Georges Bollon was born in 1952. He spent his childhood in a working-class suburb. He studied History at Clermont-Ferrand University where he got involved in the Cinema Club. After meeting Jacques Tati in 1979, he created along with others students the Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Festival, which is nowadays the world’s most important event in the short film circuit. With his colleagues, he also set up the Short Film Market that runs along the festival and the Auvergne Film Commission. He is in charge of the international selection committee and the educational training activities. He also manages the special section Court d’Histoire, which deals with the relationship between history and cinema. He directed the short film Lointain that received a special mention in Oberhausen Festival in 1986.
Creator and director of 3D Wire, International Animation, Video Games and New Media Market since 2009, creator and co-director of Bridging the Gap, Animation Lab, and Director of FIAM, International Animation Festival of Medellín, Colombia. He is a consultant and collaborates with different international institutions and events such as CARTOON, Annecy, Cine Court Animé Roanne (France), Festival of Animation, Video Games and Comic of Cuernavaca (Mexico) or Athens University in Atlanta (USA). Besides, he produces for his firm Paramotion Films, engaged in animation, digital postproduction and media training since 2002.
Born in Madrid in 1979, she began in series as Periodistas (1998) and Compañeros (2001). The protagonist role of Yo soy Bea (2008) put her on the spot and brought her several nominations to Fotogramas de Plata, the award bestowed by the Actor’s Union, the TP de Oro Award and the Zapping Awards. We could also see her playing Lola in Frágiles (2011).
In addition, she has played theatre with outstanding roles in works such as Romeo y Julieta (2009), Monólogos de la Vagina (2011) by Eve Ensler and La pausa del mediodía (2014) by José Troncoso.
On the big screen she has played in films as Yoyes by Helena Taberna and No te fallaré (2000) by José Troncoso.