Nadia Trevisan



Nadia Trevisan is CEO and co-founder of Nefertiti Film alongside Alberto Fasulo. Nadia has gained rich experience in the field of international co-productions and she has developed a network of solid contacts throughout Europe. In 2021, she produced Piccolo Corpo (Small Body) by Laura Samani, in competition at the Semaine de la Critique Cannes 2021. The film was presented in over 100 international festivals and was a candidate for the Nastri D’Argento and winner of the David di Donatello 2022 for Best new director. Small Body was distributed in Italy and abroad. In the same year, Nadia co-produced Brotherhood, a documentary by Francesco Montagner, winner of the Pardo D’Oro Cineasti del Presente at the 74th Locarno Film Festival. Brotherhood debuted in Italy at the Alice nella Città, and has been distributed to Italian cinemas since April 2022. Among Nadia’s previous productions: Menocchio (Official Competition at the 71st Locarno Film Festival, Special Mention by the Junior Jury), Genitori – Parents - (“Out of competition” at the 68th Locarno Film Festival), and TIR (Golden Marc’Aurelio for best film at the Rome Film Festival), all of which directed by Alberto Fasulo; History of Love, by Sonja Prosenc, a Slovenian director, Special Jury Mention for Artistic Achievement at the Official Competition of the 53rd Karlovy Vary International Film Festival and the Slovenian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the Academy Awards 2020. Nadia is currently developing La Corda (The Rope), the last chapter in Alberto Fasulo’s Trilogia sull’Uomo (Trilogy on Man); Un Anno di Scuola (A year of school) by Laura Samani, based on the Giani Stuparich book by the same name. She is also producing Heartless by Nara Normande & Tião, a co-production between Brazil, France, and Italy. Nadia participated in the Producers Network – Le Marché Film Cannes; she is a member of EAVE, EFA, and EWA. Nadia was selected to participate in the Cannes 2019 Producers on the Move as the representative for Italy.

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