It has been talked about for some months now: Netflix will have offices in Italy. And for the venue he chose the capital, Rome. After Paris, the Italian capital the city that the giant of streaming TV has chosen to open a new European office.
Netflix confirmed in an interview on the publication for the Variety show business that it will transfer its Italian team, which is now based in Amsterdam, to new offices in the Italian capital, where they are currently looking for a space. The transfer will take place in the coming months. The Italian Netflix team consists of approximately 30 employees and is made up of marketing executives, advertising and production staff.
Since the launch of the service in Italy in 2015, we have been welcomed with enthusiasm by many Italian subscribers and we have been fortunate to work with a wide range of talents, some established while others emerging declares Netflix's Kelly Luegenbiehl of Variety. The opening of a new Netflix office in Rome is the step that will allow you to strengthen the numerous creative collaborations of Netflix and work on a growing offer of films and series made in Italy.
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings had hinted that the opening of an Italian office in Rome was imminent last October, at the same time as the announcement of an investment in Italian productions of over $ 200 million by 2021.
The original Italian productions of Netflix currently include "Suburra: The Series" and "Baby". Next week, the series dedicated to the witches "Luna Nera" will be presented, the third original Italian production, led by a trio of women: Francesca Comencini ("Gomorra), Susanna Nicchiarelli (Nico, 1988) and Paola Randi (Il piccolo Tito and aliens) and produced by Domenico Procacci's Fandango.
Other Netflix Italy originals include: "Curon", a drama set in a village submerged by water in the province of Bolzano; Summertime a story based on a novel by the famous local author of children's literature Federico Moccia; Zero, a show that combines a superhero narrative with the life of first generation African immigrants in Italy; and Fedelt, a drama series based on a local bestseller by the author Marco Missiroli.
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