Jorge Barrio graduated in Journalism from the University of the Basque Country and received a diploma in Film Direction from the Catalan Centre for Cinematographic Studies.
He teaches film scriptwriting and creativity in the Imval Audiovisual School and holds film workshops organised by the Vitoria-Gasteiz City Council.
After gaining production experience in film and advertising, he founded his own school: Kinema Film School and, for six years, combined its management with his teaching activities.
He founded the Laimar Production Company in 2009 and has produced more than 20 shorts working as producer, director and, occasionally, assistant director.
He is currently working on the post-production stage of his first low-cost feature length film: La Tercera Ley de Newton.
Marta Clari graduated from the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB) with a degree in Child Psychology and Social Pedagogy and went on to complete a master in Cultural Management at the University of Barcelona (UB) and one in Public Management at ESADE. She is currently managing the Department for Citizens’ Rights, Participation and Transparency within the office of the 4th Deputy Mayor of Barcelona.
Initially she was director of the Torre Llobeta Civic centre, technical adviser for welfare within the framework of the Nou Barris Cultural Programme, and manager of the NGO Clowns without Borders.
In the nineties, she was co-ordinator of the Barcelona Libraries Plan and became director of the Barcelona Libraries Consortium and, subsequently, of the Barcelona Cultural Institute. This last year she has been manager of the Barcelona Sports Institute.
During her whole career, she has combined her professional activities with that of teaching masters and post-graduate courses in cultural management.
Luce Grosjean graduated from the École de l’Image Gobelins with a degree in Production Management and has dedicated special attention to the development of European projects - through workshops promoted by the Europe Creative Programme (Media) and in film production with the company Films de Bretagne.
She was Coordinator and Adminstrator of RECA (Réseau des Écoles Françaises de Cinéma d’Animation) and Administrative Assistant of AFCA (Association Française du Cinéma d’Animation) of which she is still an active member. She has been president of Sève Films since 2014.
As part of her work in production, she was an assistant producer at TeamTO and assistant technical coordinator at TF!.
Manuel Ibern graduated from the University of Barcelona with a degree in Modern History, is a member of the Technical Committee of the International Swimming Federation (FINA) and Vice-president of the Catalan Swimming Federation.
Manuel started his sporting career as a swimmer moved on to playing waterpolo then coaching and sports management. As a waterpolo player he took part in the 1968 Mexico Olympics and coached the Spanish National Team at the 1980 Moscow and 1984 Los Angeles Games.
His was Director of Sports at Barcelona City Council between 1984 and 1995 and a member of the Sports Commission of the 1992 Barcelona Olympic Committee. Between 2003 and 2013, he was Competition Director at the FINA World Championships in Barcelona and was appointed Secretary-General for Sport by the Generalitat de Catalonia in 2006.
Vicky Marcó graduated from the Autonomous University of Barcelona with a degree in Sociology and in Audiovisual Communications from the University of Barcelona with post-graduate studies in Television Reporting and a Master in Video-Game Creation from the Pompeu Fabra University.
She currently produces for television, cinema and the internet. Previously she has worked in camera crews and the production departments in companies such as Sargantana Voladora, Lavinia and Dream Team Concept.
Amongst outstanding programmes on which she has worked are: Afers Exteriors; documentaries like Bicicleta, Cullera, Poma (which won the Goya Prize); internationally distributed made-for-television films such as Prim, el Asesinato en la Calle del Turco as well as feature films like the multi-award winning Sex of Angels.
Lately she has been concentrating on production with the Studio Post23 with whom she made the 2016 Audi Christmas advert in animated 3D: The Doll that Chose to Drive which has received over 12 million visits on internet.