Francesca Scanu

Francesca Scanu was born in 1986. She studied screenwriting and since 2013 she works as a Screenwriter and Producer with her company COCOON but also as delegate producer for other production companies (Raindogs, Groenlandia, Ombre Rosse). As a screenwriter she won the Mattador International script prize in 2013. She produced several shorts: “For Anna” (2016), directed by Andrea Zuliani, was a finalist for the David di Donatello prize and winner of several international prizes. In 2018 she coproduced the feature film “Go Home” directed by Luna Gualano, selected at Trieste Sci-Fi festival, at Noir Film Festival, at BIFFF and winner of Roma Lazio Film Commission Prize at Roma Cinema Fest in 2018. In 2019 she published for Dino Audino Editore the book titled “Accanto al regista”, an essay detailing the work of the first and second AD and script supervisors. As a producer she won Biennale College Cinema 2019 with “La santa piccola” by the director Silvia Brunelli, premiered in Venice Film Festival 2021.