If you are between 16 and 25 years old, don’t miss out on our 6th edition of the workshop on creating music documentary short films.
The workshop includes:
The registration for this activity is closed.
Activity carried out within the framework of the Acció>Cinema project with the support of ACCD, Cruïlla, Reteena i ACLAM.
10:00 am to 11:00 am – Masterclass on Music Documentaries by Toni L. Querol
11:00 am to 11:30 am – Audiovisual as a Tool for Social Transformation: Perspectives from the Global South by Joana Bregolat
12:00 pm to 1:30 pm – Rights Management Session by Raúl Marín
10:00 am to 11:00 am – Masterclass on Screenwriting by Cristina Madrid
11:00 am to 12:00 pm – Masterclass on Gender Equality by Maria Castellví
12:30 pm to 1:30 pm – Presentation of Artists Featured in Documentaries and Group Work
Researcher-activist focused on the world of cooperation and global justice. Currently works as a Project Management Technician in the Education for Transformation area at CooperAcció. She is interested in a wide range of topics, from ecofeminism to financial justice, encompassing anything that contributes to advancing towards a future and transitions to dignified lives worth living.
Researcher and professor from Barcelona, affiliated with the Department of Communication at Pompeu Fabra University. She also serves as the director of Reteena, a youth audiovisual culture festival in Barcelona. She is currently conducting her doctoral thesis on hegemonic femininity in TikTok. Her research interests include popular culture, creative industries, and gender studies.
Graduate in Audiovisual Media and a student in the Cultural Management Master's program at the University of Barcelona. In 2019, she directed her debut film "Les Resilients," which won an award at the In-Edit Festival. The documentary focuses on the feminist music scene and features Clara Peya, The Sey Sisters, Tribade, and Roba Estesa. She has worked as a production manager for documentaries such as "Peiró42" (2017), "Josep Palau i Fabre. Retrat cubista" (2018), and "Tarradellas, Govern d'unitat" (2022), the latter of which won the ProDocs Award for Best TV Documentary.
Journalist, editor and cultural manager. Coordinator of the artistic department of the IN-EDIT music documentary festival in Barcelona. Communication manager of the Eufònic sound and digital performing arts festival in Terres de l'Ebre (2023 Catalan Culture Award). Formerly director of the Spanish edition of Vice Magazine and Què Fem? (weekly cultural supplement of the newspaper La Vanguardia).
Raúl Marín is the director of creatiBEty, a representation agency and creative consultancy. He is a manager and lawyer with over twenty years of experience representing artists. Specialized in intellectual property, brands, and business in the creative world, he also consults for advertising agencies, media outlets, publishers, festivals, and other companies and public entities related to culture, art, and entertainment. In addition to his professional work, he is a registered lawyer in ICAB and CCBE and a member of the Board of Directors of AGPC (Association of Cultural Management Professionals of Catalonia).