Stefania Capobianco has cultivated the passion for writing from early adolescence, winning some literary awards, the first one when she was twelve. She moved to Rome, where she graduated with honors in "Performing Arts and the Science of Performance” in Sapienza University and attended a master's degree in "Marketing and digital communication” and some specialization courses such as "Techniques and strategies for audiovisual editing- Avid”. In 2013 Stefania Capobianco wrote "In-Contro", a story published by Vittorino Testa in the anthology "Twenty stories around Brian Wilson and Smile".
In 2013 she joined the roman film production company FG Pictures, becoming producer and co-author of the documentary directed by Francesco Gagliardi Mediterranean diet example to the world (2015) with Franco Nero, on the Mediterranean diet. Created in collaboration with RAI Cinema and presented in world premiere at the Milan EXPO, for its high socio-cultural value, the film has been screened at the UNESCO headquarters in Paris and, selected in competition at the 72nd Salerno International Film Festival, won the "Best Film" category award in the "Discovery Campania" section.
In 2018 Stefania Capobianco has written and directed the comedy Mò Vi Mento - Lira di Achille, presented at the 75th Venice Film Festival in the section "Venice Production Bridge", at the 20th edition of the Naples Film Festival in the section "Close Encounters" and winner as "Best Film" at the 72nd Salerno International Film Festival.
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