Marina Lameiro (Iruña 1986). Graduate in Audiovisual Communication from the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos; Master in Creative Documentary from IDEC-Pompeu Fabra and Postgraduate in Audiovisual Editing from the same university; artist-in-residence for a year at the Collaborative Studio (CoLab) of the UnionDocs documentary art center in New York. Marina produces, writes and directs several films including “Young & Beautiful” (2018) -Special Audience Award at Punto de Vista Festival- and “Dardara” (2021). In 2017 she created Hiruki Filmak together with Garazi Erburu and Ione Atenea to promote films by female directors, such as “Enero” (Ione Atenea) or “918 GAU” (Arantza Santesteban).
Xabier Erkizia is a composer, sound artist and artistic producer. His work focuses on research and curiosity for any creation that involves listening and sound. His works are mainly in the form of installations, phonographic, radio and audiovisual works, written essays and soundtracks for audiovisual works for which he has received international awards. He is a member of the audiolab association and currently teaches sound at the Elias Querejeta Zine Eskola in Donostia.
Aranzazu Calleja (Bilbao, 1977) has a degree in fine arts from the University of the Basque Country and teaches violin at the J.C. Arriaga Conservatory in Bilbao. She continued her studies at the Taller de Musics in Barcelona and at the Berklee College of Music in Boston, USA. She began to put music into the first short films of Borja Cobeaga, with whom she has collaborated in his four feature films: “Pagafantas”, “No controles”, “Negociador” and “Fe de etarras”. Her work includes films such as “Psiconautas. Los niños olvidados” by Alberto Vázquez and Pedro Rivero (Goya 2017 for Best Animated film), “El hoyo” by Galder Gaztelu-Urrutia or “Akelarre”, by Pablo Agüero, for which she received the Goya for Best Soundtrack 2020 along with Maite Arroitajauregi. She is currently working on the music for “Érase una vez Euskadi”, Manu Gómez's debut film.
Producer and director of several audiovisual projects through the production company Sr. & Sra, founded along with Aritz Moreno in 2013. In 2015 she produced and directed her first feature film, "El último verano", a documentary that was selected in many international competitions such as Bafici or Karlovy Vary. In 2017 she co-produced with Labyrint Films the first feature documentary by Ana Schulz and Cristobal Fernández entitled "Mudar la piel" which was premiered at the Locarno Festival. Her next documentary film, "Las letras de Jordi", by Maider Fernández Iriarte, premiered in the New Directors section of the San Sebastian Film Festival and the first feature film by Aritz Moreno, "Ventajas de viajar en tren", premiered in the Official Section of the Sitges Film Festival, was nominated for 4 Goya awards and won the Feroz award for best Spanish comedy of the year 2019 . She has just finished the documentary "Canto cósmico", which will be released in the upcoming months. Meanwhile, she is producing the next film by Pablo Hernado "Una ballena". Her interest in the most experimental cinema has led her to create a new production company, Apellaniz y de Sosa, with projects such as "Leyenda dorada", "Espíritu Sagrado" and in process are the feature films "Balearic" by Ion de Sosa and "Anekumen" by Irati Gorostidi.