Henrique Nuzzi is a director, screenwriter, and editor. He graduated in film direction from the International Film Academy (AIC) and in screenwriting from Roteiraria - School of Formation for Screenwriters.
Throughout his training and career, he has been involved in 52 films, including the notable short film noir "Dois Perdidos," based on the play by Plínio Marcos, which was screened at the tenth edition of the Filmworks Film Festival. He also directed the horror short film "Solicita Alma," a fragmented narrative that draws on surrealism and collective unconscious symbolism, which was selected at the Espanto Film Festival in Mexico, the eleventh edition of the Filmworks Film Festival, where it won Best Cinematography, the Fixon Fest in Chile, with an honorable mention for Editing and Cinematography, and the Infierno en los Andes Fest in Peru.
He directed the short film "Anima," which uses human unconscious fears to generate tension and conflict. The film also has a dynamic and experimental edit, done by Nuzzi. He also directed the drama short film "Entre Águas Turvas," which explores the conflicted relationship between two sisters, while also working on the cinematography and editing. He also created the short film "A beleza lhe cai bem," in partnership with award-winning director Marcos deBrito, which was screened at Cinefantasy, Espanto Film Festival, and Manaus Filme Horror Fantástico and Panama Horror Film Fest.
Nuzzi has written four feature films in the genres of Sci-Fi: "Heróis Corrompidos," 90 minutes; Drama: "Delírios de Medusa," 80 minutes; Romantic Comedy: "Sorvete com Tofu," 70 minutes; and Suspense: "Cantos Escuros," 75 minutes, which is currently in pre-production.