Cristina Abril | Barcelona, 1964
Formed at the Autonomous University of Barcelona, he has created and produced fiction, documentary and advertising content for Canal+, TVE, TeleCinco, TeleMadrid, Antena 3, Canal 9 and TV3. He has also participated in the markets of Cannes, Los Angeles, Marseille and the Natpe itinerants. Currently directing the producer Saó Produccions, and works on the creation and development of content for television.
Eva Vizcarra | Zaragoza, 1960
Founder and co-owner of the audiovisual companies Endora Productions, La Granota Groga and Toba Stereo SL. He has also directed and produced feature films and short films such as L’arquitecte de Nova York (2016) o Ser o no ser… Antonio Ozores (2015). In addition, he has worked as an executive producer of several television fiction series, such as Gym Tony (2014-2016).
Ricardo Macián | València,1963
Degree in geography from the University of Valencia and a diploma in script by the International Cinema and Television School of San Antonio de los Baños and on documentary filming for the IORTV-RTVE. He combines the work of camera operator and director of photography with that of scriptwriter, director and producer, as well as script analyst by the Valencian Institute of Culture. He also runs the Association for the Recovery of the International Audiovisual Memory (Apremia).
Carles Xavier López | Port de Sagunt, 1967
Graduate in pedagogy and diploma in teaching by the University of Valencia (UV). He emphasizes his participation as coordinator of different non-profit organizations and training programs in the field of cultural management and socio-cultural animation. At the moment, it directs the Col•legi Major Rector Peset of the UV and comprises of the Board of Directors of the Valencian Coordinator of ONGD and of the Valencian Council of Cooperation for the Development.
Laura Pérez | València, 1986
Degree in arts from the Polytechnic University of Valencia. She is the editor of the publication Cartelera Turia, where she works as a writer, film critic and correspondent at national and international festivals. He is also a programmer of the section Curts de la Mostra Viva del Mediterràni. In 2013 he founded the short film festival Requena y… Acción! He is currently working on his first feature film as director.
Maite Ibáñez | València, 1973
Doctor in art history and cultural manager. Member of the Valencian Association of Critics of Art and Women in Visual Arts. Vice President of the Mostra Viva del Mediterràni. He has written about museography and visual culture in magazines such as Pencil, Makma or Arts. He is part of the UNESCO University Forum and Heritage and coordinates the activities and exhibitions of the La Nau Cultural Center and the Cerveró Palace at the General Foundation of the University of Valencia.
Carmen Velasco | València, 1977
Graduate in Information Sciences, he works as a journalist in the Valencian newspaper Las Provincias. Previously he worked in the informative services of Radio España and Radio Nacional de España. After going through the Region, Society and Weekend sections, he is currently responsible for the Culture section, in which he writes about cinema, theater, music, art, literature, comics and gastronomy since 2006.
Miquel Ramos | València, 1979
Journalist and social and cultural activist. Degree in information sciences and master’s degree in sociology and anthropology. He was a member of the Obrint Pas music group from 1996 until his dissolution in 2014. He is a trainer in the field of crimes of hatred and prevention of racism and intolerance. Specialist in social movements, human rights and the study of the extreme right. He has collaborated with several NGOs and has given conferences in various countries on the fight against hatred.
Teresa Cebrián | València, 1957
Producer and cultural manager with a master’s degree in audiovisual production management at the University of Valencia. He has coordinated film festivals, worked on planning and development in RTVV and organized international events for the Audiovisual Research Foundation. Since 2013, he is the coordinator of the association of scriptwriters EDAV. In addition, it collaborates with the Valencian Institute of Culture imparting pitch workshops for the scripts subsidized by the institute.
Fani Grande | València, 1966
Writer and scriptwriter. He has performed as a presenter of entertainment programs at Radiotelevisión Valenciana, an opinion columnist in the Levante-EMV and El Mundo newspapers (edition Valencia), speaker at the 99.9 Valencia Radio and assistant director of the Instituto Cervantes from New York, United States. He has also published several books, including RTVV: passat, present i futur, or El fèmur d’Eva, a title that also gives his blog a name.
Jessica Crespo | Alcàsser, 1983
Co-director and conductor of the first morning magazine at À Punt. Chosen by the Valencian Communication Corporation for its experience in the media and in the communication sector. He has previously developed his professional career in different media, although mainly in the Cadena SER. In addition to directing and editing Hoy por hoy Comunitat Valenciana, has also been commissioned to start the first program entirely in Valencian of Cadena SER Comunitat Valenciana.
Paloma Mora | València, 1970
TV ON Produccions producer since 2000. She has a degree in information science and DEA in audiovisual communication from the Polytechnic University of Valencia and the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. It has produced more than twenty television programs and seven feature films, among them, Terra cremada (2017) directed by Sílvia Quer or Brava (2017) by Roser Aguilar. He has also produced several shorts, such as Elena’s Reasons (2014) by Almudena Verdés.