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Andrea Franco

With a License on Journalism, a Bachelor on Theory and History of Cinema and a Cum Laude Doctorate with a thesis about “the city through the eyes of the ibero-american cinema”. Her professional career is developed through the field of cultural management as charged and programmer of museums, films libraries, films festivals and digital platforms. She is a foreman in the OUFF (Orense Films Festival) and she contributes regularly with journals as La Furia Umana or Transit: “cine y otros desvíos”. She has been jury for other contests such as the films festival “Entrevues Belfort”, the “Muestra de Cine Europeo de Lanzarote” and the “Curtocircuito de Santiago de Compostela”’s Festival.


Áurea Ortiz

Professor in History of Cinema at the Valencia’s University (Universitat de València) and technician at the programming department of the Valencia’s Films library (Filmoteca de València), she has been part of that team from its very beginning. Her research publications cover the seminaries and expositions that mixes cinema, arts and the figure of women and feminity over the Spanish cinema. Expositions delegate, and jury on festivals as “La Cabina”, “Humans Fest” and the Alcalá de Henares Films Festival, and others. She has been a films critic for La Cartelera de Levante-EMV for 15 years, and she also helps in CulturPlaza – writing a weekly column about TV series –. Right now, she’s a member of the Podium Podcasts’ team called “Laboratorio de Investigación de Series” and the program “Café con Vistas de Radio Klara”. She is also part of the team of the Spanish Commission to Help Refugees (Comisión Española de Ayuda al Refugiado -CEAR-) and of “Valencia Acoge”, she has organized several cinema cycles and educational workshops for the human rights and communication medias.  JURADO CORTOMETRAJE

Eulàlia Iglesias

Born in Barcelona on 1972, she is a journalist and a critic that focuses in cinema and audio-visuals. She is a professor of “theory and analysis on films and television” and also “contemporary esthetic trends in communication in the Rovira i Virgili University of Tarragona. She is a member of the Redactions Counsel of Caiman Cuadernos de Cine – Caiman Notebooks on Cinema- and besides she helps in the special Ara’s journal section called “Play”, the El Confidencial Journal, Time Out Barcelona, Rockdelux y Sensacine and others. She also works as a consultant for the “Festival International de Cinema d'Autor de Barcelona”. She has also published several releases about the cinema’s world.


Isabel Durante

Films critic at Onda Cero since 1999. She is a Doctor and a professor History of Arts of the Murcia’s University. She is part of the research team called “E028-03 ‘Arte Siglo XX’: for the images, cinema and audio-visual communications” that lead them to the award of “Catalogue and filming heritage’s studies of the Murcia’s Region.” She is part of the research team called “El documental de arte en España (1939-1975)”, financed by the Spain’s excellency from the Economy, Industry and Competitive Minister. Her research aims are focused in the practice and the contemporary thinking of the cinema’s history. Her theses called “Rhetoric from nostalgy” sums up the questioning that define films as a tool for propaganda while for the dictatorial countries.


Milagros Mumenthaler

Swiss-Argentinian director. She studied a license in Cinema at the Buenos Aires University. Firstly, she directed several short-films as “A qué hora llega papá?” (2000), Cape Cod (2003), “El patio” (2003) and “Amancay” (2006). Then she directed her first featured film on 2011: “Abrir puertas y ventanas” (that won the Pardo d’Oro mejor película 2011 from the Locarno Festival –Golden Leopard for the Best Movie of the 2011-, the Pardo d'oro Mejor Actriz 2011 -Golden Leopard for the Best Actress of the 2011-, the Golden Astor to the Best Film and the Silver Astor to the Best Director from the Mar del Plata International Film Festival among others). On 2012 she released a short film called “Menuet” that was filmed the south of Argentina. On 2016 she participated on the Locarno’s Festival with “La idea de un lago” her second featured film, which premiere was for the San Sebastian’s Festival and that was commercially distributed by Numax by March of 2017.


Mireia Mullor

Freelance Cultural Journalist that lives in Barcelona. She graduated in journalism at the Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona (UAB) and is an active member of the “Asociación Catalana de la Crítica y la Escritura Cinematográfica” (ACCEC) - The Catalan Association for Critics and Cinematographic Writings-. Madame Mullor work in journals such as El mundo (for its column “Tendències”), Esquire, and “Fotogramas” (a group of specialized releases), from which she directs also its blog called “Cine Online”. She works also with the journals Cine Divergente, Revista Insertos and with Caimán Cuadernos de Cine. She also takes part in Ràdio Sant Feliu de Llobregat (Barcelona) for its sections Cine and El setè art. She has also been the press director from la Mostra de CineBaix for the Catalan region. As for her business area, she worked in the press department of Erika Lust Films, the adult’s films producer Erika Lust.


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