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Who We Are

The founders:

Gianluca Neri

Gianluca Neri

Managing & Creative Director

He has collaborated with the satirical weekly “human resistance” publication  Cuore and, together with the illustrator Roberto Grassilli, went on to found and manage the Clarence web portal which was subsequently  sold to Spray and then passed on to Lycos and Dada. He collaborates with a number of magazines and directs Macchianera, a multi author blog. He was screenwriter for Magnolia’s series Camera Cafè. For the same company he has directed a creative laboratory for the creation of new formats. In May 2005 he appeared in the news for being the blogger who, with the simple copy and paste of a PDF, revealed the omissis in the official document issued by the United States following the investigation of the murder of the Italian agent Nicola Calipari. For Rizzoli he published the novel “The Great Phone Directory of the Earth and Neighboring Planets (Jupiter not included)”. He has developed and presented a number of programs for Rai Radio2.

Nicola Allieta

Nicola Allieta

Executive Producer

Media and entertainment professional with expertise in leading strategic, analytical and creative multi-platform distribution plans. Strong understanding of the rules and strategies behind the various distribution models Pre-Theatrical VOD releases, Day-Date-Theatrical and simultaneous HV releases.

Marco Tosi

Marco Tosi

General Manager

An internet pioneer in Italy as well as a marketing, business strategy and traffic acquisition expert. In 1995 he founded I.com, the first company in Italy to offer internet services differing from connectivity. In 1999 I.com was purchased by Icon Medialab AB. Tosi continued to run it  for 11 years and became a reference point, in Milan and in Italy for digital agencies. In I.com he forged the best professionals of the industry and it is in this context that “Clarence” was founded, one of the first important Italian portals.

Christine Reinhold

Christine Reinhold

Executive Producer

After Classical Studies, Christine earned a degree in Architecture at Milan’s Politecnico writing a thesis where she combined her passion for cinema with her training in city planning, about the History of Rome throughout 100 years of cinema. She went on to study cinema and theatrical studies extensively in England as well as in New York. In 2004 In Milan she founded A World with a View (also known as Teatro Primo Studio), a Film and Theatre Independent production company. In 2012 she began to produce documentaries including in 2015 “Fukushima: a Nuclear Story” distributed in more than 20 countries and on Sky Cinema in Italy.

Andrea Romeo

Andrea Romeo

Executive Producer

In 2002 he created The Culture Business – a company that offers specialized consulting and integrated services for film festivals. Andrea was also the organisational director of the Telefilm Festival in Milan (2003-2005), and of the Gender Bender Festival in Bologna (2003-2004). From 2005 is Artistic Director of the Biografilm Festival – International Celebration of Lives, that he founded in 2005. In 1998 Andrea Romeo founded the Future Film Festival in Bologna, for which he was the artistic director until 2002. Journalist and film reviewer, Andrea Romeo writes for several magazines, such as Panorama First, ARTLAB – Theory and practice of Vision and GQ. He has written for Ciak, Segnocinema, BoxOffice, Clarence’s web portal, Cuore – “weekly magazine of human’s resistance” and Voci Off, of which he was the chief editor from 1995 to 1999.

Who We Are Working With

We’ve set up a creative factory made up by the best and most talented writers, professionals and creative minds in Italy. They meet regularly in our offices and have this goal: to help us conceive and produce their dreams: ideas that no one had ever considered before, because they were too innovative, too brave or too irreverent.

And since we are different from all the others (and it’s not a figure of speech), we have inside us a real investigative unit made up by the best lawyers, forensic and computer experts, to help us verify the stories we tell and collect new and unpublished information on current events. Sometimes these information helped to solve criminal cases. It happened. More than once.