Co-author of more than 30 manuals on graphic design software and online professor of 3D Animation at Pixelodeon and at the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Murcia, Carmen Códoba González is a Computer Engineer from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid, and she has managed her work in the ICT sector with artistic projects as a freelance until January 2012, when she decided to take a great professional and vital leap to dedicate herself exclusively to what she is truly passionate about: tell stories through animation. Her debut feature is the animated short "Roberto" (2020), which has obtained great recognition in the Spanish and international festival circuit.


Colin Hickey is a director and editor from Cork, Ireland. He attended the London Film Academy where he graduated with a Diploma in Filmmaking. Having completed his study, Colin worked in the film industry in London. He is known for The Evening Redness in the South (2019), The Builder (2010) ­and Carnaby Soldier (2006). 


Julio Llorente was born in Madrid in 1985. He studied at the Escuela de Cine de Madrid (ECAM) and obtained a degree in audiovisual communication from the Carlos III University. During his career, he has worked in the films Los Fantasmas de Goya by Milos Forman, Magical Girl by Carlos Vermut, Balas Perdidas by Miguel A. Trudu, Mirabilis by Clara Martinez Lazaro and Historias del Kronen, nominated for a Goya for best documentary.
In Mexico, he filmed Loving South, by Oliver Rendon, winner of the Guanajuato International Film Festival (GIFF) and competing in the Cannes International Film Festival and with which he won the award for best photography at the Shorts Mexico 2017 Festival. He also photographed the film Jesus de Nazarethby Rafa Lara and the documentary Excapes, directed by Alejandro Iglesias Mendizabal.


Irene Tudela studied film direction at the Center d'Estudis Cinematografics de Catalunya in Barcelona, her hometown. There, she shoots three short films. In 2013, she moves to France, where several of her scripts are selected at emerging talent festivals and fiction writing marathons. In 2019 she makes her first short film Un Nouveau Regard, selected in more than a dozen international festivals.


Documentary filmmaker and journalist, he has worked in various media and video production companies, such as TV NHK (Japan), MediaPro (Spain) and Globo (Brazil). For 10 years, he was a correspondent in Europe, Asia and Latin America. Graduated in Social Communication and International Relations, he has a postgraduate degree in Documentary Film (Pompeu Fabra), Script for Film and TV (Factoría del Guión) and an MBA in Audiovisual Project Management (FGV-São Paulo).


Yannick Karcher is a French assistant director living in Strasbourg. He started his career in 2009 as a trainee assistant and grew up to second then first assistant over the years on movies for cinema (Sherlock Holmes 2, Mon Légionnaire) and tv shows (Crossing Lines, Un Village Français, Fais pas ci Fais pas ça, Une Affaire Française). Charon (2020) is his first produced film.


Greta Rixdorf is a Spanish actress based in Berlin. Greta herself worked during her first years as an actress in a multitude of theatrical compositions directed by, among others, Josep Sou. She has performed great classics such as La casa de Bernarda Alba by Federico García Lorca in the role of Bernarda. After moving to the German capital, Greta started several collaborations in advertising campaigns videos. Those who have worked with her, highlight her great interpretative versatility and her commitment to the roles that she defends for her.