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Native of Colorado, USA, Noëlle was raised in France and became an independent filmmaker after first pursuing directing in Theatre. In 2013, she produced, directed and designed a low-budget production of The Little Shop of Horrors and an adaptation of Woyzeck. This passion for directing quickly evolved towards film and Noëlle made her directional debut with a series of genre based short films. She developed her skills and concentrated her work towards character-based narratives. Noëlle comes from a rich international background, spreading from Vietnamese to Polish. Bilingual at a very young age, she has been brought up in a variously cultured environment and has always implemented her fortunate experiences of the world into her work. She is notably influenced by European film movements, and dedicated her life to their study.



Caterina Piccardo was born in Genoa, Italy, and has had a special inclination toward the creative world of figurative arts since childhood. She pursued a Bachelor's degree in Theatrical Set Design, graduating with highest honors from the Academy of Fine Arts in Genoa in 2015. From 2010 to 2013, she worked alongside a travelling street theatre company, Teatro Scalzo, where she assisted as a technical and set designer. Caterina Piccardo has worked as an assistant designer on numerous plays over the years, most notably ones put up at one of the most significant theatre companies in Genoa, the Archivolto Theatre. In the past few years, Catrina has production designed multiple short films, music videos and features in variating genres and budgets, accomplishing an incredibly high production value in all her endeavours.



Miranda Guzman is a producer from Guanajuato, Mexico.  After ten years in theater production in her home country, she moved to Los Angeles to pursue a BFA from the New York Film Academy and a Certificate in Producing from UCLA. While studying, she worked at several production and distribution companies to acquire hands-on business experience, working in the international market and attending festivals like Sundance and Cannes. Independently, she produced over twenty short films, two feature-length films, several music, dance and fashion videos as well as commercials. She has also been part of the teams responsible for films and documentaries such as "Sometimes Lucky Is More Important than Smart: Conversations with Mace Neufeld" featuring Harrison Ford, and "A World Away" featuring the young star Rowan Blanchard.  Her work has been in more than 50 festivals around the world. Her short film "Seven Rounds" was sold to My Spotlight Independent and is now on Amazon Prime. Miranda is fluent in English and Spanish



Born in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Dennis Zanatta is an award winning Cinematographer with over 15 years of experience in the film, television and commercial industry. Dennis received his MFA in Cinematography from the prestigious American Film Institute and is a member of the Brazilian Society of Cinematographers, ABC. He recently won the Best Cinematography Award at the Indie Series Awards for his work on the narrative web series “In Absentia." His short film “Suitable” won several awards and is currently on the HBO streaming platform. Dennis believes that collaboration is the key to achieve excellence and he values the importance of teamwork. He is the perfect balance between being an artist and technician. Skillful at creating a distinctive look that enhances the story, he is an innovative thinker and likes to make bold decisions to bring a unique vision to every project.



Born in Genoa, Italy, Federico Imperiale is a Music Composer and street Photographer currently based in Los Angeles.  Influenced by music from a young age, he has composed and performed soundtracks for short films, web series and a feature film in his career. Over the years, Federico has developed a versatile musical style and  continues to experiment and create instrumental musical tracks of variating genres, spanning from electric to acoustic.