Damiana Guerra: She win her first literary competition when she was sixteen years old beginning a collaboration with web magazine "Kult underground". She study teatehr with Gian Luca Righetti from Teatri dell'Era and then, in 2012, with Claudio Calafiore from Faber Artis company that produce her first dramas: "Germinga" in 2012, "Nella cattiva sorte" in 2014 and "Bancomàt" in 2015. Now she is collaborating with Nogu Teatro in Rome, and is publishing on Krapp's Last Post magazine. In 2019 her last drama "Eva" debut in Teatrosophia in Rome.
Antonio La Camera: His short films have been screened at over 100 international and national festivals including the British Film Institute "Future Film Festival" (UK), "Braunschweig Film Festival" (Germany), "Ischia Film Festival" (Italy), "Fabriano Film Fest "(Italy), Al-Nahj International Shortfilm Festival (Iraq)," CinemAmbiente - Enrivomental Film Festival "(Italy)," Terre di Cinema - International Cinematographers Days "(Italy) and was among the authors of Italian short films that represented Italy at the "RIFF - Russia-Italy Film Festival" (Russia). He has won important awards such as the award for best director awarded by the "Pázmány Film Festival" organized by the Italian Cultural Institute of Budapest and the prize for the best international short film at the Turkish festival "Hak-İş Short Film Festival".
Felicia Buonomo: She was born in Desio (MB) in 1980. After graduating in International Economy, in 2007 began his journalistic career, mainly dealing with human rights. In 2011 he won the"TV Award for investigative journalism Roberto Morrione - Ilaria Alpi Award", with the video-investigation "Mani Pulite 2.0". Some of her foreign video reports have been broadcast by Rai3 and RaiNews24. Publish the essay "Pasolini Profeta" (Mucchi Editore). In 2020 publish the book “I bambini spaccapietre. L'infanzia negata in Benin "(Aut Aut Edizioni), book report about exploitation of child labor in the construction industry. She also carried out journalistic activities as film criticism, for online magazines such as "Quarto Potere" and "Effetto Notte". In parallel, she pursues a literary activity. Some of her poems have been published in magazines and literary blogs, such as Atelier Poesia, IrisNews, ClanDestino Rivista, Limes Lettere, Versante Rapido.
Sara Bevilacqua: Graduated from the Academy of Dramatic Art of Calabria, she continued the training course by participating in numerous stages of theater, dance, poetry and singing. She has also participated in three internships of international importance at the Academy of Warsaw Dramatic Art. Recent works: "Il Misantropo" (Prod. Factory trans Adriatic company, direction Tonio De Nitto) "Bluebird Bukownski" (Prod. Teatri di Bari, directed by Licia Lanera), "Butterflies" (Prod. Animalenta, directed by Ilaria Cangialosi), "The Imaginary Ill" (Prod. Teatri Di Bari, directed by Teresa Ludovico), the award-winning show "Furie de sanghe" (directed by Licia Lanera - Parallel fibers theater project ETI New creativity). She founded the Meridiani Perduti company and oversaw production management: "I'll be right back", "Revolution" and "Italian Prisoner I am" (dramaturgy by
Emiliano Poddi), of the theatrical shorts "Salvatore mio!" and of "Wound" (winner of the Sardinia Short Award 2010). Since 2013 she has collaborated with the IO DONNA association Brindisi Anti - violence Center conducting theatrical workshops against
gender violence (The Monologues of the Vagina, Emotional Creatures). In the cinema she has worked with Sergio Rubini in LA TERRA, Pippo Mezzapesa in LA GIORNATA, My name is LEDA, Luca Miniero in COPS - A BAND OF POLICEMAN, Paola Crescenzo in FAULT and Sara Scalera in IN ARM TO THE CURRENT. Since 2019 she collaborates on the Giravolta project within the
Brindisi District House with the choreographer Vito Alfarano and the Filmmaker Mimmo Greco.