Stanislav Kapralov



Director, screenwriter, and producer Stanislav 'Stas' Kapralov is based in Kyiv, Ukraine. In 2011, he started directing commercials, and became a successful commercial director working across Eastern Europe.

In 2016, Stas directed his first critically acclaimed short, Sui Caedere, winning a platinum award at the Houston Cinema Arts Festival. In 2017, Stas co-directed the documentary film, Ghetto Uprising: The Untold Story, and in 2018, Stas' second short film was released, the surrealistic, I Am Illusion.

In 2019 Stas began work on his first feature as a director - the thriller Let It Snow (Lionsgate), which was released worldwide in 2020, and that same year, he directed his second feature, the US/Ukrainian mystery thriller, Egregor, which was scheduled to release in Ukraine the week Russia invaded.

Within the first weeks of the war in Ukraine, Stas organized an information front consisting of 200 video-content specialists and worked to push back against Russian propaganda. In the first month alone, over 300 clips and 8 edited videos were created – Stas having directed several that were made for the First Lady of Ukraine – Olena Zelenska. For half a year since the war began, Stas worked with Ukrainian embassies in different countries to shoot a video for the USAID Foundation. Since the start of the invasion, Stas has been filming a documentary feature, Searching for Nika, inside the war zones, which details his search for his missing dog, as well as documenting the plight of animals and the rescue volunteers affected by Russia's aggression in Ukraine.

Roger Corbi
Yan Fisher

FishCorb Films

Production Company

Roger Corbi started his career in 2003, producing international action thrillers for Sony Pictures Entertainment. During this time, Roger produced films such as 'Art Heist' with Ellen Pompeo and William Baldwin, 'Crusader' (2005) with Michael York, 'The Deal' (2007) with Penelope Ann Miller, and 'Stevie' (2008) with Jordi Molla, to name a few. 

In 2009, Roger teamed up with LA-based producer Yan Fisher-Romanovsky (‘The Perfect Witness,' ‘Pathology’), and they established FISHCORB Films, an independent production company based in Los Angeles and Barcelona.

Since then, FISHCORB Films has produced financially strong and critically acclaimed projects such as, 'Ben-Hur' (2009), an international mini-series produced in collaboration with Antena 3, ProSieben, and ABC, Imagen Foundation and NAMIC Vision Award Winner, 'Lies in Plain Sight' (2010) and, 'Seve' (2015) based on the renowned golfer Severiano Ballesteros life. 'Seve' premiered in London in the fall of 2015 and was released theatrically worldwide.

In 2017, FISHCORB Films produced the award-winning indie feature, ‘Our, Little Secret’ and the remake of the Hollywood classic, ‘Papillon,' starring Charlie Hunnam and Rami Malek, which premiered at the Toronto Film Festival and was released theatrically in the US by Bleecker Street.

In 2020, FISHCORB Films completed 'Let It Snow,' a feature film starring Ivanna Sakhno (‘Ahsoka,' ‘Pacific Rim’), which was released by Lionsgate film in the US, with Arclight representing the title internationally. 

Recently, FISHCORB Films completed 'Waiting for Dali,' a feature film starring Jose Garcia (‘Asterix & Obelix: The Middle Kingdom’, ‘Fox Hunt’), Ivan Massague (‘The Platform,’ ‘Pan's Labyrinth') and Paco Tous (‘La Casa Le Papel’), which was directed by visionary filmmaker David Pujol. The film is currently being sold worldwide by Embankment Films.

Now, FISHCORB Films is in the last stages of post-production for the feature documentary, 'Searching for Nika', about the animals displaced, killed, and abused during the current Russian invasion of Ukraine, and co-produced between Spain, the US, and Ukraine.

In addition, FISHCORB Films has just completed a podcast in collaboration with Omri Rose ('Shadow of Truth') and MGM, based on a USA Today article read by over 65 million people, and the company is developing a docu-series and feature film based on the same property.

FISHCORB Films is in development on 'Prove di Bacio,’ which will be the second collaboration with director David Pujol, as well as 'Unusual Cowboys,' a feature film written and to be directed by the Goya Award Winner Jose Pozo.


Taras Stadnikov

Producer, Co-founder of Inner Gravity Pictures

Inner Gravity Pictures — a production company that specializes in development and creative producing of films and premium TV shows, targeted at a global audience. It’s short “Mum’s Hairpins” received over 30 awards all around the world, including some at the most prestigious, Academy-Award qualifying film festivals.

Taras founded a 3D model and game character development company SMTRY. Serial entrepreneur, investor, strategist and visionary.

Few years ago, Taras adopted an amazing dog Jacky.


Antonia Casado Ruiz

Executive Producer

Graduate in Art History from the University of Barcelona.

Consultant and advisor in executive production, production management, project development and financing of audiovisual projects.

For more than 30 years, her professional career has been linked to film production and audiovisual training.

She has been general coordinator of the Centro de Estudios Cinematográficos de Catalunya for 16 years.

As executive producer, production advisor, production coordinator or production manager, she has made more than 20 feature films, more than 500 short films and 25 documentaries, including "Tren de sombras" by José Luis Guerin, "Invocación" by Héctor Fáver, "Viaje a Narragonía" by Germán Berger, "El idioma imposible" by Rodrigo Rodero, "El cerco" by Ricardo Íscar and Nacho Martín, "Los niños del Nepal" by Joan Soler, "Sola contigo" by Alberto Lecchi, "Un otoño sin Berlín" by Lara Izagirre, "Pet" by Carles Torrens, "In loco Parentis" by Neasa Chianáin and David Rane, "Bajo la piel de lobo" by Samu Fuentes, "Serás hombre" by Isabel de Ocampo and "Esperando a Dalí" by David Pujol.

Several of these productions have been selected or awarded with prestigious national and international prizes (Cannes, San Sebastian, Venice, Berlin, Sundance, Karlovy Vary, Goya Awards).

She has worked as executive producer, production consultant, project development and public and private financing both nationally and internationally with the production companies Marimón Padrosa, Patofilms, Secuencia Cero Films, Cráter, Moonlight Barcelona, Nasa Producciones, Orreaga Filmak, Gariza Produkzioak, 4youfilmfactory, Mandil, Gris Medio, Magic Lantern, Green Lemon Ideas For Change, Fishcorb and Algobrand.

She has participated as a jury member in the Manresa Film Noir Festival, International Film and Environment Festival, "Vamos para largo", Cortomieres. 

Member of the Commission for the Valuation of Grants of the Basque Government 2012.

Committee of experts Ibero-American Festival of Huelva 2015.

Member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences of Spain.


Ksenia Boisvert


Ksenia began her acting career at nine-years old in Riga, Latvia. She has since played in countless theatre and immersive performances, film, and TV shows across Europe and the US.

Now a young mother herself, Ksenia is branching out to producing films. With a slate of five documentary projects under her belt, she's always on the search for stories that touch our lives and reveal our humanity. She is currently developing several exciting film projects, including a feature film, The Harborview Confessions.

Acting, producing, and being a mom of a toddler is a full-time adventure. Fortunately, Ksenia loves adventure.


Dedkov Danil

Director of Photography, Editor

Director of photography of feature and documentary films, As well as an editor.

Freelancer. He cooperates with the largest video content production companies in Ukraine. Cinematographer of such films as: Kruty-1918 (B&H Film Distribution Company), Its Me (President Production), Why Am I Alive (Odessa Film Studio)


Oleh Hiienko

Director of Photography

In the fall of 2018, Oleh collaborated with director Anastasia Pashchenko to shoot his first short film "Dyvak" as a director of photography, which was a screen adaptation of Hryhir Tiutiunnyk's story. His exceptional work on this film was recognized when he won the award for the best cinematography at the Odesa Film Festival "The First Step" in 2019.

Over the next few years, Oleh continued to work with Anastasia Pashchenko on several projects, including the music video for the artist Lucas Bird's song "Elene" (2019), the documentary short film "Paula from Brno" (2020), and the short film "The Edge of the Sky is Burning" (2021). He also collaborated with director Oleksandra Petlovanna to shoot the short feature film "Raised and Fell Down" in 2021.

As part of the Zukovich Films production team, he has been involved in filming various music promos and clips as a cameraman or director of photography. In 2020, he started shooting a documentary project about the lives of musicians during the coronavirus pandemic with director Anatoly Zelenko. Although the project was suspended after February 24, 2022, it was later resumed in a new context.


Lev Kostenko

Director of Photography

Lev is a Director of Photography based in Kiev, Ukraine. He has worked on advertising projects, short film, and documentaries, first for Moon Production, then for Glenfilm, and later on a freelance basis.

His freelance work on the short films Smell of the Field and I Will Take You Home garnered several prestigious festival awards.


Carmen Ávalos del Pino


Doctor of Philosophy from the University of Cambridge (UK). She graduated in anthropology from the University of Barcelona and carried film studies in Paris between 1995 and 1999 in Ateliers Varan and École Pratique des Hautes Études (Sorbonne). 

Between 2002 and 2010 she worked as an audio-visual producer in different Spanish and French media, such as TVE or France 5.

For more than 20 years, she has been script doctor: she won the Goya for best short documentary film with "Children of Nepal" (2002) by Joan Soler, the New Authorship Award at the International Film Festival of Sitges with “La Edad del Sol” (2010), “The Festival of Lies» (2016) de Silvia Subiros, was selected at Visions du Réel film festival or more recently she won the Audience Award at the DocsBarcelona Film Festival with “Robin Bank” (2022) by Anna Giralt.

She has also worked in international institutions; she was senior audio-visual consultant in OBREAL GLOBAL (Observatory for European Union-Latin America Cooperation) between 2005 and 2010.

She turned her attention to teaching, sharing her knowledge on both writing and directing at Bande à Part Film School of Barcelona and at the Autonomous University of Barcelona where she has been working continuously since 2009 at the Department of Audiovisual Communication and Advertising. She also develops audio-visual productions as tutor of post-graduate students at the Master's Degree on Digital Creativity and the Master’s Degree in Creative documentary, amongst others.

She has been visiting professor at different international universities to teach courses and seminars, such as the Creative Documentary Seminar at the Institute of Communication and Image of the University of Chile.

She is currently participating in different projects, as director-scriptwriter in “When the shadows turn", a documentary film and as scriptwriter in "Searching for Nika", a feature film in post-production phase, produced by Fishcorb Films.


Omri Rose

Development Coordinator/Co-Producer

Omri Rose is a writer, producer, and actor who has worked across Film, TV, Commercials, Podcasts and Video Games. He collaborated with Stas on his previous two features and has been Head of Development at Fishcorb Films since the start of 2023.

Producer of the hit podcast series Spies and Lies, as well as the award-winning short film Achan and Ezra, Omri has a slate of upcoming projects across mediums for 2023.


Ricardo Curto


Ricardo is a composer, producer and pianist who writes instrumental music. His music has often been described as sincere, emotional, and immersive.

His last works are the soundtrack for Netflix limited series The Mess You Leave Behind (El Desorden Que Dejas), RTVE series Ana All In (Ana Tramel El Juego) and the last seasons of Netflix acclaimed series Elite. He also wrote the opening theme for Movistar+ series Instinto.

He has received two nominations at the Hollywood Music In Media Awards, and he has collaborated with ensembles such as the Czech National Symphony Orchestra in Prague, the Hollywood Chamber Orchestra in Los Angeles and the Reykjavík Orchestra in Iceland.

Ricardo is a Yamaha Artist.

He graduated from Berklee College of Music, in Boston, USA, where he was mentored by the legendary pianist and composer Joanne Brackeen. He also holds a masters degree from Berklee Valencia.



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