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Miguel López Beraza

Screenplay Mentor for Fictional Projects

Miguel López Beraza is an architect, filmmaker and script consultant from Madrid.
While working as an architect, Miguel made his first short film in Indonesia in 2012. This film granted him a scholarship to study at DOCNOMADS, a MA International program in film directing based in Lisbon, Budapest and Brussels. Miguel completed his education with scriptwriting studies at San Antonio de Los Baños Filmschool, Cuba (EICTV).
His films got national and international awards, including the Goya academy award 2015 and selections at Rotterdam IFFR, DOK Leipzig, Sarajevo, a.o.
Since 2017, Miguel has combined his film practice with his work as a script consultant and mentor in script development workshops like Locarno Open Doors, Less is More and Word-Frame.
Besides that, he has designed script development programs for the International Coproduction Forum of Madrid and the Netflix-Spanish Film Academy Campus. From October this year, Miguel will be part of the European Writers Club, a European initiative for series writers organized by TorinoFilmLab and Le Groupe Ouest.

Marina Parés

Screenplay Mentor for Fictional Projects

Marina Parés, born in Málaga, is a screenwriter. In 2020 she wrote her first feature film Ane, co-written with David Pérez Sañudo, and directed by the latter, for which they received the Goya Award for Best Adapted Screenplay. Ane, starring Patricia López Arnaiz and Jone Laspiur, premiered in the "New Directors" section at the San Sebastian Festival, where it won the Award for Best Basque Screenplay and the Irizar Award for Best Basque Feature Film.

In the field of short films, Au Pair and La colcha y la madre stand out. With the latter directed by David Pérez Sañudo, and after going through some International Festivals, she has received awards such as the Roel Award for Best Screenplay (Medina del Campo Festival) and the Best Screenplay Award at ALCINE.

She is currently shooting Los últimos románticos, a film adaptation of the novel by Txani Rodríguez, which is being produced by La Claqueta PC and Irusoin. She is also developing two scripts for two feature films. On the one hand, he is writing La última noche de un Erasmus en Roma, to be directed by David Pérez Sañudo (with whom she co-writes). This project, to be produced by Amania Films and Bteam, has been selected for the Ikusmira Berriak Residency Program of the San Sebastian Festival.

And on the other hand, she is writing El gran bazar de mis padres, which will be Rakesh Narwani's debut feature (with whom she co-writes). With this project they have received the "Tell us the stories that no one tells" Award from DAMA and Netflix, which was presented at the Malaga Film Festival.

She graduated in Audiovisual Communication at the University of Malaga, with a stay at the University Rennes II (France). She completed an International Master in Theory, History and Film Aesthetics at the University Paris X (Nanterre La Défense), with stays at the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore (Milan) and the University Pompeu Fabra (Barcelona). She then studied editing for two years at the Instituto del Cine in Madrid. She has published several academic articles, mainly on Spanish cinema.

Patricia Pérez

Screenplay Mentor for Documentary Projects

Havana, Cuba. Graduated in Film Directing at the International Film School in Cuba. Since 2003 she lives and works in Spain. She has produced and directed several creative documentaries, as well as working as an editor for other productions. Her latest documentary A Media Voz received the Best Documentary Award at IDFA, Amsterdam (2019), Best Documentary Direction at the Malaga Film Festival, 2020, Best Film at the Cali International Film Festival, 2020, among others. She is currently directing two documentaries and producing a project in Virtual Reality.

Isona Admetlla

Audience Design Tutor

Sociologist and cultural manager. Teacher, consultant, audience designer and strategist.
Born in Barcelona and lives and works in Berlin since 2001. She is the coordinator of the Berlinale-World Cinema Fund.
As a freelancer she designs and delivers tailor-made training seminars on financing, marketing, distribution, pitching and film audience design at universities and other institutions. She regularly participates in project selection committees, as a jury member or speaker in Spain, Latin America and the rest of the world.
She is a member of the selection committee and project mentor for MAFF (Malaga Festival Fund and Co-Production Event) and is part of the Abycine Lanza team. She has also been part of the selection committee of the ICAA, ICEC, Junta de Andalucía, Gobierno de Canarias, FDC (Colombia), ICAU (Uruguay), Media Single Project and Slate Funding, among others.
As an audience designer trained at EAVE and TFL, she directs individual consultancies for film projects, trains future and future audience designers and works with groups of film projects (series, animation, fiction and documentary) in their path of strengthening and connecting with audiences: DOC:CO (Colombia), Cariforum (Caribbean), Berlinale Talents, European Film Festival (Kyrgyzstan); Ouaga Film Lab (Burkina Faso), Taller de Impulso DCP (Cantabria), Fonprocine (Dominican Republic), CineMundi (Brazil), Nuevas Miradas (Cuba); BAM (Colombia), among others.

Violeta Bava

Fictional Projects Consultant

Violeta Bava worked at Buenos Aires International Film Festival for 20 years, both as a programmer and as Co-Director of the Buenos Aires Lab (BAL), a leading co-production market.
She has worked as film consultant and production tutor for several funds, organizations, and festivals worldwide, and played a key role in the development of initiatives to support filmmakers and producers in the Latin America. She was Professor of Cinema Aesthetics and Ethics in Buenos Aires for more than 10 years.
She is founder of Ruda Cine, which has produced films by Milagros Mumenthaler, Martín Rejtman, Dominga Sotomayor, Andreas Fontana and Eduardo Williams.
Since 2012, she is Program Consultant for Venice International Film Festival and the Venice Market. She is also Head of Studies at the TorinoFilmLab’s FeatureLab, Program Advisor at New York Film Festival and part of Visions du Réel (Nyon International Film Festival) Selection Committee.

Manuel Cristobal

TV Animated Series Consultant

Audiovisual producer and consultant, member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences of the United States and Spain, member of the Board of Directors of CARTOON, PhD in Communication Sciences from the URJC, graduate in directing from ARTTS International UK and Master in TV Entertainment from the Eric Pommer Institute in Berlin.
Since 2001 he has produced eleven feature films, eight in animation. He has won five Goyas for Best Animated Film, an EFA Award, a Platinum Award and twice the Jury Prize at Annecy, the world's most important animation festival.
Among his produced features are El Bosque Animado (Europe's first 3D animated feature), El Lince perdido (3D animated feature presented by Antonio Banderas), Arrugas (2D animated feature winner of the Goya for best adapted screenplay and the only Spanish film distributed by Ghibli in Japan) and Buñuel en el laberinto de las tortugas (the only animated feature pre-selected to represent Spain at the Oscars where Salvador Simó shared selection with Oscar winners Pedro Almodóvar and Alejandro Amenabar).
In 2019 he joins the Community of Madrid as Advisor of Audiovisual Industries where he creates a line of support for feature films, another line of support for video games and renews support for the development and production of short films. He achieved a budget increase of 89% for audiovisual projects and created the lines Madrid for the Goyas, with which short films from Madrid won in the three categories for two years in a row, and Madrid for the Oscars, which supported The Windshield Wiper by Alberto Mielgo, which in 2022 won the Oscar for best animated short film and became the first Spanish short film to do so. In 2022 he joins Mano Animation Studios as producer of the 2D animated feature film The Glassworker.

Pamela Biénzobas

Chilean-French consultant, programmer and critic

Chilean-French consultant, programmer and critic. Member of the feature film selection committee of the Locarno Film Festival. She has been collaborating for over a decade with funds, labs, residencies and industry events (among others, visions sud est, Abycine Lanza, CineGouna Platform, Doha Film Institute, Rawi Screenwriters’ Lab, First Cut Lab, La Fabrique Cinéma de l’Institut français, Biennale College Cinema, Torino Film Lab, Márgenes/Work, La Incubadora, Ventana Sur or Hubert Bals Fund), assessing projects, nominating and selecting candidates, or mentoring filmmakers in all phases of their projects; and with festivals –mainly IFF Rotterdam, Berlinale Forum and Gijón Film Festival– moderating Q&As, press conferences and masterclasses. As a freelance writer, she has contributed to a number of dailies, magazines and books for two decades, and co-founded Revista de Cine (2002-2016). Former vice-president of the International Federation of Film Critics, FIPRESCI.

Fernanda Rosi

Pitching Tutor

Fernanda Rossi is a screenwriter/director, dramaturgy theorist, and international lecturer. Of the hundreds and hundreds of fiction and documentary projects she collaborated on, two documentaries were nominated for Oscars, another for Best Screenplay at the Panda Awards, and in 2019 she received the Argentores Award, Best Screenplay, for the fiction Muralla by Gory Patiño.
She has offered her dramaturgy workshops for more than 40 film organizations and festivals in 15 countries, such as MAFF in Malaga, Spain, HotDocs and Sheffield Doc/Fest. She has been invited as an advisor to filmmakers in professional development programs such as Doc Campus and ESoDoc. Her book Trailer Mechanics: How to Make Your Documentary Fundraising Demo, 2nd Edition, is recognized among industry professionals as the bible of demo production.

Lara Pérez Camiña

National Distribution

After graduating in Audiovisual Communication from the Blanquerna Faculty of Communication Sciences at Ramon Llull University, Lara Pérez Camiña began her audiovisual career in New York in 2006 with an internship at an independent film production and actor management company owned by film producer Gill Holland. Upon her return to Barcelona, Lara began working in the communications department of the independent distributor Notro Films, directed by Adolfo Blanco, current founding partner of Acontracorriente Films. With the integration of Notro Films and Manga Films into Grupo Vértice, she became responsible for the Communication Department and, now at Vértice 360, to work directly with the Marketing Director in the launching of more than 20 titles, as responsible for all communication actions for both theatrical releases and international festivals. Among others, he has worked with directors such as Fernando Meirelles, Rodrigo Garcia, Martin Scorsese, Atom Egoyan or Terry Gilliam. In 2012 he set up, together with two partners, Alex Lafuente and Ania Jones, his own distribution company, Bteam Pictures. Since these 9 years of life, and since its inception, Bteam Pictures has been responsible for hits such as "The Bride", "Lady Macbeth", "A Fantastic Woman" (winner of the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film) or a "Bright Reason". In recent years we can highlight "Another Round", winner of the Oscar for Best International Film and directed by Thomas Vinterberg, the Goya winner, "El Olvido que Seremos" by Fernando Trueba or the Oscar nominee, "El Agente Topo". Currently in theaters we have "Cinco Lobitos", the wonderful debut feature by Alauda Ruiz de Azúa and that after passing through the Berlin festival, won 8 awards in Malaga. In 2018 Bteam Pictures also started producing through its brand Bteam Prods with Isaki Lacuesta's film, "Entre Dos Aguas", winner of the Golden Shell at the San Sebastian Festival. Later, he co-produced "La Hija de un Ladrón", winner of the Goya for Best New Director and "Las Niñas" by Pilar Palomero, winner of 4 Goyas, including Best Film. This fall we will release "Mantícora" by Carlos Vermut, also produced by us, and "La Maternal", the second film by Pilar Palomero.

Paz Lázaro

Festival Strategy

Currently Head of Content at Exile Content Studio and part of the Selection Committee Member of the Berlinale.

Paz Lázaro is the Head of Content at EXILE, a media company dedicated to acquiring and developing premium original content for audiences across the U.S. and Latin America. In her role, she oversees content, acquisitions, development processes, relationships with talent and buyers, intellectual property searches, and packaging.

She also serves as a Senior Advisor and Selection Committee Member of the Berlinale. In her sixteen years curating for the festival, she is the delegate for Spain and Latin America, screens and evaluates film submissions for features and documentaries, and is a part of the “Berlinale Series” selection committee since its founding. Furthermore, Paz both directed and curated the Official Programme section Panorama.

Peter Andermatt

Media Program Spain

Peter Andermatt is currently the General Director of the Cultural Foundation Oficina MEDIA Spain. A graduate of the Zurich Business School, he has been working in the audiovisual industry for more than 30 years, mainly in project development, distribution and training.
For 12 years he managed the Madrid-based consulting firm Arena Audiovisual with clients in Spain, Europe and Latin America.
For ten years he was a member of the board of directors of the Swiss production company T&C Film.
He continues to accumulate experience as a scriptwriter and script editor, as well as an internationalization expert for SMEs in the Cultural Industries.
He is a member of the European Film Academy and the Spanish Film Academy.

Pablo Pérez de Lema

Head of Service in the General Sub-Directorate for Promotion and International Relations of the ICAA

Pablo Pérez de Lema Sáenz de Viguera was born in Bilbao in 1979. He holds a degree in Law (specializing in legal-economic law) from the University of Deusto and a Diploma in Film and Television Production from the Film Institute of Madrid. He has been a career civil servant in the Civil Administration Management Corps since 2007. After working for the Madrid Regional Legal Service of the AEAT and the Office of the Secretary of State for Public Administration, in June 2009 he became Head of Service in the General Sub-Directorate for Promotion and International Relations of the ICAA, where, among other matters, he is the National Representative of Spain in the Eurimages Fund.

Ralitza Petrova

Screenplay Mentor for Fictional Projects

Ralitza Petrova (b. 1976, Sofia, Bulgaria) studied film and video art at University of the Arts London, and later fiction directing at the UK’s National Film and Television School (NFTS). Her short films have won international acclaim at the festival circuit, including Cannes and Berlin. In 2016, her feature debut GODLESS premiered at Locarno Film Festival, where it won four awards, amongst them the Golden Leopard for Best Film. The film received 27 main awards, and a nomination for European Discovery 2017 – Prix FIPRESCI by the European Film Academy. Petrova is a fellow of the DAAD Artist-in-Berlin Program 2019, where she developed her second feature LUST.
She is an alumna of TorinoFilmLab, Le Groupe Ouest, Nipkow Programm, the DAAD Artists-in-Berlin Program, and a member of the European Film Academy and the Women In Film Los Angeles.

Lola Mayo

Screenplay Mentor for Documentary Projects

She is producer and co-screenwriter of the films of director Javier Rebollo. Together with him and Damián París, she founded 25 years ago the production company Lolita Films, dedicated to auteur and heterodox cinema. She has directed documentaries for a decade for TVE's Documentos TV, and has won the Reina Sofía Journalism Award. She is a professor of Documentary at the Carlos III University of Madrid. She teaches screenwriting and tutors projects at the ECAM, the Madrid Film Institute and the Lens Audiovisual School. She has directed the Feminist Laboratory of Documentary Creation at the Francesca Bonnemaison Center in Barcelona. She has been a programmer for the DocumentaMadrid and Alcine festivals and teaches filmmaking to schoolchildren as part of the Cine en Curso project. She coordinated the Documentary Chair at the International Film School of San Antonio de los Baños between 2014 and 2017. He is currently writing upcoming projects for directors Pedro Aguilera and Manuel Martín Cuenca and is preparing his first solo film, "Libertad, igualdad, fraternidad", which won the Spanish Film Academy Residencies Grant.

Álvaro Vega

Tutor in Communications and Marketing

Experienced professional responsible for the promotion of more than 150 films for all types of audiences ranging from blockbusters to debut films, including the most internationally recognized independent films, or his participation in two Spanish nominations for the Oscars. Marketing Director and Head of Press at Vértigo Films between 2007 and 2012, he currently develops his activity as CEO of DobleSentido, his marketing, communication, consulting and training agency for the creative and cultural industries. Producers, distributors, sales agents, festivals and national and international training programs are among his clients. His trainings and consultancies have been carried out in more than 20 countries over the last 10 years.

Marta Andreu

Documentaries Consultant

In 2017 he created WALDEN, space for documentary creation and thought (
Since 2004 he has produced films such as "Entre el dictador y yo" (collective, 2005), "La terra habitada" (Anna Sanmartí. Visions du Réel, 2009), "Cuchillo de palo" (Renate Costa. Berlinale, 2010), "Last chapter. Goodbye Nicaragua" (Peter Torbiorson. IDFA, 2011), "Salóme" (Yrsa Roca. Nordisk Panorma, 2014), "Oleg y las raras artes" (Andrés Duque. Rotterdam, 2015), "Amanecer" (Carmen Torres. FICCI, 2018) and "Velocidad de Escape" (CarmenTorres, 2022).
Since 2000 she teaches classes, workshops and seminars internationally at places such as the European Master DocNomads (Lisbon), Centro de Capacitación Cinematográfica (Mexico), Central Saint Martins (London), Universidad Di Tella Film Program (Buenos Aires), Frontera Sur Lab (Chile), Escuela de Cine Altos de Chavón (Dominican Republic), etc.
Since 2019 she is a tutor at Eurodoc and Torino Film Lab. And since 2020, project consultant at Open Doors (Locarno FF).
Since 2011 she is a member of the jury of the World Cinema Fund (Berlinale).
Since 2009 she directs the writing and pitching workshop at DocMontevideo.
She coordinated the Master in Creative Documentary (UPF, 2000-2016). He directed the laboratories "The filmed portrait" and "Docs in Progress" (Playdoc, 2009-2013); "Landscape and Memory" (Arica Lab, 2019) or "From the River" (Walden, 2019).

Isabel Reventós

TV Animated Series Consultant

Lawyer and Bachelor of Information Sciences, Master of Television/ Fulbright Scholarship from Boston University, and Postgraduate studies in International Law and Diplomacy at "The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy"- Tufts University, Harvard University, and "Graduate School of International Studies" in Switzerland ("The MacJannet Exchange Program.") Isabel Raventós is a senior executive with more than 25 years of experience in the management of television companies and content production, and with international projects broadcast in more than 150 countries. Executive Producer and program director for the main private and regional channels and RTVE group through the production company, Atomis Media, where she develops multiplatform projects, transmedia, and international co-productions for the main channels and platforms in this country and internationally. In 2022 she premiered "Sagrada Familia: Gaudi's Challenge", an international co-production with ARTE and NHK of Japan, with the participation of Movistar+ and TV3 de Catalunya, which reconstructs in virtual reality Gaudi's workshop, and which is broadcasted on the main public channels in the EU, USA, and Asia. In 2017 he is the Executive Producer of "SI FUERAS TÚ", considered the first multiplatform and interactive transmedia series in the history of television in Spain. Selected by "THE WIT" in Cannes, France, as one of the most innovative international series of the year, and with record audience in "PlayZ". Expert in production of international projects with ARTE, FRANCE 2, BBC and RAI, broadcasted and distributed in more than 100 countries. From 1995-2003 she was International General Manager of Gestmusic Endemol and Endemol Latin America; 1992-1995: Director of New Programs and Development of the Telecinco network. During her professional career she has held positions as Deputy Director of TVE, Executive Producer of special programs in Europe for PBS and NBC in the United States, and Head of the EBU News Exchange Service at TVE. In her early years she worked as a reporter in news programs of the public channel TVE such as "Informe Semanal", "En Portada", and "Documentos TV", and has made numerous collaborations in various media and taught courses at the University on audiovisual issues, innovation and new technologies. She is an associate professor at the Instituto de Empresa/IE University. She is currently First Vice-President of the Spanish Association of Women Filmmakers and Audiovisual Media, CIMA, associated with the Department of Global Communication of the United Nations. She is also a member of the Barcelona Bar Association, the Madrid Press Association, and the Federation of Spanish Journalists Association (FAPE), member of the Geena Davis Institute, Los Angeles, USA. She is a Fellow of the Aspen Institute of Spain. Founding Member of the Spanish Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. She has numerous international and Spanish awards granted to programs produced on television throughout her career. In 2017 she was awarded the "Extraordinary Talent" award as founder of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.

Antonio Saura

International Distribution

ANTONIO SAURA is a producer and international sales agent with a long career in the Spanish and European audiovisual industry.
As a producer, either as executive producer or associated with other companies, he has participated in such important titles as "El Dia de la Bestia", "Libertarias", etc., during his time as Development Director at Lola Films. With his own companies he was the founder of ZEBRA PRODUCCIONES, where he produced "En la ciudad sin Límites" by Hernández, "Fados" and "Zonda" by Carlos Saura and "Rencor" by Albaladejo among others.
With his new company, ZAMPA AUDIOVISUAL, his latest feature films as producer are the winner of more than 25 international awards, "El Último Traje", by Pablo Solarz, or the documentaries with José Luis López Linares "Jerez, el misterio del palo cortado" (Berlinale) , "Jaen virgen y extra"(San Sebastian) and this year the official selection of Cannes Clasique "Goya, el ojo que escucha".
Since 2015 he is General Director of Latido Films.
LATIDO FILMS is an international sales agency founded in 2004 for the distribution of quality Spanish language films. Since then, it has developed a great activity, first in the sale of Spanish-language films, and then already opening to new markets, although without losing sight of its origins.
Films such as the Oscar winner "El secreto de sus ojos" by Campanella, the Sundance winner "Violeta de los Espíritus" by Wood, "Fados" by Carlos Saura, the multi-award winning "Campeones" by Fesser, the Goya winners "Que dios nos perdone" and "El reino" by Sorogoyen, "Ane" by Pérez-Sañudo (San Sebastian New Directors, Best Basque Film) or "Carmen y Lola" by Echevarria, (Cannes Fortnight) and this year "5 Lobitos" by Ruiz de Azua (Berlinale) or "As Bestas" by Sorogoyen (Cannes Classique) among other outstanding titles.
In his commitment to cinema from the other side of the Atlantic, among the most relevant films he has managed in this period we can mention "El Ciudadano Ilustre" by Cohn-Duprat, which won Best Actor at Venice 2016, "Mi Obra Maestra" by Duprat, Venice 2018 or "4x4" by Cohn; "La Noche de 12 Años" by Brechner, Venice 2018 and multi-awarded in several countries; "El cuento de las comadrejas", Campanella's return to fiction, and already in 2020 "El Robo del Siglo" by Winograd, one of the most successful films in Argentina's history, also n1 in Greece in its premiere, etc. , in 2021 the Directors' Fortnight selection "El Empleado y el Patrón" by Manolo Nieto,or the official selection in Rome and Busan "Lavaperros" by Carlos Moreno, the biggest hit of Latin American cinema on Netflix in the first half of 2021 etc. etc.
In genre films, in 2019 he managed the sales of "El Hoyo" by Gaztelu-Urrutia, the most watched non-English speaking film in the history of Netflix, winner in Toronto, Sitges and Torino, top grosser first weekend in Korea etc.; or "Virus 32" by Gustavo Hernández, already sold all over the world.
Among non-Spanish films, in 2021, Fred Baillif's "La Mif" won Generation K Plus at the Berlin Film Festival,
In comedies, apart from the aforementioned "Campeones", the box office hit "A Todo al tren: destino Asturias" by Santiago Segura, etc.
LATIDO is proud of its special relationship with great masters of Latin American cinema, such as Arturo Ripstein, who has represented his latest films, Campanella, already mentioned, Saura (recently acquired the rights to his next film "El Rey de todo el mundo") Andres Wood, or Lombardi among other greats in its catalog of over 300 films. As well as its support for first and first-time filmmakers, with a wide variety of films directed by women.

Gabriela Martí

Director of RIZOMA

Gabriela Martí is the director of RIZOMA, the International Film & Interwoven Culture Festival in Madrid, which has been held since 2010. As a programmer, she selects unpublished international premieres and discoveries from the new Spanish cinema, also encompassing musical, artistic, and educational programming. In parallel, she is responsible for attracting renowned filmmakers like David Lynch, John Waters, or Kelly Reichardt to the festival.
Outside of RIZOMA, she has developed, directed or produced works for La Sexta in Spain, Paramount Pictures in Germany and France, Amazon Studios in Dublin, National Geographic in Peru and Bangkok, and The History Channel in New York.
As a filmmaker, her first feature-length documentary, "20 AÑOS AMANECIENDO QUE NO ES POCO," was commissioned by José Luis de Cuerda, and her first fiction short film, "FIN," received several international awards before being broadcast on Canal + (Spain), PBS (USA), and IFC-Independent Film Channel (USA).
She was born in Sharon, Connecticut (USA), and has always lived between Spain and the United States.

Espinar Gabriel

Creative Director

Espinar is The Film Agency’s Creative Director. She conceived our international marketing strategic briefings and manages rich content and design strategies for films at festival launchings for international clients. She oversees the agency’s creative services. Espinar graduated in Audiovisual Communication and specialized in video editing and graphic design, becoming a graphic and digital producer.

Raquel Cabrera


Raquel is The Film Agency’s Digital Director, focusing on film-marketing consultancy for Producers worldwide at early stages of development. She is the creator of our Audience Building Empathy Maps. She is also in charge of the Digital Strategy of our projects and is a recurring speaker for producer forums around the world. Raquel holds a double degree in Communications and Business.

Sergio García de Leániz

Project Manager Eurimages

Sergio García de Leániz has a long career as a film producer with credits that include "Carmen," directed by Vicente Aranda, the documentary feature "Caminantes," directed by Fernando León de Aranoa, and "La Mirada de de Ouka Leele," directed by Rafael Gordon, which was nominated for a Goya Award.
Additionally, he has written, directed, and produced the documentary feature "Cambio de Sentido (Weapons of Mass Addiction)," which premiered in the official section of the Valladolid Seminci and received awards and selections at numerous festivals, including Warsaw, Moscow, and Rhodes.
Currently, he serves as a Project Manager at Eurimages (Council of Europe) since 2012. He has managed more than 100 projects, including films such as "El Triángulo de la Tristeza" by Ruben Östlund, "Another Round" by Thomas Vinterberg, "Alcarràs" by Carla Simón, "Little Joe" by Jessica Hausner, "The Wild Pear Tree" by Nuri Bilge Ceylan, and "The House That Jack Built" by Lars von Trier.
Furthermore, he oversees the Eurimages Promotion Program, which includes Development Awards for co-production projects, and he helped develop and launch the Lab Programme for experimental works. He also managed the External Readers Program from 2013 until its conclusion in 2021 and has been involved in the development of the Eurimages fund for co-production television series.

Within the context of training, Ventana CineMad aims to give participants the necessary tools for developing and improving their projects. To this end, throughout the period between when projects are selected and the coproduction forum itself (about four months) various training workshops will be held. Between each workshop there will be individual work periods that are overseen by mentors from Spain and around the world, all of whom have extensive experience in the sector.

The objective behind this four-month work period is for all teams to arrive at the coproduction forum with a solid, well-defined project, a finished script treatment, a national and international financing strategy that draws on both public and private sources, a distribution plan, a marketing vision and a well-defined target audience.

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