Miriam Reyes

(Ourense, 1974). A daughter of emigrants; since she was 8 she was raised in Caracas, where she studied Literature at the Central University of Venezuela. She has published these books of poems: Espejo Negro (2001), Bella Durmiente (2004), Desalojos (2008), Yo, Interior, Cuerpo (Antología Poética) (2013), Haz Lo Que Te Digo (Bartleby, 2015). Since 2000 she works combining both words and images, bringing poetry to other formats such as video, and other settings such as festivals of performing arts or new technologies.

Luis López Carrasco

(Murcia, 1981). Producer, director, screenwriter and co-founder of the audiovisual collective Los Hijos, devoted to to experimental documentary film. His work as a director has been screened at many international festivals such as Locarno, Rotterdam, New York, BAFICI or Viennale and contemporary art centres as Georges Pompidou, Guggenheim Bilbao or Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía.

Manu Yáñez

(Santiago de Chile, 1980). He is a regular contributor to Spanish magazines Fotogramas and Rockdelux, the American periodical Film Comment, the cultural supplement of the newspaper La Vanguardia and the Argentinean website Otros Cines. He is a member of Associació de Crítics y Escriptors Cinematográfics de Catalunya, a subsidiary association of FIPRESCI.