Martina Galiè was born in Rome in 1989. After the bachelor’s degree in Education Sciences with a thesis on the value of cinema in education, she enrolled in DAMS. She worked in the school environment and travelled around the world. In 2016 she entered the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia based in Abruzzo, to attend the Audiovisual Reportage course where, in 2018, she made the short documentary “Ogni giorno” about domestic violence. This work was projected in several festivals and it competed for the “Walk With Women” category at the Med Film Festival and for the University category at the Foggia Film Festival. It also won ex aequo the scientific committee’s special mention at the Roma Tre Visualfest. In 2019 she made her diploma documentary “Brexitaly”, showing the lives of some young Italian boys and girls who emigrated to England while they are waiting for United Kingdom to leave the European Union. The documentary was selected at the Lecce European Film Festival.