Una Comunión was founded in Mexico City in 2006 by producer Paola Herrera and director Enrique Rivero as a production company for independent feature films.

Paola Herrera

Mexico City, 1977

Studied Communication Sciences, and specialized in Cultural Promotion and Arts Administration in Mexico City. She became passionate about cinema after collaborating with the multi-award-winning directors Carlos Reygadas and Amat Escalante. She has collaborated in films as producer, executive producer, coproducer, associate producer and line producer. In 2011 she moved to Puerto Escondido, in Oaxaca State, where she has also been promoting quality cinema in the Costa Chica region of Mexico's Pacific Coast; being coordinator of Ambulante Documentary FF in Puerto Escondido (2012-2018), Director of the Film Program at Fundación Casa Wabi (2016-2018), and Operations Director of 5º Festival del Puerto (2019). Paola is a founder member of the Unión de Productores. > IMDB link

Enrique Rivero

Madrid, 1976

Mexican writer, director, producer and editor. After he studied industrial engineering and having worked in the banking industry, Rivero decided to become a filmmaker. PARQUE VÍA (2008) is Rivero’s feature directorial debut, which participated in over 60 festivals worldwide and won several international awards such as the Golden Leopard and FIPRESCI at Locarno Film Festival. His second feature MAI MORIRE (2012) was considered by Hollywood Reporter as “a stunning piece of Mexican realism” and was worthy the Best Technical Contribution at Rome IFF, among others. POZOAMARGO (2015), his third film starring Natalia de Molina, won Best Film New Waves at Seville European Film Festival. > IMDB link