Dennis Lanson is a filmmaker and writer. He has made documentaries on place and process since the 1980’s. To Hear the Music, a recent film (2014), about a Gloucester organ builder and the creation of a single organ placed in Harvard’s Memorial Church, has been broadcast on WGBH, Boston; and PBS stations throughout New England. Its U.S. festival premiere was at Woods Hole; it also appeared in Nyon Switzerland at Visions du Reel.

Other films include The Phans of Jersey City, about a Vietnamese refugee family, co-directed by Steve Forman, which screened at New Directors/New Films. Booming, about Wyoming uranium miners, screened at Park City and Denver Intl. Festivals. Gringolandia looks at expatriate life in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. Seeking the 36 is the story of a spiritual seeker investigating the Jewish myth of the Lamed Vov, the 36 Just Souls who hold the world together. A dramatic feature, Pitstop, premiered at Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts, screened at a number of festivals, and was also broadcast on WGBH.

Dennis has also taught film in the Boston-area most recently as a full professor at Endicott College and prior to that at NYU, Cal Arts, Emerson College, and Boston’s Museum School. He has also worked professionally as a tape editor on numerous television productions for PBS, Discovery, and other outlets, is an emeritus member of the Writers Guild of America, and has written numerous screenplays.

On Dialogues with Mother Earth, he will be assisting his wife, Erica Daborn, as a co-producer of the project, as well as writing, and shooting and editing video as necessary.

Miguel Llavori-Molina
Born in Madrid, Spain. Miguel has a Masters of Architecture from Alcalá de Henares University, Madrid, Spain, and his Post-Baccalaureate Certificate at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. He has worked since 2008 as a concept artist and designer for the Madrilenian music and cinema scenes in projects such as La Tumba de las Almas I, Suave Seda and Da Groove Machine .Recent group exhibitions include Dual Identities, Art in April,  at Tufts University, Somerville, MA, Student Juried Drawing Show at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA. His upcoming solo exhibition: El año que dormí mirando al sur, will be on show at Alcalá de Henares University, Madrid, Spain in July 2015. He has received a Merit Scholarship award from the SMFA Boston and the Jorge Herreros Martínez Scholarship award for Tufts University .

For Dialogues With Mother Earth Miguel produced the animated 3D model of the installation.

Viridiana Gutiérrez  
Born in Mexico City, is an art historian with an MA in Modern and Contemporary Art. She specializes in art appraisals and cultural management for private and public institutions and associations. She has worked as exhibition coordinator for the National Institute of Arts (INBAL) and the Cultural Office of San Miguel de Allende, focusing on curatorship, exhbition design and installation. Her art essays and reviews have been published by Forbes Magazine, CONACULTA, Golfa, Fahrenheit, mmmeta.file, ArtNet and other digital media. Since 2019 she promotes contemporary artists around Mexico and manages various cultural projects. She lives and works in San Miguel de Allende, GTO.
For Dialogues With Mother Earth Viridiana is representing the project to cultural venues in Mexico.