Is an avid instagrammer with the heart of an architect. After studying in Barcelona, he came back to Mexico in 2009 to become a producer of plays and movies. Among his plays, which have traveled around Mexico and the world, are “Más pequeños que el Guggenheim”, “La casa de los espíritus” y “Hotel Good Luck.” You can find him at a restaurant in the city, exercising his hobby of being a foodie.
Wanted to make movies ever since he could remember. He grew up with a high dose of Spielberg and Lucas, so he decided to make the movies that he would be excited to go see in Mexican theaters with his friends. After five years of hard work, and overcoming plenty of obstacles, in 2017 his opera prima “Mientras el lobo no está” came out on the big screen. This is a film where the innocent and whimsical world of children collides with the world of adults, a world devoid of imagination. Nowadays he’s producing the film “Placa de acero” and writing the script for “ELLA,” a horror film.
Studied film in CENTRO de Diseño, Cine y TV and did a specialization in screenwriting at USC. When he graduated, his short film “Ana Glamour” was selected in the Guadalajara Film Festival of 2009. Shortly afterwards, he co-wrote, produced and directed “Archivo 253,” a film with a very low budget that became a box office hit. Currently, you can probably find him at the set of “Placa de acero,” the movie that he’s directing, loving every minute of it.
Studied Liberal Arts at Sarah Lawrence College in New York, where she received the Presidential Scholarship. This was a career that allowed her to focus on the study of photography and film theory, without ceasing to explore other areas of her interest, like literature and indigenous studies. She worked at the Tribeca Film Festival, Remezcla, and Anthology Film Archives. In 2016 she returned to Mexico City and stumbled across Squash 73, when it was still under construction: a space full of possibilities that let her pursue all of her passions, without having to choose just one.
Also known as ‘El Diyei,’ played one game of squash in his life and he was awful at it. He’s an Audio and Sound Engineer from the University of Music G. Martell. He’s taught the class of "The Entertainment Industry” at the Universidad Iberoamericana and “The Business of Music and Entertainment" at ITESM. Since 2006, he has been the director of the entretainment agency Lado Be, where he’s worked on the tours of Marcel Marceau, Mercedes Sosa, Rubén Blades, and many other artists. In 2017 he programmed the first edition of the Roxy Fest in Guadalajara, which was headlined by none other than Morrissey. If you’re lucky at a party in Squash 73 you might get to try his Oaxacan mezcal “Sabrá Dios.”