The Storytellers2024-01-30T12:07:24+01:00

The Storytellers

Nicola Barile


Nicola Barile is the Chief Content Officer. Writer, director, screenwriter, publisher, journalist, he has signed various titles: children’s books, documentaries, animated films, comics; his works have been published by publishers such as Glénat, aired on broadcasters such as RAI and won awards such as the “Massimo Troisi Award”. He has written articles and collaborates with international journals, universities, research centers and dissemination projects for the policies of various agencies of the European Union. In 2000 he was reviewed as one of the pioneers of online fiction in Italy in the research commissioned by Mediaset at the University of Rome “La Sapienza”.

Giovanni Calvino


Giovanni Calvino is the CEO of Tile. Writer, director, screenwriter, he has published novels and short stories, from which theatrical performances and screenplays for feature films have been drawn. In 2018 he won the “Gran Galà del Cinema e della Fiction” with his film “Tu m’uccidi o crudele”. He has produced documentaries and commercials for some of the most important national brands for which he has also signed the screenplay and direction.

Giovanni Parisi


Giovanni Parisi CFO and Executive Producer of TILE Storytellers. Born in Naples in 1982, graduated in History from the Federico II University, master’s degree in Communication from Luiss in Rome, he published two novels from which two theatrical performances were based. He signed, among other things, the executive production of the short film “Tu m’uccidi o cruel”, winner of the First Prize at the Cinema Gala and Fiction Campania; he was assistant director of “Pecunia Non Olet”, selected at the Archeo Film Festival in Florence. Co-director of the historical documentary “Scacco al Re”. He produced the documentary “Dio non è solo” and the feature film “SottoCoperta” for TILE Storytellers together with Bronx Film, Minerva Pictures and FlickTales. Author, together with Calvino, of the novel “Il Muro di Napoli” and of the civic fable “Il Marchese di Collino”.





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