Maud Karlsson. After a long career in Sweden and 11 years in New York, Maud has expanded her repertoire as a dancer to include visual and video art. With a solid base in dance coupled with a genuine love of expression itself, Maud designs choreographies, often combined with acting, text, film, visual arts, sculpture and voice compositions, producing works for public performance as well as commissioned exhibitions. After completing her studies at the Ballet Academy of Stockholm, she has performed with national and international dance companies, in movies, at biennials, art exhibitions and conferences. Martin Lima de Faria. Upon graduation from The National Danish Film School with the award winning film “Brainstorm”, Martin’s work often deals with existential issues. He has since worked with Ingmar Bergman and has directed several films, among them “Heartbeat” with Alexander Skarsgard, awarded at Cannes Film Festival and “Little Love”, shown at Cannes Film Festival Short Film Corner. Working with, among others, Liv Ullmann and Anna Odell on “The Reunion”, Martin deepened his portraits of women in the acclaimed “In the Head of a Mother”. Martin has even had several art photo exhibitions in Tokyo and art film screenings in New York. Judy Lieff. With a background in dance, Judy now works entirely in film, with a focus on documentaries and Dance on Camera. Her documentary film “Deaf Jam” is included itn the American FIlm Showcase and has won countless awards with screenings at festivals worldwide.Judy is based in New York City.
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