Born in Rome, Italy, Uberto Pasolini is a director and producer, whose uncle is Luchino Visconti, the famous Italian director. Pasolini worked in the British Film Industry for 12 years since 1983. He went to LA and worked as a vice president of production for Columbia Pictures. Later, he founded the production company Red Wave Films in England. With Red Wave Films he produced the worldwide celebrated The Full Monty (1997), which gained worldwide popularity and fame. His directorial debut Machan 2008), went on to win numerous international festival awards including the Venice Days at the Venice International Film Festival. His second feature Still Life (2013) won 4 awards including the Best Director at the Venice Film Festival/Orizzonti. Nowhere Special is his third feature film and was premiered at the Venice Film Festival/Orizzonti.