Well, here we are. This is our very last recap being part of this Sony Talent League, and that means thinking (and writing) about this journey. And what a journey! A lot of learning, working, and, above all, joy. We've enjoyed this so much that there is nothing but gratitude for being part of this, for meeting all of you: Kris, Rafi, Scot, Maureen, Andrew, but also Maria, Rute, Ana, Susana and all the team of THU, the Tribe Advisors and, of course, the other teams.

If we look back to the beginning of the program, our project has changed a lot, but it doesn't mean that it's a whole different project. In fact, I think that now it's more our story than before, it's more focused and has stronger foundations. It's what we wanted to tell but we didn't know how to tell it. And we are very proud of what we've achieved. Nevertheless, this is a starting point, just one more step in the bigger journey of actually making this film, and we are very motivated to keep going and see what happens in the future. It's a long journey, but we are enjoying the ride.

In this program we've learnt a lot of things and from very different sources. We've learnt from the process, from the mentors, from other projects and people involved... We've learnt how to comunicate our ideas to others, a lot of how to tell (and sell) a story, how music and sound has so much to say and how important it is to spend time and effort in caring about it, we've learnt about time management and prototyping, about focusing on what you're better at and involving people to make their best... All that learning is priceless for us, so thank you.

Now it's time for us to think about the future of the project. As you may know, we want to look for investors and more people to get aboard of our garden of monsters to help us to grow the project. We need to make contacts, look for spots to pitch the project and find the right people. All help is welcome, so if you have any suggestions, we're here and open to any opportunity of making this possible. And at the same time, we have to continue developing the characters, story and universe, both graphically and through writing, keep going (thank you Kris). We are really motivated and we believe in our project even more than the first day.

We won't say goodbye, because we really want this to be a see you soon. We'll keep in touch as much as possible, and we'll let you know about our next steps. We hope to be able to invite you to watch our film one day! But for now, that's all. Again, thank you so much to all of you, mentors, THU team and everyone that has made (and will make I hope) this program possible. Thank you for your kindness, support and wisdom, and see you soon.