Negli anni Max Nardari collabora con RAI, Rai Cinema, Amazon Prime e Netflix, e dirige e scrive per molti artisti del cinema e della musica: 

ALESSANDRO BORGHI, GIANCARLO GIANNINI, NINO FRASSICA, ELEONORA GIORGI, MARCO COCCI, NINNI BRUSCHETTA, FABRIZIO MORO, RAF, CHIARA IEZZI (PAOLA & CHIARA) , BIANCA NAPPI, DANIELA POGGI, MASSIMO D’APPORTO, FIORETTA MARI, CATERINA MISASI, IVAN BACCHI, GIORGIA WURTH, DENNY MENDEZ, TOSCA D’AQUINO, ELISABETTA FERRACINI, GIANCARLO MAGALLI, PAOLO CONTICINI, ELISA DI EUSANIO, ELISABETTA PELLINI, JOSAFAT VAGNI, MOHAMMED ZOUAOUI, JINNY STEFFAN, LUIS MOLTENI.

Max Nardari BIO

Max Nardari è regista, sceneggiatore, cantautore, produttore cinematografico, direttore artistico e scrittore. Da circa 20 anni è attivo nella scena cinematografica italiana e internazionale con la sua casa di produzione indipendente Reset Production con sede a Roma.

He was born in Padua, Italy. He would later get his master's degree at the DAMS in Bologna with a dissertation on narrative techniques in the movies of Pedro Almodovar.

He then moved to Rome and got a diploma as a cinema director at the NUCT of Cinecittà and lately got a diploma as screenwriting at the RAI. Inizia la sua carriera alternando la sua attività di filmmaker con quella di autore musicale scrivendo e collaborando con diversi artisti italiani fra cui Raf, Fabrizio Moro, Paola & Chiara, Andrea Mirò, Andrea Ristori, Simonetta Spiri, Daniele Azzena.


In 2003 he created his own studio company, Reset Production Srl, with which he produced several films: short movies, documentaries, music videos, and commercials. He collaborated with film societies in Milan, such as Filmaster e BRW & Partners.

Between 2011 and 2013, Max realizes a trilogy of short movies with reflections on diversity, homophobia, racism, and favoritism in modern society: Lui & L'altro, Lei & L'altra e Noi & Gli Altri, distributed by Rai Cinema.


In 2015 Max directed his first full-length movie, co-produced by two Italian and two Russian studio companies. The film is released in Russia in March 2017 with 470 copies. Paradise productions distributed it with the title Liubov Pret-a-Portè . In the cast: Giancarlo Giannini, Alessandro Borghi, Nino Frassica, Paolo Conticini, Andrea Preti, Tosca D'Aquino, Olga Pogodina e Larisa Udovichenko.

The Italian version with the title “Di tutti i colori” (of all colors) is released to cinemas in July of 2019 with Whale Pictures.

In Italy, the movie is awarded the Love Film Festival of Perugia for the Best Director and the Terra di Siena Film Festival as the Best Comedy of 2019.

Abroad, the film is the finalist of the Global Cinema Festival at Siliguri in West Bengal, and the Festival International pour le Cinèma Casablanca.


In 2016 Max wrote, directed, and produced the comedy “La Mia Famiglia a Soqquadro”, which is released in April 2017 in the cinema circuits Space and Uci, distributed by Europictures. In the cast: Marco Cocci, Bianca Nappi, Gabriele Caprio, Eleonora Giorgi, Elisabetta Pellini, Elisa Di Eusanio e Ninni Bruschetta.The international premiere was July of 2016 at the Tokyo Festival, and the film was the only Italian movie amongst the finalists with the international title “The Family Jumble”.

The film was sold and distributed in many Asian countries and on the UK Spafax Airlines by the German vendors' Medialuna. On television, the film got a 20% average TV viewing share within the first night on RSI, the most important Swiss channel, and was released in 2020 on RAI 1.

tarting from May 2020, the movie has a global audience on Amazon Prime. In 2017, Max wrote, directed, and produced his eighth short movie “Uno di Noi”, broadcasted as a preview on Rai 1. The movie received a 10% average TV viewing share. In the cast: Euridice Axen and Simone Montedoro

In 2018 Max directed and produced two short movies “Invisibile” and "L'amore non ha religione," distributed in 2020, in TV preview on RAI PLAY. The movies were finalists in various European film festivals.

In September 2018, during during the 75ª edition of the International Film Festival of Venezia, Max was awarded the Premio Leone di Vetro as Best Director and as Venetian prestigious personality.


Since October 2018 he has been nominated for the Italian-Russian Film FestivalPrize Felix which takes place every year at the famous Anteo Cinema in Milan.


A marzo 2019 dirige insieme a Marco Matteucci il corto drammatico    Rai Cinema Channel e RAI PLAY.


Starting from 2019, Max is the Artistic Director of Sabaudia Studios, the famous and historical Italian Comedy Festival of Sabaudia (Latina, Italy) co-hosted with Tosca D'Aquino. The show will last ten days, and it will register a great success in terms of the public with a presence of almost 10,000 spectators.


In September 2019, for the second time, Max was the Artistic Director of the second edition of the Russian Film Festival Premio Felix, co-hosted with Elisabetta Pellini.


Il 9 settembre 2020 presenta alla 77° Mostra del Cinema di Venezia un progetto transmediale che unisce musica e cinema dal titolo "Fragile", un video in animazione realizzato durante il lockdown che vince vari premi internazionali tra cui l' Andromeda Film Festival 2020 in  Turchia e il Resistance International Film Festival in Iran.

Il 18 marzo 2021 viene presentato in anteprima su TGCOM di Mediaset il videoclip "I need you " secondo singolo dell'album in uscita a ottobre 2021. Il brano fa parte della colonna sonora del suo terzo film ad episodi dal titolo Diversamente in uscita ad aprile 2021 in tutto il mondo sulla piattaforma di Amazon Prime, distribuito da 102 Distribution.

Sono previste a maggio le riprese del nuovo cortometraggio a tematica sociale sulla dipendenza dai social network , dal titolo  Ritorno al presente. Nel cast: Daniela Poggi, Massimo D'Apporto e Martina Stella.

A giugno uscirà il suo primo libro dal titolo "Meglio fare 100 cose bene che una male", un manuale per il creativo multifunzionale che sintetizza tutto il suo percorso.

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