Agnese Làposi (Swiss-Hungarian) was born in Lugano. She spent her childhood in Camignolo and then graduated in film direction from ECAL (École Cantonale d'Art de Lausanne) in 2019, with her graduation short film Alma Nel Branco, a story of education in an alternative rural community. In early 2020 she finished a documentary short film co-directed with Benjamin Bucher, Zu Dritt. The film portrays a friendship between three Swiss German teenagers, in search of their role within the group. Agnese participated in the Upcomig Lab of the 55th Solothurn Film Festival with her new fiction project, Montagne Vacanti.