Emanuele Piano is an award-winning investigative journalist, producer and director. After growing up in international schools abroad, he majored in Economics at the LUISS Guido Carli University of Rome. Emanuele then worked for a decade as a freelance journalist, director and producer specialising in Africa and in war-zones for his company Oyibo Productions. After that decade long experience was over, together with Alessandro, Emanuele founded Invisible Dog, a publisher, feature films and investigative journalism production company in 2011. Co-author of the internationally acclaimed biography "Kelong Kings: Confessions of the World's most prolific match-fixer" and finalist of the 2015 British Journalism Awards with the Al Jazeera film "Killing the Ball", many of Emanuele's works have aired on the world's most respected television networks.
Film Production manager
People and Power
Television Director Add a Plot »
Quand la Chine délocalise en Europe
TV Movie (Documentary) Director Add a Plot »
Toxic Somalia: l'autre piraterie
TV Movie (Documentary) Producer Somalia has become the world's cheapest dump, where to get rid of a ton of toxic and nuclear waste costs no more than $2.50. While this generates substantial benefits for some western speculators as the Italian mafia, hundreds of Somalis are getting sick. To protect its coasts and try to survive, the fishermen have abandoned their fishnets and have become pirates. Paul Moreira travel over the secrets of this unknown reality to reveal what lies behind piracy in Somalia. Written by C
Another African Story
Film (Documentary) Director Documentary on the humanitarian crisis and the conflict in Darfur, Sudan.
British Journalism Awards - Nomination
Prix Europa - Nomination
Premio Ilaria Alpi - Special Mention
XI Premio Ilaria Alpi
International Community School