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Colorado Film
TypeSubsidiary
Founded1986; 36 years ago (1986)
FounderMaurizio Totti
Gabriele Salvatores
Diego Abatantuono
Headquarters
Key people
Alessandro Usai (CEO)[1]
ProductsFilms and distribution
OwnerParamount Global (30%)[2]
ParentParamount Networks EMEAA (30%)
Iginio Straffi (70%)
Websitewww.rbw.it/en/about/the-group/colorado/

Colorado Film is a film production company founded by Maurizio Totti, Gabriele Salvatores, and Diego Abatantuono in 1986. The company develops its business in film and television production, art management, publishing, and music. It is the main subsidiary of Gruppo Iven S.p.A. (the Iven Group).

On 26 July 2017, Rainbow S.p.A. (an Italian studio co-owned by Iginio Straffi and Viacom) acquired a majority stake in Gruppo Iven, bringing Colorado Film under its control. The acquisition made Colorado Film a part of Viacom International Media Networks Italia (now known as Paramount Networks Italia).[2][3]

In June 2022, Rainbow purchased the remaining stakes in Colorado, bringing its ownership to 100%.[4]

Filmography

Films productions

Television productions

Title Start date Network
Colorado 2003–19 Italia 1
Quo vadis, baby? 2008
All Stars 2010
Area Paradiso 2012 Canale 5
Scorie 2007–09 Rai 2
Colorado - 'Sto classico 2012 Italia 1
Il Sesto Senso 2014 La5
Eccezionale veramente 2016–17 Italia 1

Associated projects

Title Start date Network
Colorado 2003–19 Italia 1
Quo vadis, baby? 2008
All Stars 2010
Area Paradiso 2012 Canale 5
Scorie 2007–09 Rai 2
Colorado - 'Sto classico 2012 Italia 1
Il Sesto Senso 2014 La5
Eccezionale veramente 2016–17 Italia 1

References

  1. ^ "Colorado Film looking for partners for live-action 3D film".
  2. ^ a b Andrea, Montanari (21 August 2017). "Rainbow-Viacom compra la Colorado" (PDF). MF Milano Finanza. Archived from the original (PDF) on 20 August 2018.
  3. ^ "RAINBOW ACQUIRES THE IVEN S.P.A. GROUP". Licensing Magazine. 2017-07-26. Retrieved 2021-12-17.
  4. ^ Biondi, Andrea (2022-06-12). "Le fatine Winx dall'animazione ai film: alla Rainbow il 100% di Colorado". Il Sole 24 ORE (in Italian). Retrieved 2022-06-23.

Notes

  1. ^ colorado About us.pdf