Andrea Lodovichetti Pro
Andrea Lodovichetti was born in Fano (Italy) and lives between New York and Rome. Graduated as a Film Director at the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia - National School of Cinema in Rome, he has worked as 2nd Assistant Director for the Academy Award Winner Director Paolo Sorrentino. In 2009 he won the Italian Golden Globe for Best Short Movie with his film "Sotto il mio giardino". Among the other recognitions he received, also the "Looking for Genius" prize (Babelgum Film Festival, Cannes) chaired by Spike Lee. Andrea's works have received over 80 prizes and awards worldwide.