Paolo Pilladi has been creating award-winning productions since 1997, when he co-founded Goodie Goodie Productions, an independent company that produces concerts, film, theatre and the arts. Film credits include Invisible Mountains, Fridays at the Farm, and Watermelon Magic. Paolo has consulted on various award-winning feature documentaries and short films, including Love and Terror on the Howling Plains of Nowhere, adapted from the acclaimed memoir of Poe Ballantine. Paolo has produced countless small and large scale concerts and groundbreaking multi-day arts and music festivals, including the critically acclaimed Dancing Wu Li Festival. Paolo wrote and produced a dance/theatre adaptation of his award-winning screenplay Brotherly Love, which toured nationally. In September 2017, Paolo co-created, wrote and produced Raphstravaganza, a multi-disciplinary cirque event featuring world-class performers at Philadelphia's historic City Hall Courtyard. He is in post production on Vault, a short film he co-wrote, directed and produced. In November 2017, Paolo wrapped production on I Can't Breathe, a social justice short film he re-wrote and produced. Paolo wrote and will direct social class comedy feature Crabs in a Bucket, in spring 2017. Paolo penned and will direct The Winemaker's Son, a family friendly folktale, on location in Southern Italy in late 2017.