Carlo Degli Esposti
Palomar, founded by Carlo Degli Esposti in 1986, is one of the oldest independent Italian television and cinema production companies, a market leader in Italy in the drama sector for the main TV networks. Since its inception, Palomar has worked across television and cinema, producing dramas, docudramas, movies, information programs and entertainment. So far, more than 100 productions have been completed and distributed, providing some of the most successful prime time TV dramas of the last ten years. For TV, amongst other titles, Palomar is the producer of Detective Montalbano, The Young Montalbano, Murders at BarLume, Braccialetti Rossi, Maltese, TV movie collection C’era una volta Vigata and The Name of the Rose, the TV adaptation of Umberto Eco’s internationally acclaimed book. On the film side, the company has produced award winning movies like Leopardi, The Fury of the Patient Man, The Happy Prince and Piranhas.