(Madrid, 1983) He’s an award-winning writer director based in Madrid. He co-wrote the feature films Casual Day, Five Square Meters, Paradiso and The Lost Man. His films have been screened in festivals such asHuelva, Málaga and Abycine, to name a few. He is currently working on his debut feature.
Filmography: El fracaso (curt, 2017), Los Cárpatos (curt, 2015), The World (curt, 2014), Koala (curt, 2012)
(Zaragoza, 1980) In 2013 Pilar started a MFA in filmmaking at Film Factory (Sarajevo) under the leadership of Hungarian filmmaker Béla Tarr. Before, she worked during several years as screenwriter and film teacher. Her short films have been screened at international film festivals. She has been at the Berlinale Talents 2017 and the Sarajevo Talents. Currently she is developing her debut film Las Niñas as writer-director in collaboration with Inicia Films and BTeam Pictures.
Filmography: Horta (curt, 2017). Zismko Sunce (curt, 2017), La noche de todas las cosas (curt, 2016), Noé (curt, 2015), Niño balcón (curt, 2009).
Virginia García del Pino
She combines her career as a director with teaching on the Master’s Degree in Documentary filmmaking at the Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona. Her work has a long international track record at festivals and contemporary art museums. Her film Basilio Martín Patino. La décima carta premiered at the San Sebastian Film Festival.
Filmography: Las niñas siempre dicen la verdad (short, 2021, D'A 2022), Improvisaciones de una ardilla (short, 2017, D'A 2018), Basilio Martín Patino. La 10a carta (2014), El jurado (2012), Sí señora (short, 2012), Espacio simétrico (short, 2010), Mi hermana y yo (short, 2009), Lo que tú dices que soy (short, 2007), Hágase tu voluntad (short, 2004), Duo (short, 2003), Pare de sufrir (short, 2002)
(Avilés, 1980) Specialist in cinema, writer and audiovisual programmer. She has collaborated with film festivals such as Gijón, Rotterdam, Toronto, BAFICI and Sevilla.
Filmography: Pla y Cancela (curt, 2017), Postales (curt, 2016), De cara a la galería (curt, 2014), La mar salada (curt, 2014)
Ramón Lluís Bande
Asturian filmmaker and writer. He’s a director of documentary and feature films. Besides, he has directed video clips for Nacho Vegas, Manta Ray, Mus, Viva Las Vegas or Aroah, amongst others. Several of his previous films have been screened at the D’A.
Filmography: Cantares de una revolución (2018, D'A 2019), Hotel Asturies (2019), Escoréu, 24 d'Avientu de 1937 (2017, D’A 2018), Aun me quedan balas para dibujar (curt, 2017, D’A 2018), Vida vaquera (2016, D’A 2017), El nome de los árboles (2015, D'A 2016), Equí y n'otru tiempu (2014), Llar (2014), Sangre (2010), La carta de Bárbara (2007), El Paisano: un retrato colectivo (2005), Divina lluz (2003), El fulgor (2002)
With a degree in Art History and in Filmmaking from the Center for Cinematographic Studies of Catalonia (CECC), Santos is a well-known face of the D’A. His filmography, with ten films, is part of the so-called Novo Cinema Gallego. He debuted in feature length with Dos Fragmentos/Eva, which, together with the short Septiembre (Los amores jóvenes), is the seed of Las altas presiones. He is a teacher in schools and institutes within the Cinema en Curs (A Bao A Qu) program.
Filmography: Así vendrá la noche (short, 2021; D'A 2022), M. (Manuel Moldes Pontevedra Suite 1983-1987) (short, 2017, D'A 2018), Camiños de Bardaos (short, 2014, D'A 2015), Las altas presiones (2014, D'A 2015), Fantasmas #2 (short, 2012), Adolescentes (21 Retratos filmados) (2011), Dos fragmentos/Eva (2010), Fantasmas #1 (short, 2010), O Cazador (short, 2008), Septiembre (short, 2004)
Luis López Carrasco
(Murcia, 1981) Filmmaker, writer and visual artist. In 2008 he co-founded Los Hijos, an experimental cinema and documentary collective. Their work has been shown in numerous international film festivals and contemporary art centres. The future was his first solo feature-length film, shown in D’A 2014
Filmography: Aliens (curt, 2017), Fuente grande (curt, 2016), El futuro (2013, D'A 2014), Circo (2010)