Valerio Musilli

If you are more of a connoisseur of quirky comedy you’ll recognise Valerio as the talent behind some of Italy’s most iconic recent TVCs.

After 10 years of putting out the fires started by leading international directors, Valerio decided it was time to put his own creative talent to the ultimate test. Valerio started directing national Netflix campaigns and then he started full time freelance directing for clients looking for the extra laugh.

Valerio lives in Milan with his prize-winning Jack Russell who is responsible for keeping the kids under control.

Fabrizio Mari

Hailing from Milan, Fabrizio’s extensive experience as a producer helped him to fully immerse himself in the process of film production, a route that has stood him in good stead; Fabrizio’s work has already gained him a Silver Lion at Cannes, a gold and silver award at the NY Festival, a recognition at Epica and two awards at Cresta. Although widely known for his visually arresting car commercials, his work for Barclays and Reale clearly show his ability to create engaging narrative alongside compelling visuals in other genres.

Rani Carmeli

Rani is one of the most sought-after directors. His success can be attributed to his great work with actors as well as his charisma and unwavering devotion to every project he takes on. He has a unique talent in building visually rich worlds, telling stories, and creating comedic and emotional nuances. Rani is a leading director in projects combining live action and animation, his consummate storytelling, with a particularly deft command of comedy, creating a natural interaction between actors and animated characters. Rani’s campaigns have won numerous accolades around the world. Among his clients you can find the top brands in the market and commercials he directed were Cannes Shortlist, Euorbest Shortlist, Golden Drum award , Midas award, Promax L.A award. Rani won the Israeli Academy Award for his feature documentary Mom’s First Olympics and directed the TV series The Brown Girls which won an award at the Jerusalem Film Festival

Marco De Aguilar

Born in Madrid in 1972. Since very young he has been in contact with theatre world, where he developed a great interest for dramatic art. He started to work very young as a runner on feature films. He had the chance to work together with Almodovar and Carlos Saura. His fast learning and the fact that he speaks several languages allowed him to start working on International projects, such as 2nd AD for “007 The world is not enough” Michel Apted, Location Manager “Sexy Beast” by Jonathan Galtzer; Location Manager “Mission Impossible II” by John Woo.

In 2000 he started directing commercials, and his first directing commercial is Retevision, a great campaign that has been remembered for years in the Spanish market. Since then, Marco has been shooting commercials with great success in Spain and abroad.

Nowadays he is based between Madrid, Rome and Rejkjavik, working in commercials and preparing two new feature films.

Marco speaks English, Italian and Spanish.


Mireia Gimeno

PHOTOGRAPHER -Mireia Gimeno is a photographer and cinematographer with several years of experience. Originally from Castellon but resident in Barcelona. She is a soul traveler and lover of nature and documentary style. Passionate about visual arts. She studied a degree in Media Studies in London and Madrid, completing her studies with a postgraduate and Master in Cinematography in ESCAC . She currently works as a freelance photographer and videographer. Available to travel around the globe.

Pol Ponsarnau

Pol Ponsarnau (1980) is a catalan director, living and working between Barcelona and Berlin since 2010. He studied Audiovisual Communication at the Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona, and as an Erasmus Student at FAMU (Film and TV School of the Academy of Performing Arts) in Prague. He directed Music Videos for Four Music/Sony and Warner Music, TV and online commercials for Fanta, Audi and Bimbo and co-directed the documentary “B-Side” that went to international festivals such as International Film Festival Rotterdam. Since 2015 Pol has been working on fictional projects. His awarded first short film: “Food, First”, a comedic drama about love relationships in a Berlin hipster restaurant, premiered at the 28th Filmfest Dresden and has been running in competition at more than 70 festivals nationally and internationally. His new project ‘Tara and the Blue’ has received the support of german and spanish public institutions BKM, Kuratorium Junge Deutscher Film, ICEC and will be shot in 2019.
Pol Ponsarnau is currently working as a director for fiction, commercial and music video between his two homes, Berlin and Barcelona.

Rebeca Calle

Rebeca is a Spanish director based in Madrid, Spain. She graduated in 2012 just after directed her first short film, then follow music videos and fashion films, some of them were selected for several festivals. Then she took the leap into the world of advertising. With a special intuition for advertising narrative, she takes the utmost care of aesthetics, treatment of light and details. Her style is fresh and stylish, and she feels comfortable in different styles. She has a special sensibility and complicity working with actors that make them feel comfortable on set. Rebeca has worked for clients such as Movistar +, LOréal, Lexus, McDonald´s, Ikea o Danone, etc…

Also, she is Graduated in Cinema Scripts and TvSeries, and currently she is writing her first feature film.