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Tania Verduzco-EN

Tania Verduzco is a Mexican director. She has been awarded several times, such as, for example, Best Works in Spanish Advertisement by Club de Creativos and El Ojo de Iberoamerica and won the silver awards at LIA and ADCE, as well as gold at the Laus Awards. Source: www.latino.ciclopefestival.com

Hélène Cattet-EN

Hélène Cattet is a French director and writer, known for “Laissez bronzer les cadavres” (2017), “L’étrange couleur des larmes de ton corps” (2013) and “Amer” (2009). With Amer, she won the New Visions Discovery Film Diploma at Sitges Film Festival. Source: www.mubi.com

Kaatje van Damme-EN

Kaatje Van Damme is a makeup artist, has worked on films such as “El último beso del Káiser” (2021), “Fahim” (2020), “Continuar” (2020), “Éternité” (2016), “Conexión Marbella” (2015), “Un nuevo nuevo testamento” (2015) and “Mr. Nobody” (2009), which won the Best Makeup Effects award at the Sitges Festival. Source: www.moviefit.me

Juliana Rojas-EN

Juliana Rojas is a Brazilian director and writer known for “Los buenos modales” (2017), “Sinfonia da Necrpolpole” (2014) and “Trabalhar Cansa” (2011). With the latter, she won the Citizen Kane Award for New Director at the Sitges Festival in the same year. Source: www.themoviedb.org

Clara Vallvé-EN

https://www.claravallve.com/ Clara Vallvé is the director, screenwriter and animator of “Desde el Averno” (2010) along with Núria Argemí, Mariona Consuegra and Maria Moreira. This animated short film received the Special Mention for the interest of animation work at the Sitges Festival in 2011.

Maria Moreira-EN

Maria Moreira is the director, screenwriter and animator of “Desde el Averno” (2010) along with Núria Argemí, Mariona Consuegra and Clara Vallvé. This animated short film received the Special Mention for the interest of animation work at the Sitges Festival in 2011.

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