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Our creative talent.

The 9 Muse Films team boasts extensive experience in the audiovisual sector and can count on the contribution of numerous external collaborators and partners.

Emiliano Galigani
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Born in 1973, he studied film studies and production at Bologna's DAMS. In 2001, he started Metropolis - a production company. He wrote and directed theater plays, musicals and movies, including Faber Circus (2003), The strange case of Mr. D (2005), Welcome To The Machine (2005/2010), as well as the Jesus Christ Superstar Italian tour. In 2010 he directed his first short movie, The seventh AD and a web series titled Armchairs, on Italian politics. In 2012 he directed and produced the show The Wall Live Orchestra, and its spin-off Pink Floyd History with tours in Italy, Switzerland, Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovenia. In 2013 he directed his first feature film, The Imago, which won the “Best Production” prize at the Manchester Film Festival. His short The Little Things has been selected to over 10 festivals and has won “Best Movie” and “Best Cinematography” prizes. In 2019 he produced the feature documentary Paperman, directed by Domenico Zazzara. Today he’s the director of the Tuscany Film Academy.

CEO, Producer, Director
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Federica Moretti
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FEDERICA MORETTI
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Born in Benevento in 1991, she began her studies in Tourism Management. She graduated in 2013 in Tourism Sciences and started to acquire skills in European planning. After graduation she began the collaboration with Metropolis with the role of financial and creative planning, coordination of human resources and projects. She was the production manager of The Imago, which won the Best Production Award in MIFF 2015. In 2014 she became the head of the Lucca Biennale Cartasia, the biggest paper art festival in the world. Since 2016 she has been producing the shorts created by the Tuscany Film Academy students. In 2017 she was the production manager of The Little Things, which won the "Best Cinematography" award at Festival Corti d'amore and "Best Direction" at Via dei Corti. In 2018 she produced the documentary Paperman which obtained a Special mention at Visioni dal Mondo Festival in 2020. In 2019 she started the production company 9 Muse Srl.

CEO, producer
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Luca Ferrara
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LUCA FERRARA
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A graduate from the Westminster Film School in London, UK and an art history student, Luca Ferrara is currently based in Italy, sharing his time between Tuscany and Brescia. He co-founded and directed the Brixia Film Festival (BRIFF), as well as the Westminster Film Festival (WFF). He now works as an independent short film and commercials director, writer and producer while also serving as a production and distribution assistant on independent feature films and documentary projects. His recent credits include writing and directing the sci-fi short Helium (2019), the 16mm action thriller Thieves (2019) and the WWII-set Lovecraftian sci-fi From Beyond (2022). He produced the London Film School graduation film Lo Sguardo - The Look in 2021.

Junior Producer
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