Albert Elfa

He has spent practically his entire professional life in the news services of TV3. He has directed programs such as "Àgora", “Valor Afegit” or "Veure Món" and was a correspondent for the CCMA for almost thirteen years in three zones; the United States, the Middle East and Brussels. During this period, he covers the effects of Hurricane Katrina, in New Orleans, he follows Barack Obama to the White House for two years, in Chile the death of Pinochet, in Venezuela the rise of Chavez, in Havana, 12 hours with Fidel Castro at the Palace of the Revolution. He experienced two Gaza wars from inside the Strip, the Arab revolutions from Egypt, the terrorist attacks in Paris and Brussels, Brexit, the refugee crisis... For the last six years he has been a documentary director at “Sense Ficció” program. The last one, The diva and life, Begoña Alberdi. Along the way he wrote two books and a short story.

Arantza Díez

She is a journalist and documentary filmmaker. Among her most recent works, "La Gemma té un pla", awarded the First Prize for Social Journalism Montserrat Roig, or "To Kyma. Rescue in the Aegean Sea". Currently, she works in the New Projects department at Producciones del Barrio and is an associate professor in the Department of Communication at Pompeu Fabra University.

Sílvia Quer

She began her career at Televisió de Catalunya (TV3) in productions such as "Poblenou", "Secrets de família", "Laberint d'ombres" or "Nissaga de poder". In 2004 she made her film debut with "Febrer". In 2016 she directed the documentary "Terra Cremada", about the figure of Miquel Serra Pàmies. In 2018, she won the Gaudí award for the best television film with "La llum d'Elna", a telefilm about the story of Elna's Maternity.

Manel Raya

Graduate from Information Sciences degree in the Autonomous University of Barcelona. He joined TV3 in 1983 as an ENG reporter. At TV3 he has worked for 7 years as a reporter for the Information Services and 13 as an editor for the program "30 minuts", where he has made 90 reports. In 2004 he was appointed deputy director of daily news at the Information Services and in 2006 he was appointed director of Channel 3/24 where he was until 2012. In 2017 he became the coordinator of documentary content in the Department of New Formats and Documentaries. From 2017 to 2022 he was the coordinator of TV3 Formats Laboratory. He had also been an associate professor of Television Journalism at the Faculty of Communication and International Relations Blanquerna, of URL, between 2009 and 2011.

Francesc Vilallonga

He holds a Doctorate in Communication and teaches the Audiovisual Communication Degree at the Blanquerna Faculty of Communication at Ramon Llull University, where he teaches, among others, the subject "Trends and criticism of contemporary cinema". In addition, he is the programmer and manager of the Truffaut cinema in Girona and a member of the Association of Cinematographic Critics, Writers of Catalonia and the Girona Cinema Critics' Group.