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Bibi Film Tv Srl

Bibi Film Tv Srl

Via Lima 23
Rome, RM 00198

Phone: +39 3428089726

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Matilde Barbagallo

Production Profile

BIBI FILM TV is an Italian production company, based in Rome, created by independent producer Angelo Barbagallo.

Before founding BIBI FILM TV Angelo Barbagallo worked on several productions with SACHER FILM a company he co-owned with producer-director Nanni Moretti.

Among the projects that Angelo Barbagallo and Nanni Moretti produced together between 1986 and 2007 are the following titles: Il Portaborse, directed by Daniele Luchetti – in competition at Cannes Film Festival 1991, Dear Diary, directed by Nanni Moretti – winner of the best director award at Cannes Film Festival 1994, The Son’s Room, directed by Nanni Moretti – winner of the Palm D’Or at Cannes Film Festival 2001, The Caiman, directed by Nanni Moretti – in competition at Cannes Film Festival 2006.

In 1997 Angelo Barbagallo founds his new company, BIBI FILM TV, and starts working on TV projects alongside feature film productions.

In 2003, BIBI FILM TV produces The Best of Youth, directed by Marco Tullio Giordana, a TV mini-series that won the “Un certain regard” competition at the 56th Cannes Festival. The series also wins 6 David of Donatello, 7 Nastri D’Argento and 4 Italian Globi D’oro. The series immediately became an international success.

Currently BIBI FILM TV continues working with acclaimed artist and emerging talents, focusing on the production of TV series and mini-series, TV movies and features film with the aim of creating quality entertainment both for Cinema and Television.
From 2007 the quantity of productions per year has steadily risen, showing a big overall production capacity.


  • DI PADRE IN FIGLIA (FROM FATHER TO DAUGHTER) TV Mini-Series - director: Riccardo Milani. Premiered at Rome Fiction Fest 2016, where it won the Best Actress award.
  • IO CI SONO - TV Movie - director: Luciano Manuzzi
  • LEA - TV Movie - director: Marco Tullio Giordana
  • LE COSE CHE RESTANO (LONGLASTING YOUTH) - TV Mini-Series - director: Gianluca Maria Tavarelli Premiered at Roma Fiction Festival where it won Best TV Mini-Series 2011
  • LA MEGLIO GIOVENTU’ (THE BEST OF YOUTH) TV Mini-Series director: Marco Tullio Giordana - Premiered in the “Certain Regard” section at Canned Film Festival 2003 where it won for Best Film.


  • MANUEL director: Dario Albertini. Premiered in the “Cinema nel Giardino” section at Venice International Film Festival 2017
  • LE CONFESSIONI (THE CONFESSIONS) director: Roberto Andò. Premiered at Karlovy Vary International Film Festival.
  • N-CAPACE director: Eleonora Danco. Premiered at Torino Film Festival where it won the special mention for best feature film
  • HO UCCISO NAPOLEONE (I KILLED NAPOLEON) director: Giorgia Farina
  • BUONI A NULLA (GOOD FOR NOTHING) director: Gianni di Gregorio. Premiered at Rome Film Festival - In Competition
  • VIVA LA LIBERTA' (LONG LIVE FREEDOM) director: Roberto Andò
  • CHA CHA CHA director: Marco Risi
  • LA CITTA' IDEALE (THE IDEAL CITY) director: Luigi Lo Cascio. Premiered in International Film Critics' Week section at 69th Venice International Film Festival where it won the Young Cinema Award.
  • L’INDUSTRIALE (THE ENTREPRENEUR) director: Giuliano Montaldo. Premiered at Rome Film Festival 2011.
  • GIANNI E LE DONNE (THE SALT OF LIFE) director: Gianni Di Gregorio
  • GANGOR (BEHIND THE BODICE) director: Italo Spinelli. Premiered in competition at Rome Film Festival
  • COPIA CONFORME (CERTIFIED COPY) director: Abbas Kiarostami, starring Juliette Binoche. Premiered in completion at Cannes Film Festival
  • FORTAPÀSC director: Marco Risi
  • SANGUEPAZZO (WILD BLOOD) director: Marco Tullio Giordana Premiered at Cannes Film festival – Official selection – Out of competition


  • LA PASSIONE DI LAURA director : Paolo Petrucci
  • PUGNI CHIUSI director: Fiorella Infascelli. Premiered in the “Controcampo” section at Venice International Film Festival 2011 where it won Best Documentary and a special mention for best cinematography.
  • L’AMORE E BASTA (LOVE, THAT'S ALL) director: Stefano ConsiglioPremiered in the “Author’s day” section at Venice International Film Festival 2009