Caterina Monzani is an Italian-born director, cinematographer, editor, and producer based in Los Angeles. She began her career in her native Italy, working in independent and commercial film and commercial productions as a camera operator and editor. Caterina soon moved to the U.S. to pursue her dreams of creating her own films, and has since become one of the most highly sought-after directors in the industry.
Caterina graduated from the University of Bologna with a degree in Film and Television and a specialization in Animation and Visual Effects. She has since worked on a variety of projects, including music videos, short films, and feature films.
Caterina is most known for her work on the documentary film, "The New York Women in Film and Television's Women's International Film Festival." In this film, she followed the stories of five inspiring women in film and television, highlighting the importance and power of female representation in the industry.
In 2017, Caterina released her feature film directorial debut, "The Summer of Giacomo." The film follows the story of Giacomo, a young man trying to break away from his oppressive family and pursue his dreams as an artist. The film was praised for its emotional depth and Monzani’s unique visual style.
Since then, Caterina has gone on to direct a number of television series and documentaries, including "The Biggest Little Airport in the World," "The American Dream," and "The Unfortunate Tale of Jack & Jill." She has also worked as a cinematographer for various projects, including "The New York International Children's Film Festival" and "The Human Element."
Caterina is passionate about telling stories that celebrate diversity and inclusion, and her work has been recognized by numerous film festivals, including the Tribeca Film Festival, the Los Angeles Film Festival, and the Cannes Film Festival. She is passionate about bringing unique stories to the screen, and is committed to creating work that inspires and entertains audiences.
Caterina Monzani continues to use her voice to bring unique perspectives and stories to the screen. With her unique visual style, technical skill, and passion for storytelling, she is one of the most exciting directors in the industry.