Riccardo Neri started his film carrier in 1989 covering all the positions in the production departments. In 1996 he worked on his first international film "Portrait of a Lady" directed by Jane Campion and he continued his career in Italian and international productions working for Martin Scorsese in two movies: "Kundun" and "Gangs of New York". He also worked on "The Legend of the Pianist on the Ocean" by Giuseppe Tornatore, "Harem Soiree" by Ferzan Ozpetek, "The Bourne Supremacy" by Paul Greengrass, "Under the Tuscan Sun" by Audrey Wells and many others.
As Executive Producer Riccardo produced "The Listening" by Giacomo Martelli, "Mary" by Abel Ferrara, "L'imbroglio nel lenzuolo" by Alfonso Arau, "Third Person" by Paul Haggis and "Hungry Hearts" by Saverio Costanzo, winning 2 Coppa Volpi at the Venice Film Festival 2014.
In 2005 Riccardo created his own company Lupin Film, through which he produces Italian and international projects. Over the years, the company produced "Nero Bifamiliare" by first time director Federico Zampaglione, the award winners social documentaries "H.O.T. - Human Organ Traffic" and "A Mao e a Luva" both screened in many international festivals, and "Odyssey in Rome" starring Abel Ferrara, Juliette Binoche and Forrest Whittaker. Riccardo's most recent production are the feature film "The Elevator" by Massimo Coglitore and "Ombre della Sera" by Valentina Esposito. In developing status are "The Straight Path" by Massimo Coglitore and "Good Guys" by Michael Haussmann in coproduction with Pulse UK and Person Films US, "Ni Zai Ma?" by Tayu Vliestra and "Love & Anarchy" by Agustina Macri in coproduction with Cinema7 (Argentina), Central Films (France) and Muse Film (USA).