conferma i suoi sforzi in the field of production continuing to produce documentaries and feature films.
Jannis Kounellis (2006) by Ermanno Olmi in collaboration with Fondazione Arnaldo Pomodoro, TerraMadre (2008-2009) di Ermanno Olmi in collaborazione con Slow Food di Carlin Petrini e la Cineteca di Bologna e The Wine’s cliffs (2009-2010) di Ermanno Olmi in collaborazione con la regione Valtellina per l’Unesco. In lavorazione: The race (Valentino Rossi) by Ermanno Olmi in co-production with the company Dainese.
The feature films:
In addition to past production is also returned to produce feature films including:
The Day of the Hawk (2003) by Rodolfo Bisatti (Venice Days at Venice Film Festival 2003); Rocco Papaleo's comedy “Basilicata Coast to Coast” (2011) in co-production with Eagle Pictures and Paco Cinematografica, with whom he won the David di Donatello Award for Best Debut Film and Best Sound Column, and was also nominated for Best Producer. In 2012, together with Faso Film and The Coproducers, he produced the film Maternity Blues by Fabrizio Cattani, presented at the 2011 Venice Film Festival, wins Il Globo d'Oro as a film not to be forgotten and best actress revelation (also Nastro d'Argento). In 2014 it will produce the film Greenery Will Bloom Again the title of Ermanno Olmi's latest film, a film dedicated to the Great War that talks about the First World War. Made with the contribution of the Veneto Region, recognized as being of cultural interest with the support of the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and the Prime Minister's Office, produced with Cinema Undici and Rai Cinema, made using the Edison Green Movie protocol for sustainable cinema. In 2019 it produces the film "The big step" by Antonio Padovan, together with Stemal Entertainment and RAI Cinema. The film is currently in post-production.