Sergi Moreno (Barcelona, 1983) has a degree in Audiovisual Communication from Pompeu Fabra University, a Master of Creation Documentary from IDEC and is an associate professor at UPF. He has been a collaborator with Mallerich Films and Lastor Media production companies. He is a member of the Catalan, Spanish and European film academies and has been part of the Commission for institutional policies of Unión de Cineastas in Catalonia.
Co-founder of Asociación Cultural Passos Llargs in 2007, he made his debut in executive production as the head of the fiction feature film Caracremada (2010). Since then, he has produced feature films, short films and TV-movies. He has had collaborations with Carlos Marques-Marcet; LluísGalter; Elena Martín Gimeno; Alba Cros, Laia Alabart, Marta Verheyen and Laura Rius and Carla Simón, among others.
Pepe Coira (Rábade, 1963) is one of the fundamental figures of Galician audiovisual. He designed and implemented the CGAI project, where he was director, and was one of the founders of the EIS of Coruña, where he was also teacher.
He investigated the life of the filmmaker Antonio Román and translated the Notes on the Cinematographby Robert Bresson into Galician.
Screenwriter, development director and executive producer for various companies during the last twenty years, dedicated to fiction (Beiras Hierro, Luci, As leis de Celavella…) and documentary (Beiras. Vivir2veces, A Seara, Cos pés na terra…). He has won the María Luz Morales Prize for Essay on Galician audiovisual with Argumentos de películas, a study on the first manual of cinematographic script published in Spain and its mysterious author.
Isona Admetlla is a sociologist and cultural manager, teacher, consultant and audience designer. She was born in Barcelona and lives in Berlin. She has been coordinating the Berlinale-World Cinema Fund for cinematography since 2009.
As a freelancer, she designs and delivers tailor-made training and education seminars on financing, marketing, distribution, pitching and design of film audiences at universities and other institutions. She regularly participates in project selection committees, as a jury member or lecturer.
She is a member of the selection committee of the MAFF (Málaga Festival Fund and Co-Production Event) and a project tutor. She has also been part of the selection committee of the ICAA Junta de Andalucía, FDC and Ventana Sur and is an expert evaluator of Media Single Project and Slate Funding, among others. She is also an EAVE Alumni of Marketing and Distribution and Audience Designer of the Torino Film Lab.
Silvia Lobo is a Cinema Production Technician with a degree in Audiovisual Communication from UCM and a degree in Lawfrom UNED. She started her career as a production assistant at Sony Pictures. In 2015 she took the leap to digital content innovation in Virtual Reality at Future Lighthouse, developing more than 20 projects for companies such as RTVE, Movistar+ and Facebook.
In 2018, she joined the production team of Morena Films, working with Álvaro Longoria on films such as Campeones and Todos lo saben and on documentaries by Carlos Saura and Jose Luís López-Linares, among others.
She is the Distribution Manager of Elamedia Estudos: Trinta Lumes, Hamada, Liberté and Blanco en Blanco are some of the titles she has worked on. She is also member of CIMA and President of Próxima, the association of independent signature film and original version film distributors.