Paolo Caselli was born in Milan in 1993. After graduating from Art School at Brera, he starts studying Architecture at Politecnico of Milan. In the same years he starts experimenting with filmmaking and composing. In 2016, he works with Austrian director Micheal Maschina at Jonah, a short film awarded the Manhattan Film Festival in 2017. In 2017, he produces and directs his first documentary with Elena Brunello and Francesco Ferri: Bee My Job. In the same year he founds Dueotto Film a collective of young filmmakers and production house in Milan. In 2019, he directs The Climate Limbo.