Núria Argemí is the director, screenwriter and animator of “Desde el Averno” (2010) along with Mariona Consuegra, Maria Moreira and Clara Vallvé. This animated short film received the Special Mention for the interest of animation work at the Sitges Festival in 2011.
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Victoria Molina de Carranza has directed “Me llamo Peng” (2011), which earned a Special Mention for the Interest of Documentary Work at the Sitges Film Festival. Source: www.caligramaeditorial.com
Carme Puche has worked in communication for more than 15 years, she received the Best Script Award in the Sitges Film Festival for the short film “Camille” in 2011. Source: www.proyectonaschy.com
Amsterdam, 1962. Her filmography focuses on the terrain of videodance, with outstanding titles such as “Courzan” (1993) or “Enter Achilles” (1996). She went on to experiment with different narrative formats until reaching “Between 2 Houses” (2006), her first fiction film. Source: www.cineuropa.org
Brit Marling is an American actress, producer and writer, known for produced “The OA” (2016), “The East” (2013), “Sound of My Voice” (2011) and “Another Earth” (2011). With Another Earth, she won the Best Actress Award at Sitges Film Festival. Source: www.doblaje.fandom.com
Asia Argento was born in Italy, into a family of actors and filmmakers. Her debut as an actress was in Sogni e bisogni (1985). She worked for the first time with her father in Trauma (1993). She is known for her performance in Scarlet Diva (2000), XXX (2002), El corazón es mentiroso (2004) and La …
Kier-La Janisse is a Canadian film writer and programmer, founder of international horror school The Miskatonic Institute of Horror Studies and micro-press Spectacular Optical Publications. She has been a programmer for the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema and Fantastic Fest in Austin, Texas, co-founded Montreal microcinema Blue Sunshine, founded the CineMuerte Horror Film Festival in Vancouver and …
Cristina Caamaño studied Fine Arts and a Masters in Creative Documentary. His end-of-year project, ‘LA FUGA DE LOS 45’ (2016), was part of the Official Section of the Malaga Festival and earned him a Special Mention of the SGAE New Authorship Award at the Sitges Festival.
Anna Agulló is a director and editor, as well as a director, especially of documentaries. ‘UNA CAJA CERRADA’ (2017) won the SGAE Nueva Autoría award for Best Screenplay at the Sitges Film Festival.
http://comunidadetnor.ning.com/profile/VioletaBlasco Independent filmmaker specialized in documentary film. In 2016 she won the award for Best Direction-Production along with Carlotta Napolitano, Angélica Sánchez, Claudia Zegarra and Germán Andrés López with “Cabeza de Orquídea” (2016) at the Sitges Film Festival.