is an Italian director. In 2015 – with Michele Salvezza – she founded Kinetta, a cinema-oriented cultural association. She studied video editing and post-production by herself and worked as an assistant on the short films OvoSolo (2013), YouBorn (2014), selected at the Bogotà Short Film Festival, and Gioventù Ribelle (2015). In 2016, she worked as an assistant director and editor on the short film Faithness. Among her short films: I Bambini Terribili (2017), As they were ghosts (2018) and Domani Chissà, Forse (2019).
is a Georgian director. He studied at the German Academy of Film and Television in Berlin, then made his debut with Colophon (2015), his first short film, presented in Oberhausen. His second feature, Let the Summer Never Come Again (2017), was presented at Critics’ Week in Berlin and at FID Marseille where it won the Grand Prix of the International Competition. With his latest film, What Do We See When We Look at the Sky, he took part at the Berlinale and obtained both critical and international acclaim.