Davide Pannullo was born in Benevento, Italy in 1982. He grows up in Benevento among the dusty streets of the popular district, now tend chic, San Donato and the parquet of basketball playgrounds, where he will learn to listen and to observe any other humanity. In 2007 obtains his Bachelor's Degree in Philosophy at the University of Naples "L'Orientale" and in 2009 at the same Univesity and Faculty, he gets the Master's Degree.
In 2010 he attends a directing course at "Tisch School of the Arts", NYU, NYC, during which he made 5 short films in 16mm reversal film.
His first short film "Un cappello di speranze" (A Hat of hopes), produced in 2009, wins the Best Short in CineFort Festival in 2010.
Meanwhile he is working in the field of information and advertising by directing and editing TV spots, doing photo shoots and video interviews.
In 2011 he worked as a teacher of filmmaking at the Film School of Naples.
In 2012 he makes his second short film entitled "Dagli occhi di un padre" (From a father's eyes), which receives special mention dell'Artelesia Film Festival: "For the originality, topicality and social importance of the subject and for experimentation in the territory of Sannio".
In 2013 works as director and editor of a reportage "Choosy/noChoise Generation" with Guido Bianchini who takes care of the journalistic contents.
In 2014 he works as Video Assist for the film Janara produced by Vargo Film.
In 2015 he moves to Berlin where he works as co-director and co-editor for the film "#3 min of Peace, Love and Fame", produced by DEUTSCHLANDPLUS.