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Company Profile


Partner Media Investment is an independent film Production and Distribution company, based in Italy. The aim of the company is producing Author films preferably in coproduction with other national and international production companies. Over the past year the company have produced and distributed on her own and through local distributor such as Istituto Luce and Microcinema.

Founded in 2006 by Andrea Stucovitz the company have already produced and coproduced Feature Documentaries and Feature Films with France, Germany, USA, Albania, Belgium. Participating to international film festivals such as Cannes, Montreal, Athens, Palm Springs, Dhaka, Monaco, Biff, Jerusalem, and others.

At the moment the company has two projects in production and coproduction and three films in development with France, United States, Belgium and Germany. Andrea Stucovitz is the producer and Managing Director of the company.

Andrea Stucovitz


Company Highlights



Genre:               Dramedy
Director:           Elisa Mishto
Screenplay:       Elisa Mishto
Cast:                  Natalia Belitski, Celine Graffon, Giuseppe Battiston


Funny and smart young Julie decides she doesn’t want to do anything in her life. By doing so she starts a rebellion that will question and destabilize everything and everybody around her. STAY STILL is the story of a generation with a poetic and witty undercurrent. Yes it is dangerous, but yes, it is also very exciting.

Festival del Cinema Italiano di Madrid 2016: Documentari - Menzione Speciale
Italia in Doc - Bruxelles 2016: Concorso: premio della Giuria
Visioni dal Mondo – Immagini dalla Realtà 2015: Fuori Concorso




Genre:            Drama
Director:         Andrea Pallaoro
Screenplay:    Andrea Pallaoro, Orlando Tirado
Cast:                Charlotte Rampling, André Wilms 


Hannah is a merciless, yet compassionate, lyrical, and daring character study of Hannah, a Polish woman in her sixties, as she copes with loss and self-doubt about the incarnation of her husband. As Hannah's persistent denial reveals itself against a general truth, her reality becomes increasingly unhinged. Through the exploration of Hannah's compromised sense of identity and self-control, the film investigates contemporary alienation, the human struggle to connect and the boundaries between individual identity, couplehood and society. 


Biennale di Venezia Mostra d’Arte Cinematografica, Coppa Volpi Best Actress; Toronto Internaitonal Film Festival, Berlinale Retrospective on Charlotte Rampling, and many others festival (please visit web page of Film Italia for details)