Anna Petrús is a filmmaker, film critic and professor. Her short films have been awarded in several film festivals. She combines her work as a director with teaching at Universitat Internacional de Catalunya’s cinema and communication area and at Àgora Sant Cugat International School’s professional training in image and sound. With Carla Subirana, she runs Acció Viver, a counselling and advisory programme to support female-led film projects. She is part of the board of directors of Dones Visuals, the Catalan association of women filmmakers.
LUCA DAL MOLIN
Luca dal Molin is a designer who inherited a strong passion for cinema from his mother at an early age. In 2005, he founded Voice Dog Films, and he has produced a number of short films, including Il Califfo, which he made with the singer Lucio Dalla. He has been curator of multiple festivals and film magazines and he is currently the director of some film festivals, such as Vicenza short film and video art biennale and the Isola Vicentina in DOC.
Mònica Amat de Broto holds a degree in Physical Education and Sport from the Catalan Institute of Physical Education and Sport (INEFC). She was part of the first rhythmic gymnastics group in Catalonia. She has developed multiple tasks in the field of sports and physical activity, including the Llibre blanc de l’esport català (‘White Paper on Catalan Sport’) and the Catalan Sports Congress. She has also held various positions in the Catalan Government, and today she is the head of the Sports Museum and Study Centre Doctor Melcior Colet.
Salvador Llopart García is a journalist who started his professional career in science journalism, working for the newspaper Avui and later for La Vanguardia. His passion became his work when he took over La Vanguardia’s cinema section in 1992. Later, he took charge of the publication and coordination of Pantalles (‘Screens’) section of the cultural supplement Cultura|s and La Vanguardia’s film reviews. He currently contributes to the magazine Fotogramas.
Toti Mumbrú holds a teaching diploma, specialised in Physical Education, and a degree in Physical Activities and Sport Science from Universitat Ramon Llull. He earned a graduate diploma in Adapted Sports for People with Disabilities from Universitat de Barcelona. He has been involved in very important sport events as the coordinator of subdivision areas. Today, he is the head of the Catalan Basketball Federation and a Physical Activities and Sport Science professor at Universitat Ramon Llull-Blanquerna.