About us

Inverno films is an independent production company created by young talent that aims to develop meaningful stories, with a fresh visual approach and connected to young audiences.

Compromised by an international team, our diverse experiences provide us with a global approach supported by the experience of taking part in dozens of projects, from feature films to series and commercials, working with renowned clients from all over the world.

We portray on the screen the core of human conflicts through our stories. Inverno films was born to create quality and innovative content with soul, aimed at broad audiences.


Noelia Muíño

Noelia Muíño (Galicia, 1992) is a screenwriter, director, cinematographer and producer of several short films selected and awarded at numerous festivals, as well as being co-director of the miniseries ‘Sofía Casanova’ on Zenit TV. Her projects have been selected by numerous development laboratories, highlighting the award for Best Spanish Project in Nextlab for which she participated in the Annecy Festival. In addition, she has extensive experience as a 3D Previs & Layout artist at animation companies such as Skydance, Dneg VFX and Lightbox, among others.

Gerard Estalella

Gerard is a motion graphics artist and 3D generalist with experience in advertising, graphic design and new platforms. After working for Fake Studio, he continued his career path commissioning special effects, 3D content and motion graphics as a freelance artist. Gerard also collaborated in the shooting of Monte Bravo as a camera assistant and producer. His studies include a degree in product design at the Barcelona School of Design and a Master in Motion Graphics and 3D.

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Luis Vallejos

Luis Gyfu Vallejos studied film and animation at the Vancouver Institute of Media Arts (vanarts). He later worked on productions such as Snoopy, The Cuphead Show and Rick and Morty as a 2d animator. He also did commercial work for Valorant and Disney and directed the short film The Last Buffoonery, selected at various festivals. In 2023 he was a participant in the Nextlab Generation as a storyboard artist for the Puma_Blue project, together with Noelia Muíño.


Mike Brun

Mike Brun is a composer, performer, orchestrator, and music producer, working in cities such as New York, Las Vegas, Boston, and San Francisco. In 2019, he wrote the song Fork in the road for Freddie Falls In Love, a narrative dance piece by Emmy-nominated choreographer Al Blackstone. He also made the soundtrack for the short film Monte Bravo (2020). Brun has an MA in Film Composition from NYU.