Guests & Jury

Edition
Type
Aaron Walker
Director

Aaron Walker is bound to receive tonnes of prizes for his first feature-length film. He’s already been showered with praise for his short filmSummer Light, and well as for his videos for Pearl Jam and Blind Boys of Alabama.

Adam Klaff
Other guests

 

Director of the VHX platform. He will join us at the IN-EDIT Fast Forward.

Agustí Fernández
Artist

Agustí Fernández is, as his name suggests, the musician who stars in Agustí Fernández: Los Dedos Huéspedes. Our advanced sonic explorer and extended piano maestro has been director of the Big Ensemble del Taller de Músics, as well as founding member of the IBA Collective (Improvisers of Barcelona). He was also the director of TVE’s Glasnost programme and founder of the Trio Local… and a bazillion other things that won’t fit into this introduction. He’s recorded over 50 records.

Aleix Barba
Director

 

Codirector of Pauls Planet.

Alejandro Montes
Director

 

Codirector of El Peor Dios. Alejandro Montes is exbassist of the music band Monstruación.

Alex Julià
Director
Àlex Navarro
Jury

Àlex Navarro, trained in image and sound as his springboard into production and has been a member of MEDIA Antena Catalunya since 2002. He has also managed cultural affairs for TVE. SA, Consell de la Joventut and COOB'92. 

Alexis Morante
Director
Andy Markowitz
Jury

Andy Markowitz is cofounder and content director of MusicFilmWeb.com, the online portal specializing in music documentaries. Andy has 20 years of experience as a reporter, editor and film writer in Europe and in the U.S. His favourite band is The Mekons, and his favourite documentary is Anvil! The Story of Anvil. 

Àngel Leiro
Jury

Involved in Catalunya Television's Sputnik programme practically since it birth, Àngel has directed all types of music programs, concerts, videoclips and documentaries, alternating it with documentary series. Some of his feature-length documentaries have been presented at past editions of Beefeater In-Edit, like To de Re per a mandolina i clarinet (2011) and Toti Soler, d'una manera silenciosa (2013). 

Anna Morley
Jury

Anna Morley is the distribution manager at Pulse Films, a multi-media production company that makes content for film, TV, music and commercials. Pulse's distinguished film slate includes the seminal LCD Soundsystem documentary Shut Up and Play the Hits and the double Sundance award winning 20,000 Days on Earth, featuring Nick Cave.

Antoine Prum
Director
Ariel Rot
Artist

 

The Argentinean Ariel Rot broke hundreds of hearts and dislocated just as many hips as frontman for Tequila between 1978 and 1983. Then in the nineties, he formed the equally popular Los Rodríguez before proceeding with his solo career. A frequent collaborator with Jaime Urrutia, we have him here thanks to his appearance in Jaime Urrutia: La Fuerza de la Costumbre.

Aurora Moreno
Jury

Aurora Moreno is Head of International Promotion for Filmoteca de Catalunya. She was previously Director General of the Fundació Privada Sitges Festival Internacional de Cinema de Catalunya and director of audiovisual promotion and distribution for the ICIC. 

Bel Bechara
Director
Bob Smeaton
Jury

Since directing the series The Beatles Anthology in 1995, British filmmaker Bob Smeaton has made documentaries about musicians like Jimi Hendrix and Mark Knopfler, as well as various episodes of the series Classic Albums (The Band, Meat Loaf and Lou Reed), and the documentary Festival Express. This year, in addition to being part of our jury, Smeaton joins us to present The Jam: About The Young Idea.

Bobbi Jo Hart
Director

Bobbi Jo Hart is an award-winning Canadian director, producer, photographer, writer and researcher. She's also versatile: some of her previous works deal with women's tennis, nurses in Pakistan and mothers with nervous depression. Presents I Am Not a Rock Star 

Brad Adamson
Jury

Brad Adamson is Vice-President of programming for VH1. He's produced documentaries such as VH1 Rock Docs and various Emmy winners, including Anvil! The story of Anvil and Woodstock: Now and then

Càndid Coll
Artist
Carl Bârat
Artist

Carl Barât is the peculiar fringed dandy that accompanied Pete Doherty in his joyrides with The Libertines and later, having gone their separate ways, in Dirty Pretty Things. He’s a rockstar that’s seen it all, done it all and worn the T-shirt. We look forward to scenes of Beatlemania with his visit to Beefeater In-Edit 2011.

 

 

Carles Prats
Director

Carles Prats has already graced us with his presence and the documentary Loquillo Leyenda Urbana. Beefeater In-Edit 2011 sees him return with an intimate film about Joe Strummer’s “lost years”: Quiero Tener una Ferretería en Andalucía. Prats has directed many other documentaries and television programmes like Stromboli, in addition to writing a book about 007.

Carles Prats
Director

 

Director of Cuchíbiri cuchíbiri.


Carlos Lertora
Director
Carlos Vega
Artist

Carlos Vega és un participant a l’ombra de la nova onada espanyola, ja que és el germaníssim d’Antonio Vega i li va compondre alguns temes. La seva participació al Work in Progress Antonio Vega. Tu voz entre otras mil és una excusa immillorable per tenir-lo entre nosaltres discutint la glòria del seu germà.

Chris Simon
Director
Christian Hund, Carsten Christochowitz & Uwe Wältring
Director

Christian Hund, Carsten Christochowitz and Uwe Wältring are the directors of Music from the Moon, winner of In-Edit Deutschland 2011. The trio are founding member of GUCC graphic & film. Their films tend to deal with inter-cultural dialogue. 


Cloe Masotta
Jury

Master's in Film and Contemporary Audiovisual Studies (UPF). Cloe currently combines her studies in contemporary art theory and critique at the MACBA's PEI and a doctorate in communication (UPF) with her activity as a film and contemporary art critic, analyst and teacher at the MACBA and at the CCCB. She has written for Blogs&Docs, and collaborates with other media such as La Furia Umana, Transit: cine y otros desvíos and Márgenes. Cine español online. 

Daniel Arasanz
Director

 

Codirector of El Peor Dios. Daniel Arasanz is the winner of the National and Audience prizes at Beefeater In-Edit for his debut documentary Venid a las cloacas: La historia de la Banda Trapera del Río, 2010. 

Daniel Gómez
Director

 

Codirector of No More Tour.

Demian Fenton
Director

Demian Fenton worked alongside Don Argot in Rock School, Two days in April and The Art of Steal. His company is called 9.14 Pictures and is based in Philadelphia. His latest documentary is, of course, Last Days Here.

Desirée de Fez
Jury

A critic for Fotogramas, El Español and Rockdelux, Desiree also collaborates on Catalunya Ràdio’s La Finestra Indiscreta, and coordinates and presents the cinema section of Página 2 (for TVE’s Channel 2). A member of the Sitges Film Festival and curator of Cine Low Cost, she gives classes Film Studies classes and has written the books: Películas clave del cine de terror moderno and Lo imposible.

Dick Fontaine
Director

 

This year we pay homage to Dick Fontaine, the british producer and director, who has been a fundamental figure in the evolution of the representation of popular culture in TV and film for the past half-century. Click here for more information regarding his films and presentations at Beefeater In-Edit.

Dylan Southern & Will Lovelace
Director

British directors Dylan Southern and Will Lovelace met at film school in Liverpool. After graduating they moved into music videos and ads. Their first documentary was No Distance Left To Run, a film about Blur. Present Shut Up and Play the Hits 

Eddie Berg
Jury

Eddie Berg has been Director of London's BFI Southbank since 2007, when this new and improved version of the NFT opened. He has been on a multitude of juries (like that of the BAFTA) and has also been awarded prizes. 

Edwyn Collins
Artist
Elliott Murphy
Artist
Elvio Manuzzi
Director
Enric Palau
Jury

Co-director and co-owner of Advanced Music, the company behind Sónar, and head of the programming area of the festival. Together with his partners Sergio Caballero and Ricard Robles, he created Sónar in 1994. Since 2002, Sónar has traveled around the world: London, Tokyo, Chicago, New York, Frankfurt, Sao Paulo... featuring the latest trends in advanced music and its interactions with other musical genres and artistic disciplines. 

Enrique Costa
Jury

Director of Avalon Distribución Audiovisual, a company dedicated to film distribution. From its first film The Devil and Daniel Johnston to its recent Spanish premiere 20,000 Days on Earth, one of the clear hallmarks of the Avalon Catalog has been its interest in music documentaries and films, as part of the label and its director's unconditional focus on independent, quality cinema. 

Erik Parker
Other guests
Fermín Muguruza
Director

The Basque musician Fermín Muguruza once again demonstrates his bravery, this time getting behind the camera to explore the sound of Morocco. Before this, he treated us to Bass-que Culture and Checkpoint Rock: Canciones desde Palestina.

Fermín Muguruza
Director

 

Codirector of No More Tour.


Fernando Pomares
Director
Ferran Aromí, Messidor Rodríguez y Miguel Cipres
Director
Francesco Tristano
Artist
Fred Burns
Director

 

Director of Basically, Johnny Moped.

George Scott
Director

Scotsman George Scott has tackled documentary themes as diverse as the twentieth anniversary of Screamadelia, Rufus Wainwright (with Prima Donna), Melody Gardot, Pinochet’s widows or Carla Bruni.  He comes to Beefeater In-Edit 2011 to present us with Toots & The Maytals.

Georgia Guerra-Peixe
Director

Georgia Guerra-Peixe was born in Rio de Janeiro. He works for the producer, Bossa Nova Films. He has previously directed publicity fiction mini-series for diverse corporations.

Gormand Bechard
Director

Gorman Bechard looks a bit like Dave Stewart from the Eurythmics. He’s already got two feature films under his belt, Friends With Benefits andYou are AloneColor Me Obsessed, astonishingly enough, is his first documentary.

Gruff Rhys
Artist
Hans Fjellestad
Director

Los Angeles filmmaker and musician Hans Fjellestad has been making feature-length music documentaries for more than a decade. His films include MoogFrontier Life and The Heart is a Drum Machine, among others. Presents Sunset Strip

Heidi Fleisher
Jury

Heidi Fleischer is an America producer, who’s been living in France since 1997. In 2005 she launched her solo career as an independent film consultant and is currently working as a specialist for the Sunny Side of the Doc Festival.


Henrique Dantas
Director

Henrique Dantas is the director of the worthwhile documentary Filhos de Joao about the group Novos Baianos, winner of In-Edit Brazil 2011. His awards, distinctions and productions take up too many pages and there’s no way to abbreviate them, so let’s just say that he was born in 1972 in Salvador.

Henry Barnes
Jury

Henry Barnes is the editor of theguardian.com/film. He writes about film and music and is the producer and sometime host of the Guardian film show. Also likes: bass playing, video gaming, flying saucer sweets, ketchup and Zappa.

Hervé Martin-Delpierre
Director
Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard
Director

Directors of 20,000 Days on Earth

Ingrid Guardiola
Jury

Ingrid Guardiola is Professor of Contemporary Television Trends at the UPF, and of New Cultural Formats, Cultural Management and Creative Documentaries at the UdG. She has worked for the CCCB, TVE, film festivals (Sitges, Docúpolis...), and is a member of the editorial staff for La Vanguardia's: Cultura/s. 

Isaki Lacuesta
Jury

Isaki Lacuesta has been described as the most promising of Spanish directors. His films include Cravan vs Cravan, La leyenda del tiempo, Los pasos dobles (Winner of a Golden Shell at The San Sebastián International Film Festival) and El cuaderno de barro, among others. When he isn’t filming, he gives classes and writes. 

J-P Passi
Director

The Punk Syndrome was directed by the Finnish directors JukkaKärkkäinen and Passi JP. The film won the Audience Prize at the 2012 Tampere Film Festival. Presents The Punk Syndrome

Jaime de la Puente & Paloma Concejal
Director

Jaime de la Puente and Paloma Concejal are the directors of the WIP: Antonio Vega. Tu Voz Entre Otras Mil. The former is an audiovisual producer for Canal+ and Head of Images for news channel CNN+. The latter is director of informative and cultural programmes for Canal +.

Jaime Urrutia
Artist

Jaime Urrutia needs no introduction. Epic founder of Spanish new wave, for a decade Urrutia was frontman for Gabinete Caligari and is responsible for some of the best Spanish pop hits post-1977. He remains extremely active, as demonstrated by the documentary at this year’s Beefeater In-Edit 2011 Jaime Urrutia: La Fuerza de la Costumbre.

Jaume Ripoll
Jury

Founding partner of Filmin, the landmark online portal for independent films in Spain, Jaume fulfills the dual role of Editorial Director and Development Director, jobs he alternates with his position in the prestigious independent film company: Cameo.

He graduated in Direction from ESCAC and went on to direct documentaries, to work as a specialized press columnist, and to complete a six-year stint at Manga Films. 


Javier Polo
Director
Jeff Howlett
Director

 

Director of A Band Called Death.

Joan Capdevila and David Casademunt
Director
Joe Angio
Director
Jordi Turtós
Director
Jorge Catoni
Director
Josetxo Cerdán Los Arcos
Jury

Josetxo is a Professor at the Rovira i Virgili University (Tarragona) and coeditor of numerous works on the history of Spanish cinema.

He has been a magazine columnist, and has conducted projects as a commissioner for various different institutions.

He has also risen to the challenge of being a visiting scholar at the New York University (NYU) and he was the artistic director of the Punto de Vista Festival (Pamplona) between 2010 and 2013. In 2012 he programmed the Flaherty Seminar and he is currently a member of the committee for the Distrital, Cine y Otros Mundos Festival (Mexico City).  


Jozef Devillé
Director

 

Jozef Devillé is a DJ and belgian photographer. He is also a film maker and he worked for music videos. The Sound Of Belgium is his first full lenght film.

Juan José González
Director

 

Director of Todos somos estrellas.

Juan José González
Director

Codirector de Todos somos estrellas

Juanjo Javierre
Jury

Juanjo Javierre was born in Huesca, was a founding member of Mestizos and does far too many things to list here. His projects include Mondo Soul, Profesor Somno and Nu Tempo. He also directed the documentary España Baila. 

Julie Bergeron
Jury

Julie Bergeron is the head of Vision-in-Motion, the film event production house that has organized the Cinéma du Québec in Paris since 2004. She is also Manager of the Producers Network at Marché du Film / Festival de Cannes.


Julien Temple
Director

Some year we had to do it because he deserved it. And we're delighted that it's now. Julien Temple is a director whose documentaries have frequently featured in our programme and sooner or later it would be time to pay him tribute. Come and see. From the premiere of Glastopia to hits from his filmography like The Filth & The Furyand Glastonbury will be in our programme. And there's a master class. Read more.

Julien Temple
Director
Julio Bustamante
Artist

 

We'll have the presence of the Valencian songwriter, the hero of Bustamante Perkins.


Katharina Jeschke
Jury

As Director of the IMZ International Music + Media Centre, Katharina Jeschke is a curator, developer and host of music film festivals and competitions worldwide. She has been a jury member at film festivals, BANFF or the International Emmy Awards and draws on expertise in PR for cultural projects, artist management and media production.

Kevin Rowland
Artist
Koldo García
Other guests

 

Cofounder of The Mad Video. He will join us at IN-EDIT Fast Forward.

La Pegatina
Artist

 

We'll have the presence of the members of the band and protagonists of La Pegatina.

Laura Llamas Blasco & Victor Morilla
Director

Directors Laura Llamas and Víctor Morilla snuck around the gypsy guitarist’s home like curious little mice. It’s hard to believe this is their first feature-length film. Both have worked previously in TV and advertising.

Lily Keber
Director

 

Lily Keber co-directed Hutto: America's Family Prison in 2007. A year later, she co-founded the female collective: New Orleans Video Voices. Bayou Maharajah: The Tragic Genius of James Booker is her first solo feature- film. She lives and works in New Orleans. 



Lorenzo Benítez
Jury

His professional activity is geared towards selecting series and documentaries. He has been a researcher, co-writer, direction and production assistant for documentaries for Arte, ZDF, TVE, Al Jazeera and Canal Sur TV. In 2016, he will release his first feature-length film as a director, Madres Invisibles. He also advises producers and directors from the conception to the distribution phase of their project. 

Los Hermanos Cubero
Artist
Lucas Caraba
Director

They gave Lucas Caraba a photo camera and a radio-cassette player at 11 years of age, and in doing so, forged his destiny. He has been a writer and director for theatre and radio, photographer, scriptwriter and today directs TV programmes, alone or in the company of other misfits. Agustí Fernández - Los Dedos Huéspedes is his latest work. 

Lucy Kostelanetz
Director
Luke Haynes
Artist

Music and songwriter of The Auteurs and Black Box Recorder.

Special session @ Doc Alive (Nov 3rd): Screening of "Art Will Save The World. A film about Luke Haines" + Luke Haines Live! 

Lydia Zimmermann
Jury

Lydia Zimmermann is an actress, scriptwriter and director who was born in Barcelona but works internationally. Her role in Elisa K contributed to the film winning the Special Jury Prize at San Sebastián 2010. 

Malik Bendjelloul
Director

Malik Bendjelloul is an actor reborn as a director. He must be chuffed: his debut won the Special Jury Prize and the Audience Prize for Best International Documentary at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival, among many others. Presents Searching for Sugar Man 

Marc Rollinger
Artist

 

Marc Rollinger, fading millionaire, is the main character of Naked Opera. He'll be presenting the documentary.

Marc Serena
Director
Marc Sirisi
Director

 

Codirector of Pauls Planet.

Matías Pinochet
Director
Matt O'Casey
Director

Matt O’Casey has been playing in bands for thirty years and making documentaries for twenty. His acclaimed films include: Wouldn’t It Be Nice (2004), One Way or Another (2006), Don’t Stop (2009) and Dennis Wilson - The Real Beach Boy (2009). This year he’s gracing us with Queen – Days of our Lives.

Matt O'Casey
Jury

Matt O'Casey is a veteran Skiffle musician and collaborator with Radio One (BBC), but he is best known for his music documentaries, which include Wouldn't It Be Nice (2004), Dennis Wilson: The Real Beach Boy (2009) and Queen. Days of our Lives (2011). 

Matt Wolf
Director

 

Director of Teenage.


Maureen Gosling
Director

 

Directora of This Ain't No Mouse Music!

Michael Gochanour
Director
Michael Nyman
Artist

Michael Nyman is one of the world’s most advanced and recognized (and recognizable) composers. Notorious bruiser of orchestras (due to his syncopated symphonies), the composer of The Piano and The Draughtsman Contest treads the red carpet of our Festival thanks to the film Michael Nyman in Progress.

Miguel Ángel Blanca
Jury

Miguel Ángel graduated in Scriptwriting from ESCAC, and combines his work as a filmmaker with his music career in Manos de Topo and in Salvaje Montoya. In 2009, he launched the production house Boogaloo Films to explore new transmedia narratives, completing the project YourLostMemories, in which he wrote and codirected the namesake documentary. He continued probing new narrative forms, which led to the creation of the project live cinema Després de la Generació Feliç. In 2014, he codirected Un Lloc On Caure Mort, winner of the National Documentary Prize at Beefeater In-Edit 2014. His latest film as a director is La Extranjera.

Miguel Ángel Blanca
Jury

Miguel Ángel graduated in Scriptwriting from ESCAC, and combines his work as a filmmaker with his music career in Manos de Topo and in Salvaje Montoya. In 2009, he launched the production house Boogaloo Films to explore new transmedia narratives, completing the project YourLostMemories, in which he wrote and codirected the namesake documentary. He continued probing new narrative forms, which led to the creation of the project live cinema Després de la Generació Feliç. In 2014, he codirected Un Lloc On Caure Mort, winner of the National Documentary Prize at Beefeater In-Edit 2014. His latest film as a director is La Extranjera.

Miguel Poveda
Artist
Mitchell Kezin
Director
Montaser Marai
Other guests

Montaser Marai is Executive Producer of the Programming Department at Al Jazeera. Previously, he was Head of Production for the same channel. He comes to Beefeater In-Edit 2011 as the instigator responsible for Next Music Station: Morocco de Fermín Muguruza.

Morgan Neville
Director

Sun Records, The Stooges, Brian Wilson, James Brown and Burt Bacharach are some of the themes that Morgan Neville has covered in his documentaries. He has also been awarded prizes for films about Hank Williams, Stax Records and for Johnny Cash’s America.

Niall McCann
Director

Niall McCann is an Irish director that's so obscure he doesn't even have an IMDB entry, and to top it off, he shares his name with a notorious TV adventurer. This hasn't stopped him from debuting with one of the most caustic films of the season. Presents Art Will Save The World. A film about Luke Haines.

Nick James
Jury

 

Editor for Sight & Sound magazine. Nick graduated from the St. Martin's School of Art and has written for The Guardian, The Observer, The Independent, US Vogue, Time Out, The London Review of Books or The Literary Review. He has also presented various BBC documentaries.

In 2010 he was awarded the distinction "Chevalier de l'Ordre des Arts et des Lettres" by the French government. Nick has also worked as a jury member for other film festivals, such as San Francisco, Toronto, San Sebastian, Morelia and Cannes. 


Nickolas Rossi
Director
Nicolás Tarela
Director

 

Codirector of El Peor Dios

Nodlag Houlihan
Other guests

Broken Song's Producer

Olga Àbalos
Jury

Music journalist. Over the past 18 years, her work has appeared in publications such as Go Mag, Ruta66, Mondosonoro, Rockdelux, Jaç, Enderrock and Cultura/s. She is currently collaborating with Bad Music Jazz, ScannerFm, Nativa and the newspaper Ara, among others, in addition to directing Volata magazine and working in the field of cultural communication. 

One9
Director
Pablo García
Director
Pablo Ortiz
Director

Director of 13. Miguel Poveda

Pascal Krumm
Director
Paul Fuster
Director

 

Protagonist of Pauls Planet. He will present the documentary with the directors.

Paulinho Boca de Cantor
Artist

Paulinho Boca de Cantor is short for Paulo Roberto Figueiredo de Oliveira, the Brazilian singer and composer of MPB who formed part of the great Novos Baianos. After enriching the cultural world with sensational records like Acabou Chorare (1972), Paulinho started going solo around 1979. He hasn’t stood still since then. 

Pedro Ramírez
Artist

 

Member of the band Tabletom, protagonist of Todos somos estrellas.

Pei
Artist

 

Member of the band Los Desechables, protagonist of El Peor Dios

Pep Garrido
Director

 

Codirector of Bustamante Perkins, he is a screenwriter and realizator.

Peret
Artist

 

Protagonist of Cuchíbiri, cuchíbiri. He will be presenting the documentary with the director.

Peter Gerard
Other guests

 

Founder of Distrify and film producer/director, pioneer of the film distribution strategy. He will join us at the IN-EDIT Fast Forward.

Pini Schatz
Director
Quim Casas
Jury

Quim Casas is a film writer and critic. He collaborates with Dirigido Por, El Periódico and Rockdelux. He’s a member of the Selection Committee for the San Sebastián Film Festival and a professor at Barcelona’s Universitat Pompeu Fabra. 


Raimundo Amador
Artist

Raimundo Amador, ex-Veneno and ex-Pata Negra, is (as you well know), the most important flamenco-rock guitarist in the world. It’s an honour to have him as a guest at this year’s Beefeater In-Edit 2011, after watching the intimate Papagordo. En Casa de Raimundo Amador, we consider him practically a dear old friend.

Raul Cuevas
Director
Ricardo Aldarondo
Jury

Ricardo Aldarondo is a cultural reporter for El Diario Vasco, and he also writes for Fotogramas, Dirigido Por, Rockdelux and others. He has been a member of the management committee for the San Sebastian International Film Festival, and has various books under his belt, including Películas clave del cine de aventuras (2008) and Robert Wise (2005). 

Ricardo Iscar Álvarez
Jury

He has signed feature-length documentaries as Tierra negra, Danza a los espíritus o El foso, on the Liceu orchestra, and also El cerco, best European short documentary at the Berlinale 2006. Since 1998, he has been a professor of Documentary Scriptwriting and Directing at Pompeu Fabra University, of Documentary and Photography at the CECC, and of Audiovisual Production at the UB.

Ricardo Pachón
Director
Director of Triana Pura y Pura.
Roger Sargent
Director

Roger Sargent has done it all: mod and punk, budding popstar in the band Fabulous, and famous photographer for NME, Melody Maker, Mojo, The Guardian and I.D., among many others. His latest work is the documentary The Libertines: There Are no Innocent Bystanders. He has been defined as “England’s most important music photographer”.

Ron Mann
Jury

Mann established his international reputation with a series of award-winning theatrical documentaries, some of them on music, like Imagine the Sound (1981), which brings together the prime innovators of the free jazz movement of the 60's, or Twist (1992), ultimately a movie about the changes experienced by the baby-boom generation. Mann's newest film Altman (2014) is an in-depth look at the life and times of filmmaker Robert Altman. 

Rumba 3
Artist
Sandra Trostel
Director
Sandro Serpa
Director
Sergio Castro
Director

Sergio Castro is the director of Electrodomésticos: El Frío Misterio, winner of the best national film for In-Edit Chile 2010. He is currently working on his second fiction film: La Mujer de Barro and making a documentary on the band Tortoise to premiere at en In-Edit Chile 2011. 

Silvia Beck
Director

Sylvia Beck is the director of Michael Nyman in Progress. In her filmography, we also find Leninland and Veil of the Temple – A Journey to the End of the Night.

Simon Klose
Other guests

 

Founder of Linklib and swedish film director. He will join us at the IN-EDIT Fast Forward.

Spandau Ballet
Artist
Stefan Müller
Jury

 

Executive Producer for ZDF German Television, Stefan has worked for the prestigious cultural programme Kulturzeit (3sat) for many years.

These days, Stefan is also Head of Development and Manager of popular music programmes produced by the editorial departments for music at 3sat and ZDFkultur. 


Stephen C. Mitchell
Director

Stephen C. Mitchell is a friend of the band, and someone who’s infinitely familiar with all things Oklahoman. Kings of Leon are the executive producers of this impressive, revealing and profound big screen debut.

Susan Stahman
Director
Tere
Artist

 

Member of the band Los Desechables, protagonist of El Peor Dios.

Tony Palmer
Other guests
Viçens Ferreres Plans
Director
Violeta Kovacsics
Jury

 

Film critic for publications like the "Cultura/s" supplement for La Vanguardia, Time Out Barcelona, Diari de Tarragona, Caimán-Cuadernos de Cine, Numerocero and Sensacine. Violeta has participated in, written and coordinated various books like Very Funny Things, New American Comedy and Paris by cinema: A guide to the City in 55 films.

She also runs the catalog and newspaper for the Sitges-Festival Internacional de Cinema Fantàstic de Catalunya. 


Virginia García del Pino
Jury

Film director and editor in 2008 she received various awards for Lo que tú dices que soy. Her first feature-length documentary, El Jurado (2012), entered the official sections at prestigious festivals. In 2013, the Márgenes festival did a retrospective of her work. In 2014, Cineuropa made her work a focal point. Her latest film La 10ª carta (2014) is a portrait of the devoted filmmaker, Basilio Martín Patino.

Will White
Jury

International TV Sales Director of Eagle Rock Entertainment. He has worked with leading artists and producers in the music industry, and as supervising producer on original music series, mixing documentary and unique performances. He has also brought multi-award winning documentaries and films to global television, including The Rolling Stones - Crossfire Hurricane and Freddie Mercury - The Great Pretender. 

William Eigen
Director
William Miller
Director

William Miller graduated from New York University. He has won various prizes and currently has several films in post-production. For this film, he turned to the advice of none other than D.A. Pennebaker. He will be introducing, with Scott Edmundson and Lee Baker, Don't Follow Me (I'm Lost). A Film About Bobby Bare Jr. 

Wim van der Aar
Director
Xarc Ruiz, Xavier Puig & Raimon Fransoy
Director

Marc Ruiz, Xavier Puig and Raimon Fransoy are the authors of the WIP on Adrià Puntí. His company is called Elsabeth Here at Beefeater In-Edit we know them well, thanks to the inclusion of their mini-documentaries Carretera and Mantra in previous editions of the festival. They also made Rossy, about the jazz musician Jorge Rossy, which debuted at Beefeater Inedit 2010 and was aired on Canal 33.

Xavi Martínez
Director

 

Director of La Pegatina -El Docu-. 

Xavi Serra
Jury

Xavi Serra founded and ran the film magazine Travelling, and has written for El Periódico, Dirigido Por, Scope and others. He has been the programmer of the REC Festival in Tarragon, and also of Barcelona's Casablanca Kaplan and Casablanca Gràcia cinemas. He is currently a film writer for the ARA newspaper. 

Xesc Cabot
Director

 

Codirector of Bustamante Perkins, actor and bassist.

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