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"Cinema that searches in fiction
as much truth as possible."
Cerbero Produzioni is an independent film production company based in Rome, founded in 2020 by Greta Agresti and Anjan Di Leonardo, with the aim of producing
art-house films and documentaries.

Anjan DiLeonardo

Born and raised in Rome, he approached the set in the early 2000s, working as a production assistant for commercials and films. During the same period he began shooting and editing his first video experiments. In 2005 he made his first short film as director, "Nord", based on a story by the writer Piera Mattei. In the following years he specialized as a video editor working on numerous television productions and continued his path as a filmmaker with the creation of various short films and participation in various theater shows. Since 2014, he has combined his various activities with teaching in the editing class of the Roma Film Academy. He brings all these experiences into the collaboration with Greta Agresti, with whom he founded Cerbero Produzioni, which was officially formalized in 2020.

Greta Agresti

Greta Agresti is an actress, director and author. She began her activity as a producer starting from the theater, when in 2008 she founded the theater company "DionisoinDemetra Teatro". She produces shows of which she is often also the author and director. In those years she began collaborating with Anjan Di Leonardo as an actress and author. The artistic union evolved into a working and productive union in 2017, with the production of the short film "Sono qui" and continued in 2018 with that of "Mamy". In 2020 Greta Agresti and Anjan Di Leonardo made their ten-year collaboration official by founding Cerbero Produzioni. In the same year he produced the short film "This world" and in 2021 the documentary "Workers" of which he is also the director, presented at the Rome Film Festival.


Together with our main collaborators we create executive productions, from writing to post-production.

Daniele Botteselle - DOP

Daniele is from Prato, Italy, and his training began when he attended a series of cinematography workshops held by Rob Draper in Los Angeles, and then subsequently a workshop with Vittorio Storaro in Florence, Italy. A year after starting his first jobs in Italy, he moved to Germany for three months where he gained work experience at "Radio Bremen Ferseen" as a DOP for documentary and fiction programmes. Since 2000, Daniele has worked on various projects: from commercials to music videos and, in the last three years, he has collaborated with Mediaset Productions and Endemol Italia on various productions for television. In 2008 he made his first feature film, "Cenci in Cina", shot in 35 mm, which became a box office success in the Tuscany region. He just finished shooting a film in India, "Bhanwar".

Vittorio Antonacci was born in Taranto in 1986, graduated from the Tor Vergata University of Rome at DAMS, specializing in cinema, and subsequently attended the Griffith Academy of Cinema and Television. In 2010 he made a short film entitled "The Last Meeting" and a year later he won the award for best director at the 48h Film Project 2011 with "The Hole in the Water". He directs some video clips for the Bomba Dischi label, collaborates in various audiovisual projects including a commercial for D&G and a video story of the artist Claudia Losi's performance "Voce a Vento". In 2018 he completed the production of “Act of Faith”, a three-act documentary on itinerant workers during religious holidays, selected at the 36th Turin Film Festival and distributed on Amazon Prime, and in the same year he signed the direction and screenplay of “Brodo di Carne”, winner of several awards including the Premiere Film Award in the “Alice nella città” section at the Rome film festival. He collaborates on many documentaries including "Vitti d'arte and Vitti d'amore" produced by Dazzle communication and Indigo film, "The intuition of Duchamp" which aired in the rai5 ArtNight series. In 2022 he directed Michela Giraud's Comedy Show for Netflix.

Vittorio Antonacci - director 

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