ALBERTO SÁNCHEZ ORTA
He studies Social Work at the University of Huelva, with a principal interest for cinema as a means for criticism and social change. He has had acting training in the Huelva Performing Arts School, and was the student of Frank Romero, the late actor and member of the band ‘Locomía’. He has participated as an actor in the Huelva Ibero-American Festival with the short film Sandra (2019) and the documentary El descubrimiento, shot in las Carabelas.
BLANCA PINEDA GONZALEZ
Currently studying humanities at the Pablo de Olavide university. Her future proyect is to balance these studies with that of artistic photography, a discipline she has taken on professionally for two years.
ELENA CALVO POLO
Graduated in Audiovisual Communication from the Complutense University. She has a masters in Creative Documentary, Experimental Cinema and Videocreation from TAI school, and a mastes in cinematography from the University of Córdoba. She has participated as a member of the TAI jury in Documenta Madrid 2019 and as a Young Jury in Filmadrid, celebrated the same year. Two of her works have been screened to the public: A Bastos and Colour Lights, a documentary and a video-installation respectively. Currently, she hopes to begin her doctorate and continue her education, that she combines with her work, like the last one, which was presented at the Suroscopia Festival, Estudio de luz nº3.
LOLA PALACIOS RODRÍGUEZ
Graduated in Fine Arts from the University of Málaga, currently a masters student in social works of Artistic Culture, she has worked as an intern in the department of design in the Contenedor Cultural. Additionally, she has participated in the exhibition Over the Rainbow and was part of the jury in the Meme Contest organized by the Art History department of the University of Málaga.
MERCEDES SÁNCHEZ RODRÍGUEZ
Graduated in Audiovisual Communication from the University of Seville. She is currently doing her Master's Thesis for Screenwriting, Narrative and Audiovisual Creativity. The main theme of which is the Folk Horror subgenre in cinema, specifically the representation of the archetype of the witch. Her intention is to continue in the academic research branch. Work-wise she has experience as a scriptwriter, director, and production assistant for the Play Media Producciones company in promotional projects for the Andalusian Ombudsman; as well as in the Oro Fotoymagen studio preparing audiovisual products for clients. She has carried out paid individual photo sessions and has participated as a jury at the UniFrance Festival (2018) writing film reviews among other projects.
NATALIA VÁZQUEZ RODRIGUEZ
Currently getting her degree in Art History at the University of Jaén and Superior Technique of Plastic Arts and Design in Artistic Photography by the “José Nogué” School of Art in Jaén. She focuses on her specialization in photography, particularly interested in the cinematographic world, and the fantasy genre, a basis for her photographic reports within this aesthetic, developing and bettering her technique little by little. From a very young age, she was attracted to the fantastic and dream world through cinema, from Disney films to films by her favorite director Tim Burton and even sagas such as Underworld, Pirates of the Caribbean, Harry Potter, etc.