These are all the confirmed guests for In-Edit 2023: directors, producers, and national and international artists.
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Born in Tarragona, he graduated in journalism from Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona. For 8 years, he worked in the news services of Onda Cero Catalunya and COM Ràdio. Since early 2013, he has been involved in various television projects, such as "Salvados" on LaSexta, the game show "Boom" on Atresmedia, and talent shows like "Insuperables" on TVE. Since 2018, he has been working at Produccions QuartSL as a scriptwriter for the program "Saber y Ganar" on La2. "Garatge Club. A stage, 900 concerts" is his first documentary.
Co-founder of RV Films and professor at the Elisava University School, he holds a degree in Audiovisual Communication from Ramon Llull University. He has produced and directed music videos, commercials, documentaries, short films, and corporate videos. He is known for his collaboration with Catalan cultural entities and festivals, such as Aphònica, La Fira Mediterrània, In-Edit, or Moritz Feed Dog. He co-directed the documentary "Pauls Planet" (2013) about the singer-songwriter Paul Fuster. His latest cinematic venture is the documentary about Catalan band Companyia Elèctrica Dharma.
Born in Barcelona in 1980, he holds a degree in Sociology. He is also a freelance writer, scriptwriter, and documentary director, as well as an event producer and "infra DJ." His debut film, the documentary "Ciudadano Fernando Gallego: Baila o Muere" about Nando Dixkontrol, won the Best National Documentary and Audience Award at the In-Edit Festival (2017) and Best Documentary at the International Memorimage Festival (2018). At In-Edit 2023, he’s presenting his latest project, the documentary "MaQKina: historia de una subcultura".
Andrew Reich is an Emmy Award-winning television comedy writer/showrunner, best known as an Executive Producer on Friends. He has written and produced television pilots featuring stars such as Zac Efron, Candice Bergen, and Zachary Levi. He also created and hosts the long-running podcast "Dead Pilots Society". He discovered Redd Kross as a punk rock teen in Morristown, New Jersey, and has been a lifelong fan. He has waited years for someone to tell their story before deciding he needed to do it himself.
Legendary Dutch photographer and director of music videos, known for his work with artists such as Depeche Mode, Metallica, U2, Nirvana, Coldplay, Echo & the Bunnymen, and Front 242. A key figure in the post-punk and new wave aesthetic, recognized for his distinctive black-and-white style, he has captured iconic images of artists including Morrissey, Tom Waits, Joy Division, Grace Jones, Brian Eno, Captain Beefheart, Kraftwerk, Lou Reed, and Nick Cave. He also delved into filmmaking with "Control" (2007), a biopic of Ian Curtis, and the thriller "A Most Wanted Man" (2014).
An artist, composer, and Grammy-winning producer whose third album, "El Madrileño" (2021), solidified his position as one of the most ingenious artists in the current scene. Singles like "Un veneno" or "Para repartir" in 2019 marked the beginning of his exploration of Latin tradition. Incorporating urban sounds with rumba, bossa nova, corrido, son cubano, or bachata, he achieved success with hits like "Tú Me Dejaste de Querer" or "Demasiadas Mujeres." His "Sin Cantar Ni Afinar Tour" revolutionized the paradigm of live music with immersive cinematic production.
A Madrid-based director and producer, he has directed fiction feature films such as "Manos de Seda," "Cuando todo esté en orden," or "Arena en los bolsillos," as well as TV movies like "Otra Ciudad" and "Para que nadie olvide tu nombre." He has also directed the documentaries "Fiel a lo Incierto," focusing on the cinema of Gonzalo García Pelayo; "Ruibal, por libre," about the singer-songwriter Javier Ruibal; and "Chapa Discos," about the legendary Spanish rock label. His upcoming work, "Generación Lagartija," will explore the connections between the literary Generation of '27 and the work of Lagartija Nick.
The band was formed in the Sants neighborhood of Barcelona in 1972. Their musical style combines rock, jazz, Mediterranean folklore, and traditional Catalan music, and they are known for addressing social and political themes. Their second album, "L'oucomballa" (1976), established their musical identity. With 26 albums released, they have created anthems that are part of collective memory, such as "La presó del rei de França," "Inanahihé," or "Stella Splendens." Albums like "Tramuntana" (1977) or "Catalluna" (1983) solidified their position as one of the most influential bands in the Catalan scene, and in the 90s, they crossed borders with tours in Europe, USA, South America, and Africa. In April 2023, they celebrated their 50th anniversary with a grand concert at the Palau Sant Jordi.
She worked in content production for institutions and companies such as the United Nations in NYC, National Geographic in Cambodia, or Volkswagen in Berlin. In 2015, she received a Fulbright scholarship to study screenwriting at UCLA. Later she joined Participant Media, a production company known for its commitment to social causes. Currently living in Madrid, where in 2020 she co-founded the production company Little Spain. As a creative producer, she leverages her extensive experience to balance creativity and production.
Since 2003, he has been working in production and post-production in the film and TV industry. He coordinated "Un Mundo Cuadrado" (Álvaro Bejines) and "Juan de los Muertos" (Alejandro Brugués), which won the Goya for Best Ibero-American Film. As a production director led films such as "Mi querida cofradía," "Omega," "Sanz. Lo que fui es lo que soy," "Qué fue del Siglo XX”, "Qué tan lejos", "Sigo Siendo", and "Triana pura y pura", Best National Documentary at In-Edit 2013. Lately, he combines his own projects ("Mothertruckers," "Lava") with external productions ("El que la lleva la entiende," "Niño de Elche. Canto Cósmico").
A graduate in Audiovisual Communication from the University of Seville, he graduated from the International School of Film and Television (EICTV) in Cinematography in Cuba. He holds a Master's degree in Art Criticism and Everyday Aesthetics from MACBA (Barcelona) and a Master's degree in Fiction Screenwriting for Film and Television (UPF, Salamanca). He founded the record labels Meridiana and Discos Monterrey. In 2017, he directed the documentary "Indestructible, el alma de la salsa" about Diego El Cigala, which was nominated for the Goya Awards and received awards at festivals in Cuba and Panama.
A legendary DJ in the city of Barcelona, he began his professional career in Depósito Legal (L'Hospitalet de Llobregat) in 1985. After DJing in Barcelona clubs and discos such as Compliche, Bikini and Final, he founded A Saco in L'Hospitalet in 1991. There, he established himself as a DJ of alternative music and in 1994 he moved the club to the macro-room Zeleste until its closure in 2000. After its reopening as Razzmatazz, he was the resident DJ at Razz Club, and now holds the “Common People” parties. He has remixed bands like Love of Lesbian, Lori Meyers, Catpeople, Mendetz or Sidonie.
He was born in Granada. At the age of six, his father pointed a gun at him. At ten, he joined the Falange because he wanted to play the drums. He got married at sixteen and shortly afterward started using drugs. He should have died before turning thirty. For 40 years, he has played the drums for bands like Los Planetas and Lagartija Nick, with whom he recorded the legendary album "Omega" alongside Enrique Morente. For 20 consecutive years, he received the award for the best alternative Spanish drummer.
She is the showrunner of "The New York Times Presents," the documentary series from The New York Times, Left/Right, FX, and Hulu. A nominated Emmy producer and filmmaker originally from the UK and based in New York, she delved into television and new media production in 2002. Over the last 14 years, she has been creating documentaries and branded content, as well as television programs on music and popular culture. She has worked for creative agencies such as Federated Media and Full Picture, and major platforms and networks including HBO, A&E, Netflix, ABC, CBS, and CNBC.
Marian Dacal B2B Eva Martí (aka XTM Feat. ANNIA), two of the most representative voices of dance music in Spain, especially of the commercial phenomenon of the mákina music with hits like "Flying Free" and "Fly on the Wings of Love," will join the presentation of the documentary "MaQKina: Historia de una subcultura."
Born in Seville in 1971 and deeply connected to the city's music scene, he created his first documentary to narrate the life journey of the rocker Silvio with "A la Diestra del Cielo" (2007). Little did he imagine that his next project would span 12 years: in 2011, he contacted guitarist Rafael Riqueni to document the recording of a potential new album. Unexpected and chaotic events led him to become his manager and initiate a filming process that would extend until 2023: a documentary that tells the story of Riqueni's return to the stage after a situation close to homelessness.
Film producer with numerous national and international accolades: 21 Goya Awards (including Best Film for "La isla mínima" and "Juan de los Muertos"), three Conchas de Plata from San Sebastián ("7 vírgenes," "El hombre de las mil caras"), a Latin Grammy for Best Music Documentary ("Sanz"), and an In-Edit Award for Best National Music Documentary ("Triana pura y dura"). For TV, he has produced documentaries such as "Martirio," "El agropop," or "Tiempo de leyenda." His productions have also been featured in festivals like Berlin, Cannes, Toronto, Beijing, or Guadalajara.
Jesse Rudoy is a director, editor and born-again country music fan based in Brooklyn. His first feature film, “Dusty & Stones”, has screened at over twenty film festivals around the world and won numerous awards. Jesse is also the co-founder of White Label Yerba Mate Soda, a beverage brand served at nightclubs and raves throughout New York City.
She is a Professor of Film and Audiovisual at the Institute of Arts Sciences (Federal University of Pará, Brazil) since 2009. With degrees in Social Communication, Sociology, and Cinematographic and Audiovisual Studies, she is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Contemporary Art from the College of Arts at the University of Coimbra (Portugal), in co-supervision with La Sorbonne. As a filmmaker, she has produced more than 20 films, including documentaries and fiction, shot in the Brazilian Amazon, Morocco, Mali, Reunion Island, France, or Spain. In 2019, she directed the documentary "Mestre Cupijó e seu ritmo," exploring African influences in music created in the Amazon.
Jordi Esgleas Marroi is a filmmaker and cinematographer based in Barcelona. Born in 1976, Jordi’s career spans two decades covering work for TV channels, major sports events, advertising agencies, films and TV production companies. Recently, he worked as DOP in the documentary “Steve McCurry, The Pursuit of Colour” (2021-2022) distributed by Dogwoof.
Born in Barcelona in 1955, he is a cultural journalist focused on popular music and a music festival programmer (Blues & Ritmes, FIMPT, Festes de la Mercè). A co-founder of Ràdio Ciutat de Badalona in 1979, he has worked in various media, including radio (RNE, Catalunya Cultura, Ona Catalana, COM Ràdio), print (ABC, Diari de Barcelona, La Vanguardia, Rockdelux, Efe Eme), and television (TVC). Television was his entry into specialized reporting (Sputnik) and documentary filmmaking ("Flamenc-O," "El final no llegarà" about the Cuban Vieja Trova Santiaguera, "To de re per a mandolina i clariné," and "D’una manera silenciosa" about Toti Soler).
A scriptwriter and producer, he holds a Doctorate in Legal Sociology, a degree in Labor Sciences, and master's degrees in Cinematic Scriptwriting and in Production and Direction of Audiovisual Contents. In 2013, he founded the production and distribution company Du Cardelin Studio SL. He is a professor in the Department of Business Management and Organization at the University of Zaragoza, with various research lines in the field of the film industry. As a scriptwriter/producer, he has worked on documentaries such as "Buñuel, un cineasta surrealista" and "Las gemelas atomikas." He has also directed music videos and documentaries like "Epílogo para la muerte del Fauno," "The Prelingers: out of mind," and "Sebastienne."
Born in Barcelona in 1974. Trained in Fine Arts, Film Directing, and Cinematography, he won the Best Documentary award at the International Festival of Kosice and the FAD with "El moviment continu" (2000) and "Masovers" (2002). He is known for directing successful TV programs such as "El Foraster," "El Paisano," or "This is opera." He has also directed notable documentaries, including "La Fleur, Josep Carreras, and the fight against leukemia" (2013), "2020, the Great Stop" (2022), "La gran evasió" (2021), "Estadi Johan Cruyff, camí dels somnis" (2019), as well as the award-winning "From the Streets to the Fields" and "Ciao Pirla."
Born in Palamós in 1965, he is a journalist, director, and documentary filmmaker, working on TV series and formats. He is also a professor of Documentary Journalism at Pompeu Fabra University. As an independent director and filmmaker, in recent years he has collaborated with companies such as Minoria Absoluta, Arcadia Motion Pictures, Lymbus, Ottokar, Gestmusic Endemol, and FC Barcelona. Trained at the Capa Agency as a cameraman and journalist, he participated in about a hundred reports for the "24 Horas" program on Canal+ and directed titles such as "Vida de moro," "Rostro robado," or "Planeta Zara." He specializes in long-term and restricted-access projects.
Musician and director of the documentary "Peter Doherty: Stranger In My Own Skin," her experience in the film industry dates back to 2006 when she was responsible for editing and performed camera operator tasks in "O Lucky Malcolm!", a documentary about actor Malcolm McDowell. Other works include being the camera operator for the making-of of "Holy Motors" (2012) by Leos Carax, director of the making-of for "The Village of the Shadows" (2010) by Fouad Benhammou, and director of the music video for Pete Doherty's "Flags of the Old Regime" (2015).
Lisa is an American director and producer interested in powerful stories and talents overlooked by the mainstream. She has produced more than twenty titles for film and TV, with notable works including "Precious" (2009) and the documentaries "The Apollo" (2019) about the legendary Harlem venue, for which she won an Emmy, and "The Remix: Hip Hop X Fashion," featured at the Moritz Feed Dog festival. This year, she has premiered two documentaries directed by herself at Sundance: "Invisible Beauty," about the African American fashion pioneer Bethann Hardison, and "Little Richard: I Am Everything" (CNN Films). At the last edition of Tribeca, she presented "The Space Race," a saga about African American astronauts.
Born in 1966 in Carenas (Zaragoza) into an affluent family with a military father. At the age of 18, he had his first concert and joined the army for nearly 4 years until he was admitted to a psychiatric hospital. From then on, he alternated between his musical activities and frequent admissions and discharges from the psychiatric hospital, highlighting his drug addiction. With his demo "De empalmada" (1993) and the album "Ya hera ora" (1995), he quickly became a symbol of the national punk scene with his sharp and witty lyrics. Despite numerous personal ups and downs, he has remained active, releasing 7 more albums.
DOP and producer of reports and documentaries for channels such as Televisió de Catalunya, Cuatro, ARTE, BarçaTV, or BTV. Although he started in radio (Cadena SER), he soon discovered the power of images to tell human stories. Among his works are "Bomba de temps," "Hipercor, el peor atentado de ETA," "Actua," "Som dones," or "Trinxeres." Lately, he has been working as a DOP for the production company Minoria Absoluta, where he has filmed "Megaconstrucciones: Sagrada Familia" (National Geographic), "Neandertal, el último refugio (National Geographic)," "La Sagi, una pionera del Barça" (TVC), and "Megaconstrucciones Franquistas (DMAX)."
Born in L'Hospitalet de Llobregat in 1977 and a barber by profession, he was a co-author of the book "This is depo, 25 años de Depósito Legal" (2010), from which the idea for the script of the documentary "Voy a Saco, Guitarras y Clubs" emerged. He was a programmer and managed the promotion of the venue Depósito Legal between 2003 and 2009, and collaborated in the production of festivals such as Contempopranea, Let's Festival, PetitFormat, La Plaça Odissea, Fun Festival, and L'H Confidential. He has also made some cameo appearances on radio programs at Dublab, Ovejas Negrax, and Teléfono Rojo.
She specialized in film editing after studying Social and Cultural Anthropology. In her work, she combines fiction with non-fiction, and ethnographic sensitivity with cinematic experimentation. Escac Films produced her Final Degree Project short film "Animal Salvatge" (2021), with an extensive journey through festivals such as IDFA, D'A, DOCS Barcelona, or Alcances. She collaborates on film creation projects for young people and leads VOC, the showcase of short films in the original Catalan version promoted by Òmnium Cultural.
Valencian Mónica Núñez, better known as Mónica X, is a pioneer among female DJs in our country and globally. She has performed as a DJ around the world and runs the label 'Sex in the House.' Musically hyperactive, she currently hosts 'Generación X,' a radio show on MDT Radio dedicated to electronic anthems from the 90s and 2000s. She has released 70 tracks, the album 'This is X,' and up to 15 compilations. A distinguished guest to warm us up at the premiere of 'MaQKina: Historia de una subcultura'.
Since 2002, he's a classic figure in the alternative nightlife scene in Barcelona as the resident DJ at Sala Sidecar. With a trajectory marked by collaborations in various audiovisual projects, such as the radio program "Sábanas con Chinchetas," Nacho balances his eclectic DJ sessions with concerts with Ladilla Rusa. He will be spinning tracks before the screening of the documentary "Fatboy Slim: Right Here, Right Now."
Born in Barcelona in 1980 and practically raised in a video store, Oscar knew his passion for cinema from an early age. He studied at ITES, IDEP, and ESCAC. Professionally, he navigates between audiovisual production and teaching, balancing his role as Technical Manager at the International University of Catalonia (UIC Barcelona) with recording for various production companies and teaching specialized classes in camera and cinematographic language at the Nou Prodigi film school.
Director, screenwriter, editor, and producer born in Murcia in 1979. She graduated in Fine Arts and made her debut as a screenwriter and assistant director in "Los caprichos de Goya" (J.C. Garay, 2004). In 2005, she founded La Fábrica Naranja, a production company specialized in music videos (Depedro, IZAL, Vetusta Morla, Amparanoia, Huecco, Macaco). In 2016, she presented "Casamance, la banda sonora de un viaje," a music documentary shot in Senegal, at around 30 international festivals. In 2018, she closed In-Edit with "Peret: yo soy la rumba," and in 2023, she premieres "La Singla." In the same year, she developed the Spanish-Peruvian co-production "Juliette & Camile."
Screenwriter, director, and producer from the Barcelona-based production company Atiende Films, roles he combines with the pedagogy project Cinema en Curs and teaching at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra and the Escola de Cinema de Barcelona (ECIB). In 2013, he co-directed with Xesc Cabot the documentary "Bustamante Perkins," which received the Audience Award at In-Edit. His first feature film, also co-directed with Xesc Cabot, was "Sense sostre" (2019). Currently, he is preparing his second fiction film, "Tanit." His directorial career also includes documentaries such as "La nit en vetla," "El lloc on visc," and the web series "Activistes."
The English musician, leader of The Libertines, Babyshambles and Peter Doherty and the Puta Madres, is widely considered the most iconic voice of British indie rock and post-punk of the 2000s. In In-Edit 2023, he stars in the gripping documentary "Peter Doherty: Stranger In My Own Skin." The film, directed by his partner, filmmaker Katia de Vidas, explores his tumultuous life and artistic career, as well as his struggle with addiction. After the screening, Doherty will exclusively perform an intimate small-format concert.
In just 2 years leading La Zanfoña, she has produced 10 films and several documentaries. One of them, "Siete Jereles," was presented at In-Edit 2022 and awarded at the Seville Film Festival. An enterprising and innovative entrepreneur, she began her career more than 20 years ago with her own production company, La Mirada Rota, where she garnered several awards from the Junta de Andalucía, Diputación, and ICAAS. Specializing in the production and direction of various audiovisual projects (film, documentaries, and commercials), she has collaborated with other collectives and contemporary production companies, contributing to the consolidation of a business network in the cultural sector of Andalusia.
Considered one of the most outstanding string quartets of its generation internationally, the work of the Gerhard Quartet serves as the guiding thread of the documentary "Revolutionary Quartet: L'enigma Gerhard." Always balancing between the popular and the avant-garde, the Catalan Robert Gerhard was a disciple of Arnold Schoenberg and one of the most relevant and mysterious composers of the 20th century. After the documentary premiere, we will have the opportunity to enjoy the music of the quartet whose name pays homage to a key figure in dodecaphony and serialism.
Born in Seville in 1962, he is one of the great masters in the history of flamenco guitar, incorporating influences from jazz and classical music. As a teenager, he already won awards such as the Ramón Montoya, the Córdoba Contest, and the one in Jerez. "Alcázar de Cristal" (1996) became his last album for more than two decades. After years of serious health problems, he reappeared at the Flamenco Biennial of Seville in 2014, and in 2017, he finally released his seventh album, "Parque de María Luisa," acclaimed as a masterpiece. In 2022, he has reaffirmed his happy return to musical activity by closing the Seville Biennial and starting a tour in Madrid, Barcelona, Nimes, and New York.
Since 2004, he has been dedicated to filmmaking, scriptwriting, production, and direction in both cinema and advertising. His works are characterized by a search for visual poetics, moving away from the stereotypes of reporting. In 2012, he premiered his first feature-length documentary "A film about kids and music. Sant Andreu Jazz Band," with which he won the Best National Documentary Award at In-Edit and was selected in festivals around the world. Among his following projects are "Hollywood, una película experimental" (2014), the musical documentary "Andrea Motis, la trompeta silenciosa" (2019), "Societat Anònima" (2020), and the concert-documentary "Anna Roig, aportar bellesa al món" (2023), premiered on TVC.
Her first foray into the cinema world dates back to 2002 at the Cinecittà studios in Rome. She later traveled to Madrid to train in the Directing. Between 2015 and 2020, she specialized in Direction and Scriptwriting, serving as the Creative Director for La Zanfoña Producciones, Sacromonte Films, and Código Sur. She produced and directed commercials, music videos, and the series "Brigada de Fenómenos." Among her projects as a director, you can find the series "Yo no soy esa," "El que la lleva la entiende," and the documentary "Fernanda y Bernarda," which will be featured at In-Edit. She is currently preparing for the production of the fiction thriller "Seis."
His studies in interactive design in London, along with his critical spirit and willingness to take risks, caught the attention of two important production companies, Sauvage and CANADA, where he worked with high-profile brands. After gaining national and international recognition, he joined Little Spain, directing some of the most iconic music videos in the Spanish music scene. However, his true goal is cinema, a passion that has led him to create two award-winning short films: "Santos" and "Now You Know." He is currently working on another feature film script.
Born in Madrid, a writer and film director, he moved to Los Angeles in 2017 to explore new creative avenues. Currently back in Madrid, he is a co-founder of Little Spain along with María Rubio, Antón Álvarez, and Cris Trenas. As a creative director, he is notable for directing music videos, including those for "El Madrileño" by C. Tangana. He has also built a successful career as a commercial director. Currently, he is co-writing his debut feature film with screenwriter Clara Roquet.
Reporter and filmmaker born in Passau (Germany) in 1974. With a degree in Political Science and Sociology, he also has training in Human Rights and Democracy in Southeast Europe. Since 2010, he has directed documentary series on culture, travel, and nature for the ARTE channel, as well as sports documentaries for DW TV. Previously, he worked as a researcher for Amnesty International and as a reporter for Euronews. As an independent director, he has made documentaries such as "Rock in a Hard Place," "A Wall of Silence," and "El arte de perder," about the Chilean guitarist Andrés Godoy, which will be featured at In-Edit 2023.
A DJ from Barcelona with over 10 years of experience in hundreds of diverse parties and events, holding residencies in both Barcelona and Madrid. She has participated in festivals like the Coachella cruise and collaborated with brands such as Pull and Bear or Nike. Currently leading the "Mandanga" parties at Razzmatazz in Barcelona, she also entertains during matches at Palau Blaugrana for FC Barcelona basketball team and at Johan Cruyff Stadium for FC Barcelona female team. With a suitcase full of 80s, 90s, and 2000s anthems, she'll be setting the mood before the screening of the film "Let The Canary Sing" about Cindy Lauper.
A 30-year-old Portuguese filmmaker living in the Netherlands, he bought his first camera nine years ago and has been filming non-stop since. Growing up in Cascais, a coastal city in the Lisbon district where culture includes surfing, graffiti, and hip-hop, he started by shooting music videos for his many artist friends, leading him to work on weddings and then commercial projects. Currently, he works in advertising and documentaries. His short film "Jaaa, dat wil ik!" won the award for Best Short Music Documentary at In-Edit Netherlands.
Born in Palma in 1982, they are the founders of the production company Espaitemps. In In-Edit 2015, their documentary "Poder mirar als ulls" (2015) was showcased, telling the story of the independent Barcelona label G3G Records. Among their works, they have also created the documentary series "Desconeguts" (2017) and fiction series like "Treufoc" (2017, Pello Sarasola Award for Best Regional TV Program), "Mai neva a ciutat" (2018, Miquel dels Sants Oliver Award by Obra Cultural Balear), and "Mòpies" (2023), selected at the international Seriencamp festival.
Born in L'Hospitalet de Llobregat in 1974 and with over 20 years of experience at TV3, he has worked on countless productions, reports, interviews, and advertisements. His particular vision of audiovisual language and dynamic, rhythmic editing are his approach to making "Voy A Saco, Guitarras y Clubs," his first documentary as a director, where music and the treatment of archival images are of vital importance. His experience in the industry and his experiences in the indie scene of Barcelona and L'Hospitalet are well reflected in his first feature film.
He was one of the three founding partners of Garatge Club, a legendary alternative music venue in Barcelona in the 1990s. He was responsible for the programming of the venue and the musical selection for the disco, becoming the main DJ and the direct link with promoters and artists during concerts. After the closure of Garatge Club, he has remained connected to music: he collaborated in the creation of Rocksound, founded the company Garatge Produccions,, and for several years has been working at Sala Apolo in Barcelona, where he started with the Mundo Caníbal sessions.
Catalan journalist, columnist, and author with around ten published books, his latest work is the novel titled "32 de març" (2023). He has received the Sant Jordi Novel Prize for "Se sabrà tot" (2009) and the Ramon Llull Prize for "Algú com tu" (2015). In 2013, he directed the documentary "La Fleur, Josep Carreras y la lucha contra la leucemia." He has been the head of programs at RAC1, the director of the newspaper Avui, and director of television programs such as "Un tomb per la vida," "Aquest any, cent!" or "Àgora." He is the creator of successful audiovisual formats like "Alguna Pregunta Més," "El món a RAC 1," or "El gran dictat."
Xavier Esteban (Strasbourg, 1983) is a director, editor and producer. In 2005 he joined theproduction company Sagrera Audiovisual as an editor. In 2009 he became a freelance andsince then he has combined his activity as an editor in the film and television industry withthat of producer and director of his own projects in a more artistic and personal sphere.Creator of Antivaho Cinematográfico, he is the director and editor of the featuredocumentary Perifèria, premiered at Seminci2021.
Born in Barcelona and based in Tarragona for the last 30 years, he is a director, producer, and screenwriter. He is the founder of Delclot Studio, a creative and independent audiovisual production company. Among his projects are the documentaries "Fins al final," which recounts the ascent of the Nàstic de Tarragona Football Club to the second division (2015), and "100 dies" (2020), which explores how Catalan nursing homes experienced the first hundred days of the state of alarm during the initial wave of Covid-19. Passionate about cinema, he has always found inspiration in this form of expression to tell stories and convey emotions.
Xiula is a musical animation group from Barcelona composed of two musicians and two social educators who have revolutionized children's entertainment with songs inspired by rhythms such as hip-hop, reggae, Catalan rumba, dubstep, or pop-rock, and featuring assertive lyrics. The song "Verdura i peix" from their debut album "Donem-li una volta al món" is their most well-known track. They have also released albums like "Dintríssim" (2018) and "Descontrol mparental" (2020), which addresses the adult experience when children arrive. In recent years, they have created songs and music videos on topics such as bullying, evictions, or child sexual abuse.