Director & Producer
Ana Llacer is a Spanish journalist and independent documentary filmmaker based in NYC. She is particularly interested in stories with a social focus rooted in the vindication of human rights and environmental justice. Her works include the short films "No Fate" (2015) and "Royalty" (2020), the latter included in the project "Disappearing" by Grant Cutler, and the documentary "UMA: A Water Crisis In Bolivia" (2020), winner of the Best Documentary Feature Award at the Red Nation International Film Festival and the Best Indigenous Film Award at the Wildlife Conservation Film Festival. She is currently developing the script of her second feature-length film.
Editor & Associate Producer
Nina Thomas is a French/Spanish film editor & producer based in New York City. Thomas has worked on commercials, branded content and documentaries since 2014. She edited and produced the short documentary "Love From Afar" and edited the feature film "UMA: A Water Crisis in Bolivia." In 2018, she co-founded the production company Opposite Sea Productions and produced the documentary series "Tiny Apple."
Director of Photography
Established in Barcelona, Joan Gascón founded Dronie Productions, a company specialized in aerial filmmaking and the creation of 360 degree content. As a cameraman, he collaborated in the short film "Biofocus" (selected in Sitges Fest) and "The Red Thread" (NYFA documentary). Joan produced and was the DoP of "Echoes of Wrexham" documentary and the cinematographer of the Swiss documentary "Catalan Call for Democracy."