Pablo Diconca lives in Montreal where he has worked in video, film and dance since 1995. In 1997 he presented his first videodance, Sauf Julia, launching him into the world of art video production. Following extensive training in theatre and dance - acquired in Uruguay, his native country, as well as in Mexico, Switzerland and Canada - and his lifelong search for a personal language and his experiences on the international scene, he travelled the Western world as a dancer for various choreographers. In 2001, he founded Meakulpa Productions, a non-profit organization that devotes itself to the creation, production and distribution of work related to dance and video in particular. Since the last nine years, Pablo Diconca has produced a dozen of independent videos. The last one, Flying Days, has been premiered in september 2006 at the Festival Images en Vues at the Madeleine Islands, it has also been screened at the Festival du Nouveau Cinéma last october as well as at the Festival Internacional de Videodanza de Buenos Aires in november 2006. Once more at the Festival du Nouveau Cinéma in 2008.