Director: Alejandra Parody was born and raised in Colombia, and moved to the U.S. to attend New York University, where she graduated with honors in both Film and Television and Religious Studies. Upon graduating, she won the Wasserman King Prize for her thesis film, Rosa. The film went on to screen at festivals around the world, making it to the finals of the NBCUniversal Shorts Fest in L.A. and winning first prize at the Emerging Filmmaker Showcase at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival. She recently directed the music video This Affliction for artist Kate Vargas, which premiered on Billboard online.

Writer: Daniel Solé  is a screenwriter residing in Brooklyn, New York. He is the creator behind Brooklyn: For Real, a collection of dark comedic mockumentary shorts, which earned him a Vimeo Staff Pick and Favorites of 2015. He also wrote the screenplay for You Can Go, a dramatic short (dir. Christine Turner), which premiered at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival, and for which he won the Writer Award at the 2016 NBCUniversal Shorts Fest.

Producer: Elizabeth P.W. is a Brooklyn-based producer and composer whose award winning films have screened at festivals worldwide. Elizabeth is a two-time Production Craft award winner from New York University for the films The Big Lake and Rosa. Two shorts she produced, Welcome (dir. Serena Dykman 2015) and Rosa (dir. Alejandra Parody 2016), won first prize at the American Pavilion Emerging Filmmaker Showcase at the Cannes Film Festival. In 2018, Elizabeth produced a fundraising video for the non-profit Emily’s Entourage, starring Broadway’s Javier Muñoz, Laura Osnes and more, surpassing 4x our fundraising goal for Cystic Fibrosis research.