A Selection of Our Work
Bringing Italian stories to the world
Vice News on HBO
This is what it's like for migrants making the perilous journey into France
Giulia spent one week last January field producing this insightful report on the new dangerous migrant route across the Italian alps. Gaining the trust of the young men fleeing Italy and attempting to reach France in the hope of a better future, she secured and translated all interviews and helped Vice News' crew navigate snowy Alpine peaks.
CBS 60 Minutes
The Pope's Choir
Charlie Rose meets the Pope's Choir to report on how they achieve their celestial sound
Sabina insured access to the oldest choir in the world co-producing this Emmy nominated story on the Sistine Chapel Choir. Evidence of its existence dates back to the 7th century and today, it is more commonly known as the “Pope’s Choir.” That’s because it’s at the pope’s side for all of the important papal celebrations.
The New York Times
Italy Is Having an Election. Most Italians Are Too Depressed to Care.
Giulia contributed to this story by NYT's economy correspondent Peter S. Goodman. They spent a week in Puglia, interviewing local politicians, young unemployed, visiting the ILVA still mill in Taranto - to report on the the economic situation in one of Italy's most interesting regions.
Plus Pictures & Netflix
Giulia spent 2 years working as a Field Producer on the only cinematic documentary looking into the Meredith Kercher murder case and the wrongful conviction of Amanda Knox. Giulia worked on the ground in Perugia, securing locations, interviews, researching the case and assisting directors Rod Blackhurst and Brian McGinn throughout the shoot.
What the Mafia has in common with protecting the Vatican from terror attacks
An example of Sabina's work with PBS special correspondent Christopher Livesay. She has field produced on a number of PBS NewsHour reports, throughout Italy, insuring access to some of the most challenging stories in the country.