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The Apartment’s Mieli on the benefit of risk and danger of over-production

Today we hear from Lorenzo Mieli, CEO of Fremantle-owned Italian prodco The Apartment, about the virtues of risk-taking, the importance of development and why too much production creates an unstable ecosystem.

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Lorenzo Mieli became part of the Fremantle management team in 2015 when the company acquired Italian production company Wildside, which he co-founded with Lorenzo Mario Gianani six years earlier.

While Gianani went on to lead Wildside, Mieli established a new production label within Fremantle called The Apartment three years ago, taking with him series including My Brilliant Friend and developing a host of new film and TV projects such as new Timothy Charlmagne movie Bones & All, Supersex for Netflix, Benito Mussolini drama M: Son of the Century for Sky and Ferrari for Apple TV+.

Mieli spoke to Michael Pickard about these projects, the virtues of risk-taking, the importance of development and why too much production creates an unstable ecosystem.

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