Carlo Fenizi is a film director and a screenwriter. He was born in 1985 in Foggia. He graduated with Bachelor Degree in Literature, Music and Performing Arts, and with Master degree in Literature and Language, Italian and European Studies, at the Faculty of Literature and Philosophy, La Sapienza University, Rome. He graduated in a second Master degree in Interpreting and Translation in Spanish language, at the Faculty of Interpreting and Translation, Unint University, Rome. In Florence, he studied film directing at the school of cinema Immagina. In Cuba, he specialized in the direction of actors and scene director at the EICTV (Escuela Internacional de Cine y Television). In 2008, in Spain, he wrote and directed his first medium-length film, an experimental noir with a grotesque cutting La Luce dell’ombra an Italian Spanish cooperation. In 2011, he wrote and directed “Effetto Paradosso “a feature film produced and distributed by Cpm film and promoted by Circuito d’autore of Apulia Film Commission. In 2013 he was the film director of Quando si muore.... a comedy for the foreign television market. He received a price in Milan at the 5th International Social Commitment Aword 2013in the section “young talents”. In the ambit of short film, he wrote and directed “Umbra”, winner as the best fantastic film at White Whale Narrative Festival 2017 (California USA). He received a price in Milan at the 5th International Social Commitment Awards 2013 in the section “young talents”. In the ambit of short film, he wrote and directed Umbra, winner as the best fantastic film at White Whale Narrative Festival 2017 (California, USA) amongst other awards. He directed and created musical videoclips for a number of Italian singer-song writers, including the video Non voglio andare via a posthumous and unedited piece of Giuni Russo, with the participation of Maria Grazia Cucinotta winning the award in Rome Videoclips Festival, 2017. In 2019, he wrote and directed Istmo a film with the extraordinary participation of the Spanish actress Antonia San Juan. The film, produced by Tejo, a production society which will constitute his historical group work in 2018, won the "young jury" award at Social World Film Festival and the "best screenplay" at Actrum Internacional Film Festival (Madrid). In parallel, he teaches linguistic, historical and audio-visual subjects. Carlo has always been fascinated by the function of languages. He studied the didactic of Italian for foreigners and improved Spanish language and linguistic, their didactic application and Hispano-American literature.