Giulia Grandinetti was born in 1989 in a small village in the Marche region - Italy. She is a multifaceted artist, driven on her artistic journey by research and experimentation. She studied as a dancer until the age of eighteen, but even as a child she used to dream about being able to direct her own work. In 2008 she moved to Rome and began studying acting in a Cinecittà academy. She chose acting in an effort to mediate between her background in dance and her desire of becoming a film director. In her training course she studied with M. Margotta, A. Piccardi, M. Abraham, F. Pardeillhan, D. Antonelli, P. Buglioni. In 2010 she made her debut as a leading actress in "Pene d'amor perdute" directed by Alvaro Piccardi at the Globe theater in Rome. In 2012 she also opened up to international courses: she studied at the Odin Teatret in Holstebro and carried out research in the dance world of Pina Bausch and the physical theater. She graduated in Literature and Philosophy at the University of Roma Tre, with a Master's Degree in Cinema following a Bachelor's in Theater. In 2013 she approaches film directing. From 2014 to 2020 she worked on her debut feature, "Alice and the Land that Wonders", a completely independent project. She won the III Edition of Shortlab in Rome with a theatrical project performed with Michael Schermi and Mario Russo. In 2019 she realized the shortfilm ''Guinea Pig'', co-directing with Andrea Benjamin Manenti and produced by Matteo Vecchione e Francesco Conticello. She works on various sets as executive producer and line producer. In 2020 she made the shortfilm "Greenwater", produced by Nikada Film, with Francesco Segneri and Milana Vakarchuk. From 2020 she's workink on new projects: a shortfilm (''Tria''), a new feature film ("Jeune et Blue") and a TV series ("TheDay"). Her greatest ambition is to experience an artistic encounter between the world of cinema and that of theater-dance.