After completing her studies in literature and film, Inés received a grant to pursue her training in filmmaking in the UK and later specialized in film preservation in the USA with a Fulbright scholarship. She has directed documentaries and short films that have been broadcast nationally and internationally, receiving different awards. She has worked at different film archives and in cultural preservation projects (USA, Mexico, United Nations, Spain) and collaborated in the setting up of the first edition of FiSahara (Western Sahara International Film Festival) at the Sahrawi refugee camps. She has curated exhibitions and screenings, worked as a photographer, covered major international film festivals and teaches and writes about film history.
Isaac comes from the world of computer science and music. After working in New York for five years, he founded a bookshop specialising in film, El Grifilm, in Urueña (the Spanish booktown) and in 2011 created the film production company that bears the same name. He has produced a variety of music and audiovisual projects. At ´El Grifilm Productions´ he has produced videos and short audiovisual pieces as well as an award-winning feature-length documentary (El Río que Suena, Reflejo del tiempo: Joaquín Díaz, 2015); a TV documentary co-produced with RTVE that was broadcast in the highly regarded “Imprescindibles” TV series (Palabras contra el Olvido, 2016); and the concert film La Voz Descalza (2017) with Spanish top musician and singer-songwriter Amancio Prada.
Paul Cadieux is one of Canada’s leading and most active film and television producers. Among numerous other awards, he has won a Genie Award for Best Motion Picture for the Oscar-nominated The Triplets of Belleville. In his more than three decades as a producer, co-producer, executive producer and distributor, Paul often prefers to operate out of the limelight yet has been centrally involved in dozens of major Canadian and international projects. His more recent documentary accomplishments include: P. S. Jerusalem (TIFF, Berlin - 2015), The Settlers (Sundance - 2016), A Sister’s Song (DOC NYC, IDFA - 2018), Gaza (Sundance - 2019) and Advocate (Sundance, Oscar-shortlisted - 2019).
Daniel Vilar has worked as a cameraperson for over 20 years and all around the world. He has been Director of Photography in different feature films such as The Artist and the Model (Dir. Fernando Trueba, 2012), nominated for best cinematography at the Goya Awards (Spain’s main film awards), Living is Easy with Eyes Closed (Dir. David Trueba, 2013) and Strokes of Genius (Dir. Andrew Douglas, 2018). He has worked in the camera department and as camera operator in different film productions that range from music videos, TV series, short films and documentary films to feature films such as Syriana, World War Z, Terminator: Dark Fate, Dune, The Batman and The Flash. He also works in advertising for companies such as Mercedes-Benz, Land Rover or Nike.
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Robert Marcel Lepage is a musician, composer and cartoonist. In 1983 he created the record label Magnetic Environments, grouping independent producers. He plays the clarinet and the saxophone and performed with René Lussier and Pierre Hébert during the 1980s and 1990s. He makes regular appearances at the Montreal International Jazz Festival and has written the scores for over 150 feature films (The Big Bad Fox and Other Tales, Fatima, 8:17 p.m. Darling Street, La Neuvaine, The Necessities of Life, Full Blast), documentaries (Les enfants de Refus global, Roger Toupin: épicier variété, Le jardin oublié: La vie et l'oeuvre d'Alice Guy-Blaché), short films (La voce, Leo, Bydlo), TV series, and advertisements. Robert Marcel Lepage continues to participate in many music activities, such as World Clarinet Day.