Beatrice Ring is the founder of Rossini Productions. Originally from Rome, Italy, she travelled frequently while working in TV and Film Productions in Europe, Japan and the States. At 21 years old she directs her first behind the scene on sets of Icons (later released as Back In the USSR produced by Largo Productions - directed by Deran Sarafian) and The Projectionist, produced by RAI1. In 1992 she moves to the States to pursue of dream of directing and producing original stories. In 1994 she works for the Nevada Film Commission on several projects as a writer, production assistant, providing scout location services. Nevada lower filming costs and eclectic film sites attract film companies from around the world.
Directing& Producing in the USA
Beatrice Ring marries an Italian composer and in 1993 she founds Newcastle Entertainment in Las Vegas, NV. She directs her first series Giovanni's world of music at the local NBC studios. The series gets picked up by the NBC sunbelt affiliates and PBS. She develops a business plan to attract investors which will become the largest and fastest music production factory, with 45 CDs. and cassettes tapes in 5 years. The records are picked up for distribution in Canadian's and USA's nature stores and also in Korea, developing a large database of international fans, reoccurring buyers and concert attendants. Newcastle's records are distributed on direct TV on HSN, QVC and the Shopping Channel in Canada, registering the highest record of sale per hour in history of music. In 1995, Middle Weights Hall of Fame boxing contender Vinny De Cola hires Beatrice to develop the script and true story "A Time To Speak", about the Mafia corrupting the boxing world.