David Fontseca has more than 20 years of experience in the audiovisual sector as a producer, TV camera, video editor and filmmaker. Since 1995, he is covering conflicts and migratory movements in Europe. He has worked for Spanish and international TV stations like Televisió de Catalunya, ABC Australia, DW Alemania, Cuatro, La Sexta, Televisión Española, Al Jazeera, Zinc or Al Arabiya. Nearly 20 documentaries has been directed or produced by him. His last documentary works are Montseny - La tragèdia enterrada (2021), Bouncing Back (2021), Història d’un assaig (2020), Battle of Social Networks (2019), The seven boxes (2018), La América de Trump (2018), La Rusia de Putin (2018), Els innocents de les guerres (2016), To Kyma, a rescue in the Aegean Sea (2016), Where the roads end (2016) o Mientras los niños jugaban (2010), among others.
Awarded with the Ondas Prize in 2003 and the José Couso Prize in 2006. Member of Reporters Without Borders.
(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 Mitjans audiovisuals that manages the public media of Catalonia (TV3 and Catalunya Ràdio).
Independent journalist, specialized in the coverage of social movements as indigenous resistance and nonviolent resistance movements in countries such as Mexico, Brazil, Guatemala and Palestine. She currently lives in Catalonia, where she is linked to environmental education projects in the Collserola hill. She writes about sustainable lifestyles, conscious consumption and social movements that are organized for the defense of human rights in our country. She is part of the team of the program Territorio Clandestino on Radio 4 (RNE) and is also responsible for the #CulturasDeResistencia space.
Graduate in Audiovisual Communication and specialized in documentary production. He currently works as an advertising producer. He has directed several documentaries, including Encordades, awarded internationally in different festivals specialized in mountain cinema. With experience also in the field of television and audiovisual teaching, he always tries to combine his passion for the mountains and the outdoors with his profession.
(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), which 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. From September 2021, he is the new director of CLAM - Internacional Catalonia Social Film Festival.