Born in 1989 in the south of France, Harry Bozino studied cinema in Paris and New York. After working as an assistant on a few feature films, he wrote and directed several music videos and short films including La Vieillesse Dans La Peau and Le Dernier Noël, which were broadcast on OCS, Ciné+ and in numerous festivals in Europe.
In 2014, he won the 48 Hour Film Project competition and went to represent Paris at the international finals in Los Angeles. The same year, he produced and directed Playground, a short film in partnership with the Canon brand.
In 2017, he fulfilled a childhood dream by writing comic books for Les Humanoïdes Associés. There, he has adapted the work of Julia Verlanger (Planètes Orphelines) and the novel Point Zéro by Antoine Tracqui.
At the same time, Harry works as a cinematographer, scriptwriter and director for the Internet and television.
Passionate about travel, in 2017 and 2018 he directed a series of short films with the theme of adventure and travel. The first installment, Namaste, a journey through Nepal, was shot in the Himalayas and the second, Avannaq, in Greenland.