“We met studying film in Cuba, at the International School of Film and TV of San Antonio de los Baños (EICTV). Nowadays, we live and work in Santo Domingo, were we create and develop our film projects. Our goal is to craft creative and stimulating low budget quality films.”
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
Director, screenwriter and producer graduate of the International School of Film and Television of San Antonio de los Baños (EICTV – Cuba) with a Major Study in Documentary Film at the Film Academy Baden-Württemberg in Germany and a Masters Degree in Literary Creation at the Pompeu Fabra Univesity in Spain.
In 2012, she founds the Dominican production company Faula Films with her husband Oriol Estrada. In 2014, they direct and produce together the documentary film “You and Me”, official selection at Visions du Réel 2014 in Nyon, Switzerland, winner of the Best Documentary Feature Award at Trinidad + Tobago Film Festival and Special Jury Prize at the International Film Festival of Cartagena de Indias.
Currently, they’re developing two film projects: the script of the feature film “Miriam Lies” winner of the Dominican Production Film Fund FONPROCINE, and the documentary project “Another Wall in the Sugar Fields”, participant at the IDFA Academy Summer School and winner of IDFA Bertha Fund from the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam.
Capellades, Catalonia, Spain.
From an early age, he studies fine arts and when he finishes high school, he moves to Barcelona to study audiovisuals and media. Later, he studies cinema at the International School of Film and Television of San Antonio de los Baños (EICTV). In the school, he writes and directs the short film “Lejos” screened at several international film festivals, like the New Filmmakers in Cuba, the Clermont-Ferrand in France and the Filmfest Dresden in Germany.
Back in Barcelona, he works in various film shootings and studies photography. Next, he moves to Santo Domingo and directs his first film “You and Me” with Natalia Cabral, film which allows them to debut, but also to recognize a modest and inspiring possibility for the creation and production of cinema.