Lorenzo Vitrone was born in Rome in 1998. He starts making short films during high school, developing a strong interest in cinema and theatre. In 2020 he is one of seven people selected to take part in an undergraduate degree in cinema directing at the Gian Maria Volonté Film School. During his first year he directed the documentary “Tomorrow We’ll See”: the story of a family in Rome during the first lockdown. In December 2020 he won for the second year in a row the 48hour Film Project Festival, with the short film ‘Piano’, that he will also take to FIlmapalooza 2021 in Washington in the road to the Cannes ‘Short film Corner’.
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