Here you will find the profiles of directors, producers, audiovisual producers, actors, technical staff, etc. That by their trajectory and recognition have a prominent place in the national cinema.

Actor / Actress

Aída Morales

Colombian actress Aida Morales has enjoyed a long career in film and television but trained in the theater where she has played many universally known stage roles.
Born in Libano, Tolima, where she lived until the age of 17 when she decided to move to Bogotá and try her hand at acting. She never forgot the words of Pepe Sánchez (Buscando a Miguel) who in 1989 told her she should study if she wanted to land the big parts and began taking dramatic arts courses for stage, film and television with Paco Barrera. She completed her education with Carlos José Reyes and Carlos Duplat, and with Raúl Wiesner to whom she has been married for the past 20 years.
Her stage work includes “La badilla de San Sebastian”, “Hermana y esclava”, “Un musical de Navidad” and “Hacia la derecha por favor”. She got her start on television as an extra on the series “Cuentos del domingo” directed by Pepe Sánchez and Bernardo Romero Pereiro. Other television work includes Colombian productions such as “Padres e Hijos”, “Isabel me la veló” (2001), “Milagros de amor” (2002), “Amor a la plancha” (2003), “La viuda de la mafia” (2004), “Los Reyes” (2005), “Juegos prohibidos” (2005), the first production of “Decisiones” (2006), “Marido a sueldo” (2007), “La hija del mariachi” (2007), “Aquí no hay quien viva” (2008), “Cómplices” (2008), “El último matrimonio feliz” (2009) and “Tu voz estéreo” (2009). She co-stars in “A corazón abierto”, the Colombian adaptation of the series “Grey’s Anatomy”.
Aida has had roles in films such as Un amor en la penumbra, La luz en la roca, El niño y el papa (1987) by Rodrigo Castaño Valencia and shared the stage with Madeleine Store and David Corradine in Tropical Snow (1993) by Ciro Durán, Bolívar soy yo (2002) by Jorge Alí Triana and In fraganti (2009) by Juan Camilo Pinzón and co-starred in Chance, the first film by Panamanian director Abner Benaim, selected for the Huelva Film Festival in 2010 and for the 31st Havana New Latin American Film Festival.