Our passion for producing, directing and editing films is due to an amalgam of two factors that only cinema can provide: storytelling and poetry.
We don't care about the lenght of the movie. It can be a 30s commercial or a feature film. What thrills us about this job is the possibility of telling a story using rhetorical devices that are purely cinematographical. We firmly believe there is no other art form with such a huge potential of entertainment and, simultaneously, of making people ponder.
We deliver an end-to-end product in industry-standard formats. We do it always on schedule and usually under planned budget. The key of our creativity is the ability to open ourselves to other talented people willing to work with us. Having said that we must give an important insight on how we work: we don't like compromises that undermine, in any way, the artistic quality of our projects.
Directing a film is a challenge we love to embrace. While on the set, we pay attention to every detail, every light, every costume and every part of scenography. Meticulousness is priceless in this job.
We choose the editing software according to the type of movie we're making. We're equally competent of handling all versions of Final Cut, Avid MC, Adobe Premiere. We think it is essential to control every aspect of postproduction in order to maintain flawless coherence of the project. That's why we're also quite skillful in operating Da Vinci, Pandora, Autodesk 3D Studio Max, Maya, Apple Motion, Newtek Lightwave 3D, E-On Vue, Blender, Inferno/Flame/Flynt/Flare/Smoke and even Flash (although our enthusiasm towards the latter had chilled recently).
Of course, to achieve outstanding results, you need more than just a knowledge of editing apparatus. It requires awareness, erudition and artistic sensibility. We think we have it.