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30MILES FILM S.r.l.

30MILES FILM is an independent film and theater production and distribution company, founded in 2008 by Stefano Veneruso (director, screenwriter and producer) due to his passion for cinema and from the solid previous experience in the film industry acquired between 1990 and 2010, initially with the ESTERNO MEDITERRANEO FILM, Massimo Troisi's film production company and then with MK FILM PRODUCTIONS where Stefano Veneruso produced and directed the film All the Invisible Children (distributed in over 120 countries) also co-directed with Ridley Scott, Spike Lee, Emir Kusturica and John Woo. In recent years 30MILES has also produced several music videos for artists such as Tina Turner and Elisa.
In 2010 produced the play: Caravaggio, the exile of a man in search of God, inspired by the life of Caravaggio, which debuted in the courtyard of the Musei Capitolini in Rome, directed by Stefano Veneruso. In 2011 30MILES produced the documentary Noi di Settembre (We, people of September), starring Franco Califano, one of the greatest singers and songwriter, in Italy, selected at the Rome Film Festival, directed by Stefano Veneruso. In 2014 produced the play What do I think of Switzerland, with Giancarlo Giannini, directed by Stefano Veneruso. In 2018 produced the show Annunciazione, Annunciazione (piazza del Plebiscito, Naples), starring Lello Arena, Enzo Decaro, Pippo Baudo, Nino Frassica, Renzo Arbore, Giancarlo Magalli, Massimo Lopez, and others, directed by Stefano Veneruso.
In 2019 produced along with Istituto Luce - Cinecittà the multimedia exhibition and the homonymous play entitled Troisi Poeta Massimo debuted at the Teatro dei Dioscuri al Quirinale in Rome, and later at Cinema Anteo (Milano), both exhibition and play have been repited at the Maschio Angioino and Castel dell’Ovo (Naples), achieving a huge success. In 2020 produced the film Starting tomorrow I’ll get up late with John Lynch and Gabriella Pession.
30MILES FILM has also developed a series of international theatrical and film projects including: 7 Dwarfs in Auschwitz based on an incredible true story, set during the Holocaust period, inspired by the life of the seven legendary Ovich brothers, scheduled to be filmed in 2023, and The Years of the Father based on a true story that narrates a very tense father and son relationship with Ramiro Blas and Weston Coppola Cage.

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Stefano Veneruso
Barbara Di Mattia
Raffaele Veneruso
Anna Pavignano
David Guido Pietroni
Dimitri Sassone
Stefano Veneruso, director, screenwriter and producer, began his carrier as assistant director for the Academy Award-winning film The Postman, (Il Postino). He contemporaneously directed the movie’s “Behind the Scenes”, which earned him several awards. Stefano moved to Los Angeles and studied filmmaking at both UCLA and at the AFI while working for the film company Cecchi Gori Pictures. While living in Los Angeles Stefano directed his first short film: I'm Sophie and You? The film was granted several awards. In 1997 Stefano produced a compact disc Nei Tuoi Occhi, in memorial of Massimo Troisi, a collection of love poems by the world-renown poet Pablo Neruda, were read by notorious Italian artists, eventually racked up huge commercial rewards and critical tributes, selling 250.000 copies. In 2000, Stefano was an assistant for Martin Scorsese’s film Gangs of New York. After working as assistant to Mel Gibson on the set of The Passion of The Christ, Stefano directed and produced the film All the Invisible Children, released in 120 countries, directed among others by Spike Lee, John Woo, Emir Kusturica and Ridley Scott. In 2010 Stefano directed a theatrical play called Caravaggio, the exile of a man in search of God. Furthermore, he directed musical videos for artists such as Tina Turner and Elisa. In 2010 directed the docu-film We, People of September on the life of Franco Califano, one of the greatest singers and songwriter, selected at the Rome Film Festival 2011. In 2014 he writes and directs the play What do I think of Switzerland, played by Giancarlo Giannini. In 2018 he writes and directs the show Annunciazione Annunciazione! (piazza del Plebiscito, Naples). In 2019 directed and produced along with Istituto Luce-Cinecittà the multimedia exibition and the homonymous play entitled Troisi Poeta Massimo. In 2020 he is director, screenwriter and producer of the film Starting tomorrow I’ll get up late with John Lynch and Gabriella Pession.



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Barbara Di Mattia, producer, actress and screenwriter, was born in Maracay (Venezuela) but grew up in Italy, she started her career as print model in Milan, it was about this time when she started attending an acting school, soon after she was working as an actress for numerous commercial for international brands like Nutella, Barilla, Mulino Bianco, Bialetti, Johnson, etc. She also starred in various Tv movies and Tv shows. In 2004 Barbara moved to Los Angeles where she resides and studied production for film and television and where she produced different Tv shows, web series and documentaries. In 2015 she produces the documentary Insanity (I danni dell’inverno). In 2018 she produces with 30Miles Film the show Annunciazione Annunciazione! Revuoto 2018 - (piazza del Plebiscito, Naples), in honor of Massimo Troisi and the 40 years of La Smorfia. In 2019 she produces the play Troisi Poeta Massimo. In the 2020 she produces the film Starting tomorrow I’ll get up late with John Lynch and Gabriella Pession.

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Raffaele Veneruso, line producer and producer, worked on over 120 films, both for television and cinema, including the entire filmography of Massimo Troisi.

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Anna Pavignano, screenwriter, made her debut with Massimo Troisi, one of the best Italian actors and director of all times, with whom she wrote the screenplay Ricomincio da Tre, followed by Scusate il ritardo, Le vie del signore sono finite, I thought it was love instead it was a gig and The Postman (Il Postino), which granted her an Oscar and a BAFTA nomination for Best Screenplay and many acknowledgments.
She directed and wrote the script for Il caso Moro. Her filmography includes: Ma non per sempre directed by Marzio Casa and Corpi speciali by Luciano Odorisio. Then she wrote Malefemmine (2000) directed by Fabio Conversi, Amore con S maiuscola (2001) by Paolo Costella, Casomai (2001), a film by Alessandro D’alatri and Se devo essere sincera (2004) by Davide Ferrario. She also wrote novels and published a children story, Il Prode Matteo. For Edizioni e/o she published Starting tomorrow I’ll get up late a film directed by Stefano Veneruso (2020), dedicated to the memory of Massimo Troisi, In bilico sul mare, and Venice, a dream. Currently, she continues to write for films and television. She is also an author of children books and teaches writing and screenwriting. The First Daughter is her fourth novel for e/o.

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David Guido Pietroni, Italian music and film producer, based in Israel, David is the producer of Rigoletto, directed by Vittorio Sgarbi and with costumes by Vivienne Westwood. Represented in Piazza del Campo in Siena (Italy) with an audience of thirtytwo thousand people, Rigoletto is the biggest Italian opera event of that year. From the live shooting of the show he produced the DVD entitled Rigoletto Story distributed worldwide by Columbia TriStar and Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Pietroni, with Rigoletto Story, he was eligible in 2005, with two nominations, to the Grammy Awards in the categories “Best Surround Sound” and “Best Long Form Music Video”. Since 2004 as been a voting member of the Recording Academy.

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Dimitri Sassone, distribution consultant, graduated at DAMS (Discipline delle Arti, della Musica e dello Spettacolo) he is a journalist and publicist. He debuts in the sector as an actor. Then he specializes in film production and distribution.

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Awards

2020 Premio Massimo Troisi
2019 Eccellenze Campane Award Best Production for Starting tomorrow I'll get up late
2014 Fauno Danzante Award at the Pompei Film Festival for the Backstage for the film The Postman (Il Postino) "Speciale Il Postino - A look inside" directed  by Stefano Veneruso
2011 Rome Film Festival We people of September directed by Stefano Veneruso
2007 CANON Award (Roberto Rossellini) Best Producer for the film All the Invisible Children
2007 Roberto Rossellini Award for Best Picture for the film All the invisible children
2006 Ischia Global Festival Award for the film All the Invisible Children
2006 Grolla d’oro Award for the film All the invisible children as the Italian film most sold abroad (120 countries)
2005 Capri Hollywood Award for the film All the invisible children
1998 Bologna Backstage Film Festival, Special Prize for Best story and narration of the Backstage for the film The Postman (Il Postino) "Speciale Il Postino -   A look inside" directed by Stefano Veneruso
1997 Sacher d’oro - Best Actress Maude Bonanni (I'm Sophie and You?) directed by Stefano Veneruso
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