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THEA MARTI
THEA MARTI

Thea Marti is a Ukrainian filmmaker based in Rome, founder of the audiovisual startup PhD, a project included among the 100 most creative awards in the region of Lazio, Italy, in 2018. Her international filmography includes more than 32 projects including several short films, documentaries, video art and music videos.

RAMON ALARÓ
RAMON ALARÓ

Ramon Alaró is an audiovisual technician with a passion for mountaineering and sports documentaries. In 1976 he started his path as a filmmaker shooting his first documentary in super-8. Since that first experience he has continued shooting following the evolution of the audiovisual field. He was a member of the Filmets Badalona Film Festival team and is currently the director of CurtÀneu, the international short film festival in Les Valls d’Àneu, in Pallars Sobirà.

MARIBEL MARTÍNEZ DE MURGUÍA
MARIBEL MARTÍNEZ DE MURGUÍA

Maribel Martínez de Murguía was an Olympic gold medalist in Barcelona’92 and European runner-up in Amsterdam’95 with the Spanish field hockey team. She has played 119 times internationally and was awarded the Spanish national sports prize Copa Barón de Güell in 1992 with the rest of her Olympic teammates. During her professional career, she was a member of the coaching staff of the women’s national team, which achieved the 4th position in the 2000 Sydney Olympics, and was European champion as an assistant field hockey coach with the Real Club de Polo of Barcelona in 2004. Since 2000 she has been involved in the development of talent in different types of organisations, connecting high-performance sport and management as a motivational speaker and helping to facilitate group and individual change processes.

JOSÉ LUIS MONTESINOS
JOSÉ LUIS MONTESINOS

José Luis Montesinos is a director, screenwriter, filmmaker and engineer. He has received several awards for his productions, including more than 135 for his short film The Same Old Story. His short film The Runner won a Goya award, a Gaudí award and many other national and international prizes. In 2020 he premiered his first feature film, Prey, which has been awarded in several fantastic genre film festivals.

LÍDIA FLAQUÉ
LÍDIA FLAQUÉ

Lídia Flaqué holds a degree in Education Sciences and is a former top-level swimmer. She also worked as a sports management technician at the Barcelona City Council. Today, she is the general secretary of the Catalan Swimming Federation and holds a managerial position at the Royal Spanish Swimming Federation. Passionate about cinema, she regularly attends festivals such as the Berlin and Venice Biennale and the Sitges Film Festival.