Enrico Fulchignoni wrote a few screenplays during the '40s and 50s, but spent the bulk of his career involved in theater. He founded the Teatro Sperimentale in Messina, Sicily in 1937. From there, he spent three years directing productions in Messina and Rome. As a screenwriter Fulchignoni is best remembered for his work on Zampa's Difficult Years (1950). After the film's release, he moved to Paris and worked in the audiovisual department at Unesco. He eventually went on to head the department. Fulchignoni founded the International Committee for Cinema & Television in 1973.