Elettra Dafne Infante is a professional dancer, writer, screenwriter, continuity and director experienced in cinema, commercials, television live multicam productions and post-production shows. She was born in Rome where she began her studies at the National Dance Academy and where she graduated with Honors in Foreign Languages ​​and Culture. At the age of 24 she moved to the United States to keep on studying dance at the Alvin Ailey Dance Center and Step Studio in New York while learning more about English at the NYU. Upon returning to Rome she took a second degree at the Roberto Rossellini Institute for Cinema and Television and she began to work in the industry with international and local productions such as Rai, Columbia Pic. Tri Star, Paramount, Filmmaster, VH1, Sky, Cannes and Venice Film Festivals, and more. Among her works #9 Speciali Super Quark, (2 hours documentaries with graphic reconstructions and virtual set), #2 Eurovision Song Contest (Kiev 2017 – Turin 2022), Breakfast Television, Ballando con le Stelle (from BBC format Strictly Come Dancing). Official 2022 Eurovision Song Contest Making Of Writer and Director for Rai1, she was honored by the Jury Prize at the Venus Inl. Film Festival for Cartoons’ Life, twice in competition at the David di Donatello, and once at the Bct Film Fest. In these years she has always linked her passion for travel and books to her professional experiences around the world. Experiences she talks about in her books and on her travel blog. You can find her in bookstores with Steam, Gears and Mechanical Dreams: Steampunk and New Victorians (Nero Press 2018) Between Sound and Images (Cinetecnica, 2005) dedicated to music and its close connection with films; Vita da Cartoni – Cartoons’ Life, (Tunué, 2012, book + dvd), or in theater with the Gothic Rock Opera Edgar Allan Poe, the Tale of a Man. She also attended Ron Howard and Shonda Rhimes Master Classes respectively for directing and screenwriting.