In the heart of Sicily, where the Mafia still rules, one man and his family-run TV station, has become a relentless voice against corruption and organized crime. The Valley of the Jato portrays the daily life of self-made journalist Pino Maniaci on his personal crusade to free Sicily from corruption with his family run TV Station, Telejato. In a land fighting with itself to purge old traditions, energetic, chain-smoking Pino Maniaci appears as a controversial maverick struggling to stay on-air in shifting times.
After a BA in cinema studies, Caterina Monzani worked as assistant for various documentaries and at the same time she developed her personal projects. She moved to London in 2006 where she attended the The National Film and Television School.Sergio Vega Borreo is a Spanish editor and filmmaker. After graduating with a BA in Audiovisual communication by the University of Madrid, Sergio won a scholarship to attend the National Film and Television School in England and he moved to London, where he still live and work. He has been working as editor on a wide range of projects, which have won multiple awards including the Talent Dove at Leipzig film festival and the Royal Television Society Student Award.