Eugenia Tempesta is an actress, songwriter, and producer born in Italy raised around Europe and based in the United States since 2012, first in New York City, then in Los Angeles. Eugenia is best known for having acted in films such as 'Zoolander 2' (directed by Ben Stiller), 'Tales of Mexico' (directed by Oscar-Nominee Carlos Bolado), 'L'Ispettore Coliandro' (directed by Manetti Bros.), and Il Premio' (directed by Alessandro Gassmann). For her performance in 'Tales of Mexico', Eugenia was shortlisted by the Mexican Academy as Best Supporting Actress. As a songwriter, Eugenia is the lead singer of the dream-pop duo 2 STORY CABIN and is releasing the band's new EP 'Odd Future' at the beginning of 2023.
David M. Night Maire is a creative independent filmmaker – Writer, Director, Producer – who’s gritty, character-driven films have received endorsements and worldwide acclaim. With a decade of industry experience pitching, collaborating and consulting on projects of fluctuating scopes, from shoestring micro-budget music videos to nine-figure studio blockbusters, David has carved himself a niche within the genre-based film circuit.
David Co-Founded and helmed AireBedd, a perspicacious production company banner under which he premiered music videos on MTV and Glamour, and produced content for the likes of Moët Hennessy . Louis Vuitton, Red Bull and the Leslie-Lohman Museum, amongst others. Moreover, David M. Night Maire has garnered thousands of laurels and awards for the many short films he’s Directed and Produced, including the recent Zeno Mountain Award from the Miami Film Festival for “My Daughter Yoshiko” (2019) by BAFTA-nominated director Brian Blum. His cultivated persona and visual aesthetic have also precipitated invitations to Program and Judge diverse film festivals across the United States, including Shriekfest Horror Film Festival, DC Shorts International Film Festival & Screenplay Competition, and the PA Indie Shorts Film Festival.
George Chiang wrote, composed and produced the musical and film Golden Lotus and the music video for his song A World Away (Remix). Both projects have won dozens of awards internationally.
George is also an actor who has appeared in films such as McKenna Shoots for the Stars and Disney’s Eloise at the Plaza and he authored the book, The Railroad Adventures of Chen Sing.
George resides in Toronto, Canada.
Born and raised in Florence (Italy), Massimiliano is a film director and screenwriter, and founder and director of London Movie Awards. He had a degree in film directing at the Immagina Film School of Florence. Between 1995-2003 he worked as assistant director, editor, camera operator, for more than 20 music videos and commercials (Gucci, Tim, Gas Jeans, UnoAerre Jewellery, Piaggio, Coop, etc). In 2000 he has taught film directing at Immagina Film School of Florence. Between 2000-2003 he has edited and conducted the movies column for Interpuntonet magazine. He has been a Jury member for: Roma Fiction Fest, London Indie International Film Festival, World Music & Independent Film Festival (Washington D.C), New York International Screenplay, Tulipani di Seta Nera Festival in Rome. He wrote and directed nine short films and one commercial and he wrote four feature-length screenplays. He won 143 awards (46 first places) around the world: 88 awards (30 first places) with his short films and 55 awards (16 first places) with his feature-length screenplays.
Isaac Ballesteros Barba is an award-winning screenwriter with over 100 official selections, finalist, semi-finalist status for his scripts, in several different film festivals across the world. He writes books, (four written already and on their way to be published on Amazon Kindle); he has experience as a film critic, columnist, and social media manager for a Mexican company called Legado Cinema, where he built up the site on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. In writing experience, he has been selected recently into festivals where some of his work will be published in two different and independent books in Latin America.
Born in Rome, Italy, and based in New York, Stella is an actress, playwright, screenwriter and producer. She has been working in Theater since the age of 16 as an actress and started writing and producing when she was 23 after graduating in Languages at the University Roma Tre. Among all her productions, she was awarded for several plays
Born in Rome, Italy, and based in New York, Stella is an actress, playwright, screenwriter and producer. She has been working in Theater since the age of 16 as an actress and started writing and producing when she was 23 after graduating in Languages at the University Roma Tre. Among all her productions, she was awarded for several plays including “How To Become Widows Without Affecting the Criminal Record", “There It Comes The Light, “My Birthday", “Lions Don’t Hug". She also co-wrote, acted and co-produced the short movie L’Appuntamento (The Date), awarded with the Golden Globe in 2013. She is currently writing her first feature film in English and she is working on her first direction of the Off Broadway play Lions Don’t Hug, selected at the New York Theater Festival and on stage at the end of January 2020. In 2018 she founded the blog Ninablablà.