Alessandro Logli was born in Sarzana (SP), on June 23, 1992. He lives in Rome and works as a screenwriter. In 2015 he wrote the short film “Helena”, which gained 24 awards, 49 selections in many italian film festivals and It has also been aired on Rai 1. In 2017 he wrote the short film “Good food”, which has been presented at Festa del Cinema in Rome. In 2018 he was finalist at Fabrique du Cinéma, in the “Best story and screenplay” category. Since 2019 he attends the screenwriting course at Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia. In 2020 he wrote the short film “Sunshine”, that won Rai Movie jury award and public award at As Film Festival 2020. In the same year he wrote the short film “Notte Romana”, which received the FEDIC special mention and was finalist at SIC of 78th International Venice Film Festival.