STEFANO CIPANI

Stefano was raised in Salo’, a small italian town, most known for Pasolini’s controversial film “120 days of Sodom”. He grew up studying art at the high school, writing and drawing. After four years at the University of Bologna, where he studied film history and criticism, he became a part of SPK STUDIOS film and art collective. Since then he worked in different positions in feature films and also directed a number of short movies and music videos. After his graduation he moved to Los Angeles to attend a master in film making. During his time at the New York Film Academy at universal Studios he shoot two shorts: “Napoleon’s Charm” and “While God Is Watching Us” winner as best film at the Salento Finibus Terrae IFF 2012.