She studied at Mexico’s Cinematographic Training Center (CCC) and holds a Master's Degree in Creative Documentary from the Pompeu Fabra University, in Barcelona. Her documentary feature films The Tiniest Place (2011) and Tempest (2016) have garnered numerous international awards. Prayers for the Stolen (2021) is her first fiction feature film.
He is a renowned and prolific Guatemalan filmmaker. In 2009, he co-founded La Casa de Producción. With Ixcanul (2015), his debut film, he obtained the Silver Bear Award at the Berlin International Film Festival. La Llorona (2019) earned him the Best Director award at the Venice Film Festival and a nomination for a Foreign Language Golden Globe.
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She has an outstanding career in TV, theater and film. Born in Argentina, she moved very young to Mexico, where she trained as a stage actress. In 2004, she won the Ariel award for Best Female Performance by the Mexican Academy of Cinematographic Arts and Sciences, in recognition to her work in Nicotina (Hugo Rodríguez, 2003).
Abiram is an award-winning director, composer, and conductor whose work encompasses theater, film, and themed entertainment. In addition to his work as an artist, Abiram serves as Director of Artist Community for the Sundance Institute, overseeing a collective of over 22 000 artists emerging from the Sundance Film Festival, as well as the institute’s labs and grants.
Film director and photographer. He directed Break It All, a six-part documentary featuring Latin America’s biggest rock stars. He also has directed over 200 music videos and live visuals for top Latin performers, as well as for operas & musicals in New York, Toronto and Salzburg. His work has been nominated for two Latin Grammy and five MTV awards.
Venezuelan film director, screenwriter and professor. Founder of Invento Films. Her short films The Look of Happiness and Breaking Out premiered at the Cannes Film Festival. She has written several projects including Oscar winner Peter and the Wolf. She directed the documentary The Children of Las Brisas, and is currently working on her first feature film.
He was named editor-in-chief of ¡Hola! USA in 2017. He has written for Vogue Brasil, Vogue en Español, El Nuevo Herald, People en Español, Ocean Drive Magazine, Casa y Estilo, among others. He studied Art History and has worked in advertising and public relations. He produced the documentary Patria o muerte, directed by Olatz López Garmendia.
He began his modeling career in L'Uomo magazine. After acting in Mi pequeña traviesa, a Televisa production, in 1998, he appeared in several soap operas produced by O Globo, Telemundo, Ecuavisa, and Argos. In 2012, he was a guest star in the Royal Pains episode “Who’s Your Daddy”, his first English-speaking role, followed by seven more episodes.
Renowned Mexican photographer. She has an extensive experience in producing album covers, as well as shooting fashion and advertising. Her portraits of award-winning Mexican actresses are featured in the exhibition ¡La mejor actriz! Ganadoras del Ariel. Protagonistas del Cine Mexicano.