Vitagraph is a distribution company based in Italy that deals with the sale of international short, feature and documentary films to Italian television channels, as well as with the world wide sale of Italian short, feature and documentary films. Vitagraph is also concerned with the theatrical distribution on the Italian territory, such as for The Addiction by Abel Ferrara, My Best Friend - Klaus Kinski by Werner Herzog and Time of Love by Mohsen Makhmalbaf.
Particularly, Vitagraph is involved in independent cinema, trying out to discover and choose images born from creative approaches. Vitagraph aims at professionally presenting original works mainly emerged from the recent Renaissance of independent documentaries in Italy. In the last two years, documentaries are being increasingly produced in Italy and this Renaissance is the new instance of Italian panorama. Vitagraph has become an instrumental landmark for creative documentary filmmakers and producers in Italy, providing them with international market and festival opportunities. On the other side, Vitagraph attends festivals and markets searching for documentaries that could be of interest to the Italian TV market for their approaches and points of view in telling reality stories, events and so on.

The titles listed in the catalogue are only available for commercial use such as television, the Internet, airlines, theatrical film screenings, home video and other media outlets.
Vitagraph doesn't rent out screening cassettes.
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