Alina Marazzi is an author and film director. Her first documentary, Un’ora sola ti vorrei (2002), received the special mention of the jury at the Locarno Film Festival and the award for best documentary at the Turin film festival. In 2005 she directed Per sempre, a documentary on the Italian female monastic communities. In 2007 she directed Vogliamo anche le rose, a poetic documentary on fifteen years of struggles for the social emancipation of women. In 2012 was released in theaters Tutto parla di te, a feature about maternal ambivalence, starring Charlotte Rampling and Elena Radonicich. In 2012 she won the Premio Tao Due Camera d’Oro for best emerging director at the Rome Film Festival. In 2014 she made Confini, a short film about the Great War made of archive footage from the Istituto Luce. Since 2018 she teaches at IULM University of Milan.