Alice DC

Author & Screenwriter

From Tuscany, Italy. Screenwriter by day and creative writer by night, Alice loves cinema deeply, especially dystopian and sci-fi, which are her favorite genres to write. She writes a lot about all the things that she loves, and Magnolia is her debut as creative writer, first novel of the Hearts on Fire Series. Her last work as screenwriter instead is called Memoria and it is ready to become a movie produced in 2020 in the United States. Together with her husband she founded Castle View Studio, an independent production company.

  • -Suspensum _ Medium-Lenght Film

    Fantasy drama selected for the 68th Cannes Film Festival in the Short Film Corner section.

  • -Apeiron _ Concept science fiction genre trailer

    Winner of 12 awards at international festivals

  • -Memoria _ Science fiction genre films

    Presented at the 71st Cannes Film Festival and in the pre-production phase.
    Screenplay entered among the finalists at the SCREENCRAFT 2017 (USA) competition.


For me it's the equal of “breathing”. Like oxygen passes through our lungs, writing flows inside me like a lymph, nourishing my life since I learned to do it.


Reading is my heart, which beats new emotions in every new story, and allows me to travel inside infinite worlds every time I want, without ever getting tired.


I like keeping trace of important moments during a good day, a particular place, or even an object that awakes some kind of memory in me, and why not, maybe also the inspiration for a new story.


I love getting in touch with my readers and with everyone I meet along my creative path. Sometimes it can be the beginning of a special bond that will endure besides time and distance.


I always sing. I do it everywhere. At home, in my car, in the supermarket, sometimes even while I'm walking down the street! Someone says I got a beautiful voice. I don't know, I just feel that singing makes me happy.


I wish I had more time to see the beauty that this world is. I dream about visiting North Cape and living for some time in Alaska. I really like snowy places, even if also Maldives are not so bad!

There's always room for a story that can transport people to another place.

J.K. Rowling