Rossofuoco was founded in 2002 by film director Davide Ferrario as a tool to produce feature films and documentaries under a complete creative control, coupling independence with the market.

This strategy proved to be very successful: starting with DOPO MEZZANOTTE (After Midnight), which was a big hit athome and was sold in over 100 territories, the company has been able to work with production/distribution partners such as Medusa, Rai Cinema, Warner Brothers.

In 2008 Rossofuoco started to produce films directed by filmmakers other than Ferrario, beginning with Andrea Zambelli’s DI MADRE IN FIGLIA, a feature documentary.

It premiered in Toronto in 2008 with enthusiastic reception and feedback in several festivals.

Main production
Secondary production
Feature films
Established in
Italian english french
Cristina Sardo
Recent works


Dopo Mezzanotte (After Midnight) – Ita, 90’, 2003 di Davide Ferrario

Tutta colpa di Giuda (Freedom) – Ita, 90’,2009 di Davide Ferrario

La luna su Torino – Ita, 90’, 2014 di Davide Ferrario



La Strada di Levi (Primo Levi’s Journey) – Ita, 96’, 2006 di Davide Ferrario

Di Madre in Figlia (From mother to daughter) – Ita, 88’, 2008 di Andrea Zambelli

Piazza Garibaldi - Ita, 98’, 2011 di Davide Ferrario

La zuppa del demonio (Devil’s soup) - Ita, 75’, 2014 di Davide Ferrario

Umberto Eco – La biblioteca del mondo – Ita, 80’, 2023 di Davide Ferrario


Last update: 28 June 2023