39FILMS (39F), is an independent audiovisual production company based in Italy, founded in 2011 by Dario Lanis, Alfredo Federico. 39F produces documentaries and features films, mainly focused on social and political content. 39F coproduces films with more than 10 countries worldwide, from documentaries in Tajikistan and Iran to the first Italian coproduction with Kosovo and Georgia.
In 2017, Netflix acquired two documentaries produced by 39F, Caffè Sospeso and Food on the go. in the same year, 39F produced Soledad, directed by Agustina Macri with Disney Italia, in co-production with Argentina, the feature film has been screen in many international festivals. Works by 39F have been selected in many international festivals such as the Warsaw Film Festival, Rome Film Festival, San Sebastian Film Festival, Toulouse Film Festival, Bafici in Buenos Aires, Toronto Film Festival and Havana Film Festival.
About the CEO
In 2006 Alfredo Federico was actively involved with The Latin American Film Company, an investment platform associated with The Weinstein Company, which produced many high-profile arthouse films such as Tropa de Elite, directed by Jose Padilha (Berlin Film Festival, Golden Bear Winner, 2008), The Burning Plain directed by Guillermo Arriaga (Venice Film Festival, Official Competition, M. Mastroianni Award, 2008), In 2011, he moved to Italy and founded 39F.
Alfredo Federico is a co writer of Machiavelli, the prince script.