Siro Bercetche is an accomplished musician and audiovisual rockstar from Argentina, who has directed more than 20 music videos for local and international artists. Though his own music is an alternative-rock fusion, filming this documentary about hip-hop has awoken his love for documentary filmmaking.
He is currently in the post-production of one documentary about Argentine dubstep group, Nairobi, while filming another about an epic journey across Argentina on horse-back.
Sebastian is a Chilean sociologist who matriculated from the University of Chile and is currently studying cultural sociology at The University of Buenos Aires. He wrote his thesis on the uses of rap in Buenos Aires, which became one of the roots of this documentary.
He is a successful DJ who has played with numerous bands in Chile and Argentina. He also enjoys giving workshop that use hip-hop as a method of education. In his trajectory his mixes his passion for hip-hop culture with his love for analysis and documentaion.
Diane Ghogomu is a North-American artist, activist, and educator currently living in Buenos AIres, Argentina. She recieved her degree in African-American Studies and Economics at Harvard University.
She was awarded a Fulbright research grant, as well as an equipment grant from The Harvard Hip-hop Archive to continue researching the hip-hop community in Buenos AIres, specifically focusing on The African Diaspora.
In Buenos Aires she has dedicated herself to the teaching of primary students, bilungual yoga, and expression classes.