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

Carolina Ramírez

Born in Cali, Carolina Ramírez is one of the most beloved and recognized actresses in Colombia, with an established career in Colombian television. She is one of the few Latin Americans that has received the Biznaga de Plata for Best Supporting Actress at the Málaga Spanish Film Festival, an award that has been granted to industry figureheads including Geraldine Chaplin (Para qué sirve un oso) and Yolanda Ramos (Carmina y amén).

Carolina always dreamed of being a dancer. She began studying ballet in Cali at the Colombian Institute of Classical Ballet in 1997 and at sixteen moved to Bogotá where she continued her studies at the Ana Pavlova Ballet Academy.

She attended her first casting for the telenovela El Inútil and that is where her love for acting began. She played the role of Lila in the children's program Jack el Despertador, broadcast every weekend. Thus began a career that has led her to become one of the most widely recognized actresses in Colombia.

Among her most memorable telenovela characters are Rosario del Pilar in La Hija del Mariachi (2008), her leading role in the series La Pola (2011), Mariale in the second season of El Capo (2012), and Yeimy Montoya/Tamy Andrade in La Reina del Flow (2018), a role for which she won the Best Favorite Talent Award in the thirty-fifth edition of the India Catalina Awards by the Colombian Audiovisual Industry.

Her film debut was in the feature film Soñar no cuesta nada (2006) in the role of Herlinda. In 2014, she brought her passions together and stared in the movie Ciudad Delirio, in which she plays Angie, a salsa dancer who runs a young salsa school in the city. For this role, Carolina trained daily with the twelve-time salsa world champion Viviana Vargas over the span of five weeks.

In Wandering Girl (Niña Errante, 2019) by Rubén Mendoza, Carolina plays the oldest of four sisters who come together after the death of the only thing they have in common: their father. The film opened the fifty-ninth edition of the Cartagena de Indias International Film Festival (FICCI), received two awards at the Tallinn International Film Festival in Estonia, one of the collateral prizes of the fortieth Havana International Film Festival in Cuba, and was named Best Film at the seventh edition of the Colombian New York Film Festival. The Biznaga de Plata for Best Supporting Actress was awarded ex aequo to the Colombian actor Carolina Ramírez and Maggie Civantos (Antes de la quema).
Her talent has led her to participate in several theatrical productions including Toc Toc (2006), Closer (2008), El amor de las Luciérnagas (2017) and Shakespeare In Love (2017-2018), presented at Teatro Colón in Bogotá.

April, 2019.