The Way of Shodō
Director – Producer – Art
Visual and plastic artist. Her work focuses on the construction of identity in different social contexts, reflecting on the cultural codes that define the individual.
Her work is interested in the identity portrait created through a dialogue with the spectator, understanding the final construction of the story by the viewer.
Her work is mainly developed through drawing and expanded drawing, taking it to interactive spaces with the spectator, with a strong Japanese influence thanks to the use of ink and her interest in the in Shodō. Likewise, although to a lesser extent, she also relies on other media such as video, photography and painting to complement her projects.Read More
Eugenio Tardón AEC
Director – Producer – Cinematography
Director of photography, member of the AEC (Spanish Association of Cinematographers). In 2016 he worked as a cameraman and editor for TVE in the Asia Pacific correspondent, where he portrayed countries such as North Korea, Mongolia and China.
His true passion and specialty is telling stories with light, translating scripts at twenty-five images per second. Documentaries, feature films, videoclips, video art and TV programs, have been observed by his particular gaze. Another of his facets is teaching, having been a professor of future camera operators at the Escuela Superior de Imagen CES. He is also Sony’s ICE, teaching courses on the latest cinematographic equipment of this company to professionals from different media.Read More
Japan Academic Advisor
Mario Malo has a long cycle bachelor degree in History from the University of Zaragoza and a PhD in East Asian Thought, Culture and Society with a specialization in Japan, from the Autonomous University of Barcelona. Also, he has a Master’s degree in Japanese Language and Culture from Takushoku University (Tōkyo); Double Master’s degree in East Asia specializing in Japan and also in Korea from the University of Salamanca.
He has carried out research stays at SOAS (London), Ritsumeikan University (Kyōto) and has received grants from the Japanese Ministry of Culture (Takushoku University) and the Japan Foundation (Kansai Centre, Ōsaka).
José Ramón Da Cruz
Editing – Realisation
In 1978, at the age of 17, he created the experimental film team Grupo TAU, one of the representatives of the new wave / no wave avant-garde cinema.
Founder of production companies such as La Turkía del Vídeo, La Confusión Española, Assamblea or Mínimo, he has won numerous awards such as the FV of Madrid ( 1984 and 1986), the Biennal of Barcelona, FITV of Montecarlo (96 and 99), FIPA of Biarritz (96 and 98), FITV of New York, Japan Prize, In-Edit Barcelona, Dock Of The Bay of San Sebastián, Memorimag …
His work has been seen in more than thirty countries.
Kikotoa The Green Man
Multidisciplinary artist and creator. In the year 2000 he began his journey with the project “Bereberia”, producing several world music festivals in the Sahara and Senegal.
As a graphic designer, art director and music set designer, he has produced audiovisual projects for: Tve, Canal +, Lola Films, Future Films, Agencia Contrapunto.Read More
Full stack creative coder and web designer
From a professional career oriented towards programming and with a constant interest in design, she is co-founder of the company Digitalina Artworks in 2006, where she carries out different web and multimedia projects, such as the DVD authoring of the FilmotecaFnac collection for the production company Avalon (80 titles). Within web development, she specialises in accessibility standards and works on projects for clients such as: Banesto, Vocento, Ferrovial, Fundación Rafael del Pino…(Agency: See the Change) or the special profile of Eurovision 2008 for MySpace and TVE.Read More