Roberto Jabor



Roberto started out with his first Horror Short Film “Herdeiros do Solar the Usher” (1988), based on Edgar Allan Poe’s novel “Fall of the House of Usher”, is part of the book “80’s The Gold Decade Of The Horror Movie” 2011, written by Matteo Tortora. He directed two successful TV Series for Globo TV in Brazil, and became Artistic Director for the Cisneros TV Group in Miami. He’s received many awards for his filmmaking both in Brazil and abroad. Roberto takes much of his inspiration from fantastic and classic horror narratives. His short films bring to mind Edgar Allan Poe, Guy de Maupassant, André Gide. He specializes in using every facet of film production — from lighting to art direction and soundtrack — to create a signature dark style far from the mainstream. His work has been compared to John Waters, Paul Morrissey and Pedro Almodovar. He’s developed several co-productions for the US in English language. The Movie “RGB”, Official Selection at the 2005 New York Independent Film Festival, was a collaboration with directors in Brazil, Thailand and Croatia produced by Unique Entertainment. Director of “The Meeting” an English-spoken short film, a co-production Brazil/US. Official Selection at Los Angeles Brazilian Film Festival 2010, LA; 10th DeadCenter Film Festival 2010, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. 2011, Director and Producer of “Noturno”. Jabor’s last Feature Film “Anima Sola” (director/producer/writer) has been awarded and officially selected for many festivals in the US, Canada, Europe, Asia and Australia.

Alex Cassun

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Born and raised in Utah’s west desert, Alex studied photojournalism and mass communications at university. Boomeranging around the US and UK, he has worked as a jack-of-all trades in the film industry while developing his projects as well as producing for others. This eclectic experience helped form his highly collaborative DIY sensibilities and free-flowing, run-and-gun style. He began Indieground Films in 2011, and his debut feature The Buskers And Lou will be released by Random Media in Spring 2017.



Born in Salerno (Italy) on the 25th of May 1985.

Always passionate about movies, He took his first steps in the world of entertainment both as a self-taught director and curator of a private film archive of vintage silent films.

In 2008, He founded the Gabbiano Entertainment group, through which He realised his first short film, Stile Vienna (2009).

In 2010, He wrote and directed his second work, Il Paradosso della Sirena, in collaboration with the production company Filmare Entertainment.

In 2012, He wrote and directed the documentary How to become a Serial Killer, in collaboration with the video production company On air communication s.r.l. 

In 2014, He worked for the italian video production company
Barn Owl s.a.s. and collaborated with the London based companyUserfarm Europe.

Thanks to those experiences and to his skills, He started to direct his first commercials.

His portfolio comprises of works which have been bought by blue chip companies such as Lufthansa, Fernet-Branca and Canon.

His web commercial Jubilation Road, shot in the summer 2014 for the company Beck’s Beer, has been one of their three official Youtube commercials for the World Cup campaign in Brazil.

Currently, He lives in London, which He has recently moved to, in order to take a step further in his career as Director and where He also set up a new job as Talent Manager. He’s been also attending some movie making workshops at the prestigious London Film School, in order to deepen his skill set.

His last short animation film, Sissy’s Dream (2015), has been recently officially selected in dozens of International Film Festivals, included the final at the Giffoni Film Festival, the largest children Film Festival in the world.

Ileana Andrea Gómez Gavinoser

Ileana Andrea Gómez Gavinoser 2015

Filmmaker, animator, writer, painter, cartoonist an photographer. Her shorts films were selected and screened in Argentina, Brasil, Colombia, Venezuela, USA, Europe and India. Her short animated film“Birds” was awarded by Instituto Nacional del Cine (Incaa, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2012).CARACOLITO, LA ABEJA Y LA NIÑAKolkata International Wildlife & Environment Film Festival – India, OCTOBER 2015Award: Best Children ´s film 2015

Marko Kacanski

Born in Novi Sad (Serbia), where he work and live. He graduated at the Art Academy in Novi Sad, the group for theater and film directing. Until now he succeeded in making five theater plays, more than 20, documentaries and the short movies. He is owner of ,,Minotaur Production” making independent films and other videos. From 2006 he is working like director on the Television of Vojvodina in Novi Sad where he directed more than 100 TV series.His occupations are film and digital visual effects (mostly Maya and Houdini) .

Worked for main TV stations: RTV,RTS and TV PINK like director, vfx artist and cinematographer.

His works are published in the leading 3d magazines and web sites.

He is looking for producers for the feature film based on Cervantes “Don Quixote”.

He did digital effects for 3 Feature movies
-Sharks Night
-6 Dark Days
-and for the Movie about Radivojke Korac “Zhucko”

Worked for studios

For 12 years he is mentor at least one film workshop in a year. In Slovenia, Serbia and Austria.

Awards :
For ,,The swing never stops”
-First price in ,,Ljubljana film fest of independent film” 2004
– Second price in Mostar 2005(Bosnia) – short film festival
-Third price in Niš 2006 – film festival ,,Idea is important’’
– First price in Zagreb festival ,,Raf’’ 2007 for 3d animation ,,Hop Frog’’

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