Denise Alessandra Ambroggio was born in Torino Italy on the 1st of December 1992.
From a very young age she was driven by a very strong need to understand what was surrounding her; an overwhelming curiosity about life and the world as she was perceiving it that drove her to a philosophical and artistic study of her surroundings. In 2015 she obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Media Design & Multimedia Arts at Italy's most accredited College, Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti (NABA) in Milan. The strength and talent in her work achieved at NABA earned her a scholarship to attend the Santa Fe University of Art and Design in New Mexico where she wrote and directed her first short experimental film, worked as assistant camera on a feature film and acquired a certification for “Safety on Set”. It was in film that she had found her artistic voice.
Showing great promise and a vigorous work ethic, she was granted a second scholarship for an MA accelerated program at The New York Film Academy in Burbank, CA where she graduated in Film & Media Production.
She has worked on a variety of films, filling many different shoes from 1st Assistant Director to Production Designer, from Digital Imaging Technician to Assistant Camera. She has even been cast as the lead actress in many short films, all this lending to her passion, directing.
Her interest lies primarily in her character's psychology. In what is left unsaid. To convey what is truly being said between the lines.
Unique traits: Strong creative vision, Endless curiosity, Focused, Reliable, Management skills, Strong communication skills, Exceptional problem solver
Film (Short and Drama) Writer What would you do if you find yourself locked in a room with dangerous people and just one will survive? You will find that your mind can be either your best friend or your worst enemy..
Film (Short and Drama) Production designer Romesh 30 is an untouchable Hindu man and works as a janitor at a temple. One day he finds a death body of a girl near the lake and informs the priest of the temple that they should cremate her. The priest refuses to cremate her because he couldn't tell if she was a Hindu or not. Romesh remembers that his sister died at an early age because no one wanted to treat her since she was an untouchable. Romesh feels deeply sorry for her and tries to convince religious leader of Islam to burry her. The imam also refuses to bury her because he was not willing to burry a non Muslim's body. Finally he goes to the church and the father also refuses to help her because he feared that since all other communities have refused to burry her, arranging funeral ceremony for her may cause trouble for his flock. All these failures make Romesh desperate and he decides to burry her himself. He digs a grave and tries to burry her. He finds out that some local kids are taking pictures of the girls breasts. He...
Film (Short, Fantasy and Sci-Fi) Writer Looking for his identity, Will decide to indulge in an unconscious adventure in which TVs and masks will play an irreversible role in confirming the only rule of the game.. to perceive.
NYFA, Burbank, CA
SFUAD, Santa Fe, NM