Louis Venosta
Louis Venosta is somewhere along the trajectory of a career in the world of theater and cinema.  Winner of a Silver Lion at the Venice Film Festival for “The Coriolis Effect” which he wrote and directed, he began working as a professional dancer with the Joffrey Ballet and Maurice Bejart’s "Ballet de Deuxieme Ciecle”, making his first appearance on film in the 1980 version of "Fame" before going on to write and produce “Bird on a Wire” starring Mel Gibson and Goldie Hawn. He's also a screen writer for  "The Last Dragon".
Louis is currently adapting his stage play, “The Half-Life of Happiness” for the screen.