Who we are
Pepito Produzioni is a television and film production company founded by Agostino Saccà in 2011.
Pepito Produzioni has always been committed to making carefully crafted products with a typically popular vocation. Whether we are producing films, TV series or documentaries, our aim is always to satisfy even the most demanding audiences and to export Italian culture worldwide.
Pepito Produzioni’s film productions include The arrival of the Wangs (2011) and Fear (2012) by the Manetti Brothers; Ever been to the moon? (2015) by Paolo Genovese; Where I’ve never lived (2017) by Paolo Franchi, winner of a Ciak d’oro award; Boys Cry (2018) by the D’Innocenzo Brothers, winner of the Nastri d’argento award for Best Directing Debut; and I’m not a killer by Andrea Zaccariello. Gianni Amelio’s Holding Hands was the most successful Italian art film of 2017, garnering four Nastri d’Argento awards (best film, best direction, best actor and best photography), two Ciak d’oro awards as well as the David di Donatello and the Globo d’Oro award for best actor (Renato Carpentieri).
Pepito Produzioni’s television productions include the series Sun kissed (starring Guglielmo Scilla, Giuseppe Zeno and Barbora Bobulova) and the collection of TV comedies titled As long as it ends well. The latter, starring the best Italian actors, has reached thirteen episodes, consistently achieving outstanding viewership results on Rai Uno. The series is renewed every year to great acclaim by audiences.