Tatiana Graullera, based in Mexico City, specializes in production, seeking in filmmaking to materialize risky projects in order to make cinema her space of manifestation.

Graullera studied Audiovisual Communication at the Universidad del Claustro de Sor Juana. She participated in the documentary film workshop given by James Benning as part of the International Contemporary Film Festival of Mexico City (FICCO).

She received a grant from IBERMEDIA in 2009, in 2010 her first project as a producer Un Mundo Secreto directed by Gabriel Mariño, and won the Swiss production fund Visions Sud Est. The film premiered at the 62' Berlinale.
In 2017 she premiered the documentary Guerrero by Ludovic Bonleux in Ambulante 12 and the medium-length documentary Camaleón by Miguel Calderón.

She directed her first short film Las Montañistas in 2015 which won the 15th IMCINE Short Film Competition, and was selected at the 30' Recontres Film Festival in Toulouse, France.
In 2018 with Una corriente salvaje documentary directed by Nuria Ibañez Graullera won the Swiss post-production fund Visions Sud Est. The same year she premiered La camarista, Lila Avilés' opera prima at the Toronto International Film Festival and premiered in Mexico. Both features were selected in 2018 at the Morelia International Film Festival and awarded Best Documentary and Best Feature Film respectively. La Camarista was selected to represent Mexico at the 2019 Academy Awards. 

She produced Tótem along with Louise Riousse, Lila Avliés' second feature. The same year she produced M20, Leonor Maldonado's debut documentary feature. The film was selected at FICUNAM 2023, the Morelia International Film Festival 2023, CinéLatino Toulouse 2024. Graullera is currently working on the production of La Santa Triada, documentary by Miguel Calderón and post producing  Sex Panchitos Punk, by Gustavo Gamou.

Louise Riousse is a French producer based in Mexico City since 2017. She graduated from La Sorbonne, Columbia University and Sciences Po Paris.

She worked at the Fémis Film School as the coordinator to a TV series writing program, and then entered CALT Production, a French film and TV production company. In 2016, she started working at Coproduction Office as a sales assistant (The Square, Triangle of Sadness).

In Mexico she first worked for the National Institute for Cinematography as a Sales Manager. And then for the International Film Festival of Los Cabos as an Industry Coordinator.
In 2020, she became Head of Distribution at Pimienta Films, Nicolás Celis's production company (Roma, by Alfonso Cuarón, Prayer for the Stolen, by Tatiana Huezo, Lost in the night, by Amat Escalante, among others) where she distributed in theaters exclusive titles for Netflix such as The Trial of the Chicago 7 by Aaron Sorkin, or Mank by David Fincher. She also distributed Mexican first features like Summer White by Rodrigo Patterson and Things we don’t do by Bruno Santamaría. She also collaborated with Mubi for the theater release of 7 features by Wong Kar Wai.

Since 2021, she's been running her company Laterna along with Tatiana Graullera. They produced together Tótem by Lila Avilés. In 2023, Louise executive produced the short film Les Bouches, by Valentin Merz. Merz made his debut with his first long length movie De noche los gatos son pardos, in 2022 at the Official Competition of the Locarno Film Festival. The same year, she was the associate producer to Xquipi, by Juan Pablo Villalobos, who won Best Short Film at the 2023 Morelia International Film Festival. They are currently developing his first feature, The Picture Thief. Louise is also developing Daniela Silva's next documentary feature, The Big Dream, and working on Valentin Merz's next projects that he will shoot in Mexico. 

In 2024 she took part in the Berlinale Talents, and was selected at the 2024 ACE Mentorship Program.