Verônica Guedes is a jornalist, filmmaker and executive director of For Rainbow. Between 1988 and 1996 she wrote and directed the short films "Mulher Face a Face", "Nós e o Mundo", "Louco por Arte" and "E daí?", among others. She wrote the feature films "Carlos Gomes Il Selvaggio" and "Zé Sozinho" and directed the feature film "Formigas", adapted from the work by Lygia Fagundes Telles. Veronica works as a culture and communications consultant for the NGO Cenapop.
Labelle is a militant of LGBT, youth and black movements. She is a student of Advertising, designer and artist. In recent years she has fought for the rights of the LGBT population and the development and social regulation of public policies concerning the struggle against homophobia, racism and sexism. She's been a collaborator of For Rainbow since 2008.
Maurício Macêdo was born in Quixadá, interior of Ceará, graduated in Audiovisual e Novas Mídias at the Universidade de Fortaleza and Social Communication in Advertising from the Federal University of Ceará. Maurício works in the audiovisual industry as a producer on several feature and short films, as Os Pobres Diabos (2014), of Rosemberg Cariry, O Melhor Amigo (2013), Allan Deberton, Lição de Esqui (2013) by Leonardo Mouramateus, Medo do Escuro (2014), Ivo Lopes Araújo, Clarisse (2015), Petrus Cariry, among others. He also works in film-related events such as the Iberoamerican Film Festival - Cine Ceará, the Nossas Américas – Nossos Cinemas: First Meeting of Young Filmmakers in Latin America and the Caribbean and the Janela Internacional de Cinema in Recife. He is currently producing the new feature film of the director Armando Praça and produces the Laboratório de Cinema da Escola Porto Iracema das Artes with tutors Karim Aïnouz, Marcelo Gomes and Sérgio Machado.
Allan Deberton got his Bachelor Degree on Cinema at the FederalFluminense University. He directed the films "Doce de Coco" (2010) and "The Best Friend" (2013), which took part in more than 90 festivals in 19 different countries taking home 37 awards. In 2013, he produced the Brazilian Festival of Cinema of Vale do Jaguaribe in Russas, Ceará, along with André Gress, who founded Broadway Brazil of Theatre Musical in Ceará. Allan was a pupil of Robert Mackee, Hollywood's screenwriter guru. At the moment, he is producing the documentary feature "O Outro Lado do Atlântico" (2014), by Márcio Câmara e Daniele Ellery, which is a Cape Verde-Brazil production. He also produces the 8th For Rainbown Festival of Sexual Diversity Film and Culture. He is the producer of Broadway's Avenue Q in Fortaleza, licensed by Music Theatre International and sponsored by Correios.