A World With a View is and independent Film and Theatre production company, founded by Christine Reinhold in 2004. With and following “Fukushame: the Lost Japan” and “Fukushima: a Nuclear Story,” the documentary has remained a means to search for the truth. The editorial line selects and investigates universal social themes using different styles of film representation.

The Milanese production company brings together different forms of communication, such as animation, manga and photography which intertwine and complete each other, offering a different and unique outlook onto the world surrounding us. Cinematography, music and editing are considered the fundamental parts of each work.

A World with a View carried out the predevelopment, writing, production and post-production stages of documentaries such as “Fukushame: the Lost Japan,” “Fukushima: a Nuclear Story,” “Theaters of War: Stories From Ukraine’s Frontline”. As a partner of the production company 42, A World With a View works on docuse­ries currently being produced for international broadcasters.

Christine Reinhold
Founder and Creative Producer

Christine Reinhold

Christine Reinhold is Founder and Creative Producer of A World With a View, an independent film and theatre production company founded to develop the work begun in 2004 with Teatro Primo Studio – Film Beyond.

Her first production was “Fukushame: the Lost Japan,” following which she wrote and produced “Fukushima: A Nuclear Story,” with journalist Pio d’Emilia. Directed by Matteo Gagliardi it was distributed in over 20 countries and broadcast by Sky Cinema and Sky Cinema Cult in Italy. It also won the DIG Awards among others as best documentary in 2016. Currently Christine is completing the production of the new documentary, “Theaters of War: stories from Ukraine’s frontline.”

In 2019 A World with a View became partner of ’42’, an Italian docuseries production company. In 2017 she created the Blog PinterMonAmour dedicated to the British playwright and director Harold Pinter. With A World with a View she is associate producer of the theatre production “The night of the Iguana’ by Ten­nessee Williams, with Clive Owen, Lia Williams and Anna Gun, directed by James MacDonald and produced by David Richental, at London’s Noel Coward Theatre from 17 July 2019.