Eréndira Ibarra is a Mexican-American actress, producer and casting director who began her career in 2006. In 2008 she played the character of Sofia in Capadocia, HBO's first premium series in Mexico, winner of international Emmys. That same year she participated in Issa Lopez's comedy Casi Divas.
Eréndira has also played prominent roles in several series and soap operas, including Las Aparicio, Camelia la Texana and Infames. In 2015 she gained recognition for her starring role as Daniela Velázquez in the Netflix series Sense8, created by the Wachowski sisters, and continued to appear in other Netflix series, such as Ingobernable.
Eréndira also starred in the Spanish-language drama-history television series Sitiados, produced by Fox Network Group Latin America and Dynamo, alongside Poncho Herrera, with whom she also worked in El Diez and Sense8.
In 2020, after co-starring in El Candidato at Amazon Studios, she was invited by Lana Wachowski to join the cast of Matrix: Resurrections. She has also worked on theatrical and film productions, such as the recently released film Enfermo Amor. Her most recent project is the upcoming release of Yellow on the Lionsgate+ streaming platform. Eréndira is also co-founder of Anónima Media.
In his films, he works with natural interpreters based on their own experiences, exploring the limits between reality and fiction. He studied Audiovisual Communication, Film Direction (ECAM), and History of Contemporary Art in Madrid, Rome, and Havana. He was also a scholarship holder at the Royal Academy of Spain in Rome and at Casa de Velázquez.
The Objects of Love, his debut feature, had a long run and won numerous awards, including the FIPRESCI at the Seville European Film Festival.
His documentary about the trans community, Sediments, was awarded the Feroz 2022 award and participated in international festivals such as BFI London, San Sebastián, Málaga, Thessaloniki (Special Jury Prize), Seattle, Gothenburg, Cinespaña Toulouse (Best Documentary), Outfest Los Angeles (Grand Jury Special Mention) and Newfest NY, among others.
His fiction feature film, My Emptiness and I, premiered in the Official Section at Rotterdam, won the silver Biznaga, Special Jury Prize at the 25th Malaga Film Festival, and the Maguey Award at the 37th Guadalajara International Film Festival
Ximena Romo is a Mexican film, television, and theater actress with more than 10 years of experience, known for participating in projects such as Everybody Loves Somebody, Tales of an Immoral Couple, the Mexican adaptation of the Hollywood hit 50 First Dates, as well as the Starzplay production Señorita 89.
Ximena also participated in the acclaimed film at Sundance This is not Berlin, a project for which she received an Ariel Award nomination in the category of Best Female Performance.
Recently, Ximena participated in the series María Félix, playing the leading character in her youth, and is about to premiere her new series, Los Artistas.