Giada Mazzoleni is a film producer and film educator based in the Midlands,UK. Originally from Milan, she worked for two years as a development producer alongside the producer Franco Bocca Gelsi (Fame Chimica, Fuga dal call center, L'ultimo pastore), as well as working for prestigious film companies that included hFilm, Enormous Film, Filmgood, NCN, 360FX, The Blink Fish and Cattleya. In 2018 she moved permanently to Birmingham, where she started Paguro Film, which produced the short film Moths to Flame (2018) and Fulci for Fake(2019) selected at Mostra Internazionale del Cinema di Venezia and at Sitges. As an educator, Giada Mazzoleni has taught at the Civic School of Cinema in Milan. She is now working with the Vice Consul to launch the Birmingham Italian Film Festival for summer 2020. In the last 2019 she was chosen to take part in a Women leadership programme supported by Creative England in Birmingham, with Rachel Robey from Wellington film as her mentor.