INÊS VON BONHORST & YURI PIRONDI
DIRECTORS, CINEMATOGRAPHER, EDITORS
Award winning directors Inês von Bonhorst & Yuri Pirondi have been working together for over ten years. Their work varies from video art and installation, short movies and mostly documentaries. In every project they are interested in the many aspects of our society, trying to trace the fantastic path into ordinary daily life, the fabulous side into the presumed banality. Their work has been exhibited in numerous galleries, such as the V&A Museum and the Barbican Centre of London, and their films have been shown in many international festivals.
PRODUCER, AERIAL FILMING, PHOTOGRAPHER
Graduated in Photography with a postgraduate degree in Anthropology, Tânia’s work has been evolving from large music events to documenting the most remote areas in the world. Since 2006, she has lived in Lisbon, Bristol, Amsterdam, Phnom Penh, and currently spends most of her time in Central Asia, where she also works as a tour leader. After several years working as a music photographer and PR, she decided to sell all her material life in Portugal in 2016, to pursue her passion for remote locations and cultures.
Marion is a Digital Producer working in London. Her experience lies in creating innovative, eye-catching content for various clients. She loves combining her organisational skills from events and digital production, with tech skills and her creativity. Her goal is to pursue a career as a film and documentary producer. Having travelled through some of the roughest countries, including Mongolia, she has a passion for challenges and understanding new cultures.
Michael Picknett is a musician and a composer specialised in film soundtracks and performative music for theatre and dance. He studied at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London, receiving a PhD in music composition. Michael Pickett is based in London and his music is performed all over the world.
Tsengel has been working as a tour guide in Mongolia for seven years now. He knows mongolian culture inside-out, and his constant contact with tourist have helped him develop his english-language skills and understand “western needs” as well.
Whilst the crew is not in Mongolia, Tsengel is our “ears and arms” in the country, making sure all preparations get in place and all things are there when needed!
THE YELLOW COLOR
The Yellow Color is a post-production studio based in Lisbon specialising in color grading for movies and commercials.
This is the new project from the colorist Marco Amaral, who in the last few years has collaborated closely with the best Portuguese filmmakers in more than 100 movies, exhibited at all the biggest film festivals around the world.