Rosa Russo
Writer - Director
Rosa is an award-winning producer and director. Her productions have been selected and awarded in the main film festivals around the world. Credits as producer include: ‘Capo Nord’(Spirit Award, Brooklyn IFF - Silver Star), ‘La Vita Degli Altri’, ‘Non Con Un Bang’ (Venice Film Festival), ‘Borges and I", ‘May I Kill U? (Silver Melies 2013), the documentaries ‘Dust’, ‘A Love Story in 4 1/2 Chapters’, ‘European Capitals’, ‘The Underground of Rome’, ‘Bulaq’, ‘Merqana’. Her directorial debut documentary ‘Everyday But Sunday’ won the Unicef Award at OETI, Barcelona.
Paola Boncompagni
Paola is a Communication Consultant, Concept Creator and Coordinator of Communication Campaigns which have been launched worldwide and at national level. She is also a writer and freelance Journalist who specialises in humanitarian interest articles, books and video projects. Paola has worked for ‘Colors’, Italian Cooperation, UNHCR, WFP, UNV and many other international organizations. Her articles have been published in leading Italian newspapers and magazines. In 2002, she published her book "Refugees", supported by UNHCR with a preface by Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama. She has also collaborated on many humanitarian documentaries.
Debra Wootton
Debra holds a Bachelor Degree in Digital Animation and is an expert in new media, digital graphics and web design.
In 2007, she established Webra Multimedia based at Pinewood Studios and since then has produced corporate videos, animation and music promos as well as short films. Among them, ‘Mr. Plastimime’, ‘The Cause’ and ‘Stranger Danger’.
Anca Puiu
Anca founded Mandragora Film in 2004, together with her husband Cristi Puiu. Mandragora Film became famous in 2005 when Puiu's film, ‘The Death of Mr. Lazarescu’, won the Un Certain Regard award at Cannes, which opened the path for the Romanian New Wave. She is now responsible for Mandragora production efforts, from successful features, such as ‘Marian Crisan's Morgen’ (Special Jury Prize - Locarno 2010) and Rocker and Cristi Puiu's Aurora, to documentaries and TV-series.
Gianfranco Isernia
Gianfranco holds a BA in Linguistics and Modern Literature from the University of Rome and graduated Director at The CSC, the Italian Film School.

He is a director and a producer and works  in Italy and France. His directorial debut ‘The Invisible Collection’, (2001) has been selected at The Palm Springs Festival (USA). In France he produced ‘Le Frère’, awarded in Clermont Ferrand (2010) and winner of SACD prize.

Francesco Zibellini

Exec. Producer
Writer, Director Marketing & Sales in different countries for multinational companies


Cindy Pace
Exec. Producer
Known for
  • Women on War
  • Declassified
  • Saint hoods
Matteo Keffer
Known for
  • Esami
  • Merqana
  • Bulaq
Davide Morandini
Sound Recordist
Known for
  • Italenas
  • Merqana
  • Bulaq