MEET OUR TEAM
Winner of the India Catalina Award for her role in Caracol Television’s hit series “Tarde lo conocí” (2017-2018) and “La ley secreta” (2018). She participated in James Gunn’s film “The Belko Experiment” (2016).
Winner of the Best Actress award at the Beijing Film Festival for her role in “Buscando a Miguel” (2009). Actress in Mike Newell's screen adaptation of “Love in the Times of Cholera” (2007).
Juana was nominated for the India Catalina Award for her role in “La ley del corazón” (2016-2017) and will be starring in the new Caracol and Netflix series “La ley secreta” (2018).
This is Laura’s first feature film after working in the industry for over five years. She has directed digital content and freelanced as Assistant Director. After studying Economics and Journalism, Laura worked as new media creator in Semana Magazine, where she found her passion for storytelling. Laura’s first short film, “The Fire Escape”, was part of the Official Selection of the Greenwich Village Film Festival in 2014.
She believes the stories we tell about ourselves have the power to shape our future.
Born in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and raised in Bogotá, Colombia, Cristina is pursuing a Master's Degree at USC Annenberg and School of Cinematic Arts. After studying Law in Colombia, Cristina joined Laberinto Producciones, where she worked as Director of International Productions alongside some of the best filmmakers in the country. Five years ago while backpacking in South America, Laura and Cristina talked about making a film that would empower women. Now is the time to make it happen.
Sindy López is a film and TV producer with over five years of experience. She was a New Media Journalist for Semana Magazine in 2012 before joining the Film Commission at the Ministry of Culture of Colombia. During her five years in the public institution she was in charge of evaluating film projects to receive private investment and donation under the context of the Film Law. In 2014 she founded Cinetiqueta Films.
Angélica was the Production Designer of the Academy Award nominated film “Embrace of the Serpent” (2015). She has collaborated with acclaimed Colombian director Ciro Guerra on many occasions, and will bring life to the universe of Palos Verdes.
David is an Spanish Cinematographer that recently worked in Samir Olivero’s “Bad Lucky Goat” (2017), part of the Official Selection of SXSW. His work as cinematographer was praised by critics in Variety and IndieWire. He has worked for some of Colombia’s biggest clients such as Dynamo and NatGeo.
After studying Film and Business at Tulane University in New Orleans, Nicolás Blanco moved to New York City where he worked in Public Relations and Production at companies such as Havas and EyeFull Media. He believes in responsible storytelling and that films should help us grow collectively as a society.