Regina was born and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina. At 18 years old she began her career as an actress when she moved to the UK to train at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.
After graduating from drama school, Regina joined an international touring company for 2 years performing for audiences all around the world.
In 2013 Regina relocated to London, UK where she is now based. Since then Regina has continued to pursue her acting career as well as her producing career.
In 2015 her first theatre show as a producer, writer and performer premiered at the Battersea Arts Centre. In the years that followed Regina continued working as a performer and theatre producer and in 2017 she produced her first of many short films, Milagros.
In 2019 Regina wrote, produced and starred in “The Flying Seagull Spectacular” that premiered in Stretham Space Project. She then produced the live stream version in July of 2020 that reached an audience of almost 10,000 people across the globe.
With more than 10 years of experience in the film and creative industry Regina co-founded Travelling Panda Productions in September 2020.
Margherita has an M.F.A in filmmaking from Tisch School of the Arts (2016), where she focused on screenwriting.
Feature screenwriting work includes a contemporary family drama, The Salt of the Earth, which was selected for the IFP Emerging Storytelling Lab, the German Drehbuchwerkstatt, the Hollywood Blacklist, and the NYU Purple List in 2016. Helene, a Victorian love story, is in development with a London-based production company, Victoria Films, and was selected for the MFI Screenwriting Lab and the London Finance Market in 2018.
Television work includes writing in a writer’s room on a 1960’s spy thriller produced by Gaumont for Amazon in 2019, creating and writing a family comedy series for independent production company Dear Gaia Films in 2020, and a black comedy, Organs, which was selected for the Pitch Pool at Serien Camp in 2020.
Anna has been working in film and branded content for 10 years. Her short film work has screened at festivals internationally, such as Tokyo Shure Film Festival and Tehran International Short Film Festival, as well as the BFI and The Roundhouse.
Her first feature film as Camera Operator, Learning to Breathe, premiered at Raindance Film Festival. Her film Radiotherapy in 360 was shortlisted at the Charity Film Awards, and series You’ll Never Shut Me Up was awarded bronze at the Charity Film Awards. She’s a member of BFI NETWORK x BAFTA Crew.