Filmmaker and cultural manager with 20 years of experience in the audiovisual sector as producer, director, programmer and promoter of documentary cinema in Ecuador. Since September, 2016 he is the Director of the International Documentary Film Festival Encuentros del Otro Cine EDOC, the oldest and most prestigious Film Festival in the country.
As a producer his films have been presented at IDFA, Bafici La Habana, É Tudo Verdade, Viennale, Ann Arbor, Cartagena, Biarritz and Toulouse.





Film-club host, journalist and film critic for specialist magazines, since 1997 Luciano Barisone has contributed to numerous international film festivals, including the Locarno International Film Festival and the Venice International Film Festival. In 2002, he founded the Alba Infinity Festival, for which he has acted as artistic director until 2007. From 2008 to 2010 he was artistic director at Festival dei Popoli in Florence. Between 2011 and 2017 he has been the director of Visions du Réel in Nyon and as well member of the Funds Visions Sud Est. He wrote books on Catherine Breillat, Robert Guédiguian, Clint Eastwood, Naomi Kawase, Nicholas Philibert, Les Films d’Ici and Sidney Pollack. He has served as member of the jury at Cannes (Caméra d’or, 1997), Marseille (Fid, 2000), Valladolid (Seminci, 2003), Buenos Aires (Bafici, 2004), Lisbon (DocLisboa, 2004), Pamplona (Punto de Vista, 2008), Tel Aviv (DocAviv, 2008), Paris (Cinéma du Réel, 2009), Yerevan (Golden Apricot International Film Festival, 2010), Jihlava (2010), Toronto (Hot Docs, 2011), Sderot (Cinema South Festival, 2011), Sarajevo (2011), Amsterdam (IDFA, 2011), Krakow (2012), Pusan (2012), Sibiu (Astra Film Festival, 2012), Montreal (RIDM 2012), Locarno (2013), Perm (Flahertiana, 2013), Goyang City (DMZ 2013), Dubai (2013), Tiblisi (CineDoc, 2014), Winterthur (2015), Taipei (TIDF, 2016), Mexico City (DOCDF, 2016), FICCI (Cartagena de las Indias, 2017), Festival du Nouveau CInéma (Montréal, 2017), Budapest International Documentary Festival (2018), Docudays (Kiev, 2018). Documenta Madrid (2018), Queer Film Festival (Palermo, 2018), Open City Film Festival (London, 2018), PerSo Film Festival (Perugia, 2018), Visioni dal mondo (Milano, 2019). In this moment he works as creative producer and consultant for markets and international film festivals.



Toni Monty


Toni Monty is the Head of the Durban FilmMart, South Africa, an annual co-production market that provides African film-makers with the opportunity to pitch film projects to leading financiers and develop key networks for project development. Now in its 11th year, the Durban FilmMart is an established platform for African filmmakers to create partnerships and further the development and production of African cinema. Over the years, the Durban FilmMart has been fortunate to work with projects in development from all over Africa. Together with partner markets, festivals and funding organisations, DFM has provided many of these projects assistance in accessing the global markets through developing industry networks and enabling projects to experience opportunities at partner markets and festivals.



Uruguay, 1986.
Graduated from E.N.E.R.C. – I.N.C.A.A., in Argentina in 2010.
Market responsible at Doc Montevideo.
She teaches production at Uruguay Film School (ECU)
Executive producer of “En el Pozo” (2019) and “The Mathematics Cuco” (2017), with various projects in production and development.
Previously, she has independently worked as production manager, head of production, production assistant and executive production assistant in several projects.





Director and producer of documentary films, born in 1969. In 1995 founded La Maroma productions and in 2006 the film festival DocsMX. As film director and producer he has developed a wide range of long feature projects, series and TV shows. Also, he has participated as a juror at festivals and project evaluation committees, as well as workshops, discussion forums and workshops in Mexico, Latin America, Europe & Asia.



Jean-François Hautin


Jean-François Hautin is a graduate of INSAS (Brussels) in image and editing in 1975, Jean-François Hautin was a cameraman and then director of photography for around fifteen feature films, then chief editor for around twenty feature films from 1976 to 1995. In 1978, he created the SMAC company, with which he produced 2 feature films, several short films, advertising and institutional films. Since 1995, he has produced around sixty documentary films. From 2000 to 2011, he worked at the UFR Arts of the University of Bordeaux 3 in bachelor’s and master’s degrees in filmmaking and production. Since 201O, he has been a trainer for the Docmonde network for writing and production residencies. He is also the teaching manager of the Master 2 production at the Gaston Berger University of Saint Louis in Senegal. He is president of the association Lumière du Monde.