Niccolò Maria Pagani

Born in Milan on July 1982, after 10 years of career as Tv journalist, Niccolò on 2011 founded S&T Media Factory, his first video production company. In 2016 moved to Manhattan to attend filmmaking and producing classes at New York Film Academy, shooting his first short film as writer, producer and director. On 2017 he's back in Milan to found his new film production company, Ushuaia Film, shooting on 2018 two docufilms: "Social Dream" (as executive producer, with Indiana Production, for Sky Uno), and "The Italian Spirit of Le Mans" (as writer, producer and director). On 2019 he's director of second unity in the movie "The App" by Elisa Fuksas, produced by Indiana Production. With Ushuaia Film, produces in collaboration with Indiana Production and Pulse, the movie "Nick Drake: songs in a conversation", directed by Giorgio Testi and presented at Festa del Cinema di Roma. On 2020 writes and directs two new documentaries: "Don't Be Afraid if I hug you" and "A Dream called Vendée", both winners of many awards around the world, including a pre-selection for "I Nastri d'Argento 2020".