Owned by award-winning producers Eric Abraham and Domenico Procacci, Fandango Portobello is an international sales agency and film financier run by Janine Gold, ex-head of Film Four International.
Recent titles include Matteo Garrone's REALITY, which won the Grand Prix at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival, Daniele Vicari’s explosive DIAZ which premiered earlier in the year at the Berlin Film Festival, and Nanni Moretti’s HABEMUS PAPAM, which premiered in Competition in Cannes in 2011 and has since sold to over 45 countries. Fandango Portobello financed and executive produced Joshua Marston's (MARIA FULL OF GRACE) Berlinale 2011 Silver Bear winner THE FORGIVENESS OF BLOOD which made its North American debut at Telluride and Toronto. THE SALT OF LIFE, Gianni di Gregorio's follow up to his multi-award winning MID-AUGUST LUNCH (currently being developed by Fandango Portobello as an English language remake), also premiered at Berlinale 2011. Other titles include Cannes 2008 Grand Prix winner and Golden Globe nominee GOMORRA, directed by Matteo Garrone, Ferzan Ozpetek’s delicious LOOSE CANNONS and Oscar winner Jan Sverak's beautifully rendered live action and puppet feature, KOOKY. Fandango Portobello also handles an extensive library including titles such as Paolo Sorrentino’s THE CONSEQUENCES OF LOVE, QUIET CHAOS starring Nanni Moretti, and REMEMBER ME by Gabriele Muccino.
Click on the link below to read a 2008 Screen Daily article which gives more information on the company's formation: