Alejo flah (Buenos Aires, 1977) is a director and screenwriter.
He has written and directed the film Sexo fácil, películas tristes (Easy Sex, Sad Films) (2014) starring Ernesto Alterio (Silver Biznaga* for Best Actor at the 18th Festival of Malaga), Quim Gutiérrez, Marta Etura and Julieta Cardinali. (* Biznaga = Small bunch of jasmine flowers).
He has also written the scripts of the Vientos de Agua (Water Winds) miniseries, directed by Juan Jose Campanella and starring Hector Alterio Ernesto Alterio and Eduardo Blanco and simultaneously released by chains in Spain, Argentina and by HBO; the films Séptimo (Seventh) (2013), directed by Patxi Amezcua starring Ricardo Darin and Belen Rueda; La adopción (The Adoption) starring Nora Navas and Francesc Garrido and directed by Daniela Fejerman.
He is currently preparing his second film in Spain as a director.
Borja is a Bachelor of Fine Arts, a director, film producer, writer, illustrator and cartoonist, in addition to working as a cultural manager or exhibition curator.
He is currently working with El Correo newspaper and other media.
He has contributed with publications in El Mundo and published several books.
He has also directed events like the Peñiscola Film Festival or the Getxo Comic Fair.
He has directed several short films, the best known being "Snuff 2000". In the field of video, he has worked with Fangoria, Deluxe, El Sueño de Morpheo, Estopa, Carlos Jean among others. He has produced short films (Avant Petalos Grillados, Marisa, etc.) and has collaborated in the series; Que Vida Más Triste and La hora de José Mota.
He debuted in feature films with NEUROWORLD.
Bachelor of Information Sciences, (Image and Sound), by the Complutense University of Madrid in 1984 and Production Technician by the Official Institute of Radio and Television in the same year.
He started working in TVE (Spanish State TV) in 1985, in the production team of different news programs.
In 1994 he joined the newly created CARTELERA (BILLBOARD) program, which he ended up directing.
In 2007 he was appointed Executive Producer of film programs, among them DÍAS DE CINE, (CINEMA DAYS) VERSIÓN ESPAÑÓLA (SPANISH VERSION), EL CINE DE LA 2 (2ND Channel Cinema), CINE DE BARRIO (NIEGHBOURHOOD CINEMA) and more recently, HISTORIA DE NUESTRO CINE. (HISTORY OF OUR CINEMA).
He is currently Executive Producer of the TVE Department of Film and Fiction.
He is a cultural manager and journalist and is specialized in film and theatre. He has a degree in Philology and Information Sciences. Currently, he is currently the theatre critic for Diario de Sevilla. He is the President of ASECAN, association gives out the Andalusian Film Awards. In 2013, with the help of the SGAE Foundation, he promoted the creation of the Andalusian Theatre Awards through the Andalusian Association of Performing Arts which he also presides. In April 2015 he co-organized the seminar Cinexin FROM THE CINEXIN GENERATION TO NEW ANDALUSIAN CINEMA in collaboration with the Cicus (University of Seville) and the SEFF (Seville Film Festival).
He has been in charge of communication for the Menendez Pelayo International University, based in Seville; theatre festivals Niebla Castle (Huelva) and the Theatre Festival in the South at Palma del Rio (Córdoba); He has been the Coordinator of the Latin American Film Festival of Huelva and press officer and co-director of some of the European Film Festival Galas in Seville. He has handled the distribution of films such as Yerma, Solas (Alone) Siempre hay tiempo ('There's always time), Madre Amadísima (Mother Dearest) 'Ali' and 'Casting'. He was the editor of the Canal Sur TV film affairs program, 'Cine.2', for seven years.
This actress was born in Malaga in 1975. She began to enter the world of theatre in her hometown, studying at the School of Theatre "La Sala" and the School of Dramatic Art in Malaga. She joined theatre companies such as the Royal Klon and the Aquarius Theatre. She became known by participating in Canal Sur series such as Arrayan or Plaza Alta.
Along the same lines she has taken part in; Padre coraje (Father courage), Luna negra (Black Moon), Hospital central, Doctor Mateo, Sin tetas no hay paraíso, El secreto de puente viejo(The Secret of Old Bridge) and Mar de plástico (Plastic Sea). In movies she has appeared in films such as Navidad en el Nilo, (Christmas on the Nile), Una pasión singular (A Singular Passion), Olé, Imaginario or Garantía personal (Personal Guarantee). She has also participated in numerous short films.
This Malaga-born actress studied acting and trained as an actress at the ESAD of Malaga moving to Madrid shortly afterwards.
Her television career began in 2008 with “Cazadores de hombres (Manhunters) and hasn’t stopped since then. She has been seen in TV series like “Bandolera”, “Palomitas”, “Aquí paz y después gloria”, “¿Qué fue de Jorge Sanz”, or “Vis a Vis” and entertainment programs like “En el Aire”.
The play "La Llamada” (The Calling) was, without doubt, the work that made her take the leap.
At the end of 2015 “8 apellidos catalanes” (8 Catalonian Surnames) was released on the big screen with to continue in 2016 with the release of three films “Tenemos que hablar” (We need to talk) de David Serrano, “El pregón” (The proclamation) by Daniel de la Orden and “Kiki” by Paco León.
Her last television job, playing the character of Carol, was in the new comedy Antena 3 comedy; “Buscando el Norte” (Looking for the North). She has just finished shooting the film "La Llamada” (The Calling) by Javier Calvo and Javier Ambrossi. “Los tragos de la vida” (The Gristle of Life) by Daniel Guzman in which she stars with Juan José Ballesta is currently showing and in December "Villaviciosa" the new comedy by Nacho Garcia Velilla premieres.
Fernando Colomo is a director, screenwriter, actor, producer and architect and was born in Madrid in 1946.
Well known in Spain for comedy, with over 50 years of experience, during which he has directed iconic films like Tigres de Papel (Paper Tigers) (1977), Vida Alegre (The Happy Life) (1987), Bajarse al Moro (1989), Los años bárbaros (The Crazy Years) (1998), South from Granada (2001) or Isla Bonita (2015), which he stars in himself and was nominated for the Goya for Most Outstanding New Actor.
Among his many awards there are three by the Cinema Writers Circle (Best Screenplay and revelation award for 'Paper Tigers' and Best Short Film for 'Pomporrutas imperiales'); International award for best TV movie at the Munich Film Festival Eso (That); award for best film at the Mystfest in Italy for La mano negra (The Black Hand); Special Jury Prize at the Paris Film Festival (for 'Alegre ma non troppo'); 5 nominations for the Goya Awards and the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival.
Gracia is the daughter of costume designer Maria del Carmen Marin and producer Elías Querejeta. After participating in the project Siete huellas (Seven Footprints) in 1990 she made the documentary; El viaje del agua (The Water's Journey) together with Jesus Ruiz and Nacho Perez de la Paz, which won the Spanish Goya Award for best documentary.
Her debut as a director was with Una estación de paso (A Transfer Station) (1992), winning the Special Jury Prize at the Valladolid Film Week.
Her filmography includes many films both highly awarded and praised by critics such as El último viaje de Robert Rylands, (Robert Rylands Last Journey) Cuando vuelvas a mi lado (When you Come Back to Me), Héctor, Siete mesas de billar francés (Seven French billiard tables), Quince años y un día y Felices 140 (Fifteen years and one day and Happy 140).
Her short film “Cordelias” opted for a Goya in 2016. She has been the Vice President of the Academy of Cinematographic Arts and Sciences of Spain.
Madrid 1981. He found his true calling in the world of acting. To ensure a good education he enrolled in Cristina Rota’s school at the age of 14.
He gained popularity among young audiences thanks to his work in the series Nada es para siempre (Nothing is Forever) and Al salir de clase (After School).
His career experienced a turn when Paul Malo hired him for his film Frío sol de invierno (Cold Winter’s Sun) (2004). Since then we have seen him in films like Heroína (Heroine) by Gerardo Herrero, Tu vida en 65´ (Your Life in 65') by Maria Ripoll, La bicicleta (The Bike) by Sigfrid Monleón, 8 citas (8 Dates) from Rodrigo Sorogoyen and Peris Romano, Aparecidos (Appeared) by Paco Cabezas or Anochece en la India (Night Falls over India) by Chema Rodríguez.
In 2014 he won the Goya for Best Revelation Actor in Stockholm by Rodrigo Sorogoyen.
Puy Oria was born in 1962 and graduated in Philosophy and Educational Sciences at the Universi-ty of Navarra in 1986.
Her first contact with films was with Elias Querejeta P.C. in "Letters from Alou" in 1989. Since then she has worked in the production departments of more than thirty films.
In 1999, together with Montxo Armendariz, she founded the production company Oria Films which has produced seven films, including “Silencio Roto” (Broken Silence), “Obaba” and “No tengas miedo” (Don't be Afraid).
For the last ten years she has been running audiovisual production courses and workshops, and lecturing at the University Menendez Pelayo, the International University of Valencia, the Alcorcon School of Film, the Community of Madrid, the Public University of Navarra, TAI School, the Univer-sity of Granada, etc ...
She was nominated for the Goya Awards in the Best Production Director for her work in “Odaba”. She was awarded the “Pau i Justicia” in the Humans Fest.
She has presided the AMA (Madrid Audiovisual Association) since 2007 and also belongs to the Council of Culture of Navarre, the Council of Culture of the Community of Madrid, the Advisory Committee AC / E and the newly formed Film in Madrid. She is also a member of the Spanish Film Academy.
He was raised on the cartoon characters of Anacleto, Motortadelo, Spiderman and the Black Dossier seasoned with a lot of B series films. Before opting for photography he experimented with other disciplines such as street theatre, publishing fanzines, drawing comics and graphic design.
A militant convinced of cultural contamination, his influences range from Andy Warhol to Stanley Kubrick, Lee Friedlander, Raymond Carver or Johan Cruyff.
As a professor of Photography, has given courses and presentations for different entities. He has participated in numerous individual and collective exhibitions, as well as artistic events, highlighting the international photography festival PhotoEspaña, with works from different institutions such as the Art Museum of Almeria Provincial Council of Almeria and the Andalusian Centre of Photography.
He also takes part in various publishing projects, publishing weekly in La Voz de Almería cultural opinion column Life is worth nothing. He was one of the pioneers in enhancing the value of Almeria’s filming past. He is one of the filmmakers of “I want to have a hardware store in Andalusia” and a documentary about Joe Strummer, lead singer of The Clash.
Technician in Artistic Photography, Almeria School of Art. Roquetas Town Hall workshop instructor since 2001.
She directs and coordinates exhibitions and projects. She teaches courses in schools and higher education institutions. Carries out advertising work for, and contributes to, printed and web-based publications.
Exhibitions between 1997 and 2016: Collection EAA. "Blood Wedding" P. Collection Almeria Provincial Council; Federico Garcia Lorca: CAF Works (Andalusian Photography Centre), "Free", "Come Close", "Space", "The journey of light", "Contrasted", "Pieces of the City", "SOS Planet Earth," "Water stories", "Genesis", "The Look of Time" Project: "Metamorphosis", "Versions back and forth", "The Everyday Look", "10th Anniversary", "Occupied Space". Almeria Provincial Council, "Surreal Thought," "Woman to Woman", "The portrait, a look inside," "Pulling the Strings" MMICs, "Art Project," "Conservarte", "Involution".
Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Seville in the fields of graphic design and engraving techniques. He has directed several courses and national competitions in sculpture. His art work has gone in different directions: painting, sculpture, photography and video-creation.
He has often exhibited in the country as well as internationally, in Lisbon, Paris, Milan, Brussels, Croatia, Cuba, Miami, New York, Munich ...
He has made several monumental sculptural works in various areas, Metamorphosis Project (UAL), Monument to the Constitution (Macael), The Creation of the Universe (Purchena), Unity (Zurgena), the Monument Tribute to Blood Donors (Almería), Homage Monument (Roquetas de Mar), Monument to the Red Cross ...
He has collaborated in publishing of several books on photography. Lately he has been involved in several photographic projects highlighting the portraits through "Insights" series. They are realistic, almost anthropological, portraits. In this project run characters of the most varied nature, Extremely varied characters, making up a small sample of the social fabric, are taking part in the project.