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Alexandre Azaria - Composer

Alexandre Azaria was born in 1967 in Paris. He began his music career at 17, as a junior music art director in advertising. He joined a rock band (le crie de la mouche) as a guitarist, made two albums, and went on his first European tour with a band called Niagara. Alexandre started producing with Indochine (a major French band), as well as composing an entire album. While under contract with EMI, he took part in a remixing call for the French band Noir Désir, rearranging a rough rock ballad into a feline “space march”, the music illustrating the space scenes in James Bond films such as You Only Live Twice & Diamond Are Forever, composed by his mentor John Barry. The band released it as a single and it was played on the country’s pop-rock radio stations, coming to the attention of director Hervé Admar, who hired him to compose the music for his first film, "Like a Fish Out of the Water". Alexandre has since composed for over sixty films, including huge international productions in Europe and Hollywood such as the Transporter franchise, Lockout (2012) and Brick Mansions.


Vicente Roxas - Cinematographer

Vicente Roxas was born and raised in Manila, Philippines, where he worked as a video editor for documentaries and news. He moved to New York in 2014 to study cinematography. After graduating, he worked as cinematographer on a number of short films that have been selected at the New York Independent Film Festival, Barcelona Planet Film Festival, and Wathann Film Festival, among others. His most recent short film, "Woodside", was awarded Best Screenplay and Best Fiction Film at Cityvisions 2018.

Salah Anwar - Editor

Salah Anwar is an Egyptian-American editor/post-production professional based in NYC. During almost a decade of his career, Anwar has been part of a variety of different post-production editorial teams and genres. His resume includes award-winning shows, nominated shows, international feature films, and scripted comedy like: Hulu’s “Ramy”, “Yomeddine”, and “Sharper”. Anwar assisted many talented editors on these projects before making the transition to edit on the Emmy-nominated show “Ramy” in its third season. With experience in comedy as well as narrative projects, Anwar will add an important touch to the project before taking it to the finish line.


Nihal Farouk - Production Designer

Nihal Farouk is a New York based production designer and editor. She has worked on projects for major networks like Netflix, PBS and Epix. She has worked on a number of award winning features & documentaries throughout her ten years of experience in filmmaking. Nihal was born and raised in Cairo, Egypt. She has a bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts and she moved to New York in 2014 to continue her career in the heart of the film industry.

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