and series. A regular presence at film festivals and markets around the world, the company has won numerous prestigious awards both on the national and the international stage, gaining significant experience in international co-productions.

Main filmography includes Paolo Sorrentino’s films such as: ‘LORO’ (2018), ‘YOUTH’ (2015, EFA award as Best European Picture and Best European Director), ‘THE GREAT BEAUTY’ (2013 - BAFTA, Golden Globe and the Academy Award as Best Foreign Language Film in 2014), 'THIS MUST BE THE PLACE’ (2011, starring Sean Penn), ‘IL DIVO’ (2008, Jury prize at the Cannes Film Festival).

During the past years, Indigo Film produced the film ‘CAPRI-REVOLUTION’ (2018) by Mario Martone and ‘THA MAYOR OF RIONE SANITÀ’ (2019) by the same director, the comedies    ‘PUT   GRANDMA    IN   THE    FREEZER’    (2018)   and  ‘BENTORNATO PRESIDENTE!’ (2019) by Giancarlo Fontana e Giuseppe G. Stasi, ‘THAT’S LIFE’ (2018) by the young debuting director Francesca Mazzoleni and ‘EUFORIA’ (selected for Un certain regard-Cannes Film Festival 2018) by Valeria Golino, Academy Award winner Gabriele Salvatores’ ‘THE INVISIBLE BOY’ (2014) and the  sequel ‘THE INVISIBLE BOY - SECOND GENERATION’ (2108), ‘LUCKY’ by Sergio Castellitto (Official Selection Un Certain Regard at Cannes Film Festival 2017 - Jasmine Trinca awarded as Best Actress), ‘SICILIAN GHOST STORY’ by Antonio Piazza and Fabio Grassadonia (Semaine de la Critique Opening film at Cannes Film Festival 2017), Piero Messina’s ‘THE WAIT’ (starring Juliette Binoche; Official Selection at 72th Venice International Film Festival - 2015), Maria Sole Tognazzi’s ‘ME, MYSELF AND HER’ (2015), Ivan Cotroneo’s ‘ONE KISS’ (2016), Andrea Molaioli’s ‘SLAM’ (2017) based on Nick Hornby’s novel, ‘THE GIRL BY THE LAKE’ (2007) and ‘THE JEWEL’ (2011), Giuseppe Capotondi’s ‘THE DOUBLE HOUR’ (2009).

Amongst other recent productions: ‘ULTRAS’ (2020) by Francesco Lettieri, ‘STOLEN DAYS’ (2019) by Guido Lombardi.

Since  2013  Indigo  Film  also  engaged  in  TV  series,  such  as  ‘THE  COMPANY   OF SWAN’ (2019) by Ivan Cotroneo and ‘NON MENTIRE’ (2019) by Gianluca Maria Tavarelli.

The company’s 2020 slate includes the sequel ‘THE COMPANY  OF  SWAN  2’,  of  which principal photography is starting, the serial thriller ‘THE GYMNASTS’, that is currently in advanced development, the biographic film ‘QUI RIDO IO’ by Mario Martone and ‘LAND OF THE SONS’ by Claudio Cuppellini from the graphic novel by Gipi.

Carlotta Calori



Format:            Feature film

Genre:              Drama

Director:          Francesco Lettieri

Screenplay:     Peppe Fiore, Francesco Lettieri

Cast:                Aniello Arena, Ciro Nacca, Simone Borrelli, Daniele Vicorito, Salvatore Pelliccia and Antonia Truppo

Naples. At the age of nearly 50, Sandro is still the leader of the Apache, the group of ultras with whom he has spent his whole life in the stadium: a life of violence, fights, passion and unshakeable values. But now that a DASPO (stadium ban) prevents him going anywhere near the terraces, those values start to seem less certain. For the first time he feels the need for a normal life, a relationship, maybe even a family. And he has met Terry, a beautiful woman beautiful who is afraid of nothing. Angelo is 16 and considers the Apache his family: Sandro is his guide, the person who took the place of his brother Sasà, who died years earlier during a clash at an away game. ULTRAS is the story of their friendship, of a faith and a love that follows the rhythm of the final weeks of a football season, and of the inevitable meeting with destiny that awaits both of them.


Format:            Feature film

Genre:              TV series, Musical Dramedy

Director:           Ivan Cotroneo

Screenplay:      Ivan Cotroneo, Monica Rametta

Cast:                  Alessio Boni, Anna Valle, Leonardo Mazzarotto, Fotinì Peluso, Emanuele Misuraca, Hildegard De Stefano,                                    Ario Nikolaus Sgroi, Chiara Pia Aurora, Francesco Tozzi, Alessandro Roia, Carlotta Natoli, Francesca Cavallin,                              Stefano Dionisi, Claudia Potenza, Fabrizio Ferracane, Michele Bravi, Rocco Tanica, Giorgio Pasotti, Marco                                    Bocci, with a special appearance by Giovanna Mezzogiorno and with a special guest appearance by Mika

Seven teens, from different backgrounds, with different strengths and weaknesses. They go to the conservatory in Milan and music is their life.

Each one has a dream to chase by any means.

Their talent is their reason for living, but it also condemns them to be different from everybody else. An epic, magnificent, moving, funny tale about Italian music history, talent, friendship and about the salvation that comes from art, about the great matters of life: love, illness, death, unfairness, victory, defeat.


Format:            Feature film

Genre:              Drama

Director:          Gianluca Maria Tavarelli

Screenplay:     Lisa Nur Sultan in collaboration with Gianluca Maria Tavarelli (from the format created by Jack and Harry                                       Williams)

Cast:                Alessandro Preziosi, Greta Scarano, Fiorenza Pieri, Paolo Briguglia, Claudia Potenza, Duccio Camerini and with                            Matteo Martari

Laura, a secondary-school teacher in Turin, agrees to go out with Andrea, a highly thought-of and charming surgeon, as well as the father of one of her pupils. The evening passes pleasantly, the two of them get on and are attracted to each other. It would seem like the perfect date... But the next day, while Andrea confides in a friend that he hopes to see her again soon, Laura tells police he raped her. What really happened that night? These is no evidence, only her word against his. What secrets do the two of them conceal in their pasts? This is the challenge the police face amidst prejudices, lies and twists in the tale.

Nominated for the C21 Format Award: Best Scripted Format                                                Berlin International Film Festival - Panel

Connecta Fiction - Panel                                                                                                                                           Pitched for Geneva IFF


Genre:              Animated Feature Film

Director:          Lorenzo Mattotti Ivan Cotroneo

Screenplay:     Thomas Bidegain, Jean-Luc Fromental, Lorenzo Mattotti (from the novel by Dino Buzzati)

Cast:                With the voices of (Italian version): Toni Servillo, Antonio Albanese, Linda Caridi, Maurizio Lombardi, Corrado                                Invernizzi, Alberto Boubakar Malanchino, Beppe Chierici, Roberto Ciufoli, Nicola Rignanese, Mino Caprio, and                            Corrado Guzzanti and with the extraordinary participation of Andrea Camilleri

To find his long lost son and food to survive the winter, the great bear king leads his clan down from the mountains and into the world of men. After escaping terrible monsters and defeating an evil duke, the bears and men live together in peace – for a time.

Cannes International Film Festival 2019 (Un certain regard, Official Selection) Alice Nella Citta’ 2019 (Competition).

Award: Best Director

Sevilla Festival De Cine 2019 (Competition) - Festival Internacional De Cine En Guadalajara 2020 (Competition)

Festival Internacional de Cine en Guadalajara 2020 (Competition)

Festival Internazionale del Film di Locarno 2019 (Event)

Annecy Festival International du Film d’Animation 2019 (Long Métrages Compétition) Haifa

International Film Festival 2019 (The Family Show)

The Times BFI London Film Festival 2019 (Family) Annecy Cinema Italien 2019 (Young)

JEF Festival 2020 (Animation)

Busan International Kids & Youth Film Festival 2020 (Beyond the Boundary)

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