In 2010, only 24 years old, she became the youngest director in Romania, whose film was selected at the Cannes Film Festival, she presented the film “Magda” as a bachelor, the film having the world premiere at the festival.
Ariana Pendiuc graduated the Faculty of Cinematography and Television, Film and Television Direction Specialization at Media University, in the class of renowned professor Andrei Blaier, 2009 promotion. During the faculty, besides the study, she gained a directorial experience working on well-known films such as “Youth without Youth”, directed by Francis Ford Coppola, “The Dark is Rising,” directed by David Cunningham, or “Wind in the Willows,” directed by Rachel Tatalay.
In the seven years of Little Stars School, she directed 24 short and medium-sized films for children with educational themes.
Ariana Pendiuc is also a trainer for Filmmaking classes.