Gerard Casau (1985, Barcelona, Spain) is a critic, programmer and teacher. Doctor in Audiovisual Media Aesthetics (UPF), and member of the selection committee of FICX (Gijón) and Sitges (FIC Fantástico de Cataluña), where he coordinates the Seven Chances section. He was editor-in-chief at Rockdelux, and collaborates in media such as Diari ARA, Dirigido por and So Film, where he publishes the Radio On column, dedicated to the intersection between cinema and rock music. Casau teaches, among others, the subject Sonic Universes (University Master in Cinema and Visual Culture Studies, ESCAC). He has participated in several collective books such as Cuerpos Invadidos. Videodrome de David Cronenberg: Larga vida a la nueva carne, Takashi Miike. La provocación que llegó de Oriente, Neoculto and the anthology of Cine Fantástico y de terror español. He has worked in the press department at Primavera Sound, where he was program coordinator and communications manager for Primavera Pro, an international meeting of the music sector organized by the festival.


(1993, Palmeira, Spain) holds a degree in Journalism (USC), specialized in film critic and audiovisual production. He has collaborated with international media and organizations such Cineuropa, the LUX Audience Award of the European Parliament or the Europa Distribution and Europa Cinemas associations. Since 2020, Silva has directed the digital film magazine A Cuarta Parede, a work that he combines with his work as a freelancer for different media, festivals and production companies. In 2017 he was part of the official jury of the Giornate degli Autori section at the Venice Biennale, as part of the 27 Times Cinema program, and since 2018 he has been in charge of the editorial coordination in Cineuropa. He is also working in several Galician festivals such Curtocircuito or the Mostra Internacional de Cinema Documental Mares da Fin do Mundo, and since 2022 he has collaborated in the Diario Cultural Zeta of Radio


Daniela Urzola (1992, Cartagena, Colombia) is a film critic, programmer and researcher. She is editor for the magazine Caimán Cuadernos de Cine, and is also part of the editorial board of the digital magazine Revista Mutaciones. In 2020-2021 she completed the Master’s Degree in Film Critic at the School of Cinematography and Audiovisual of the Community of Madrid (ECAM) and is currently part of its teaching staff. At the start of 2023, Urzola joined the programming team of FILMADRID, International Film Festival. She has participated in publications such as Pier Paolo Pasolini. El grito que no cesa (2022) and La mitad del mundo. Mujeres en el cine español (2020-2023). Her research focuses on the study of cinema and visual culture from an intersectional perspective, showing a special interest in fantasy and horror cinema.