Gabriela Tagliavini is an award-winning filmmaker who has directed 7 feature films. She directed 3 movies that became the #1 most seen movies in Mexico and Spain. Her lastest film was a Netflix original, “A Pesar de Todo” (“Despite Everything”), which is the most viewed movie in Spanish on Netflix in Spain in 2019. Her previous film “How To Break Up With Your Douchebag” (“Como Cortar a tu patan”) opened #1 in the box-office in Mexico, topping “Blade Runner.” Tagliavini also directed and wrote "Without Men," starring Eva Longoria, Kate Del Castillo and Christian Slater, which was sold worldwide (in 30 countries) and had a theatrical release in the U.S.As a screenwriter, she wrote the English remake of the prestigious Luis Buñuel’s film "Belle De Jour" and adapted the best-selling novel "The Anatomist" for by HBO Films. She is a renowned author and had two novels published that received critical acclaim. Gabriela Tagliavini was selected for the Sundance and WIF’s Women Initiative and was honored with a “Life Achievement” award from the Baja Film Festival. She received a Bachelors Degree in film directing and a Masters Degree in screenwriting from the prestigious American Film Institute (AFI). She is represented by CAA.
Jesus Trejo is one of the fastest rising names in the stand-up comedy scene. Born and raised in Long Beach, Trejo recently taped his first hour stand-up special STAY AT HOME SON for Showtime, set to air summer of 2020. He can be seen recurring as the role of Mr. Trujillo on the Netflix series MR. IGLESIAS, and in roles on ALONE TOGETHER (Freeform) and TEACHERS (TV Land). Jesus is also the host of Tacos Con Todo, the newest web series from Complex/First We Feast (HOT ONES) in which he navigates the LA taco scene with celebrity guests. Jesus was named a Variety Top 10 Comic to watch at JFL in 2017, and is a paid regular at the Comedy Store in Los Angeles.
Kareem directed THE LAST RESORT, an official selection of DOC NYC distributed by Kino Lorber. His short DOLPHIN LOVER premiered at Slamdance and won Best Short Doc at LA Film Festival. Former Program Director of The Miami Gay & Lesbian Film Festival, Kareem is the co-founder of South Florida’s largest art house theater, O Cinema.