Lunasoft Video Productions is a film production society established in 1986 by Silvia Derossi and Sergio Chiorino. At the end of the 90s, Lunasoft was the first production society in the field of video-making to set up a both high-tech and low-cost filming technique to carry out live filming of events like dance and theatre shows, with multiple cameras and live direction. Thanks to that, it became the official provider of videos for the Teatro Nuovo ballet schools’ shows, and for other major ballet schools in the region.
In 2005 Lunasoft produced a feature-length film, “In luce - Storia di Teatro”, which was screened at Teatro Erba in Turin for two weeks straight, and in 2013 it was the turn of “Maledette notti”, a drama film which reveals the dark world of strip-clubs in Turin.
Throughout the last few years, thanks to young video-makers who took the lead with their innovative energy, Lunasoft provided its services to important organisations in Turin, dedicating itself to live streamings of shows: examples are the project “Art in Courtyards (Cortili ad Arte)”, which was live-streamed, and the filming of operas like “La Traviata”, which was staged at the Automobile Museum of Turin.
Its work for the Museum did not stop there: Lunasoft has begun a fruitful collaboration with it, producing and filming numerous advertisements, among which it’s worth to mention the presentation video of the exhibition “Lancia Aurelia 1950 – 2020”, documentaries, like, among others, the short film on the renovation and subsequent setting-into-motion of the famous car Itala 34/45 HP which took part in the Beijing-Paris Raid in 1907, and shootings and live-streams of multiple conferences which took place in the Museum’s Auditorium.