Isaac Ezban
ISAAC EZBAN

 

Winner of the Ariel Award and the Crystal Screen Award for her portrayal of Rosaura in the film Distancias Cortas, directed by Alejandro Guzmán.

 

As an actress, she has participated in the films Drama / Mex - screened at the Cannes International Film Festival, and Voy a Explotar, both by Gerardo Naranjo, Habana Muda by Eric Brach, Te Prometo Anarquía by Julio Hernández Cordón, ¿Qué le Dijiste bye? by Teresa Suárez and El Cumple de la Abuela by Javier Colinas, to name a few.

 

His career also includes collaborations in short films such as Sístole Diástole by Carlos Cuarón, Branquia directed by Fabián Archondo - screened at the Cannes International Film Festival -, Amor en Día Hábil by Martín Bautista and Lo que no se Dice Bajo el Sol by Eduardo Esquivel - screened at the Critics' Week at the Cannes Film Festival, among many others.

 

On television, his projects include the series Soy tu Fan y Gregoria la Cuchara on Canal Once, El Capitán Camacho on Fox, Capadocia for HBO, La Bandida on Sony Teleset and La Balada de Hugo Sánchez on Netflix.

 

His long acting career includes plays such as Roberto Zucco by Marie Bernard, directed by Catherine Marnas, La Lucha con el Ángel by Jorge Ibargüengoitia, directed by Rubén Ortiz - awarded by the AMCT- and Tennessee en Tres Tiempos, directed by Katina Medina, among many more.

 

Recently, we were able to see her in the tapes Do you know Tomás ?, Modern Loves, Getting my Ex back, Crazy about work and Grandma's Wedding, the latter on Netflix. On television, we saw her in successful series such as Bronco on TNT, Un Extraño Enemigo directed by Gabriel Ripstein, Tijuana and recently in the third season of La Casa de las Flores by Manolo Caro on Netflix.

 
Martha Claudia Moreno
MARTHA CLAUDIA MORENO

 

Winner of the Ariel Award and the Crystal Screen Award for her portrayal of Rosaura in the film Distancias Cortas, directed by Alejandro Guzmán.

 

As an actress, she has participated in the films Drama / Mex - screened at the Cannes International Film Festival, and Voy a Explotar, both by Gerardo Naranjo, Habana Muda by Eric Brach, Te Prometo Anarquía by Julio Hernández Cordón, ¿Qué le Dijiste bye? by Teresa Suárez and El Cumple de la Abuela by Javier Colinas, to name a few.

 

His career also includes collaborations in short films such as Sístole Diástole by Carlos Cuarón, Branquia directed by Fabián Archondo - screened at the Cannes International Film Festival -, Amor en Día Hábil by Martín Bautista and Lo que no se Dice Bajo el Sol by Eduardo Esquivel - screened at the Critics' Week at the Cannes Film Festival, among many others.

 

On television, his projects include the series Soy tu Fan y Gregoria la Cuchara on Canal Once, El Capitán Camacho on Fox, Capadocia for HBO, La Bandida on Sony Teleset and La Balada de Hugo Sánchez on Netflix.

 

His long acting career includes plays such as Roberto Zucco by Marie Bernard, directed by Catherine Marnas, La Lucha con el Ángel by Jorge Ibargüengoitia, directed by Rubén Ortiz - awarded by the AMCT- and Tennessee en Tres Tiempos, directed by Katina Medina, among many more.

 

Recently, we were able to see her in the tapes Do you know Tomás ?, Modern Loves, Getting my Ex back, Crazy about work and Grandma's Wedding, the latter on Netflix. On television, we saw her in successful series such as Bronco on TNT, Un Extraño Enemigo directed by Gabriel Ripstein, Tijuana and recently in the third season of La Casa de las Flores by Manolo Caro on Netflix.

 
Alfonso Albacete
ALFONSO ALBACETE

 

Former Secretary of the Mexican Society of Cinematographers. He has been on the board of directors since 2008, best known for The Unforgettable Fire (2014).


More than 300 projects of all kinds, commercials, short films, feature films, documentaries, music videos, alternative, images and much more related to cinematography worldwide.


He has worked for some of the leading media companies and advertising agencies such as National Geographic, BBDO, Leo Burnett, Lowe & Partners, Televisa, and TV Azteca.


He is constantly involved as a jury in various film festivals, including DocsDF, Oaxaca Film Festival and National Geographic Luces de América.


Canon's Film Ambassador since 2011, maintains close business relationships with renowned cinema camera equipment manufacturer Arri, as well as other film companies.


As a Getty Images approved content creator and photographer since 2011, his work is a popular choice for stock images, editorial photography, and 360 video for businesses and consumers.


His feature film El Fuego Inforgettable won more than 4 international awards for best film and other categories.

 
Lucero Hinojosa
LU HINOJOSA

 

He studied law at La Salle University, graduated from LL.M. Master of International Human Rights and Humanitarian Law at Viadrina University in Frankfurt Oder, Germany, he returned to Mexico to study a degree in psychology.

 

He has volunteered from a very young age in projects such as Telethon, work with adolescents deprived of liberty and the release of indigenous prisoners. He was an expert English-Spanish translator and worked as a volunteer for the United Nations in the translation of various documents from UNICEF and the Equator Initiative.


Currently she works as a public servant in the direction that follows up on resolutions of international human rights organizations in the federal government of Mexico.

 

His work with victims of human rights provides MICMX with a global and inclusive vision.

 
Fito Pardo
PHYTO BROWN

 

Former Secretary of the Mexican Society of Cinematographers. He has been on the board of directors since 2008, best known for The Unforgettable Fire (2014).


More than 300 projects of all kinds, commercials, short films, feature films, documentaries, music videos, alternative, images and much more related to cinematography worldwide.


He has worked for some of the leading media companies and advertising agencies such as National Geographic, BBDO, Leo Burnett, Lowe & Partners, Televisa, and TV Azteca.


He is constantly involved as a jury in various film festivals, including DocsDF, Oaxaca Film Festival and National Geographic Luces de América.


Canon's Film Ambassador since 2011, maintains close business relationships with renowned cinema camera equipment manufacturer Arri, as well as other film companies.


As a Getty Images approved content creator and photographer since 2011, his work is a popular choice for stock images, editorial photography, and 360 video for businesses and consumers.


His feature film El Fuego Inforgettable won more than 4 international awards for best film and other categories.

 
Juan Carlos Ayvar
JUAN CARLOS AYVAR

 

Born in Tijuana, Mexico. Graduated from the Cinematographic and Audiovisual Production Course of the Cinematographic Training Center (2013-2014). Degree in Communication from the Autonomous University of Baja California, Tijuana campus (2001-2004).

 

He has been trained in various courses, workshops and diplomas in audiovisual media, highlighting the Intensive Course on Film Production and Realization (2005) and the Film Project Development Course (2010), both organized by the Cinematographic Training Center (CCC), the Tijuana Cultural Center (CECUT) and the Autonomous University of Baja California (UABC).

 

Granted in 2009 by CONACULTA to develop within 5y10 Producciones the Reactive 510 program that aimed to generate interest in society in general towards filmmaking, and at the same time, professionalize people who were already engaged in film production local.

 

From April 2017 to January 2020 he served as Deputy Director of Short Film at IMCINE, where he coordinated the Call for the National Competition for Short Film Projects / By Regions and supervised the production of around 80 short films from all over the country.

 

Creator and Coordinator of the MICA Short 2017 and 2018, laboratory designed for the improvement of projects

short film films that followed up on winning IMCINE projects.

 
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JOSÉ ALBERTO LÓPEZ

 

Graduated in Communication Sciences from Tec de Monterrey, with specializations in film, graphic design and animation. He studied Scriptwriting at the University of Guadalajara and was selected for the Dramatized Series Writing Workshop of IMCINE (2014).

 

Screenwriter at Televisa Niños, in 2006 he joined Lemon Films where he was Production and Marketing Coordinator for a dozen films, including "Kilometer 31", "Salvando al Soldado Pérez", "After Lucía" and for series like "M13DOS ”(Televisa),“ Paramédicos ”(OnceTV) and“ Señor Ávila ”(HBO), among others.

 

He was part of the Lemon Group Content Team for several years and served as Content Director on the Mexican version of Saturday Night Live, co-produced by Eugenio Derbez and is currently Producer at All About Media, performing “Treintona, Soltera y Fantástica” which premiered in October 2017 achieving more than 136 million pesos at the box office, "Inquilinos" which premiered in October 2018 with the distribution of Videocine, winning more than a dozen international horror festivals.

 

He recently premiered “Veinteañera, Divorciada y Fantástica”, which he co-wrote and produced, in addition to the series “Los Pecados de Bárbara” developed for Televisa.

 

He is a partner and founder of Wozom Studios with whom he is developing the feature films “Thingdom” (animated feature film in co-production Mexico + China) and “The Way Between” (written and co-produced by Jennifer Lee, director and screenwriter of “Frozen” , from Disney).

 
Dana Karvelas
DANA KARVELAS

 

She begins her path in acting in advertising by participating in different campaigns, student shorts as an actress.

 

On TV, he appears in sketches of Unitarians on Televisa such as Wax tv and Incógnito, the Fox series "Dos lunas", Mita and Mita, Hacienda del Rey among others ...

 

His film debut was made by Michel Grou in “Somos lo que Hay“ from there they are followed by “Almost Divas”, “Atroz” by Lex Ortega, premiered at the Morbido Festival in Mexico and at different international festivals. In some countries it is cataloged as the most violent film in Mexican cinema, as well as Emilio Portes's "The crime of the expensive Fumaro".

 

Participate in the video clip of the pop group Camila "What life serves me" directed by Gustavo Garzón

 

In 2015, she became the protagonist of the debut feature of the CCC (film training center) Estrellas Solitarias Directed by Fernando Urdapilleta alongside actors such as Jorge Arriaga, Mauricio Isaac, Inés de Tavira and Patricia Garza, which earned her the award for Best Actress at the Feratum International Film Festival for her character “Valentina”, this being the first time that a transgender woman has been recognized as Best Actress worldwide.

 

This premiered at the Guadalajara Film Festival within the Maguey Award, being nominated for the Mezcal Award and the Maguey Award for best film. From there he began his run in national festivals (Fresnillo, Xalapa, La Paz, Aculco, Oaxaca) and international where he had the opportunity to present the film at the Cheries-Cherie festival in Paris, as well as as a Fiction Jury at the same Festival.

 

He won the Ulises Carrión award for best film at the Mix Mexico Festival. In 2018 it had an important commercial run in national cinemas.

 

He continues his participation in different advertising campaigns, as well as in the Mexican horror film on Amazon Prime "Desire, Desire", "Exodoncia" by Lex Ortega in "México Bárbaro 2"

 

In 2019 he traveled to France to film the documentary “Dana” by the hand of Mexican director Fernando Colin and produced by “Le Fresnoy” that same year and by the same director he filmed in Morelos “Life is a carnival”.

 

His first foray into theater came in the same year with the project of the theater company "El Gettho" with the staging entitled "Posesión del Paraíso" directed by Agustín Meza. Participates in the short film "Salpicón" as the protagonist directed by Marcos Guilt.

 

Her first foray as a director comes in 2020 with the short film "La Distance"

 
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LOMBARDY BLUE

 

Scriptwriter and narrative advisor.

 

He has worked with different production houses such as All About, Blue Head Films and Anima.

 

Writer and co-creator of “Los Pecados de Barbara”, a television series for Televisa.

 

Twice IMCINE jury. Independent developer and consultant for various animated series and movies.

 
Marco Antonio Rodríguez
MARCO ANTONIO RODRÍGUEZ

 

Scriptwriter and narrative advisor.

 

He has worked with different production houses such as All About, Blue Head Films and Anima.

 

Writer and co-creator of “Los Pecados de Barbara”, a television series for Televisa.

 

Twice IMCINE jury. Independent developer and consultant for various animated series and movies.

 
Karla Campuzano
KARLA CAMPUZANO

 

Scriptwriter and narrative advisor.

 

He has worked with different production houses such as All About, Blue Head Films and Anima.

 

Writer and co-creator of “Los Pecados de Barbara”, a television series for Televisa.

 

Twice IMCINE jury. Independent developer and consultant for various animated series and movies.

 
Rodrigo Martínez
RODRIGO MARTÍNEZ

 

He is a composer and orchestrator specialized in film music from Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico, born on June 23, 1993.

 

He began his beginnings in music at the age of 10 with classical guitar and piano lessons, it was until the age of 16 when Alejandro began his first compositions and then decided to study music to formalize his studies, such studies were carried out in the Bachelor of Music from the University of Sonora.

 

In 2015, Karo was selected in the film music workshop of the producer Bertha Navarro (Laberinto del Fauno) in UNAM Mexico City, since then he has developed as a composer in Mexican productions such as "Desire, Desire", "Mis Demons Never Juraron Soledad ”and“ Jesús de Nazareth ”by acclaimed director Rafa Lara.

 

In 2018 Alejandro was awarded the "Best Original Score" award for his score composed for the film "Desire Desire" at the "Hexploitation Film Festival" in Canada and the "Best Original Music" award at the "Crystal Screen" awards in Mexico City.

 
Alejandro Karo
ALEJANDRO KARO

 

He is a composer and orchestrator specialized in film music from Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico, born on June 23, 1993.

 

He began his beginnings in music at the age of 10 with classical guitar and piano lessons, it was until the age of 16 when Alejandro began his first compositions and then decided to study music to formalize his studies, such studies were carried out in the Bachelor of Music from the University of Sonora.

 

In 2015, Karo was selected in the film music workshop of the producer Bertha Navarro (Laberinto del Fauno) in UNAM Mexico City, since then he has developed as a composer in Mexican productions such as "Desire, Desire", "Mis Demons Never Juraron Soledad ”and“ Jesús de Nazareth ”by acclaimed director Rafa Lara.

 

In 2018 Alejandro was awarded the "Best Original Score" award for his score composed for the film "Desire Desire" at the "Hexploitation Film Festival" in Canada and the "Best Original Music" award at the "Crystal Screen" awards in Mexico City.

 
Pablo Gonzalo
PABLO GONZALO PÉREZ

 

Argentine Director and Screenwriter.

 

Founding partner of the Paimún Cine production company.

 

Director of a series of multi-award-winning short films, among which stand out "Lo llevo en la sangre", "Sinsabor" and "Ojos".

 

He landed on the feature film with his debut feature "El kiosco".

 

He also works as a film editor, and works as editor of the stable plant of Canal Encuentro, a prestigious Argentine signal dedicated to educational and cultural content.

 

Actor, protagonist of the feature films, Furtivo and Mar del Plata, and a large number of short films.

 

He is currently developing the script for his next fiction feature film and working on the web series PIN PUN PAN, a group of artists who make small audiovisual pieces of "Artisan Humor".