Luis E. Parés
Historian and documentalist.
He is author of the book Notes sur l’emigration-Espagne 1960 – Apunts per a una pel·lícula invisible. He was a programmer for festivals such as ZINEBI, Cine-Europes, Punto de Vista, Curtocircuíto or S8. He is currently the artistic director of the Cineteca, is part of the Editorial Board of Caimán, Cuadernos de Cine and is on the programming committee of the Seville International Film Festival. He teaches classes in various audiovisual schools, such as ECAM, LAV, or TAI. He was a screenwriter for the film El futuro and as a filmmaker he directed Mi ideología: Variaciones sobre un concepto, El cadáver del tiempo, Aidez l’Espagne and Los conspiradores.
Screenwriter, director, actor and film critic.
She graduated in cinematography from King’s College London in 2016 and trained at The Actors’ Temple Drama School in the United Kingdom. She is co-founder of the audiovisual production company Ça Existen Productions. As a filmmaker, she directed the short Conversation and co-directed the video essays Antonioni’s Cinema of Absence and Surviving memories. Since 2015, she has been writing film criticism in specialized media such as Little White Lies Magazine, The Ringer, Vague Visages, The Brag, RogerEbert.com, The Film Stage, Oscilloscope Musings, Birth.Movies.Death. and IndieWire.
Born 1977 in Porto, Portugal. Studied Optoelectronics and Lasers at the Faculty of Sciences of the University of Porto. Since 2001 collaborates with Curtas Vila do Conde IFF – www.curtas.pt – where he is currently programmer, industry and competitions coordinator. Founding member of Porto/Post/Doc: Film & Media Festival – www.portopostdoc.com – where is currently executive director e programmer.