Chiara Andrich is an Italian director and screenwriter. She was born in Rome in 1981, and began her career as a student of the National School of Cinema in Rome. She has since gone on to work on films, television shows, documentaries, and short films.
Andrich's first feature film, Mater Natura, was released in 2017. The film follows a mother and daughter who go on an adventure to the mountains, exploring the beauty of nature and the fragility of the human condition. The film was well-received, and earned Andrich several awards, including Best Director at the Italian Film Festival.
In 2018, Andrich released her second feature film, Blue Note, which tells the story of a young woman struggling with depression and anxiety. The film was praised for its powerful and honest portrayal of mental health issues.
Andrich also works as a screenwriter, and has written several shorts and features. Her scripts often explore themes of identity, family, and womanhood. Her most recent writing project, The End of Summer, was released in 2020. The film follows a group of friends as they spend a summer together, exploring the complexities of love and friendship.
In recent years, Andrich has also directed and produced several documentaries. Her most recent documentary, Reverie, which was released in 2020, focuses on the lives of migrants in Italy, and how they are impacted by the current political climate.
Andrich's work has been featured in numerous festivals around the world, and she has been the recipient of several awards, including Best Director at the Italian Film Festival. She is an incredibly talented director, and her work continues to inspire and move audiences.