Enzo Barchi was born in Rome, where he lives and works.
He studied in various art institutions, among which the Academy of Fine Arts in Macerata where he attended his first course on filming .
As a visual artist his works it’s exhibited internationally.
He directed small plays inspire at the ancient epic like the Mahabharata, as part of vedic celebrations and festivity for Temple’s audience.
Shoot a documentary in India "The seven Mandirs of Vrindavana".
Recently he graduated in Editing at the Roberto Rossellini Institute for Cinematography for which he made two short films "Sogno di morte" and "The new vision" on a hypothetical passage to Rome of Arthur Rimbaud.
He currently attends the Theater, Cinema, Media course at La Sapienza University, Rome.