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LAND Comunicazioni produces documentaries and television programs centered around cultural content: art, music, history, environment, territory, and landscape.

It works with Rai and in particular with Rai Culture channels (Rai 5, Rai Storia, Rai Educational), with TV 2000, and with other Italian and foreign Broadcasters.

It has collaborated with Italian and foreign cultural institutions of the highest regard (from the Vatican museum to the Hertziana Library-Max Planck institute for the history of art, from Treccani to), with historical archives (Istituto Luce, Aamod, Alinari) with publishing houses (Einaudi, De Agostini, Treccani), with Web Tv (Kataweb, Loft), with foundation and universities (Dolomiti-Unesco, Caerino University, Udine University,), with important Italian and foreign exhibition venues (Prado Museum, National Gallery, Papal Stables at the Quirinale, Venaria Reale, Carrara Academy of Bergamo, Museum of Palazzo Venezia, Museum of the Victorian).

It also makes use of a consolidated network of relationships with the main film commissions and local institutions and bodies with which it has completed some important projects.

Some of LAND Comunicazioni documentaries have been published on home video by editor Giulio Einaudi (The Gospel according to Giotto, 2005; The cathedral and the Baptistery of Parma, 2007; The stories of St. Francis In the frescoes of Assisi, 2010) Vatican Museum Edition (The Sistine Chapel, 2015), De Agostini-Paragon for the magazine Amadeus (Italian Quartet, 2007).

For the Unesco Dolomites foundation, the Dolomites DVDs were made. Mountains-Men-Stories, distributed with the newspaper and weeklies of the Repubblica-Express Group.

Among the authors and consultants who have collaberated with Land Comunicazioni are some prestigious names in Italian culture, such as Tomaso Montanari, Enrico Dal Pozzolo, Piero Badaloni, Sandro Cappelletto, Gianluigi Colalucci, Vittorio Emiliani, Chiara Frugoni, Antonio Paolucci, Salvatore Settis.

LAND Comunicazioni has at its disposal a vast archive dedicated to art and the Italian landscape.

Approximately 700 hours of material shot in 4K, HD or Digital Betacam.