Eleonora Gasparotto Nascimben (7 aprile 1994) graduated at Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia. In 2013 she participated at the Modern Art's exhibition “Controfigure” with AN BUILLE MACNAIMH, a documentary filmed in Ireland. In 2014 she worked with Teleambiente to realize a TV format about indie and underground Italian cinema. In the same year, MARGHERA, a short film, won the COSPE's Prize (for the human rights) and it participated in many events like Venice Film Festival, Festival International du Film d’Amien, Terra di Tutti i Festival. Two years later she left to Nigeria to realize EKO (Festival di Locarno), a documentary about Italian people who go to Africa searching a job. In 2017 she made NUNCA MAS HERMANOS about tragic situation of Mexico and she won the national prize FuoriRotta to realize a reportage about last European tribe: the Sami. In 2018 she published some complaint reports about Brazil. Since 2013 she has started her collaboration with web site, newspaper and journal like Messaggero Veneto, The Submarine, Verifica Incerta (Ed. Visioni Italiane), Redazione Italia.