Carlo Fenizi is a director, screenwriter and professor. He was born in Foggia in 1985. In Rome, he achieves a master's degree in Literature and Language, Italian and European Studies at University of Rome La Sapienza. In Florence, he studied directing at the Immagina film school. In Cuba, he specializes in the direction of actors and in staging techniques at the EICTV (Escuela Internacional de Cine y Televisión). He achieves a second master's degree in Interpretation and Translation in Spanish at the Università degli Studi Internazionali di Roma (UNINT) and he trained in teaching Spanish and Italian as a foreign language. He experiences his first steps as a director and author with the medium-length film La luce dell'ombra (Spain 2008) and the feature film Effetto Paradosso (2011). He is the author and director of commercials, shorts (Umbra 2015, Maltempi 2022) and music videos for Italian singer-songwriters, among them, the video of Non voglio andare via (2017), a posthumous and unpublished song by Giuni Russo. In 2019, he writes and directs Istmo. The film is produced by Tejo, a production company he formed in 2018 with his working group. He has received national and international awards and prizes. In 2021 with Aracne publisher he published L'iperbole dell'invisibile, il codice narrativo del realismo magico, an essay on cinema and Hispano-American literature. He curates in-depth film columns and maintains university teaching activities in Spanish language, Hispanic literatures and audio-visuals subjects.