Liliana Sabina Lasprilla (Venezuela, 1987). In 2009 she started her career in the production of fiction film projects, at ECAM - Cinema School of Madrid, where she produced her first short films.
Then, in the following years, between Spain and Portugal, she participated in several feature films, from major American productions to projects with no resources, and also through the organization of film festivals.
At the end of 2012, Liliana also started her path through the production of documentaries projects like "Tanger Gool," by Juan Gautier, shot between Spain and Morocco and "Verbenas" by Ana Rodrigues, selected at Bafici Film Festival (AR) and Documenta Madrid (ES), among others. Back in Portugal, she continued to work in the production of documentaries, area in which she fell in love.
She is currently a member of EDN - European Documentary Network and the producer of Pixbee since 2014, where she is responsible for the networking and the development of film projects. So far she produced the documentary "Brothers" and "Special - an ocean away from home," this latest project in the current phase of post-production.
Pedro is a director, cultural programmer and teacher in the fields of artistic creation, documentary and experimental film, directed several films with the support of ICA / RTP - documentaries, fiction and advertising spots. Co-artistic director of Vo'Arte and co-founder of the Teatro Meridional Company, he is a consultant and coordinator of several cultural projects.
Integrated team member of European projects Fragile, Unlimited and European Video Dance Heritage (EVDH). Co-director of the International Festivals InShadow, InArte and InMotion - Cinema and Dance, and programmer of Olhares Frontais at Encontros de Viana Film Festival for 15 years, also collaborating with the Filmes do Homem Film Festival. His artistic project focuses increasingly in a practice with a social dimension through the intersection of people with special needs and professional artists.
He’s been intensely dedicated to the pedagogical field for the last 24 years, running laboratories dedicated to creation and experimentation, both documentary and fiction, teacher in the areas of filmmaking, transdisciplinary narratives and the relation of performance with technologies in ESTAL, IPA, AM and EscreverEscrever . Teacher at the Documentary Film Masters’ degree from ESMAE (Porto) for 8 years and teaching coordinator at ETIC for 18 years, where he was creative director, and now cooperates in the implementation of the new HND courses certified by the world's largest educational entity: Pearson. Orchestrator and director of several projects in theatre, choreography and performance, he won numerous awards for his film, photographic and transdisciplinary work in Portugal and abroad. Co-creator of the project Generation Soma, supported by the PARTIS Program - Social integration through artistic practices, from the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation. He is currently a doctoral candidate at the University of Lisbon (UL) in performing arts and moving image, an investigator at GECAPA in the experimental areas of intersection between body and image, and he is filming his new documentary project.
Rama Jarmakani (30) fled from Syria to Germany 2 years ago.
Back in Syria she worked for the BBC and Al-Jazeera. Now she is living in Berlin and works as a freelance journalist, among others for the online newspaper Bento, BBC (arabic) and supports the Berlin-producers, who are responsible for #MyEscape. She supports the company as translator and journalist for various projects about refugees and Syrian culture in Berlin.
Sergio Braz d'Almeida graduated in Cinema and Video at ESAP (Porto) and studied at FAMU (Czech Rep.) on a scholarship from FCFE; He studied Documentary film at the USC School of Cinematic Arts (Los Angeles) and attended the GULBENKIAN staging course and painting course at Ar.Co.
Director of two short films: "Plastic Hearts" and "Satellites", directed stage videos for the band Humanos. He has mostly worked as a cinematographer for film and television.