Beatriz M Calleja is a versatile visual storyteller based in New York City, who combines soundscape with visual narrative to tell compelling, intimate, and powerful stories. Her work as a director and editor includes corporate as well as documentary and narrative projects. She has edited an array of commercials, corporate videos, and fashion films for brands such as SKII, Giada, Marc Jacobs, Diesel or Viacom. She co-directed, shot, and edited the feature documentary Die the Good Death, an exploration of death’s acceptance in Varanasi, India. Die The Good Death was an Official Selection in several international documentary film festivals across Spain, Armenia, Guatemala, and the United States.
Her creative drive also extends to the narrative realm, where she wrote, produced, and directed the short film
Pequeño. This film earned its spot as an Official Selection at BAFTA-qualifying London Short Film Festival, legendary Cork Film Festival, or international acclaimed events like Vancouver International Women in Film Festival among others.  In 2021, she co-edited the feature film Roads to Olympia, which celebrated its premiere at the 40th Durban International Film Festival and won the Best Picture Award at the Bronze Lens Film Festival. Most recently, Beatriz has been deeply engaged as an editor, producer, and co-director for the feature documentary 999 directed by Heather Dune Macadam and based on her best-selling book.
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Ashley George is a director and producer inspired by unique, socially conscious stories and new perspectives. Ashley has collaborated on a variety of projects as producer including docuseries (Disney+’s Growing Up, A+E’s The Proof is Out There), short films (Lodestar with James McCaffrey, Tzadeikis (‘Holy Woman’), Mouthpiece with Jason Sudeikis, American Morning with Richard Schiff) and live production (Bud Light Dive Bar Tour with Post Malone). 
More recently, she’s produced the short film After the Deluge (written by John Patrick Shanley) and is in development on the episodic documentary series THE UPPER TENS.  As director, Ashley’s latest film Diabla is a female revenge horror set in Mexico City which played dozens of Oscar & BAFTA-qualifying festivals such as Cleveland International, Foyle, Norwich and Cine Huesca as well as fright favorites Fantasia, FilmQuest, Final Girls Berlin & more. She is currently directing & producing action thriller Volition, filmed in Kentucky, which is set to release in early 2024.