Leandro studied film direction and photography at Escuela de Cinematografía de Cataluña and he graduated in 2005 with a master's degree in documentary filmmaking from Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona. He attended the 2011 Flaherty Seminar. Leandro's documentary Ecos de la masía, about the Roma in Barcelona, was aired on the Barcelona Televisión (BTV). He has directed and photographed three hour-long TV documentaries for the public television program Zona Franca: La nueva escuela (2007), El día menos pensado (2008), and Un diario amable (2009). In addition, he has been director of photography for the documentaries La Isla chatarra, Otro mundo es posible and La motora roja tiene que aparecer.
Freddie has worked in the production of several documentaries in Puerto Rico and Cuba. His documentary Aljuriya was awarded the 2005 Best National Documentary at the San Juan Cinemafest. He graduated from Escuela Internacional de Cine y Televisión de Cuba in 2005, majoring in production. He directed, wrote and produced Secessionism, part of 10 en la música, awarded Best Documentary at the 2009 San Juan International Film Festival. He recently launched Flor de María (2011) a 10-minute short documentary awarded the Micros 2010 production fund.
Since 2001 he has acted alternately as editor, cameraman, and director for the Geoambiente, a local TV environmental documentary program. Among his last projects are the documentaries Aljuriya, 30,000 and the feature film El Clown. He has won an Emmy, for his role as director and editor of Agricultura Orgánica for Geoambiente, and a Latin Grammy as director of the best musical video Atrevete-te-te. Currently, he divides his time as director of music videos and as a professional editor.
Beni is a founding Board Member and Board Chair Coordinator of NALIP (National Association of Latino Independent Producers). She was Executive Director of the Association of Independent Video and Filmmakers in New York City (Publisher of The Independent Film and Video Monthly); Director of Production at the Independent Television Service; Executive-in-charge of Production at WNYC-TV; and Executive Director of the Center for Arts Criticism, a Minneapolis-based non-profit. Her documentary credits include El Corazón de Loisaida, Bragging Rights, and currently she's producing Coquito.