Nicolò Mazza de’ Piccioli
Born in Bergamo, he moved to Rome mid-year 2000 to study, from closer up, his beloved world of cinema. He learned the ropes through writing and directing short films such as “Notizie da Godot”, which he submitted to the Cannes Short Film Corner in 2012. He continued his studies while writing synopses, series scripts, feature films and documentaries. When he’s not studying, he’s giving narration courses in schools and writing narratives. The first book, “L’avventura di Juta” (Le Brumaie Editore), is an illustrated fable book for older children. Instead, Humor Vacui, (Edizioni Tralerighe) is a collection of short stories.