At the head of DOXA, she has been working in documentary film for fifteen years, mainly producing and editing feature films such as Asier ETA biok (Amaia & Aitor Merino, 2015), Meseta (Juan Palacios, 2019) or Fantasía (Aitor Merino, 2021), and short films such as 592 metroz goiti (Maddi Barber, 2018), scheduled at various festivals: CPH:DOX, BAFICI, Visions du Réel, FICG, SSIFF, Festival de Málaga, Documenta Madrid. He is currently co-directing Cabeza y corazón with Zuri Goikoetxea and co-producing Albertina Carri’s ¡Caigan las rosas blancas!
He studied cinematography at the TAE Instituto de Cine Madrid and later at the CINT in Vitoria-Gasteiz. It was there that he made his first short films, an activity he has continued to this day, combining it with his work as assistant director on feature films such as Irati, Akelarre, Padre no hay más que uno, Invasor, Guerreros, Asfalto, A ciegas, Pasajes, Salto al vacío, Blackwood, La Reina de España, Ma ma, Habitación en Roma, Caótica Ana, Tierra, Camino, La gran aventura de Mortadelo y Filemón, Vivir es fácil con los ojos cerrados, Las 13 rosas, La comunidad, Lope o La flaqueza del bolchevique, among others.
Argentinean filmmaker based in Madrid. In her work she explores the blurred border between heteronormativity and non-normative sexualities, as well as delving into the different aspects of heteropatriarchy, gender discrimination and women’s search for strategies of dissidence. She has directed the documentaries Memoria y sexualidad de las mujeres bajo el franquismo (2010) and Cárceles bolleras. Resistencias de las mujeres entre rejas (2018). Her new project, Las chicas de polígono, was selected for the Queercinelab 2020 laboratory and has won the WIP Award at ZG/PRO 2021.
Director of Azkuna Zentroa (Bilbao). He has developed an extensive work of cultural and creative management in multiple public and private projects at national and international level, always with a strong link to the transformative line of the arts as a practice, process and experience. He also has extensive experience as a director of cultural projects and institutions. He has coordinated and curated different exhibitions and festivals, as well as published in several specialised magazines.
Susi Sánchez is an actress with a long professional career. In theatre she has worked with directors such as Krystian Lupa, Daniel Veronese, J. Luis Gómez, Lluís Pasqual and Tomaž Pandur. Increasingly present in cinema, it is worth mentioning her latest performances: 5 Lobitos (Alauda Ruiz de Azúa, 2021), El sustituto (Óscar Aibar, 2021), El Cover (Secun de la Rosa, 2021). On television we have seen her in series such as El inocente, La Casa de Papel, Mentiras, Días de Navidad, La verdad and Presunto culpable. She has been recognised with numerous awards, including the Goya for Best Leading Female Performance for her role in La enfermedad del domingo (Ramón Salazar, 2018).
Partner of Music Library & SFX, sub-publisher and exclusive representative for Spain of Audio Network’s production music catalogue. As an experienced project coordinator, his duties include the management of collaborations, the participation of ML&SFX/Acorde (music supervision division) in events and the development of the AltMusic music catalogue. Through the publishing and production company AltContent, he is actively involved in audiovisual production.
Spanish filmmaker and a reference in adult cinema based in Berlin. His work explores pornography as a tool to question the old standards of society. His films transcend explicitness by being set between the cinematographic and the erotic. His most representative works include Serodiscordantes (2019), The Seed (2018) and Call Me a Ghost (2017). Noel Alejandro has also published in magazines such as Metal Magazine, i-D Magazine, Kaltblut, Pornceptual, Vangardist, Pineapple, Toh! Magazine and Le Tag Parfait, among others.
She is the director of the International Medium-length Film Festival La Cabina and technician in charge of the Aula de Cinema at the University of Valencia; a professional expert in the field of film programming and the generation of audiovisual content, including València Destroy (Podium Podcast), the documentary journalism programme Focus. Què ens passa? and the series Terres de Cinema, both of the latter two produced by À Punt Mèdia. She is also co-author of the study Los efectos de la pandemia covid-19 en el ecosistema de festivales cinematográficos de la Comunitat Valenciana (The effects of the covid-19 pandemic on the ecosystem of film festivals in the Valencia Region).
He holds a degree in Fine Arts from the UPV/EHU and a PhD in Sculpture. Since 1992 he has exhibited in different galleries, museums and art centres, and has participated in trade fairs such as MACO, Miami Art Basel, Arco and Paris Photo. His work can be found in various collections, such as those of the Artium Museum, the Government of Cantabria and the Provincial Council of Bizkaia. The photographic series Un chant d’amour (2020) has been awarded a prize in BilbaoArte’s Tras la tormenta (Behind the Storm). His most recent work was presented in Lisbon in 2021 together with Ignacio Goitia, as well as in the Espacio Marzana, in 2020. Sourrouille participated in the exhibition Después del 68. Arte y prácticas artísticas en el País Vasco. 1968-2018 (After ‘68. Art and artistic practices in the Basque Country. 1968-2018) at the Bilbao Fine Arts Museum. He also curated Miriam Ocariz’s exhibition at the Sala Rekalde in Bilbao in 2018 and published the book Cáscaras in 2019.
DIVERSITY AND HUMAN RIGHTS JURY
• Jasone Sertutxa – BFA / DFB
• Gorka López Arantzamendi – Festival Internacional de Cine Invisible, Film Sozialak
• Javier Maura – Amnistía Internacional
LESBIANISM AND GENDER JURY
BASQUE ACTRESSES AND ACTORS ASSOCIATION JURY
• Nadia Bolaños
• Itxaso Quintana
• Jon Ander Urresti
Ikasleak / Estudiantes / Students:
CIFP Tartanga, UPV/EHU, ECPV/EHZE, ECCBI & IMVAL. Estudios Audiovisuales
Rodrigo Alvarado, Paula Boo, Maria Corral López, Marcos Javier Badiola, Aitor Zabala De Castro, Iker Aranguren Ramírez, Joana Arguiñano, Oihane Aramendia, Maialen Molinuevo Galisteo, Elene Larrinaga Bilbao, Marcos Huedo Parres, Micaela Crespo Verdú, Natalia Allende, García Lorenzo, Ángela Camuñas Abad, Daniel Alegrete Gonzále
Formado por personas jubiladas de Bizkaia y alumnado de los distintos centros de formación para adultos.
Itziar Alberdi, Ane Miren de Lasa Garamendi, Ignacio Payo Lopez, Itziar Foruria Atxabal, Garbiñe Saez, Begoña Urkiaga, Mercedes Petralanda, Natalia Gardeazabal, Javier Pruaño.