Diego Loreggian started working in 2001 as a graphic and motion designer for Hollywood features, such as: "Hannibal", "The Merchant of Venice", and "The Italian Job". From 2005 he began his career as an independent producer and in 2008 he founded DNA Cultura, company that works with museum exhibits through the use of new media technologies and collaborated with the most important museums in the world like the Louvre, the British Museum, the Hermitage, the Maxxi of Rome, Palazzo Reale in Milan and many others. From 2010 to today he's present as visual effects supervisor and line producer on numerous international productions filmed in Italy: "The Borgias", "The Twilight Saga - New Moon", "Casino Royal" and "Inferno". In 2014 he has produced the short film/pilot Doppia Luce, winner of 35 awards and 50 official selections worldwide and for which he was awarded the Glass Lion at the 72nd Venice Film Festival as Best Emerging Italian Producer. In 2016 he founded the multimedia entertainment company RedString and produces the short film "Moby Dick" with Kasia Smutniak, winner of the 2017 Nastro d'Argento as Best Italian Short Film. In 2017 he has co-produced with Sky Arte the documentary "Ceci nes't pas un cannolo" directed by Tea Falco.