Lope Serrano directs, writes and draws and in his best works an echo threading these three skills together can be heard; music videos, commercials or shorts in the reality of which there is a fugue. A sensual, dreamy and plush fugue. Through that kaleidoscopic void a gorilla in love can be seen, “The Less I Know the Better” (Tame Impala), dancing fireworks (“LA” for Mujeres), a dessert in the prime of life, (“Crème Caramel” with Nowness), or a yarn of wool that seeks its destiny in the short “Sound and Vision” (commissioned for David Bowie’s exhibition). His commercial work has allowed him to expand the motives for this fugue for clients such as H&M, Coca-Cola, Instagram, EasyJet, Budweiser, Boots or Miu-Miu.
Nicolás Méndez directs and writes with the same intensity a small nocturnal bonfire illuminates a whole forest: his ideas and images shine because they are irreverent, delicate and energetic. Projects like “Bombay” for El Guincho, “Trying to be Cool” for Phoenix, “The Less I know the Better” for Tame Impala, “Up All Night” for Beck or “Malamente” and “Pienso en Tu Mirá” for Rosalía speak for themselves of a sardonic spirit which is emotional at the same time. The international success of all of them, as well as his role as an advertising director for clients such as Easyjet, Cadbury’s, Budweiser, Chupa-Chups or Huawei, are the best demonstration of this.
Working strictly from intuition, Femke’s films are always in sync. Her curiosity for all that moves comes paired with a rare and delicate sense of humour, making her work as amusing as it is stylish.
Albert has quietly but steadily been creating some of the most influential independent films out there. The power of his language is undeniable and, as we see it, it is about to permanently blow up the audiovisual space we know.
MANSON is a directing team made up of Pau López, Gerardo del Hierro and Tomás Peña – a bold team of visionaries who came together to create a versatile and eclectic creative force. Their work covers a diverse spectrum of techniques and themes: traditional animation and 3D, comedy and fashion, documentary and fantasy.
The style of Nur Casadevall is electric and uncompromising, pairing attentive and delicate visuals with a restless and mischievous spirit. In her films, architecture and music go hand in hand, both being sensitive to and breaking the rules of symmetry and synchrony.
Roger Guàrdia is a director with a fresh and strong cinematic style. His curiosity and talent allowed him to shape his own voice and unique signature and he loves finding a personal and powerful approach to every project.