Renzo Carbonera (born in 1980) lives between the Bavaria and Friuli/Veneto regions. He graduated with a thesis on British director Ken Loach at the University of Padova. He then took an Audiovisuals Master Degree with seminars by renowned professionals like Roberto Perpignani, Vincenzo Cerami and Vittorio Storaro. All his 9 documentaries have been distributed and broadcasted worldwide. His collaborations include Mediaset, RAI, Fox International Channels, TVE, RTSI, YLE, ORF, SVT and other broadcasters from major European Countries. His projects have been funded by the EU Media and Interreg Programmes, by the FVG Film Commission, Trentino Film Commission, South Tyrol and Veneto Film Commission. The production companies he works with include Jolefilm, SD Cinematografica, Interzone Pictures and Eikon Media (Germany). Renzo directed and wrote many history documentaries, but also the docu-fiction "Stop and Listen", on the best male polyphonic choir in the world, produced by Ticofilm. Furthermore he directed two fiction short films. "Hemingway's Pen" with Italian actors Sergio Rubini, Cosimo Cinieri and Christiane Filangieri premiered at the Venice Film Festival/Venice Days 2011 and was screened or awarded at Raindance, New Delhi OSIAN’S CINEFAN, I’ve Seen Films Festival, Naoussa, Clermont-Ferrand. Renzo's first feature length movie "Resina" has been finished in 2017.