MYBOSSWAS is a creative studio where a network of film directors, musicians, graphic designers, photographers, programmers, and artists join in the idea that the only Boss is the sparkle of inspiration generated by a project, and lies in the shared intent to offer an alternative idea of digital creativity. What actually matters is not who the really Boss is (Theodor Adorno or Arsenio Lupin, Karlheinz Stockhausen or P.E. Baracus), but how its intangible presence can lead the way to the success of each project.

Federico Biasin and Giorgio Ferrero founded MYBOSSWAS in 2011, involving professionals from differents backgrounds.

MYBOSSWAS is creative consultant for major brands, publishers, international institutions (such as Nike, Condè Nast, Ferrari, Technogym, Einaudi Editore), for which it produces cross-media contents.

In just three years MYBOSSWAS took part in the creation of important works exhibited at the Biennale event of Bordeaux, at the MAXXI in Rome, at the Museo del Novecento in Milan.

MYBOSSWAS took part in the fulfilment of major feature films and documentaries screened at numerous international film festivals (Locarno Film Festival, the Film Festival in Venice, Annecy Festival du Film Italien) as Pietro and Ruggine by Daniele Gaglianone, Sette Opere di Misericordia by Gianluca and Massimiliano De Serio, Polvere by Niccolò Bruna and Andrea Prandstraller, Nozze d’Agosto by Andrea Parena.

MYBOSSWAS collaborate closely with the writer Paolo Giordano, supporting him in the direction of the presentation shows of the new novel ‘The Human Body’ for which were composed original music performed live.

‘Riverbero’ is the first film entirely conceived, produced, directed, composed by MYBOSSWAS as an author, as an independent group.
With ‘Riverbero’ MYBOSSWAS started the series of ‘Border film’. Short films in which different languages ​​intersect to explore the life experiences on the border, which have a direct hit on our daily lives while remaining silent.