Carlo Dusi joined London-based Endor Productions as Executive Producer and Strategy Director in May 2021, and was promoted to Managing Director in January 2022. The company’s recent output includes two seasons of political thriller Deep State for Fox International/Epix, three seasons of period crime drama Vienna Blood for BBC, PBS, ORF and ZDF, and Neil Gaiman’s adaptation of his novel Anansi Boys for Amazon Studios (currently in post-production). In his role, Carlo is responsible for the continued development of the company’s global strategy as well as the expansion and conversion of the company’s growing development slate, including several projects which he initiated and will executive produce.

Previously, Carlo led all commercial strategy across Red Arrow Studios International’s scripted production and co-production business. Most recently, Carlo acted as executive producer on three seasons of Vienna Blood (starring Matthew Beard, Juergen Maurer, and Conleth Hill), and two seasons of Departure for Corus, Peacock, NBCU (starring Archie Panjabi, Kris Holden-Reid and Christopher Plummer).

Prior to joining Red Arrow Studios in June 2018, Carlo was Head of Business and Commercial Affairs for Ridley Scott’s production banner Scott Free Films in the UK for six years, where he was responsible for the company’s business strategy and deal negotiations across its feature film and television slates, including executive producing Bafta- and Emmy-winning TV hit Taboo starring Tom Hardy. For Scott Free, Carlo was also an executive producer on several feature projects including Rowan Joffe’s thriller Before I Go To Sleep, Chris Smith’s comedy Get Santa, Sean Foley-directed comedy Mindhorn, and James Kent’s drama The Aftermath for Fox Searchlight. From 2002 to 2012, Carlo ran his own outfit Aria Films, an integrated film production, financing and consultancy company.