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 MediaSingle Project and Slate Funding, among others. She is also an EAVE Alumni of Marketing and Distribution and Audience Designer of the Torino Film Lab.


His first feature film No Cow in the Ice, premiered at Visions du Réel 2015, was awarded at festivals such as Toulouse, Filmadrid, Play-Doc, L’Alternativa or Márgenes. In 2017 Domínguez participated at the Berlinale Talents with Hamada -premiered at IDFA 2018-, selected at festivals such as FID Marseille, Edinburgh and awarded at Visions du Réel, Gijón or Porto/Post/Doc. In 2020, he films the short films Safety Distance, about the pandemic in his hometown, and The Bodies, selected at IDFA, Clermont-Ferrand, Jeonju or Bafici. In 2022 he premiered his first fiction film, Rompente -Biznaga de Plata for Best Fiction Short Film at the Malaga Festival-, a candidate for the 2023 Goya Awards. That year he premiered Al otro lado del mar (2022), a film co-directed with the Colombian filmmaker Samuel Moreno Alvarez.


She studied Audiovisual Communication at the Rovira i Virgili University, Tarragona. Mellado has been working since 2012 at the Catalan VoD platform, Filmin, where she is editorial coordinator and programmer. She is also responsible for the FilminKIDS section. She has also been programming at the REC, Tarragona International Film Festival since 2022, and she joins the team of the Las Palmas de Gran Canaria Film Festival


Producer, performer and theatre director. She studied a master’s degree in Theatre Practice on visual and performative theories of the 20th century at Rose Bruford College, United Kingdom. Triola founded Andergraun Films in 2003 with Albert Serra, a director for whom she produces all of her films. She is the executive producer of the pieces Personalien (MNCARS, Madrid); Roi Soleil (Grand Prix in the FID Marseille International Competition, 2018); Singularity (Venice Art Biennale, 2015) and Los tres cerditos, (documenta 13, Kassel, 2012). Triola has produced the film by Dane Komljen, Afterwater (2022), premiered at the Berlinale and won the Best Film Award in the Permanent Revolutions section of the Seville Festival 2022. She is currently working on the documentary Tardes de soledad, by Albert Serra, and the historical feature film Beatriz, la mujer, by the Filipino director Lav Díaz.