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Rodrigo Prieto

Rodrigo Prieto is a Mexican cinematographer. He is best known for Brokeback Mountain (2005), Babel (2006), Argo (2012), The Wolf of Wall Street (2013), and Silence (2016).

He also worked with Alejandro González Iñárritu on the acclaimed Amores perros (2000), 21 Grams (2003), and Biutiful (2010).

Pietro was nominated for two Academy Award for Best Cinematography, first in Brokeback Mountain and later in Silence.

Eugenia Kuzmina

Eugenia Kuzmina's first entertainment gig was at 13 years old when she was pulled out from a group of kids in her school to appear in a Russian version of SNL " Eralash " . She was then cast to appear in Chuck Noris film , but couldn't leave the country due to visa issues . After appearing in commercials for Coca Cola , Loreal and Wrigleys in Moscow she was noticed by a scout at Nathalie Models Europe . She signed a contract and moved to Paris at 15 to work with such brands as Cartier , Dior , Armani,Hermes , Loreal , Vogue among many others .... After Ford Models , then IMG resigned her contract and moved her to US , she was noticed by Rodrigo Prieto ( cinematographer " Wolf Of Wall Street ", " Babel " ) to appear in his directorial debut opposite Elle Fanning " Likeness " . The movie was screened at Tibeca and received excellent reviews . John Turturro cast Eugenia to play opposite him in a film with Woody Allen " Fading Gigolo " . Recently Eugenia worked opposite Bill Murray in " Rock The Kassbah " and opposite Milla Kunnis and Christina Applgate in " Bad Moms " Eugenia's Tv credits include " True Blood " ," New Girl " , " Castle" , " The Comeback " , ' Lady Dynamite " ... Eugenia is very passionate about comedy and writes and performs Stand Up regularly at THE COMEDY STORE . Her other hobbies include motorcycles , languages ( French , Portuguese ) , and supporting environmental issues around the world

Sanaa Hamri

Sanaa Hamri is a renowned film director from Tangier, Morocco. Her feature directorial debut was the romantic comedy Something New for Focus Features in 2006, followed by her second directorial effort, the sequel to the Warner Bros.' hit The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, then onto the Fox Searchlight romantic comedy Just Wright, starring Queen Latifah, Common and Paula Patton released in summer 2010. Before becoming a motion picture director, Sanaa Hamri was an acclaimed music video director. Her recent MTV VMA award winning "Super Bass" music video for Nicki Minaj. has over 300,000 million hits on the internet worldwide. It's the most obvious example of how current she continues to work with just about every major superstar you can think of (Lil Wayne, Prince, Nicki Minaj, Mariah Carey, Jay Z, Justin Bieber, Rihanna, Alicia Keys, Sting...). In commercials, Sanaa just finished the huge upcoming Jenny Craig campaign featuring Mariah Carey. Her other commercial works have included collaborating with acclaimed talent such as Oscar®-nominated cinematographer Rodrigo Prieto (Brokeback Mountain, Alexander). Hamri emigrated from her native Morocco to study theater & psychology at Sarah Lawrence College in New York. Quickly after, she became a sought after music video and commercial editor. From editing, she transitioned into directing. Hamri grew up in Tangier, Morocco in a cross cultural household: father is a Moroccan fine artist (part of the Beat Generation)and mother is American. Hamri speaks four languages and also directs internationally.

Celiana Cárdenas

Born in México City, Celiana graduated from "El Centro de Capacitación Cinematográfica (CCC)" in México City, attaining her Bachelor Degree as Director of Photography. After traveling for 3 years with the T.V. series Sweating Bullets (México, Israel, South Africa) she lived in Los Angeles, California until 2001. She studied at the University of California (UCLA), taking a Master Degree in the ¨Painting with Light¨ program. She has worked with such artists from the New Mexican Cinema as Emmanuel Lubesky A.M.C.,A.S.C., Rodrigo Prieto A.M.C. , A.S.C., Guillermo Granillo A.M.C.,A.E.C. Xavier Pérez Grobet A.M.C., A.S.C. among others. In 2010 Celiana moved to Toronto. since then she has shot 8 Canadian Features films, while continuing her career in Latin America. The film "Unless" had the world premiere at TIFF in 2016 She attended TIFF to compete for best Canadian Feature film with "Picture Day".

Lilly Hartley

Lilly Hartley is an actress and producer, she founded Candescent Films in 2010. Hartley received a Goya Award with Javier Bardem for producing 'Sons of the Clouds'. She co-executive produced 'The Queen of Versailles' and produced 'Likeness', starring Elle Fanning and directed by cinematographer Rodrigo Prieto. Among many films, Hartley supported 'After Tiller' and HBO's 'Gideon's Army', both nominated for Spirit Awards. Hartley executive produced HBO's 'Private Violence.' Recently, she supported Academy shortlisted 'Art and Craft' and Academy Award Nominee 'Cartel Land.' Hartley is an executive producer of the upcoming film 'Trophy,' and a supporter of 'Step' both of premiered at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival.

Gerónimo Denti Generali


Gerónimo Denti, AMC was most recently, the Cinematographer for the Docu-Series "Noctámbulos" with directors like Arturo Ripstein, Sergio Muñoz, Yulene Olaizola and Paulina del Paso. The series discovers new perspectives on the nocturnal urban landscapes in Mexico City.

Gerónimo has been the Director of Photography for some of the most successful television series in Mexico. "Hoy voy a Cambiar", had record breaking ratings for Televisa in 2017. "Super X", "Cloroformo", and "Los Heroes del Norte" have had the largest audience ratings throughout Latin America.

Gerónimo was also a part of the lighting design as Director of photography for documentary series "Maestros Olvidados", and the reality show "Top Chef Mexico".

Denti was awarded the "Diosa de Plata - Gabriel Figueroa Prize" for Best Cinematography in 2006 for his work in the feature film "Al Otro Lado". His work in feature films begins in the year 2000, with his Cinematography in the award winning film "De Ida y Vuelta", Directed by Salvador Aguirre, as well as Juan Carlos Rulfo's documentary; "Del Olvido No Me Acuerdo". He has also had the opportunity of working hand in hand with Vittorio Storaro when Geronimo was the Director of Photography for the second unit in the highly acclaimed film by Alfonso Arau's "Zapata".

Geronimo's aesthetic vision has been developed in parallel in the world of fiction feature films, television series and documentaries. He has shot hundreds of commercials and music videos, working not only for the largest brands in the world, but also for some of the most recognized artists, and having won many awards for his work both in music and advertising such as an MTV Award for Best Cinematography for his work in "Como te Extraño mi Amor" by Café Tacuba". He was worked with some of the industry's most important directors like Alejandro Gonzalez Iñarritu, Jorge Aguilera, Juan Carlos Martin, Gustavo Garzón, Hari Sama, Fred Clapp, Daniel Gruener, Felipe Fernandez, and Roberto Sneider, and hand-in-hand with Cinematographers like Rodrigo Prieto ASC AMC, and Checco Varesse ASC.

Geronimo was born in Lugano in Switzerland. The son of Argentinian Documentary Director Jorge Denti and Swiss Painter Manuela Generali. He has spent most of his life in Mexico where he majored in Film at the CCC (Center for Film Studies).

Rhea Scott

As President of Little Minx, Rhea Scott leads the company in the production of commercials, award-winning films, branded content and high-profile music videos. Founded by Scott in 1998, Little Minx embraces artists who possess the excellence and expertise to innovate with intelligence and exceptional creativity, and fosters the creative growth of its talent.

Before launching her own endeavor with Little Minx, Scott was Head of Music Videos at the preeminent Propaganda Films, a music video, commercial and feature film production company. At Propaganda, Scott collaborated with directors such as David Fincher, Stephane Sednaoui, and Michael Bay; and produced Grammy Award-winning music videos with infamous recording artists such as the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Madonna, the Rolling Stones, and Jay-Z.

Scott's first feature film, Mother of George, was in partnership with director Andrew Dosunmu, and won the Cinematography Award at the Sundance Film Festival. Following the success of Mother of George, Scott produced director Alma Har'el's True Love, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2016. Most recently, she again teamed up with Dosunmu for the up-and-coming feature Where is Kyra? starring Michelle Pfeiffer and Keifer Sutherland, which will debut at Sundance 2017. Scott produced the film in conjunction with David Hinojosa and Christine Vachon with Killer Films.

The Little Minx roster includes renowned filmmakers such as Luca Guadagnino, Rodrigo Prieto, Zoe Cassavetes and Andrew Dosunmu. Little Minx and its filmmakers have won innumerable awards and accolades internationally, including the Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film in 2010 for Logorama.

Sheldon Devantier

Sheldon Devantier was born in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Since a very young age, Sheldon has always been an avid movie lover, so much that would often get into trouble by his grandmother for watching too many movies and not doing school work. One of his favorite movies, Top Gun, inspired him to become a pilot.

Upon his arrival into the US in 2002, he attended a local college majoring in Professional Pilot Development before graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Professional Aeronautics in 2010. Sheldon began his aviation career in 2005 with a major aviation company in Houston, TX as a corporate aircraft trip specialist and has worked on flights that with several high profile clients that also included some very famous celebrities. In 2009, he obtained his commercial pilot license and with many other ratings. Throughout his aviation training and he continued to work as a freelance corporate aviation consultant and dispatcher for a high profile clients until March 2016. At the moment he is a full-time corporate pilot flying jets and will be flying for the airlines in 2018. While away from home on trips as a pilot, he finds the inspiration to write multiple shorts and feature film scripts while expanding his skills in visual effects as a generalist on the side.

In June 2016, Sheldon was fortunate to have received training from well renowned Directors of Photography through the American Society of Cinematographers such as Rodrigo Prieto, Rodney Charters, Jacek Laskus, Oliver Bokelberk, M. David Mullen, Don McCuaig, and Bill Bennet.

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