Luisa Novo


Luisa Novo


Born in Cascavel, Brazil. Luisa Novo graduated in filmmaking from the Federal University of Santa Catarina, spending a semester at NYU. In 2011 she relocated to Los Angeles to continue her education at The New York Film Academy and UCLA. Luisa has directed a number of films both in Brazil and the US. She has previously worked with Daniela and Lidia in another short film she directed, Food For Thoughts.

Pipo Wagner


Born in Cali, Colombia. Pipo moved to Argentina to graduate in Business management and later specialized in Media and Entertainment. After working on two tv shows on National Television he relocated to Los Angeles in 2013, where he has been working on different media productions including Feature Films, Commercials, and Web-Tv. He continued his education in Entertainment and Producing at UCLA.

James Wilson


James is cinematographer who got his start at an early age in high school. As an introvert, he found photography as a way to express himself creatively. Since graduating from CSU Long Beach in 2015, he has been working as a cinematographer and gaffer in the LA film industry.

Daniela Shaw


Born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Daniela graduated in filmmaking and later moved to Los Angeles to step up her producing career. With 7 features already completed (Minutes Past, Experimenter), she is always looking for exciting projects. She is currently working as a production coordinator at FJ Productions and at the Los Angeles Brazilian Film Festival.

Flávia Vieira

Costumes & Make Up

Born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Flavia Vieira graduated in journalism at Univercidade. She also has specializations in Fashion journalism and Styling from SENAC-RJ. In 2012 she relocated to Los Angeles to pursue an education as a Make-up artist obtaining a Masters degree from MUD School (Make-Up Designory).

Lidia Damatto


Born in São Paulo, Brazil, Lidia Damatto Moreira graduated in Cinema from Fundação Armando Álvares Penteado (FAAP). In 2011 she relocated to Los Angeles to continue her education at The New York Film Academy and UCLA. She has an extensive backgroung of experience in production having produced a number of films and film festivals. Lidia has worked with Luisa and Daniela before in the short film Food For Thoughts.

Pierre Beaufrand

Production Designer

Pierre Beaufrand was born in NY. He graduated in 2014 with a Bachelor's in Graphic Design. In 2009, he was a Junior Graphic Designer at a company called Creanda Plus. He was the assistant to the head of the art department and got to create ideas and pitch them to the team. In 2010, he left that company and created his own company where he sold sketchbooks that he designed and hand made himself. At the same time he as running his own business, he worked in a company called Artefacto as the main Motion Animator. He came to LA in late 2014 working as a freelancer doing credits for short films. He also have done numerous posters for short films.

Marco Duboc



The musician and composer Marco Duboc has as his main characteristics an acute look and careful observation, which make his works icons of creativity. He has been focusing his career on production of soundtracks for films, commercials and theatrical shows. With his experience as an actor he always brings with himself an exceptional sensibility to understand the plots of plays and movies. His first soundtrack was produced in 2008 for the show  “O Gran Circo”. It was followed by the thriller “Equus”.

In the years to come he was involved in new original songs and soundtracks for several shows and short films, like “Absent”, “Reflect Drunk”, “Dry”, “The Dress” (was an official selection at the Los Angeles Brazilian Film Festival in 2016) and “Alegria”, which won Best Film at the Festival Cine Al Mar in Colombia. Duboc has also composed for commercials of important brands, such as HSBC, Quantum, Sony Vaio.

In 2015, Marco Duboc was endorsed by TOKAI, the greatest maker of digital pianos and electronic organs in Latin America.