Guglielmo Marchetti
Courtesy of Notorious Pictures
Italy
2019

Notorious Pictures

Guglielmo
Marchetti

Chairman / CEO

In January, Marchetti — whose Notorious label pays homage to both Hitchcock’s film and Duran Duran — announced he’ll have 20 multiplexes up and running in Italy within five years, hiring UCI Italy chief Andrea Stratta to head up a new Notorious Cinemas unit. The company has been gaining traction since its 2012 launch and now has a library of more than 800 titles. “Rambo: Last Blood” and “Playmobil: The Movie” are among the 2019 releases in Italy, and Marchetti went on a buying spree at this year’s Cannes, snapping up Jesse Eisenberg and Imogen Poots’ sci-fi “Vivarium” and the Evan Rachel Wood-starring Hiroshima drama “One Thousand Paper Cranes,” among other titles. The English-language rom-com remake “Love. Wedding. Repeat” is set for 2020 with Netflix.

Career

  • RAMBO: LAST BLOOD
  • OLYMPUS HAS FALLEN
  • BELLE AND SEBASTIEN: THE ADVENTURE CONTINUES

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Cannes: Italy's Notorious Pictures on Buying Spree Takes 'Vivarium,' Ups Production (EXCLUSIVE)

Cannes: Italy's Notorious Pictures on Buying Spree Takes 'Vivarium,' Ups Production (EXCLUSIVE)

Italian distribution, production, and exhibition company Notorious Pictures is on a buying spree at the Cannes Film Market where they've acquired four high-profile titles, including Jesse Eisenberg and Imogen Poots sci-fi-fier "Vivarium," which world-premiered in Critics' Week.On the production side the expanding outfit has teamed up with Belgium's Tarantula Productions on Islamic terrorism thriller "The Shift" after the announced pre-sale last week of global rights to Netflix of their upcoming English-language romcom “Love. Wedding. Repeat,” which is co-produced with the U.K.'s...

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