Anne Monzon took up Film and Audio-Visual Communication at the University of the Philippines-Diliman where she graduated magna cum laude. In 2003 she was the Kodak regional representative to the Budapest Cinematography Workshop under Vilmos Zsigmond, ASC and Laszlo Kovacs, ASC. She trained under Shayne Sarte, FSC and has since worked on various music videos, TV commercials, and full length films. Namets! is her second film in the festival.


RJ Lacson is a multimedia artist who specializes in photography. He finished a film course at New York University. After taking the Director's Apprenticeship class in the Negros Summer Workshop in 2004, Lacson has since worked as a visual consultant for a number of independent films such as Nasaan si Francis?, Ligaw Liham, Ate, and Litsonero. He also directed TV commercials and did production design work for Peque Gallaga. Currently, he is a contributing photographer to various magazines such as The Philippine Tattler, Metro and Preview.


Fiona Borres has always loved film. As a young girl, she dreamt about the possibilities of having a film career. One of her ambitions then was to be a dolly operator without knowing what that job was really all about. She became interested in non-linear editing when she was a production coordinator at a TV station. In 1998, she joined Roadrunner Network as one of its in-house film editors. She enjoyed her life there so much that she made it her excuse for not finishing her masteral thesis in the University of the Philippines-Diliman. After 5 years, she decided to put up a little company with her friends to make their own videos and films. In Bonfire Productions, she works as a producer, editor, photographer, writer, soundman and coordinator. And finally, in Bonfire's first full-length film, she became the dolly operator for a day.