Watch the masterclass again.
Music documentary masterclass.
Music documentary creation workshop
The programme is as follows
Luís Carlos Hidalgo Carrillo
Native of Irún (Guipúzcoa). Presenter and director of the programmes: “Perdidos en el asfalto”, La Tira”, “Tiempos de Locura”, “La senda de los elefantes”, “Rogamos disculpen las molestias” and “El show de Montesol” on Radio Cadena Española (1982-1986).
Writer and head of musical programming for the Plastic programme (Televisión Española) (1989 – 1991)
Contributor to the musical magazine Rock de Lux (1988 – 1994)
Musical consultant for the Biennal De Joves Creadors de Barcelona (Selection and programming) (1988 and 1990).
Collaborator with Radio Barcelona on various programmes such as Cop de Rock. (1994-1995). Currently produces the music section of “To és comèdia”.
Chapter editor on Neil Young in the book “La Poesía en el rock” 1989.
Music critic for El Pais (1989 to present).
Author of the books: Los 100 Mejores Conciertos Editorial Círculo de Lectores (1999) and Loquillo, El Hijo de Nadie (2013).
Writer and director of Sputnik TV, Sputnik Guia and Sputnik programmes (.992 – 2004).
Collaborator with Rolling Stone magazine (1999 – 2.005).
Writer (with Jordi Turtos) of the encyclopaedia section dedicated to the History of Rock in Catalonia for the Catalan Encyclopaedia Foundation.
Professor of Post-Graduate Course on critique and music at the Pompeu Fabra university (2002 to present).
Artistic director of the In-Edit Music Documentary Festival (2004 to present).
Member of the Premis Ciutat Barcelona Jury for the Music section, in 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008.
Manager of artists, creators and cultural companies, as well as a lawyer specialized in intellectual property, with twenty years of experience. Collaborating professor at the University of Barcelona in copyright and trademarks; Raúl is also an expert in cultural branding and marketing, and director of the creatiBEty agency.
Dani has a degree in Audio-visual Communication from Ramón Llull University. As a director, screenwriter and documentary editor, he kicked off his career in 2010 with “Venid a las cloacas: La historia de La Banda Trapera del Río”,”, winner of the national and audience awards at the In-Edit Festival; screened on TVE, TV3, Canal + and BTV, and released on DVD by Cameo. In 2013, he directed ” El peor Dios” about the punk group Desechables. In 2019, he premiered on Netflix with “Parchis: The Documentary”, the third most watched documentary for last year on this platform in Spain and the seventh in Mexico.