Betty M Park

Director, Producer and Editor

Betty M Park is a Korean American filmmaker based in Brooklyn, New York, and makes her debut as a feature film director with Mamachas del Ring. She works as a producer and editor in TV, and her work as an editor includes the documentary The Innocence Project, which screened at the 2003 Hamptons International Film Festival.

Betty was born and raised in New York, and graduated from the University of California, Berkeley, with a double major in English and Philosophy. In addition to making films and TV, she continues to encourage others to resist the urge to punctuate her name.

Alexander Ramirez Muñoz


Alexander Ramirez Muñoz is a Peruvian cinematographer based in La Paz, Bolivia. He is one of the founding members of the T.A.F.A. (Taller Ambulante de Formacíon Audiovisual) organization, which empowers rural communities in Bolivia and Peru through media and filmmaking workshops. He made his directorial debut with his feature film, Airamppo, in 2008. Alex holds a degree in film from the renowned San Antonio de Los Baños film school in Cuba.

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Christophe Lopez-Huici


Christophe Lopez-Huici is a claymation animator and illustrator based in New York City. He has exhibited his art internationally in Paris and New York. Christophe holds a BFA in Illustration from the Parsons School of Design.

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M.G. Espar


M.G. Espar is a Brooklyn, New York-based composer and music producer. Notable projects The Man Who Would Be Polka King (CourtTV/truTV), indie feature Altamont Now (Winner, Best Narrative, Arizona Underground Film Festival), and Aquarium (Honorable Mention, Sundance Film Festival). He has also composed commercial music for high-profile clients including Heineken, Levis, Fruit of the Loom and Ford Models. Espar holds an M.A. in Music Composition from New York University and a B.A. in Film Studies from Yale University.

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