Euzhan Palcy

Martinique-born Euzhan Palcy, an unconditional fan of Fritz Lang and Orson Welles, studied French literature at the Sorbonne and cinema at the “Ecole Nationale Supérieure Louis Lumière”. Encouraged by her “French godfather“, François Truffaut, Palcy directed her first feature, Sugar Cane Alley, in 1983. 17 international awards later, she becomes the first black woman to… Continue reading Euzhan Palcy

Mar Targarona

Mar Targarona founded the production company Rodar y Rodar with her husband Joaquin Padro. They were initially active in advertising, which won them many awards, including a Golden Lion at the Cannes Advertising Festival. In 2004, she began producing films with The Uninvited Guest by Guillem Morales. Mar Targarona loves genre cinema and has a… Continue reading Mar Targarona

Christina Lindberg

Avant-garde feminist Christina Lindberg provoked at an early age by posing nude when she was barely 18. She went on to pose for renowned magazines such as Penthouse or Playboy, but Christina has mostly become a true icon of underground cinema and more in particular erotic and softcore sexploitation. She rose to international stardom with… Continue reading Christina Lindberg

Macarena Gómez

It’s a bit hard to concentrate on writing the bio of one of our favorite actresses when only the thought of her emerald green eyes alone is enough to make us giddy. Here goes: Macarena Gomez is a true mascot of the BIFFF ever since her mythical part in Sexykiller (Audience Award 2009). She’s not… Continue reading Macarena Gómez

Axelle Carolyn

Lifelong horror (and BIFFF) fan and Brussels-born director Axelle Carolyn started out as a film journalist and author. She published her first book, It Lives Again! Horror Movies in the New Millennium, in 2007. She wrote and directed a series of award-winning shorts before helming her first feature, the original ghost story Soulmate (BIFFF 2014).… Continue reading Axelle Carolyn