Actress and filmmaker. She directed the short films "Rosa" (Official Competition Cannes 2010), "María" (Silver Condor Award for Best Short Film 2013 awarded by the Argentine Film Critics Association, Best Social Thematic Short Film Festival of Soria, George Melies Award for Best Short Film of the Conosur awarded by the French Embassy), "Emilia" (Bafici, Viennale) and "La cama", her first feature film (Berllinale Forum, Condor Award for Best Opera Prima 2018). As an actress, she has worked in TV, theatre and more than 25 films, and has won several awards. Among them, the Condor Award for Best Supporting Actress for "El patrón, radiografia de un crimen" and the ACE Award, as female revelation in theatre.
Is a queer artist, mother and filmmaker, who moved from Paris to Berlin, in 2008. In their work they explores gender, sexuality, identity issues, love and relationships, with an ironic, erotic, feminist, queer point of view. Micha worked in films and theatre as performer and as filmmaker directed "Paris la Nuit" in 2009, "Vivre Berlin" in 2013 and "Berlin-Sarajevo" in 2014, together with the artist Natasha Davis. Right now she is editing "Le bel Animal" a documentary about the sex positive scene of Berlin. Parallel to her artistic work, she focuses on different body practices, nutrition, yoga and hypnotherapy.
Micha believes that Art and Sex can change the world and that Radical Empathy, Inclusiveness and Collective Creative Processes are the most inspiring and healing path to follow.
Care nurse at the Hospital Clinic in Barcelona but with a deep interest in cinema from a very young age. Graduated from the Master's Degree in Health Sexology with a Gender perspective and passionate about cinema with aesthetics and independent content.
Enfermera asistencial en el Hospital Clinic de Barcelona pero con un interés profundo por el cine desde muy pequeña. Graduada en el Máster de Sexología Sanitaria con perspectiva de Género y apasionada por el cine de estética y contenido independiente.
Gabriel Vallecillo Márquez (1976, Honduras): His work expands across many artistic disciplines. He started as a poet then moved onto video-poetry, video-jockey, 3d projection mapping, live cinema, video installation, VR installation, documentary film and video performance.
Gabriel has published four poetry books and has been included in Latin American anthologies. His artworks have been featured at Biennials and festivals in Europe and North, Central and South America.
Gabriel is currently producing ::.LIMINAL an expanded cinema experience that combines dance-performances, film making, live-cinema, videomapping and guerrilla video projections in the city of Berlin. His project is being funded for the second year in a row by the government of Germany.
He is also the creator, director and researcher for “Gargantúa Guerrilla Projection Magazine”, an art-activism platform and research archive for guerrilla projections in Latin America.