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Francisco Gózon (Cinematographer)

Francisco (Venezuela, 1964) graduated in 1991 as director of photography and film director from the Hungarian Film Academy. In both 1995 and 1996 he won the Best DOP Award at the annual Hungarian Film Week. In 1997 he received the Hungarian "Balázs Béla" State Award. The same year he returned to Venezuela and created Panafilms, a production company with a social profile. In 1999 the Venezuelan cinematheque presented a retrospective of his work. Since 2002 he teaches photography at the Hungarian Film Academy. Francisco is best known for his impressive work with Péter Gothár and Csaba Bollók (ISKA'S JOURNEY).

Michel Schöpping (Director of Sound)

Michel (Netherlands, 1957) graduated in musicology from the University of Utrecht. For years he conducted a Cape Verdean choir and he is a steadfast member of a jazz trio. In the 80s he became a sound designer and composer of film music. In 1993 he founded the Klink Sound Studio in Amsterdam. His varied skills include sound designing, editing, mixing and recording. Michel also directed several films, including THE THIRD EAR about 'new spirituality' in classical music. Michel is the genius behind the award-winning soundtrack of KHADAK.

Nico Leunen (Editor)

Nico (Belgium, 1974) graduated in 1998 from Sint-Lukas in Brussels with a Masters in Audiovisual Arts. His experimental background and strong preference for auteur cinema resulted in collaborations with some of Belgium's finest directors such as Jan Lauwers, Nicolas Provost, Felix Van Groeningen, Fien Troch, Pieter Van Hees, Alex Stockman and Brosens & Woodworth (with whom he also edited KHADAK). In 2008 Nico directed his first short film, AFTERDAY.

Carl De Keyzer (Still Photographer)

Since 1994 Carl (Belgium, 1958) has been a member of the illustrious Magnum photo agency. He won many awards, including the Book Award from the Arles Festival, the W. Eugene Smith Award (1990) and the Kodak Award (1992). Carl likes to tackle large-scale projects and general themes. A basic premise in much of his work is that in overpopulated communities everywhere disaster has already struck and infrastructures are on the verge of collapse. In a series of large tableaux, he has covered India, the collapse of the Soviet Union and modern-day power and politics. 


Directors Brosens & Woodworth

Original Script Brosens & Woodworth

Line-Producers Martin Schlüter, Mercedes de la Cadena

Production Coordinators Meike Martens, Martha Fuentes

Production Manager Cecilia Carrasco

Script Consultants Peter Krüger, Ines Häufler

Director of Photography Francisco Gózon

Director of Sound Michel Schöpping

Editor Nico Leunen

Art Directors Guillermo Isa, Anne Fournier

Sound Recordist Pepijn Aben

Re-Recording Mixer Mathieu Cox

First Assistant Directors Gaston Vizcarra, Arnout André de la Porte

Make-up & Hair Garance Van Rossum

Still Photographer Carl De Keyzer (Magnum)

Casting Director (Peru) Barbara Acosta

Wardrobe (Peru) Leslie Hinojosa

Public Relations (Peru) Alejandro Malaga

Location Manager (Peru) Jorge Marroquin

Key Grip Michael Geyer

Gaffer José "Chino" Luy

First Camera Assistant Didier Frateur

Postproduction Manager Michi Noro

Venice Lion winners Peter Brosens and Jessica Woodworth’s lyrical tragedy about sacrifice and redemption in the Andes