Patrick Bresnan works as a visual artist (otisike.com) and filmmaker. He received his formal education working for notable Mission School artists Clare Rojas and Barry McGee (a.k.a. Twist) in the creation of new work for exhibitions in the United States and abroad. His video art and photography installations have been displayed nationally in galleries and museums. In 2013, he produced Mike Palmieri & Donal Mosher’s short film ROUGAROUING (Hot Docs, Sheffield Doc Fest) and was the researcher and camera for the feature documentary KILLING TIME (IDFA, True/False). He directed the feature documentary ONE BIG MISUNDERSTANDING, which won the top grant from the Austin Film Society in 2010 and is currently in post-production. He holds a master's degree in Sustainable Architecture from the University of Texas in Austin.
Ivete Lucas was born in Brazil and started her filmmaking career in Mexico. At age 23 she received a grant from the Mexican Film Institute to direct her first short film ASMA, which was shortlisted for the Mexican Academy Awards. Since then she has written and directed award winning short films and documentaries, which have screened in festivals, museums and PBS. Ivete also works as a video artist and is currently producing a feature film for the artist Keren Cytter. Her first feature documentary ONE BIG MISUNDERSTANDING is slated to be finished 2016. She holds an MFA in Film Production from the University of Texas at Austin.