Tilde Corsi

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After graduating in Philosophy with honours at the University of Pisa, Tilde moved to Rome and started working in the film industry as Press Office at PEA that by the end of the ‘70s was known for producing Italian most important films, among which Casanova by Federico Fellini, Salò by Pier Paolo Pasolini, Novecento (1900) by Bertolucci, Cadaveri Eccellenti (Illustrious Corpses) by Francesco Rosi. Afterwards, she collaborated as marketing consultant and press office with 20th Century Fox and Warner Bros for the most interesting and innovative 80s and 90s American authors.

In 1992, Tilde started her career as a film maker and became a co-founder of R&C Produzioni along with Gianni Romoli. Some works that she produced include Dellamorte Dellamore (Cemetery Man) by Michele Soavi, followed by Nitrato d’Argento by Marco Ferreri, Harem Suare, Le fate ignoranti (Ignorant Fairies) and La Finestra di Fronte (Facing Windows) by Ferzan Ozpetek, Kippur and Eden by Amos Gitai.

In 2001, Tilde was awarded with the Silver Ribbon as Best Film Producer. A few years later, La Finestra di Fronte (Facing Windows) was very well received, it won 5 David di Donatello awards (one for Best Film), 3 Silver Ribbons and 3 Golden Ciak awards and received the 2003 Biglietto D’Oro Award as third major box office hit of the season.

In 2004, R&C Produzioni released the second work by Vincenzo Marra titled Vento di terra (Earth’s Wind). The film premiered inside “Orizzonti” (Horizons) at the 2004 Venice Film Festival, and received respectively Pasinetti and Fipresci Awards. In May 2005 was awarded by the critics as revelation film of the year at Cannes Film Festival. At the same time, Tilde co-produced with Teodora and El Deseo, La Nina Santa (The Holy Girl) by Lucrecia Martel also premiered at the Cannes Film Festival. Later that year Cuore Sacro (Sacred Heart) by Ferzan Ozpetek won 2 David di Donatello Awards, 2 Golden Ciak and 2 Golden Globes.

It was February 2007 when the film Saturno Contro (Saturn in Opposition) by Ferzan Ozpetek was released and Vincenzo Marra’s third feature L’Ora di Punta (Rush Hour) was produced and premiered at Venice Film Festival. The following year, she produced La Siciliana Ribelle (The Sicilian Girl) by Marco Amenta and Il Passato è una Terra Straniera (The Past Is a Foreign Land) directed by Daniele Vicari and adapted from Carofiglio’s novel. Both films premiered at the Rome Film Fest 2008, the former won the ‘Alice nella Città’ prize while the latter in competition.

In 2009, Aureliano Amadei’s first film 20 Sigarette (20 Cigarettes) was produced, based on the same author’s novel 20 sigarette a Nassirya (20 Cigarettes to Nassirya) written in collaboration with Francesco Trento. One year later, 20 Sigarette won Venice Film Festival’s ‘Controcampo Italiano’ prize and was awarded 4 David di Donatello prizes, one for Best Producer. Contemporarily, the film was competing in the finale of the Silver Ribbon Award as Best Producer and received the Aphrodite prize for the actresses who promoted women professionalism in the audiovisual.

Tilde spent 2012 producing Il Volto di un’Altra (Another Woman’s Face) directed by Pappi Corsicato and L’Amore Imperfetto (Imperfect Love) by the debuting director Francesca Muci.

One year later, Allacciate le Cinture (Fasten Your Seatbelts) by Ferzan Ozpetek was released and was so well-received that it ranked in the Top Ten Italian movies of the year followed by Rosso Istanbul (Red Istanbul), Napoli Velata (Naples in Veils) and La Dea Fortuna (The Goddess of Fortune) directed by the same Ferzan Ozpetek.

Meanwhile, she was appointed as Anica’s Vice-President (Associazione Nazionale Industrie Cinematografiche Audiovisive e Multimediali) and took part at the EFA’s (European Film Academy) Board becoming a member of Cinecittà Luce’s administrative group.

Recently, in 2021, Tilde produced the first Italian television series Le fate Ignoranti (Ignorant Fairies), adapted from the 2001 cult film by Ferzan Ozpetek and released on American streaming platform Disney+.



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