Lupin Film is an Italian independent production and service company, which produces feature films, documentaries, commercials and photographic shoots.
Riccardo Neri started the company in 2005 after 26 years of experience in the Italian and International audiovisual industry.
In 2012 Lupin Film produced the feature film The Elevator, directed by Massimo Coglitore and starring Caroline Goodall, James Parks and Burt Young; in 2010 the docufilm A Mao e a Luva directed by Roberto Orazi; in 2008 the documentary HOT - Human Organ Traffic, on the illegal traffic of organs.
Lupin Film is also a service company which offers assistance to foreign companies filming in Italy. It has has been the executive producer of various films including: Third Person (2012) directed by the Academy Awards winner Paul Haggis; Imbroglio nel Lenzuolo (2009) directed by Alfonso Arau; Mary (2005) directed by Abel Ferrara.
Lupin Film welcomes also international clients to shoot TVC and Photo Shoot in Italy. Recent works include Daewoo Aveofor Radiofilm Australia, Hyunday Genesi Catalogue for Hobie & Brothers New Zealand, Brantz TVC for MT.Melvil and Taiko Kikaku Japan. Other clients include Bulgari, Missoni, Ferragamo, Renault, Lactalis, Unilever, Tods and Red Bull.