OUFF ESCOLA JURY

Anxos Fazáns

(Pontevedra, 1992). Graduate in Audiovisual Communication from University of Vigo, she later studied the Master of Film Directing at ESCAC. She has worked as an assistant director and script girl in different short and feature films. She also writes, directs and edits her own projects. She is currently in the process of editing her next short film Area while developing what will be her first feature film, A estación violenta.

Deborah Vukusic

(Ourense, 1979). Graduate in Spanish Philology from UAH and Interpretation from the Royal School of Dramatic Art. Her later works include feature films as La playa de los ahogados, Vilamor, Personal Movie, A pesar de todo quérote, Inevitable and Todos os santos; and plays such as Presas, No es país para coños and Raclette. Shee has also participated in tv series like El final del camino, Luci, Matalobos, L.E.X., La tira and El comisario.

Gregorio Ferreiro Fente

Having been a teacher at public secondary schools, he is now a technical advisor for the General Secretariat of Linguistic Policy in the Galician Regional Government, a public entity within which he has participated in the drafting, implementation and coordination of projects such as the General Plan for Standardization of the Galician Language and the Galician Interdepartmental Commission. At the same time, he is the author of books and articles and essays on writers, appeared in magazines, journals and newspapers.

Manoli Maseda

(Ourense, 1965). She holds a PhD in Education Sciences from the University of Vigo. Right now she coordinates the teams of linguistic revitalization of the province of Ourense.

Simone Saibene

(Busto Arsizio, Italia, 1977). Teacher and film programmer, journalist, publicist and audiovisual critic, he collaborates with several media and institutions, among them, the film magazine Duellanti, the Cervantes Institute in Milan, the CGAI in A Coruña, the ESAP School in Porto, the University of Vigo and the radio station Onda Cero Ourense, in which on Fridays he has a show dedicated to cinema called Butaca Cero. His last film as a director is Pelerinaxes (2016).