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Nadia Trevisan

Nadia Trevisan




FeatureLab projects Participant 2018
Decision Maker 2017
Decision Maker 2015


Nadia Trevisan is the CEO and producer of Nefertiti Film. She has been involved in the production of fiction feature films, creative documentaries and short films.
She has developed professional relations with regional and national funds and with the most important Italian Film Commissions in addition to national distributors and international sales and broadcaster. She worked on international projects, which allowed her to improve her knowledge about national and international funds for co-production. Every film produced by Nadia Trevisan had both a TV and theatrical distribution. She is member of EAVE network.

company profile

Nefertiti Film is an independent production company, located in the north-east of Italy, which operates at both national and international level. It creates research projects with a strong authorial orientation for film, but not only, all based on an ‘artisan’ philosophy. It is a small but dynamic company, with a modular structure, that adapts itself to the work in progress. Nefertiti Film believes that cinema can be a means of social development. Its projects stimulate the audience to active participation: the film becomes the starting point for personal reflection that is an integral element of viewing the film but also continues outside the cinematographic scope. Nefertiti Film have already participated in a number of international film festivals, being often praised and awarded.
Recently, TIR, a film that observes the ethical, moral, and economic crisis through the eyes of a truck driver wins the Golden Marc’ Aurelio for best film at the 2013 edition of the Rome Film Festival. As a result, it participates in more than thirty film festivals around the world, among other Munich and Chicago, and was sold to five territories. In fact, the film was pre-sold by Rai Cinema and sold internationally by Fandango.
In 2015, the production company participates in Locarno Film Festival with Genitori (Parents), a documentary film that faces the issue of disability from an unusual point of view, avoiding pietism, rhetoric and irony. The premiere in Locarno was followed by both a theatrical and TV distribution.