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Rita DaSilva - Editor - LEGACY
Rita graduated in 1997 from NYU with a BFA in Film and Television, which marked a change of career for her after six years as a professional ballet dancer in Paris and Lisbon. She went on to work as an Assistant Editor in Europe and the US before entering the Editing program at the American Film Institute, where she received her Masters in 2005. Her Thesis Film “Trojan Cow” is now a qualifying short and runner up for the next year’s Academy Awards, and has won numerous festivals and prizes including; the Grand Jury Prize at the USA Film Festival, the College Television Awards, best film at the Jackson Hole Film Festival and most recently the Grand Prize at the Angelus Student Film Awards. Since AFI, Rita has been involved and edited a wide range of trailers, independent documentaries, like “The Amy Holden Jones Stories” and “Gone To Mali,” and has assisted on the last two “AFI’s Lifetime Achievement Awards” broadcast on the USA network. She is currently editing “Legacy” for Lobo Productions.
Bernard Fauchier is the President of XEUZ productions, a company dedicated to developing and producing fictional and documentary content for the Latin American marketplace. He directed SYMPHONY, the first documentary of the YOA. Amongst his international body of work, he has received an Emmy nomination and a Golden Eagle Award for the documentary FLY FISHING WITH THE YANOMAMI'S, produced by ABC for the program "American Sportsman," featuring Margaux Hemingway and her father Jack Hemingway. Besides his work in the documentary film world, Mr. Fauchier was a consultant for Landor and Associates where he played a key role in developing the image and marketing strategy for the French company, Elf Aquitane. Bernard worked for many years in the advertising industry where he was recognized with several international awards including the CLIO Award for Best International Advertising Campaign. Bernard lives in Caracas, Venezuela. He is the father of five and has two grandchildren. Currently he is focused on developing television content directed at developing awareness and making a case for the preservation of the Amazon forest, its rivers, tributaries and indigenous population. He is the founder of A.G.U.A. (Association of Guardians of Water) and a defender of Indigenous rights.
Raquel Fernandez – Director of Photography - LEGACY, DEUTSCHE BANK
Raquel is a graduate of the Institute of Cinematography in Madrid, Spain. Before deciding to formally study cinematography, Raquel worked under the best directors in Spain as an intern in the camera department. Among those that mentored her are: Pedro Almodovar, Ameanbar, and his mentor, Pilar Miro. After years of work as a second and first assistant camera on many commercials and shorts, Ms. Fernandez grew to appreciate the complexity and responsibility of the Director of Photography’s role and its importance to the cinematographic process. In a search for vital experience, Raquel left the familiarity of Spain for the challenge of New York, where she was able to photograph her first two features as a D.P. - OUT OF LOVE, directed by Vlamyr Vizcaya, produced by TLGProductons; and FOUR DEAD BATTERIES, directed by Hiram Martinez, produced by Up Past Midnight. Raquel left New York in order to teach at the New York film Academy (NYFA) in London, England. While in London she also taught Cinematography at The London Film School and the Metropolitan School (MET). While teaching, she continued to ply her craft in music videos, documentaries and shorts. Her last short, MORIR DORMIR SOÑAR, got her a prize for best cinematography. She has worked in narrative and documentary films, commercials and music videos.
Eduardo Jimenez's bio is coming soon.
Oliver Ledwith - Camera Operator - LEGACY
Oliver was brought up in Brussels and Barcelona, returning to his native England to read Latin American Studies(BA) at the University of Essex, before embarking on a career in the film industry. He worked firstly as production runner, moving on to 1st then 2nd AC on commercials, music videos and feature films. During his years as an AC, Oliver turned his hand to writing, directing and producing short films. The first of these, the critically acclaimed "Donde Esta Dios?", was aired over 65 times on HBO. In recent years he has worked as DOP on several projects including an award-winning documentary short about the aftermath of the Tsunami in South East Asia for London-based Pretzel Films. This year he hopes to direct his first feature length drama 'shot on HD, with a shoestring budget, somewhere in South London...'  
Jesper Norgaard's bio is coming soon.



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