Carlos Bría has a degree in Anthropology and, since 1996, has been an audiovisuals professor at the FCRI Blanquerna, Ramon Llull University.
Audiovisual producer, both fiction and documentary, has also worked in television and advertising. Among others, he has produced the documentaries Encordades (2011), awarded at different national and international festivals, and recently Llum i llibertat (2020).
He has been a member of the jury at different festivals and competitions. And he has been practicing mountain sports for more than thirty years, climbing mountains all over the world (Montserrat, Pyrenees, Alps, Andes, Main de Fatima, Himalaya, and Karakorum).
(Barcelona, 1970). Critic and editor of the magazine Dirigido por... and a member of the international critics association FIPRESCI, he is the author of the books Anna Karina. La princesa de la Nouvelle Vague, Gigantes del Cine, Howard Hawks. El camaleón de Hollywood y Jean-Pierre Melville. Sombras y silencios, as well as coauthor of the volumes Ciudades del Cine, Cine fantástico y de terror español. Vol.1 and Vol.2, El universo de Howard Hawks, El universo de Gary Cooper, 1939. El mejor año de Hollywood and El universo de Gene Tierney, among others. He has also coordinated and co-written the books Puede ser contagioso. Las mutaciones en el cine de género, Michael Haneke. La estética del dolor, De Palma vs De Palma and La mirada surrealista.
He has been director of the Molins de Rei Horror Film Festival and head of programming for the Mostra de Cinema Llatinoamericà de Catalunya. He has been curator of the exhibitions DDT. Ficcions originals and De Palma vs De Palma. La mirada desdoblada, and has given seminars for the Ramon Llull School and the specialized center The Cine. After collaborating with numerous production companies and distributors in the country, he is currently the head of the cinematographic area of Harpo Entertainment and host of the film podcast Harpo habla.
(Sitges. 1968) Journalist. she has spent most of her professional life in the Catalunya Ràdio station group: she has been deputy director of Catalunya vespre, promoter and coordinator of the Catalunya Informació chain, editor of the weekend news, presenter of El matí de Catalunya Ràdio during summer and director of Catalunya matí. She has also presented the program Solidaris, which has obtained numerous awards.
Since 2015 she has been a member of the governing council of the Corporació Catalana de
(Hospitalet de Llobregat - Barcelona, 1976). Theatrical author, screenwriter, director and film critic.
Esteve Soler is the writer and co-director of the feature film 7 reasons to run away (2019). The movie won the Gaudí Award for Best Picture of the year (Audience) in 2020.
His debut in the cinema was with the short movie Interior. Family., selected at the international competition of festivals like Clermont-Ferrand, Sitges Film Festival, Fantasporto, Regard sur le courtmetrage, among others.
The Institució de les Lletres Catalanes and the Institut Ramon Llull have designated Esteve Soler as one of the Catalan authors with the greatest international projection, given that his plays have been translated into 19 languages and performed in theatres all over the globe.
Student of Journalism and Humanities and, currently, writer at the cultural digital newspaper Núvol, where he has been publishing articles on cinema, politics, art and literature. He has also collaborated with media such as Diari de Barcelona, Vilassar Televisió or Cetrencada, in addition to having spent time in the world of advertising with Sofa Experience Communications and La Masia Reels. His greatest hobby is writing, for which he has been awarded twice by Òmnium Cultural Maresme and winner of the Mostra literària Mossèn Pere Ribot in 2020.
When he was seventeen he founded the non-profit association Humanity Wings, which has been helping refugees in places like Greece or Serbia for almost five years.
His latest project has been the development of a film script called Finding Lisa, still pending filming.