Pietro Venier is a 25-year-old director and screenwriter from Trieste, Italy. After high school he moved to Rome to pursue his passion, cinema. There, he graduated with honors from DAMS (Disciplines of Arts, Music and Drama) at the University of Roma Tre. In the meantime, he was also attending the practical film school, Sentieri Selvaggi, where he graduated in parallel in two long-term courses: screenwriting and directing. In Rome he also had the opportunity to work on various projects, from documentaries to television series, mainly in the field of production. He then moved to Berlin, where he now lives. There he attended the "Master of Arts in Directing" at the MetFilm School Berlin, a degree recognized by West London University, and graduated with distinction, the highest possible grade. As a final project he directed the short film "The Hook", shot exclusively in his hometown of Trieste, with a crew half from Italy and half from the rest of the world, composed mainly by students of the MetFilm School Berlin. He generally enjoys writing and storytelling, which he followed and qualified as a journalist.