Assessoria

Núria Costa
Núria Costa

Nuria holds a degree in Communication (UAB) and postgraduate degree in Political Marketing (ICPS – UAB). She was founding partner of the communication agency Workingatweekend (2005-2014) and has led the press and communication campaigns for films such as The Impossible, A Monster Calls, La trinchera infinita, Handia, Loreak, Tres bodas de más, Incerta glòria or Pa negre (including its international campaign for the Oscars). Since 2020 she has been a partner of the Trafalgar agency, managing the communication of several film festivals, as well as the promotion of shootings and premieres of feature films and fiction series.

Gaia Furrer
Gaia Furrer

She graduated in Cinema History at the University La Sapienza in Rome. She collaborated with Film Italia, the public agency in charge of promoting Italian cinema abroad, curating national and international projects. Furrer has also programmed and consulted on a few film festivals. Since 2004, she has worked as Head of Programming at the Noir in Festival, one of the most important European festivals focused on the film noir genre. After working as a programmer and as Head of Programming since the very first edition at Giornate degli Autori, the independent sidebar of the Venice Film Festival, she was appointed as its new Artistic Director in 2020.

Karina Korenblum
Karina Korenblum

Film sales and Acquisitions Executive with over 20 years of experience in the commercial and independent sectors. She has worked for Celluloid Dreams in Paris and the group EEAP in Berlin. She moved to Prague where she worked as commercial advisor to the American company GrandView Castle in the acquisition of films, distribution and theatrical exhibition, and the expansion of the video-on-demand market in several Eastern European countries. Karina is also sales and acquisitions advisor at Cercamon sales agent company.

Nadine Rothschild
Nadine Rothschild

She studied cinema at the Universities La Sorbonne and Paris Denis Diderot, specializing in Film Production and Distribution, and has taken part in EAVE Puentes (2020). She worked for the Cannes Festival, MK2, WestEnd Films and for the audiovisual group Marathon (today the Banijay group) among others. In 2019 and 2020 she was responsible for Spain, Portugal and Latin America for UniFrance. Since October 2020, she is a sales manager at the Coproduction Office, where she works with films by Ruben Östlund, Ulrich Seidl or Jessica Hausner. She also works in marketing for the distribution company La Aventura and has recently started the production company Volta Producción.

Hebe Tabachnik
Hebe Tabachnik

Film programmer, producer and festival consultant, she is film curator at Seattle, Palms Springs and FICCI Cartagena international film festivals – and is also the artistic director of Cine Latino MSP. As a film programmer and producer, she seeks to empower visionary artists who build bridges of understanding through stories focused on human rights, social, political and environmental activism issues.