About us

C’è was founded in January 2014 through the initiative of Raffaele Buranelli and Karin Proia, with the desire to produce works that combine originality and interest to a wider audience; in order to arouse the attention of the more aware viewer as of the one who is looking mainly for recreation or emotions.

C’è also sees in the film and in audiovisual an important opportunity of communication and of growth of personal and collective awareness. It intends, therefore, to convey through its productions, in various forms, content and initiatives of sensitization, solidarity and prevention in favor of social consciousness and the community.

Raffaele Buranelli


He graduated with honors in DAMS - Film and Television Direction - and completed the Historical, Critical and Theoretical Studies about Cinema and Audiovisual at the Roma Tre University.
He made his acting debut in 1987 in the miniseries Due fratelli, by Alberto Lattuada. In 1990 he appeared for the first time on cinema screens with the American production Captain America and the following year he starred in Florence my love, by Seiji Izumi. Then came films like Piccole anime, by Giacomo Ciarrapico, and Gioco perverso, by Italo Moscati, and tv series, including Il bello delle donne, Incantesimo, Stay Lucky, by David Reynolds, Sei forte maestro and more.
On stage, he made his debut in 1992 with The clouds by Aristophanes. Then he worked on, among others, with Mario Scaccia, Mattia Torre, Giacomo Ciarrapico.
Between 1998 and 2002 he starred in 16 advertising campaigns, even worldwide, including one directed by Michel Gondry.
Since 2008 he began to dedicate to the production of short films and documentaries.
In 2009 he made his first short film as a director, Salomè - una storia, winning the Opera Imaie Quality Award and the International Art Film Festival.
He was a member of the National Directorate of IndiCinema, an association that includes, among others, ANAC and FIDAC and which has designed a new production and distribution model in favor of the italian independent cinema, and for which he also have been Head of distribution.

Karin Proia


Born in Latina on 1974, since childhood she studies piano and singing. Soon she becomes passionate to photography and to plastic and visual arts.
She gets the music diploma at Conservatory Licino Refice in Frosinone and, after the Master of Arts diploma, she specializes in Applied Arts at the State Arts Institute Juana Romani in Velletri.
She enrolls at the Music and Show Department at La Sapienza University in Rome. In parallel, she studies acting at SAT, Stage Training School, in Rome and she attends a Psychodrama workshop with Ferruccio Di Cori.
In 1994 she makes her debut as an actress at the Taormina’s Greek Theater with the tragedy of Arthur Miller A View from the Bridge, directed by Teodoro Cassano, in which she plays Catherine, innocent cause of the passion of his uncle Eddie Carbone, played by Michele Placido. On stage she also works, among others, in Try to call, by Hal Salwen, directed by Pino Quartullo, and in Liolà, by Luigi Pirandello, playing Tuzza, directed by Gigi Proietti.
Her film debut comes in 1996 with Five days of storm, directed by Francesco Calogero, followed by, among others, Terra Bruciata by Fabio Segatori and Vendetta by Dennis Berry, working also close to actors as Joe Mantegna, Emmanuelle Seigner, Henry Cavill, Armin Mueller-Stahl, Giancarlo Giannini, Sergio Castellitto, Burt Young.
She also works as a leading actress for television films and series, as, among others, The life to come, directed by Pasquale Pozzessere, The savior of San Nicola, by Joseph Sargent, Crusaders, by Dominique Othenin-Girard, Vite a perdere, by Paolo Bianchini, Area Paradiso, by Diego Abatantuono and Armando Trivellini, the cult series Boris 2, by Ciarrapico, Torre and Vendruscolo, etc.
In 2008 she makes her directorial debut: a short film she wrote, entitled Farfallina (Little butterfly), screened and winning at various festivals. Between 2014 and 2015 she directs her first feature film, Una gita a Roma (An outing to Rome), with Claudia Cardinale and Philippe Leroy and with the music by the Oscar Prize Winner Nicola Piovani, screened for first time at FEFF2016 in Toronto, where it gets three nominations, as Best Show, Best Debut Film and Best Foreign Film, winning as Best Foreign Film.