Mozukin is a collective, a group of people with experience in various fields of audiovisual production. With many years of experience and several awards obtained for the work done, Mozukin has in its portfolio many  artistic and commercial projects as well as videoclips, among others, Francesco Renga, Irene Fornaciari, Moltheni, Pink Holy Days. The style of the works handled by Mozukin is constantly changing, always different and always attentive to the context and period. The creative process always passes through the research and the study of the most interesting solutions always through the comparison of all the people that are the Mozukin collective.

Claudio Di Biagio, 1988, a self-taught, dream and fantasy movies lover, he produced and directed several short films and music videos. It is one of the creators of the hit web series Freaks!
His short film The B-Side was presented out of competition at the 64th Cannes Film Festival.
In 2011 he worked as an actor co-starred in the movie Paura by Manetti Bros and realized together with Matteo Bruno, a series of clips for the program broadcast on Radio Disagio Deejay Tv. Di Biagio has created the YouTube channel “NONAPRITEQUESTOTUBO”. Within two years, the channel has reached over 8 million views and more than 100 thousand subscribers. In 2012 he worked on two short films: Noon Moon and Unboxing Annie.

Fabrizio Provinciali was born in 1983.
After the acting class in a stage company, he join the cinema course at La Sapienza University.
In 2005 he made Shadows from the past, his first shortfilm as actor and director, for SkyCinema.
Then he continued working as actor on stage and directing shortfilms like e(t)voilà!, The cow, the steer, this is not the point and the making of Francesca Archibugi’s An Italian name.
He also worked as asstitant director in Francesca Archibugi’s A stroke of heart, Massimo Guglielmi’s The bright side of the moon, Giuseppe Piccioni’s The red and the blue and in Paolo Sorrentino’s The great beauty.

Marco Jeannin was born in 1983 and he displayed an interest in music and films from a young age. He attended art school where, in addition to developing a passion for painting and graphic art in general, he began to experiment with camera filming his first short films on VHS. He studied Cinematography & Film Production and he graduated with honors in 2008, then he began working with different directors as a storyboarder. He also started writing for Rockol.it, one of the most important Italian music magazines. Since 2012 he has been a full-time filmmaker, producing some short documentaries narrating the experience of Italian bands abroad (Ministri, Calibro 35 and Appino) with the pseudonym Mowgli. Directing video clips was the natural next step. The fundamental importance of the idea, the independent approach, the centrality of the story, the work on colors, time and space and the employment of different techniques make his way of telling very recognizable, both from the point of view of the direction and from the one of the staging.

Younuts! is a director duo based in Rome.
Antonio Usbergo and Niccoló Celaia were both born in ’86. They write, shoot, and edit their own work.
Their passions include cult movies, USA, junk food, and everything related to the ’80s and the ’90s.
Over the last years they directed several music videos for important artists such as Marco Mengoni, Lorenzo Jovanotti, Salmo, and many more.

Federico “Fred” Cangianiello, photographer and director born in 1988. In 2011 he graduated in Photography and approached italian recorded music industry, working at close quarters with one of the major independent record labels of Italy, Carosello Records; thanks to his marked predilection for photography, he grounded his knowledge for video making, becoming the label’s video director for artists such as: Coez, Emis Killa, Marracash, Nesli, Stefano Bollani, Irene Grandi, Ada Reina, Greta, Fratelli Quintale, Jury and many others. The videos run from the still unspoilt nature of Balkans, the Almeria desert, the Finnish lakes, to the greatest metropolis such as Paris, London and New York. His videos reach millions of views and are characterized by a sharp aesthetic, photographic and visionary.

Born in 1978 in Livorno, Tuscany, Simone Manetti is an Italian film editor and director.
He graduated in film editing from the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia (the Italian National Film School). He edited the short film FIB 1477 (2006) directed by Lorenzo Sportiello (Official Selection at the 63rd Venice Film Festival) and began working with director Paolo Virzì, editing the documentary L’uomo che aveva picchiato la testa (2009) and the feature film The First Beautiful Thing (2010), which was the Italian entry for Best Foreign Language Film at the 83rd Academy Awards and for which Simone was nominated for Best Editing at the Italian Film Academy’s David di Donatello Awards in 2010, and for Best Editing at Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists’ Silver Ribbon Awards.  He edited Tatanka (2011), a feature film directed by Giuseppe Gagliardi and written by Roberto Saviano. He edited the feature films Mozzarella Stories (2011), by Edoardo De Angelis, and I più grandi di tutti (The Greatest of All) (2012), directed by Carlo Virzì (Official Selection at the Torino Film Festival 2012), and the internationally acclaimed Italian TV series 1992, directed by Giuseppe Gagliardi.
He is also a photojournalist for the Italian editions of magazines such Rolling StoneLook LateralVanity Fair and National Geographic.
A New Family, his first short documentary film as a director, shot in Cambodia, premiered at the 2014 BFI London Film Festival and was nominated for a Silver Ribbon AwardIt won an Amnesty International Special Mention and was nominated for a Golden Frog for Best Cinematography at Camerimage in Poland.
Goodbye Darling, I’m Off to Fight is his first feature documentary. 

Emanuele Coco was born in 1974 in Brescia.
He has worked in video for the last 20 years.
His video was first his passion and then it became a profession.
He has produced excellent works ranging from small to large scale projects.
He tells corporate stories with a strong intent to share their values and passion, with focus on human stories.

Animated Zeug is a collaboration between Giorgio Poloni (Italian, Brera Accademia di Belle Arti) and Jordana Maurer (Turkish and French, New York University) to create animated content. Active since 2008, we always try to walk on the thin line between technology and handmade. Our ideas can come from drawn, painted, scissor cut, scratched elements, as well as the slick cleanliness of computer-generated graphics. More often then not, a combination is chosen to reflect our particular sensibility and technique. We work from berlin, from Istanbul, from Italy, wherever our projects take us. Contact us if you need any of the following and more! Fine art animation + projection for event and theater + music videos + how to clips + infographics + titles + motiongraphics + animated logos + storyboards + animated invites + etc …

Marco Santi is an italian director born in 1990. He falls in love with movies since he was a child and he tooks its first steps with the camera making some amateur movies. Some years later, Marco realizes projects for companies such as NatGeo, Canon, Nintendo. He makes music videos for national bands and continues his career as director making narrative shortfilms. In 2014 he made awarded shorts “I will no longer stay with you” and “Jusq’à ce soir”. In July 2015 he directed and produced “L’autre”, shortmovie of 10 minutes. In November 2015 he made “Clara”, winner of the international competition 48filmproject. This shortmovie won totally six awards including “Best Short Movie” and “Best Director’’. In 2016 he writes and directs ‘’L’attrazione Gravitazionale del Professor D.’’, starring Fabrizio Ferracane and Laura Adriani and produced by company 5e6.

Born in 1995, despite his young age, Andrea Folino has a vast amount of experience as a video maker, working on-set of numerous music videos. Folino became part of Machete Productions from the very beginning, working closely with artists such as SALMO, contributing to its respectable reputation.

Enrico Ranzanici, has cultivated his passion for visual storytelling since middle school where he drew cartoons during his endless math lessons. In 2003, he graduated with a degree in Filmmaking from the Istituto Europeo di Design (European Design Institute) in Milan and then began his career collaborating with many production companies while continuing his exploration in diverse audiovisual fields.
He has worked on more than seventy productions and his eclectic nature leads his continuous research, searching to identify the needs of corporate communication and interpret them through corporate films and commercials. He strives to underline the human aspect of storytelling through his documentary and short films. His video-installations, shows, and video projection mappings aim to bring poetry to life through the evoking of emotions.