A vibrant, Italian, cinematographer, Ludovica Isidori holds an MA in Cinema and Television studies from IULM, Milano and a MFA in Cinematography from AFI, Los Angeles; there she received the Olivadotti Scholarship for craftsmanship excellence.
While studying, she filmed a documentary on autism, Meraviglia, that screened at several Italian Film Festivals.
Since then, her path has been validated by a combination of artistic experiences, improving her technical skills and training
her photographic sight. While living in Milan, she worked for the esteemed fashion photographer, Gianguido Rossi and s
he assisted Francesco Zanot, a highly valued photography curator. Their collaboration expanded Ludovica’s knowledge of
Art History and Photography, as well as her understanding of the aesthetic rules and social relevance of visual art.
In 2013, Ludovica's graduated from the American Film Institute with a thesis shot on 35mm, Bamidbar. The short won the Best Short
at the LAJFF and screened at numerous film festivals (Shanghai International Film Festival, Hof International Film Festival,
Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival and the Champs-Elysees Film Festival.)
In 2015, Ludovica was selected as a Cinematography Fellow for Project Involve, the diversity program of Film independent.
Since then, her projects have premiered at SXSW, Slamdance, HBO, Outfest, Diversity in Cannes and many other.
In 2017, Ludovica shot her first feature, The Blackout, for the Argentinian director Daniela De Carlo.
In October 2017, Ludovica Won Best Cinematography at the Gary International Black Film Festival for her short, Intercept,
directed by Jackie Stone.
The year 2018 started with another prize for cinematography, il Premio Daniele Cipri per la fotografia at the Movie Valley Film Festival,
in Italy, for Ludovica's work on the short movie Peggie.
In 2018 she shot her third feature, Test Pattern, for director Shatara Michelle Ford; the piece, an independent piece about love and
consent, has now started its festival run.