Raoul Bova

Raoul Bova

Italian actor and director. His first leading role was obtained with the 1993 film by Carlo Vanzina, Piccolo grande amore. On the big and small screen, he has always dedicated his energies to social commitment. Capitano Ultimo (real character Sergio De Caprio) is the role he is most linked to, with which he created a non-profit foundation. In 2010, during the World Food Day ceremony he was appointed FAO Good Will Ambassador. In 2005 he decided to look for and produce stories in which he could express himself freely at an actor, creative and productive level, giving life to his own Film Production Company. The intent is to give space to projects with social value, which can through communication, which cinema and television possess, spread messages that lead to reflect. It produces “Sbirri”, a docu-film on the world of police and drugs, which both in the cinema and on TV has enjoyed considerable success with audiences and critics. Presents in Brussels the short film "15 Seconds", against the death penalty sponsored by the European Parliament, the Presidency of the Republic, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Grace and Justice, the Ministry of Education. It co-produces "I, the other" which talks about racism and preconceptions and how the way of seeing "others" changed after 11 September. His artistic qualities combined with a rare talent for making professional choices have allowed him to work with some of the most influential names in the national and international film industry. He produces successful television series such as “Fuoco Amico Task Force 45” and “Come un Delfino” with music by Ennio Morricone. Throughout his career he stars alongside world stars such as Anthony Quinn, Sophia Loren, Giancarlo Giannini, Michele Placido, F. Murray Abraham, Sylvester Stallone, Carole Bouquet, Diane Lane, Sarah Jessica Parker, Angelina Jolie and many others