Victoria Volkova



Beauty and lifestyle content creator, author, actress, businesswoman, DJ, TEDx speaker, trans and LGBTIQ+ rights activist. She began creating content on social networks like YouTube to share her experiences as a trans woman in Mexico at the age of 18. She became a reference for the trans and LGBTIQ + community since she documented her transition process month after month on her social networks, creating a message of inclusion and defending the freedom of being of each person. She is one of the top online content creators in the LGBTIQ+ community with more than a million followers on YouTube and more than 900k followers on Instagram.

She is the author of her book Victoria, mi camino hacia el amor propio (Victoria, my path to self-love), where she recounts moments and stories in her life that gave her the most valuable lessons. In 2020 she was the first trans woman to pose for Playboy magazine in Latin America. Considered by FORBES Mexico magazine as one of the hundred most powerful women in 2018 and 2021. She has a TEDx talk in 2017, Cómo ser tú mismx sin morir en el intento (How to be yourself without dying in the attempt) where she talks about the power of being yourself and how she was able to overcome his battle with depression and with the injustices of the day to day. She is an ambassador for the YouTube Creators for Change program in 2018. Leading role in the film Sexo, Pudor y Lágrimas II. Quién magazine named her as one of the “31 women we love” in its 2021 issue.

Brays Efe



Born in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, raised between Galicia and La Rioja, he moved to Madrid to study Audiovisual Communication at the Complutense University.

As an actor, his work stands out in Paquita Salas, a series by Javier Calvo and Javier Ambrossi, for that reason he received the Feroz Award in his first season. He has also participated in films such as Cómo sobrevivir a una despedia by Manuela Moreno, El futuro by Luis López Carrasco and ¿Qué te juegas? by Inés de León.

He has written and directed several short films, he has presented different online formats such as Tea Party by Mario y Alaska y Yasss. He has collaborated in ICON, Vice and i-D and in shows like Antes de que sea tarde and A vivir Madrid from the Cadena SER.

In Antena 3’s Tu cara me suena, each week he conquered millions of spectators, becoming Sara Montiel, C. Tangana or Netta. After two months of packing the Lara Theatre of Madrid, he starred in the tremendous success Las cosas extraordinarias, a play by Duncan Mcmillan, directed by Pau Roca, in Spain.

His last premieres have been the series Por H o por B by Manuela Burló Moreno and the film Orígenes secretos by David Galán Galindo.

Gabriela Sandoval

Director and founder of SANFIC Industry


Producer, cultural manager, programmer and distributor. Founder of the Santiago International Film Festival (SANFIC) and director of SANFIC Industry, a training and promotion space that takes place during the festival. Executive director fo AMOR International LGBT+ Film Festival in Santiago de Chile. Since 2015 she directs the area of film distribution of Storyboard Media in commercial and independent theaters.

She is executive productor of Storyboard Media and Cine Matriz SPA. She has produced the following feature-length documentary and fiction projects: Santiago, Italia by director Nanni Moretti, El pacto de Adriana by director Lissette Orozco, El cielo está rojo by director Francina Carbonell, Pacto de fuga by director David Albala, El Negro by Sergio Castro, El Guru by director Rory Barrientos, by director Sergio San Martín, Igloo by director Diego Ruiz, The cardinal by director Benjamín Ávila, After Elena by Shawn Garry, Third act by Patricia Correa, El porvenir de the look of Cristián Leighton, among others. She is president of the Association of Film and Television Producers, APCT.