Serena Porcher-Carli

Serena Porcher-Carli



Serena Porcher-Carli is an accomplished Italian film director and cinematographer. She has worked on a number of Italian films, television series, and documentaries.

Born in Rome in 1985, Porcher-Carli studied at the prestigious Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia, the oldest film school in Italy. After graduating in 2008, she worked as a freelance film editor for a number of Italian television channels.

In 2013, Porcher-Carli made her directorial debut with the feature film “Amore a Prima Vista” (Love at First Sight), which premiered at the Venice International Film Festival. The film was well-received, and she went on to direct a number of other feature films, including “L’isola delle Ceneri” (The Island of Ashes) in 2014, and “L’ultima Luna” (The Last Moon) in 2016.

In addition to her feature films, Porcher-Carli has directed several documentaries, including “Viaggio in Sicilia” (Trip to Sicily) in 2015 and “L’ultimo Viaggio” (The Last Trip) in 2018. She has also directed several television series, including “La Vita è Bellissima” (Life is Beautiful) in 2016 and “Mare di Sogni” (Sea of Dreams) in 2019.

Porcher-Carli has won a number of awards for her work, including the Best Director award at the Rome International Film Festival in 2016 and the Golden Globe for Best Documentary in 2018. She has also been nominated for a number of other awards, including the David di Donatello award for Best Director in 2017.

Porcher-Carli is known for her ability to combine a unique visual style with powerful storytelling. Her work is thoughtful and moving, and she continues to be one of the most talented directors working in Italy today.

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