Enrico Parenti is an Italian-American filmmaker who has lived in the U.K., Brazil, the U.S., and studied filmmaking in Barcelona. His feature-length documentary "Standing Army" was aired by fifteen television networks, including Al Jazeera, Rt-tv, Fox, Zdf, and the History Channel. The film was also released in Japanese movie theaters and is currently distributed in the U.S through Amazon and Hulu. His short films have won numerous film festivals, and "Zewdu the street child" is listed on Vimeo's "Staff-picks" list. His documentary "Container 158," which was funded by the Open Society foundation, was presented at the Rome film festival and has won two awards for best documentary. His latest documentary "Shakespeare on the rocks" was aired numerous times by SKY ARTE TV. He is now working on a feature documentary about food globalization and another about Henry Thoreau for SKY. Since 2004, he has made documentaries, short films, and music videos and working with Italian and foreign televisions.