Giulia Caruso is an LA-based Italian filmmaker and one of the founding members of the independent production company Nonetheless Productions. She recently produced Andrew Ahn’s debut feature Spa Night, premiering at Sundance 2016 in US Dramatic Competition, and Myrna the Monster, starring Kathleen Hanna and executive produced by MTV(other), that premiered at Sundance and went on to play more than 100 festivals worldwide, including SXSW, Palm Springs and the Florida Film Festival.With Nonetheless Productions, Giulia has produced content for clients such as Intel, Wired, GoPro and MTV, and is currently producing Ian Samuels’s debut feature Still Lives (working title) and a number of other projects for different platforms and formats.
Giulia’s directorial debut feature Aurora Notte premiered at BAFICI 2014, and her latest short was executive produced by James Franco as part of the omnibus film Holyland. Giulia is a Berlinale Talent Campus alum and 2016 Project:Involve fellow. She holds an MFA in Film Directing from the California Institute of the Arts, for which she was awarded the Hollywood Foreign Press Scholarship.