Cinzia Bomoll

In 1998 Einaudi Stile Libero published one of her short stories in the anthology “I have something to tell you” edited by Giulio Mozzi, the result of a competition for short stories focused on adolescence. In 1999 she created one of her first short films “Gara di Resistenza” with Emidio Clementi of the underground musical group Massimo Volume. She graduated in Literature at the University of Bologna and moved to Rome where she attended a scriptwriting course at RAI, and the Mediaset school of fiction [1] and began working for television as a programmer director then director and author alternating RAI, Mediaset and La7. Her first novel was written in 2006, a noir entitled Lei che nelle foto non sorrideva (Fazi Editore) and in 2007 she created her first feature film The Secret of Rahil which will be distributed in the United States and Canada. In 2010 she made her second film, the musical Balla con noi produced by Rai Cinema and Giannandrea Pecorelli and released in cinemas in May 2011. In 2011 she returned to fiction, publishing the novel Sessantanove, with Fazi Editore, a sentimental historical novel set in Turin during the Autunno caldo.