International jury

Ana Isabel Strindberg pursued Literature and Modern Linguistics Studies at Université de la Sorbonne Nouvelle and received a degree in Art History from the École du Louvre. While being a student, she worked as a journalist and art critic. After moving to Lisbon in 1997, she met director João César Monteiro, to whom she was Assistant Director for eight years. Strindberg also coordinated the program of Malaposta’s Encontros Internacionais de Cinema Documental Festival, and was the director and programmer of Doclisboa (Lisbon International Documentary Film Festival) from 2004 to 2007. Between 2005 and 2007, she was also a member of’s editorial board, and has served as a juror and programmer at several international film festivals. She was film programmer at the Malaposta Cultural Centre (2000/2015) and currently she is programmer in Indielisboa, International Independent Film Festival, and director of Portugal Film, the agency for promoting portuguese films internationally.

Jonás Trueba (Madrid, 1981) is a young Spanish writer and filmmaker. He was nominated for
the Goya Award for Best New Director for his film Every Song Is about Me (Todas las canciones hablan de mí, 2010). His previous film, The Wishful Thinkers (Los ilusos, 2013) was acclaimed by the public and the critics at film festivals around the world. He also directed the medium-length film Miniatures (Miniaturas, 2011) and co-wrote No Pain No Gain (Más pena que Gloria, 2000) and Go Away from Me (Vete de mí, 2005) by Víctor García León, and The Dancer and the Thief (El baile de la Victoria, 2009), by Fernando Trueba. His work as a screenwriter for Fernando Trueba’s film earned him a nomination for a Goya Award for Best Adapted Screen Screenplay. He has directed music videos for Nacho Vegas (La gran broma final) and El Hijo (Balada baladí). He has also written the book “Las ilusiones” (published by Periférica) and has a column (El viento sopla donde quiere) in the Spanish newspaper El Mundo where he reflects upon filmmaking and the cinema industry. Trueba combines his professional career with his activity as a university professor and is currently working on a new film, La Reconquista.

Diana Toucedo is a galician filmmaker living in Barcelona. Her best known work to date is the documentary film edited with catalan director Isaki Lacuesta, All the night long, awarded in several international festivals. Just as the FIPRESCI prize at the Rotterdam Film Festival 2013, The fifth gospel of Kaspar Hauser, a film by Alberto Gracia. She also has edited the film Bugarach from Nanouk Films in co-production with Filmtank (Germany). As director she has made several documentaries and experimental short films shown at Film festivals and art centers. Diana has also directed a documentary film called En todas as mans and, currently she is editing her second documentary film, Thirty Lights. She also teaches in Pompeu Fabra University, in UAB and in ESCAC.