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Itziar Atienza

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She was born in Madrid in 1977, but soon she moved to the Basque Country, where she grew up. With a late acting vocation, she graduated in Law from Deusto University. A few years later, she began her acting training, which quickly led her to her first jobs in television and theatre.

She debuted in the comedy program Vaya Semanita, and almost at the same time she took her first steps in cinema, in movies such as Bypass e Igelak, directed by Aitor Mazo and Patxo Telleria; Plan de fuga by Iñaki Dorronsoro; and El enjambre by Mireia Galibondo.

In theatre, she has worked in several companies and productions, at Tanttaka directed by Fernando Bernués, on Contra el viento del norte, and El sueño de una noche de verano by Iñaki Rikarti.

Her career extends to several television productions, including the series Entrevías, and Largas sombras, directed by Clara Roquet and due for release in 2024.
 

Ernesto Daranas Serrano

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Havana, 1961. Director and screenwriter. His documentary and fiction work has received several international awards.

His most recent documentary, Landrián (2023), was part of the Official Selection of the 80th Venice International Film Festival.
In 2004, he made the documentary Los últimos gaiteros de La Habana, which received the King of Spain International Journalism Award (Ibero-American award). His fiction feature films Los dioses rotos (2009) and Conducta (2014) were Cuba's nominees for the Oscar in the Best International Film category.

Conducta and Sergio & Sergei (2018) were part of the Official Selection of the Toronto International Film Festival. He has been nominated in different categories for the Grammy, Goya, Ariel and Forqué awards.
 
 

Luisa Mayol

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She is a Chilean actress who studied at the Fernando González Mardones Acting Academy in Santiago de Chile. She has also studied with professors such as Walter Rippel and Juan Carlos Corazza.

Luisa began her career in Chile in television shows, with her first job, Magi-k for Mega. Later she had new television projects such as Huaiquimán y Tolosa, Nadie me entiende and Los 80 for Canal 13, Esperanza and No abras la puerta for TVN, as well as Infieles for Chilevisión. In Chile, she also worked with directors such as Nicolás López, in films such as Qué pena tu vida and Santos.

In 2015, she moved to Spain to begin her career in this country. Her first job was in the series Gym Tony on Cuatro, which she joined in its third season. Shortly afterwards, she participated in the films El cuaderno de Sara, by Norberto López Amado and Quien a hierro mata by Paco Plaza. In 2020, she filmed the series Relatos-con-fin-a-dos for Prime Video and in 2021 she won the Best Actress Award for the short film Nuestros hijos, by Cecilia Gessa, at the Mostra de Noia.

Her most recent works are the film Alegría by Violeta Salama and the Netflix series Hasta el cielo, the adaptation of the homonymous film directed by Daniel Calparsoro. In the last year, she has released Fatum by Juan Galiñanes, where she played Lidia, one of the main characters.
 

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