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Born in Milan on 29 May 1969. Graduated in Economics & Commerce, in the first part of his career Stefano Boldorini has worked as business executive – with experiences in Italy & abroad – in large corporations as well as in small & medium enterprises operating in some of the most innovative sectors appeared from the second half of 90’s onward; then, from 2011, Stefano Boldorini started his entrepreneurial career.

Stefano, is renowned Italian poet and very active in art, culture, and cinema-related activities, Apart from his core area in IT sector, he is very keen to preserve and push Italian cinema and art to the world



Rosalinda’s career spans film and event production, writing, radio,
creative consultancy, publishing, festivals and sustainability. She has
worked on every continent except Antarctica.
Rosalinda first visited Mallorca on a production for actor/producer
Michael Douglas. Now based in Palma de Mallorca, she combines her own
projects with commissions and collaborations with people on Mallorca
and overseas.
After graduating from Middlesex University, Rosalinda worked as a
graphic designer and art director before moving into production.
A producer, she has worked alongside emerging talent and notable
directors, advertising agencies and clients such as Ridley Scott Films,
TBWA Chiat Day, Coca Cola and Virgin Atlantic.
Rosalinda co-founded The Knowledge Film Production Guide and is also
one of the co-founders of the Zanzibar International Film Festival.
She executive produced a competition for short television films on how to
change the world, launched at Downing Street by the Rt Hon. Gordon
Among other venues, her productions have been screened at New York’s
Rosalinda has lectured at London University and Amity University, India.
On Glastonbury Radio, The Rosie Much Show covered Glastonbury Festival
and Earth Jurisprudence, a co-production with Schumacher College. She
has worked with rainforest activist Chico Mendes’ family in Brazil.
Writing commissions include a piece about the Balearic Islands’ Climate
Change Act for The Ecologist and she is currently writing a series on the
UN Decade of Ocean Sciences for Sustainable Development.

Rosalinda has curated and hosted events on Mallorca including memoir
writing workshops with novelist and publisher Allegra Huston of the
legendary Huston film dynasty and Exploring Palma’s Creativity featuring
the city’s kaleidoscope of talent.
Her newest venture, Rosalinda’s Cultural Cabana, connects us through
Creativity and Conversation by streaming live events with exciting
creatives from across the arts, a podcast series featuring game changers
from around the world and inspirational books and other treasures into
your home.