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Omar Camilo is the creator and chief editor of Mundo Breve. He is also screenwriter, director and editor of "La dieta" and "A cada puerco le llega" and  co-writer of "Si no está roto". His shorts have 5 Official Selections in festivals of New York, Australia, Trinidad & Tobago and Puerto Rico.

His most recent documentary, Wonder Woman on Wheels, represents Puerto Rico in the DOCTV Latin America series, transmitted in 20 channels. He won two Emmy Awards Suncoast Chapter 2017 as Director for his documentary Wonder Woman on Wheels and as editor for the series Ismael Cala in Puerto Rico. He also was  two nomination for the 2017 Emmy Awards, one as a director of the Mundo Breve web series and one as a Director for the Ismael Cala in Puerto Rico series.


David Norris is the screenwriter and director of "El Albergue" and "Nos vamos pa' París", winner of an Honorable Mention from the HBO New York Latino Film Festival. His short have a dozen of awards and more than 20 Official Selections in Film Festivals around the world. The recognitions includes Best Short Film, Best Director, Best Actress and many People Choice Awards. Norris also is a producer and director, known for Dad's photo (2015), Gente buena (2013) and Cositas que se olvidan (2010)


Juliana Maité is the director of La llave de mi corazón, winner of Best Short Film Award at the NOLA Film Festival of Miami. Her short  film have 5 additional awards in different International Film Festivals in the United States and Puerto Rico. She currently lives in Miami, where she is developing her next projects.


The Emmanuelli brothers are co-authors and directors of Aceitunas para mami and Evita que pase. The first won awards at festivals in New York and Barcelona and the second is Official Selection of the Chicago Latino Film Festival 2019. 


They began their film career in 2011 with the making of their first short film "143"; short that took them to participate in the prestigious Cannes Film Festival in France with a selection of Puerto Ricans in the Short Film Corner. Since then, they have directed their careers to writing and directing short films.


Lynnie Feliciano Vélez is a highly skilled professional in audiovisual arts. Since an early age she felt an intense fervor for the arts and began her education in performing arts. In that process she developed skills that have been useful all along her career.

Her short film Bolero have selected in Amsterdam, Buenos Aires, Puerto Rico and New York.


Ray Figueroa was graduated from the International Film and Television School of Cuba (EICTV) and the Telecommunications Department of the Universidad del Sagrado Corazón, in Santurce, Puerto Rico.

Participant of Berlinale Talent Campus in Germany, Cinergia Lab in Costa Rica, Kyoto Filmmakers lab in Japan and the Full Immersion Course of the New York Film Academy in NYC.

Programming Director of the International Film Ícaro Festival in Central America (2004 to 2012).

Director and screenwriter of the short story series Mundo Breve. Ray is currently in the pre-production of his next feature film.

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