Ginko Film is a film and audiovisual production company based in Venice with a special focus on documentary cinema. Three documentary filmmakers Chiara Andrich, Andrea Mura, and Giovanni Pellegrini, who trained at the Italian National Film School, joined together to create the company in 2018.
The Ginko tree, an incredibly resistant plant that was able to survive the extinction of the dinosaurs and the atomic bomb on Hiroshima, inspires the name of the company. Ginko Film suggests that its films are like miniature Ginko trees, able to inspire us and resist the passing of time.
(Cagliari, 1980) He directed various documentary films, short films, participating in international festivals. His work creates new perspectives and is inspired by social traditions that are contaminated by contemporary everyday life. He also conducts audiovisual language training activities through workshops in schools, at SPRAR centers and associations that deal with mental and social distress. He has been the creative director at the Sole Luna Doc Film Festival in Palermo and Treviso since 2014.
(Treviso 1982) She is an author and editor of documentary films. In 2013, she co-directed the documentary "Bring the sun home"(premiered at Locarno Film Festival) with Giovanni Pellegrini and in 2015 "Ali di tela" (premiered at Italian Film Festival de Annecy). She edited, selected films at the international festivals: "Soledad "by Ricardo Iscar, Tobia Scarpa "L’anima segreta delle cose" by Elia Romanelli, "Internat" by Maurilio Mangano, “Aquagranda crescendo” by Giovanni Pellegrini. She has been the artistic director at the Sole Luna Doc Film Festival since 2014.
(Venice 1981) He is a screenwriter and a photography director. His documentary Bring The Sun Home has been awarded at numerous international festivals including the Locarno Festival, the Human Rights Film Festival in San Sebastian, the Melbourne EFFA, the Italian Visions in Bologna, The Euganea Film Festival and The Cetri Awards at the Senate of the Republic. He currently lives and works in Venice, where he recently wrote and directed the documentary "Aquagranda in rescendo", premiered at the Venice Film Festival in 2017.