Guests

Guests

André Uerba

Performer
EcoQueerÉcho


André Uerba is a performer, choreographer, and visual artist, with a Master’s in Arts, Solo/Dance/Authorship at the HZT Berlin (2013-2015). His projects operate on the intersection between dance/performance and visual arts, coming together through a particular interest on the poetics that emerge where “meaning” is disclosed to a different beat. SHORT HOPE is a creative hub promoted by Uerba and guests, dedicated to the research and re-articulation of means of thought, and inscription dynamics in live works.  
 

Photo: Phil Dera

Cy Lecerf Maulpoix

Activist, Journalist
EcoQueerÉcho


Based in Paris, Cy Lecerf Maulpoix has been involved in several action groups and in the climate justice field since The 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference. Independent journalist, author and translator, he is currently developing several projects related to queer ecology.

 

Photo: Marie Rouge

Guillaume Lillo

Filmmaker
EcoQueerÉcho


A graduate of La Fémis editing department, Guillaume Lillo makes films from pre-existing images. Upon directing C’est pas les Noël qui manquent, his graduate film in which he establishes the grounds of these experiments, his second short Rémy is awarded in several film festivals in France and abroad.  

Isabelle Carlier

Filmmaker
EcoQueerÉcho


Isabelle Carlier is currently co-director of Antre Peaux, the former “Bandits-Mages”, an association engaged in essay films & video art located at the Friche l’Antre-Peaux in Bourges, France. Professionally active as a technician and curator in these fields, she suggests and contributes to setting up experimental stage pieces nationally and internationally, as well as being engaged in researching and exchanging ideas on new forms of creation and autonomous ways of life. Isabelle has been trained at the École Nationale Supérieure d'Art de Bourges.

João Pedro Rodrigues

Filmmaker
EcoQueerÉcho


João Pedro Rodrigues started by studying Biology with the aim of becoming an ornithologist, before dedicating himself to Film Studies at Escola Superior de Cinema de Lisboa, where he graduated. His work is dedicated to the exploration of human desire, in all its aspects and forms, reflecting the diversity of cinema history, from classic fiction to documentary and experimental. His films have been screened and awarded at major international festivals, including Cannes, Venice, Locarno, and Berlin.

 

Photo: Diego Sánchez

João Rui Guerra da Mata

Filmmaker
EcoQueerÉcho


João Rui Guerra da Mata was born in Lourenço Marques, Mozambique. He started working in cinema in 1995. He was a professor of Artistic Direction and Production Design at ESTC (Lisbon) from 2004 to 2011. He is a filmmaker, and has worked as artistic director and production designer in several films. He collaborates regularly with filmmaker João Pedro Rodrigues, in many of whose films he is also a co-writer.

Photo: Diego Sánchez

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