BiographyGiulia Marletta is a producer and entertainment executive with business ventures in USA and Europe. Through her companies Revolution Rising L.L.C. and Giulia Marletta Films L.L.C., she develops and produces a variety of international projects for Film and TV.
Giulia has been a free-lance producer and director of commercials and music videos since the mid 90’s, working for the likes of Public Enemy and Time Warner Cable. In this capacity, from 2001 to 2003 she was half of the directors duo Bullet with acclaimed director Sylvain White, shooting in Europe and the US with artist’s such as Michelle Williams’ Destiny’s Child.
From 1999 to 2001 Giulia was the film channel’s producer and the executive director for the platform Indieplanet at Urban Box Office Network (UBO) in NY, a media conglomerate funded by the late George Jackson. At the company, she developed and oversaw a variety of projects, including “Artsist to Artist”, a show that she directed and co-created with rapper Q-Tip, starring Puff Daddy. From 2003 until 2005, Giulia consulted for Lumiq Studios – a European high tech animation and digital production studio based in Torino – as a studio Business development executive. At the studio Giulia was an Executive Producer of the film DONKEY XOTE a $15 mil 3D character animation film as a co-production with Filmax in Spain.
In 2007 between other ventures, Giulia was also an Executive Producer for Dario Argento’s MOTHER OF TEARS starring Asia Argento, a sequel to acclaimed masterpiece “Suspiria”. Financed by Myriad Pictures and Medusa Film and distributed in USA by The Weinstein Company and Myriad Pictures. In 2007 Giulia promoted the idea of creating a first mixed capital fund in Italy for the production of International films, in partnership with LA based Endgame Entertainment and brought the project to the Piedmont Region of Italy. Few years later in December 2008, FIP was established.
Giulia has currently developed with Dario Argento the TV series THE CENTER and is a producer with Frank Yablans on the film RORA.
Giulia graduated with Honors from New York University with a B.A. in Film and TV Production and was a recipient of the Warner Brothers post production award and Advanced Production grant. She also attended the Academy of Fine Arts in Dusseldorf-Germany.
by Prof. Brendan N. Ward
Video-Interview: Giulia Marletta at Venice 2009
Prof. Brendan Ward talk with Giulia Marletta, co-producer of Werner Herzog´s movie "My Son My Son, What Have You Done" about her work, the financing of movies and the business in general.
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