For the fourth consecutive year, In-Edit collaborates with Reteena in In-Edit Talent. The short-format musical documentary creation workshop reaches its fourth edition, adapting to the reality of the moment and collaborating for the second time with the Cruïlla Festival and its Cruïlla XXS project. The workshop, aimed at young people aged 15 to 25, included an initial immersive training session where participants got an overview of the musical documentary, the keys to creating a good script and tips for correctly managing musical rights in audio-visual pieces. New to the 2021 edition, the training sessions included a masterclass on gender equality by Clàudia Mera and María Castellví.
The second part of the workshop consisted of creating a documentary short film about an artist or musical group participating in Cruïlla XXS, passing through all the phases of creation: prior documentation on the artist, scriptwriting, filming and editing.
The final result can be seen at In-Edit Festival on the 4th of November at 17:30h.
You can download your tickets here.
Music documentary Masterclass
Journalist, cultural manager, editor and audiovisual translator. Coordinator of the artistic department of the music documentary festival In-Edit, he directed the Spanish edition of Vice magazine and was editor-in-chief of the supplement Què Fem? (La Vanguardia). He is also currently in charge of communications for the sound and visual art festival Eufònic.
Documentary script Masterclass
Graduate in Audiovisual Communication at Ramón Llull University. Director, screenwriter and editor of documentaries, he began his career in 2010 with “Venid a las cloacas: La historia de La Banda Trapera del Río”, winner of the national and audience award at In-Edit Festival; exhibited on TVE, TV3, Canal+ and Betevé and released on DVD by Cameo. In 2013 he directed the documentary “El peor Dios” about the punk band Desechables. In 2019 he premieres on Netflix “Parchis: El documental”, third most watched documentary last year on this platform in Spain and seventh in Mexico.
Rights management Masterclass
Artists, creators and cultural companies manager of artists, as well as a lawyer specialised in intellectual property, with twenty years of experience. Professor in copyright and trademarks at the University of Barcelona; he is also an expert in branding and cultural marketing and director of the agency creatiBEty.
Gender equality Masterclass
Graduated in Audiovisual Communication at UPF and Master in Film Business at ESCAC, she has specialized in film distribution, communication and marketing. She is currently part of the children’s film distribution company Rita&Luca Films and directs the Reteena Festival, a proposal to bring audiovisuals to young audiences.
Gender equality Masterclass
Graduated in Audiovisual Communication and Master in Social Communication, she is currently doing her PhD at the Communication Department of the UPF. Her field of research is contemporary popular culture, feminism and youth studies. She directs the Reteena Festival, a proposal to bring audiovisuals to young audiences.