Alice Rotiroti is a psychologist, filmmaker and screenwriter. She worked several years in mental institutions, in close contact with pathological conditions that became a central theme of her artistic research. She spent several years travelling around the world, being a student of the great photographer Letizia Battaglia, learn the Photolangage and Phototherapy's technique with the Canadian Judy Waiser, and then she starts to work with screenwriter and storyeditor Filippo Kalomenidis, together with whom she developed film and tv projects for Leone Film Group Production. In 2018 she directed her first short movie: “[a-live] based on a true story ", which received several awards and special mentions, mostly in Women's Film Festivals and in Psychoanalytic society. In 2019 she recived the award by FEDIC (Italin Federetion of Cinema) as emergent author; she was tutor in "Women in Set" (an artistic resident promoted by 16Corto Film Fest), and was a member of jury in Visioni Corte Film Festival. In Jennary 2020 she won the Italian's Film Commission contribution for production of the screenplay of the feature film directed by Enrico Pau for Mammut Film Production (Ireland). Her work is based on researching and deepening the link between image and psychology, Sacred Feminine and the struggle to bring together her experiences in the field of photography, psychology and writing.