Indigo Film is an independent production company founded in 1994 by Nicola Giuliano, Francesca Cima and Carlotta Calori.
Over the years it has developed and produced films, TV series, documentaries, shorts and, with Indigo Stories, television formats. Interested in innovations in the sector, sensitive to the creative processes of its artists and engaged in the search for new talent, the company continues to explore all the possibilities of the audiovisual sector, always paying close attention to the standards of quality of its projects. Indigo Film today is a dynamic company, recognised both nationally and internationally.
Directors whose works have been produced with Indigo Film: Giuseppe Capotondi, Antonio Capuano, Sergio Castellitto, Matteo Cerami, Massimo Coppola, Ivan Cotroneo, Andrea D’Ambrosio, Leonardo Di Costanzo, Daniele Di Biasio, Giancarlo Fontana, Luca Gasparini, Valeria Golino, Fabio Grassadonia, Francesco Lettieri, Guido Lombardi, Angelo Loy, Pietro Marcello, Mario Martone, Lorenzo Mattotti, Francesca Mazzoleni, Piero Messina, Riccardo Milani, Andrea Molaioli, Bruno Oliviero, Alessandro Paris, Antonio Piazza, Paolo Pisanelli, Eros Puglielli, Sibylle Righetti, Gabriele Salvatores, Stefano Sardo, Mario Sesti, Paolo Sorrentino, Giuseppe G. Stasi, Gianluca Maria Tavarelli, Maria Sole Tognazzi, Daniele Vicari, Mateo Zoni, Paolo Zucca.
Some of the major awards won by Indigo Film:
Oscars and BAFTA Awards for Best Foreign Language Film, Golden Globe for Best Foreign Language Film, David di Donatello for Best Producer in 2014 and EFA for Best European Film in 2013 for The Great Beauty by Paolo Sorrentino.
David di Donatello for Best Producer in 2008 for The Girl by the Lake by Andrea Molaioli.
Jury prize and Prix Vulcain at the Cannes Film Festival in 2008 for Il divo by Paolo Sorrentino.
Best Film Award and Fipresci Award at the Turin Film Festival, Caligari Award and Teddy Award at the Berlinale in 2010 for The Mouth of the Wolf by Pietro Marcello.
EFA Young Audience Award in 2015 for The invisible boy by Gabriele Salvatores.
EFA for Best European film in 2015 for Youth by Paolo Sorrentino.
Un Certain Regard Award for Best Actress in 2017 at the Cannes Film Festival for Jasmine Trinca for her role in Fortunata by Sergio Castellitto.