Julia Maura, Mariangela Pluchino, Ambra Reijnen, Maria Chatzi & Fátima Flores
Julia Maura: Born in France, where she graduated in Communication and Political Science. She approaches non-fiction film by her desire of using image and word as a means to raise questions about social issues. Mariangela Pluchino: Born in Venezuela, she grows up in Costa Rica of migrant parents. She graduated in Psychology and reaches non-fiction film while questioning the practice of social sciences. She also recognises the need to es tablish dialogues with other disciplines. Ambra Reijnen: Born in the Netherlands. In 2014 she graduated in Communication and Film studies. She believes in the power of the audiovisual to create social change. She worked at a human rights center in Mexico using the audiovisual medium. Currently she works as a editor for NGOs and is also developing a music production project. María Chatzi Born in Athens, Greece. She went to film school at the University of Aristoteles in Thessaloniki. She dedicates herself to cinema and photography. She made three short documentaries and a feature length documentary “The Guardian Aegean” (2016). Fátima Flores Born in Lima, Peru. After graduating in Journalism, she got envolved in different branches of communication with special emphasis on audiovisuals. She reaches non-fiction film during an effort to raise awareness around themes of oppression and social interest.