Matthias Aberle studied directing in Paris and video design in Berlin. He has worked as an editor for television, radio, and print. His written works have been published in newspapers, magazines, and by Diogenes publishing house. He has staged theatrical works at spectacular locations including the aquarium at the Berlin Zoo (Waiting for Godot), the Berlin Cathedral (The inaugural speech of the American female Pope), and Rheinsberg Castle (A Midsummer Night’s Dream). His work in theater, incorporates music videos and film. He has worked with many internationally recognized artists. He is the director, author, and producer of numerous films, screenplays, and plays.
2nd Unit Director, Writer, Production Manager
Guillermo Cistari is an Argentine filmmaker born in Buenos Aires. He studied Film Directing at Universidad del Cine and continued improving his knowledge with Continuing Education programs; including “Art of Directing” in New York University and “Directing: Mastering of Camera Techniques” in School of Visual Arts. In addition, he dedicated many years to study Scriptwriting, which allowed him to combine a strong cinematographic vision with a deep knowledge in storytelling. During his career Guillermo wrote, directed, produced, shot and edited several contents including fictions, documentaries, commercials, music videos and music sessions. In turn, he developed a deep interest on the creation of interdisciplinary projects, winning a scholarship program for emerging artists granted by the Ministry of Culture of Argentina.
Composer, Sound Design
Vangelis founded the psychedelic rock group Aphrodite’s Child with singer Demis Roussos in 1967, shortly before the military coup in Greece and both emigrated, first to Paris, later to London. Their concept album “666”, now a prog-rock classic, is also released there. In 1970, Vangelis begins his career as an electronica tinkerer and soundtrack composer for the film “Sex Power” with Jane Birkin. Throughout the 1970s he composes half a dozen film scores, mainly for documentaries by French director Frederic Rossif and ocean explorer Jacques Cousteau. Vangelis provided the music for Ridley Scott’s science fiction art film “Blade Runner” and then for Scott’s historical film “1492: Conquest of Paradise”. Vangelis then broke through in Hollywood in 1981 with the score to “Chariots of Fire”. He received an Oscar for the soundtrack. Vangelis returned as a man for the big picture in 2004 at the latest with the music for Oliver Stone’s “Alexander”.