Carlos Valcárcel





























Rogelio Abraldes






























Pedro Alvera



























Susana Cabañero



















Natalia de la Torre Alcoba


 

Director, producer and art director with experience in working on documentaries, advertising, publicity, opening titles, continuity and TV channels self-promotions, work for which he has been awarded numerous prizes at international festivals.

He was Art Director at Videomedia and Canal Cocina, and received the Bronze Medal at the New York Film & Television Festival in 1998 for the design of the channel’s identity. He has also developed out the design, production and scenographic elements of television series such as Hermanas (Telecinco), Los niños del milenio (Antena 3) and Hospital Central (Telecinco), and for documentaries as Korubo, Akuntsú, Tesoro del Sur and Vive la Vía (La 2 de TVE) or Naturalistas (Cuatro).

He has directed, together with Luis Miguel Dominguez, the documentary series Vive la Vía and La ruta de Don Quijote (La 2 de TVE), Descubre tus Cañadas (Telemadrid) and Naturalistas (Cuatro).

He was finalist at the New York Film & Television Festival in 1997 for the documentary series Vietnam, vida tras la muerte (La 2 de TVE), work for which he was awarded several national prizes. For National Geographic Channel he has directed the documentaries El Madrid de Alatriste y A criar natureza. Oceanário de Lisboa, and has designed several promotions and short pieces like the one about the 11 M and Día de la Tierra.

He has been a professor at the Centro del Diseño y la Comunicación and the Centro de Estudios del Video (CEV) and currently gives conferences and seminars in several cultural centres and institutions.

In 2008, he presents as executive producer the feature-length documentary Buzos haciendo Surf, a film about the band Surfin’ Bichos.


Director, visual director and director of photography. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Art History from the University of Santiago de Compostela, where he developed several activities for the Cinema Club and for some other local cinema associations. He worked as a film critic at El Correo Gallego and El Ideal Gallego from 1985 to1990.

Supported by a Fundación Pedro Barrié de la Maza fellowship, in 1993 he started a Master of Fine Arts in Film and Television Production at the University of Southern California (USC), Los Angeles, where he worked as an assistant professor from 1995 to 1997. It is in that year that he was awarded the Eastman Kodak Scholarship, as a director of photography.

He has photographed many short films, among which outstands Liv, directed by Edoardo Ponti, produced by Robert Altman and presented at the International Venice Film Festival in 1998. In February 1999, he obtained the Honorable Mentionof the Karl Struss Award by the American Society of Cinematographers (ASC), in Los Angeles. In addition, he has directed several documentaries presented at international festivals and two short films.

After returning to Spain, he has done cultural programs and documentaries for la 2 de TVE, Cuatro and National Geographic Channel, at the same time he continues working as a director of photography on several short films, like Platicando and Joe K., nominated for a Goya 2007 for Best Documentary Short Film.

He has been a professor of film and television production in different institutions, including the Universidad Europea de Madrid and the Centro de Estudios Cinematográficos de Cataluña (CECC).

In 2008, he presents as director his first feature-length documentary Buzos haciendo Surf, a film about the band Surfin’ Bichos.


Visual director, editor, professor and voice-over artist.

As an editor he has worked for the few last years with Basilio Martín Patino in the search of new ways of approaching cinema (how to show cinema in museums). Together, they have carried out several audiovisual pieces for the Conde Duque Cultural Centre in PhotoEspaña 2004, during its "Homenaje a Madrid - 11-M", for the Spanish Pavilion at the Biennale Architecture 2005, for the Spanish Pavilion at the Expo Aichi (Japan) 2005, for the José Guerrero Centre in Granada 2006, for the Honoris Causa Investure of B.M Patino at the University of Salamanca 2007 and for the Círculo de Bellas Artes in Madrid.

He has been the visual director in the promotion of the film Mortadelo y Filemón: Misión Salvar la Tierra (M.Bardem).  In the fields of promotions and "making off" he has done "Reinas" (M. Gómez Pereira) and "El Rey de la Montaña" (G. López-Gallego).

In the short film "La Quela", by Liz Lobato, he did the visual design, editing and postproduction. This short film is being awarded numerous prizes to the visual design, editing, postproduction and photography in several international festivals.

He is also the author of several DVDs, mainly for the record company EMI. He works as a professor of video tools in different schools and institutions like La Casa Encendida and is also an Apple Certified Trainer, member of the Final Cut Pro Users Group Spain, as well as being co-author of the book "Guía Práctica de Final Cut Pro 6".

He assesses and contributes to the audiovisual promotion of the Association for the Protection of Animals “El Refugio”.


She holds an MSc in Physics, majored in Astrophysics, and an International Diploma in Physics from the Imperial College in London. She has been awarded several national and international grants, which have allowed her to live in different countries like the United Kingdom, France and Germany and work for several world-renowned institutions and observatories such as the European Southern Observatory, the Max Planck Institute and the Paranal Observatory, in Chile. She has also travelled through several countries with different projects.

As a scientific communicator she has written scientific publications and literature for the general public. She has been a professor at the Saint Louis University in Madrid and worked for Laureano Casado’s team, member of the program Al filo de lo imposible, teaching astronomy to young people and adults.

In the year 2002 she followed several courses on photography, film and documentary production and got involved in different audiovisual projects. In 2007 she started to work for La Nube in the production, direction assistant and project development tasks.

She is also a scientific translator and paints in oils and watercolours.


Graphic designer, audiovisual producer and plastic artist.

She has carried out among others: the spots for the Spanish Ministry of Health’s campaign against childhood obesity, broadcasted by the main television channels, for the María Guerrero theatre, the Festival de Cine de Alcalá de Henares main titles and the design of the poster and the program of the Hermitage theatre Contemporary Music Festival in Saint Petersburg. She has been the designer and responsible of the contents of Newknow Communication Department and graphyst at Paramount Comedy.

In the plastic arts field she has participated in several engraving festivals and exhibitions and has been the responsible for the Punto F Painting and Video Art Department.

In addition, she has organized the Miradas Femeninas del cine Brasileño Film Festival and directed the documentary Desvelos, presented at the Segundas Jornadas Teatrales de Chefchaouen and selected at the Festival Curta Cinema 2004 in Rio de Janeiro.