Trained as a journalist, he began working as a reporter in Madrid on news programs for Canal Plus and CNN+. He has been an editor of cultural programs and the coordinator of shows dedicated to literature for the television channels Telemadrid (Los Cinco Sentidos-"The Five Senses") and Euskal Telebista (Sautrela). In the area of gastronomic documentary, he has written and co-directed the series "Masters of Basque Cooking" for ETB-telebista with the chefs Arzak, Subijana, Aduriz, Berasategui and Arbelaitz.
Since 2002, he writes travel reports for the supplement to El País, El Viajero, and is the author of a photographic artistic project called "Las ciudades visibles" ("The Visible Cities"), endorsed by the author Enrique Vila-Matas. Since 2009, he is a professor of documentary scripts in the Masters of Audiovisual Scripts from the University of Navarra and he has led a Workshop in Abstract Photography for children in the Chillida-Leku Museum.
In 2012, he made his first full-length film, La Casa Emak Bakia, with a long tourin film festivals and which has obtained several awards including special mention of RIDM- Montreal International Documentary Festival, and International Festival of Experimental Film of El Bolsón (Argentine).
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Diana Toucedo studied a degree in Film and Audiovisual Communication, specialising in editing at ESCAC (Film and Audiovisual School of Catalonia, Barcelona University) in 2008, and went on to do a Masters in Contemporary Film and Audiovisual Studies at the Pompeu Fabra University in 2011 She made her first feature-length documentary as an editor in conjunction with ESCAC, Tragovi (2009), which was filmed in Bosnia-Herzegovina. She spent two years working at the Mariscal Studio on the editing of the animated film, Chico and Rita (2010), directed by Fernando Trueba and Javier Mariscal, and she has worked with the prestigious designer on numerous visual works. Alongside the Catalan sculptor, Jaume Plensa, she has edited and directed the images of a visual sculpture in the post-production phase in Seoul, Korea. Simultaneously, she has worked on several occasions as director: Ser de Luz, with material by Gustav Deutsch (2009) and Tres tiempos tres gestos, on the work of Naomi Kawase (2010). She worked with Isaki Lacuesta on the editing of his correspondence film with Kawase, In Between days (2009), for CCCB and All the Night Long (2010) for TCM. The documentary was highly praised by critics at the San Sebastian Film Festival ("through exquisite editing, Gardner talks to herself", or "sophisticated editing that makes past and present talk"). La noche que no acaba received the award for best documentary of the year at the Spanish Film Festival in Toulouse (2011). She is now directing her first feature-length documentary, Trinta Lumes, in Galicia.
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Graduate in Psychology with a Master's in Creative Documentary Making from the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB). In 2006, within the Master's course, he directed De function, for which he won different awards, such as the 'Manoel de Oliveira' for the Best International documentary at the Curtas Vila Do Conde International Film Festival in Portugal or the New Authorship Award for Best Director at the Sitges International Catalan Film Festival. His next documentary, Castillo, earned him a Special Mention from the Jury of the Las Palmas International Film Festival. This was followed by Si yo fuera tú, me gustarían los Cicatriz, special mention from the jury at the Dei Popoli Festival in Florence, Diario Ruso, Ja arriba el temps de remenar les cireres and Dime quién era Sanchicorrota, produced by Proyecto X Films and which has been seen in a lot of film festivals. He worked as an assistant director in the fiction field and as a psychologist and coordinator in the audiovisual workshop at a Psychiatric Hospital. He is currently working as a teacher and production coordinator on the Creative Documentary Making Master's Course at the UAB.
His work has been exhibited at other international festivals, such as Visions Du Reél, Doclisboa, Taiwan International Documentary Festival, Bafici, Kassel Documentary Film and Video Festival, Tampere Film Festival or the Mar del Plata Film Festival, as well as at national festivals, such as the Las Palmas de Gran Canaria International Film Festival (within the cycle: 'D-generation. Underground Experiences of Spanish Non-Fiction), Alcine, In-edit -International Musical Documentary Film Festival in Barcelona, Huesca or Zinebi. He has also appeared at cultural centres, such as the Cervantes Institutes in Dublin, Prague, Manchester or Warsaw; at Cultural Centres in Spain, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras and the Dominican Republic and the Madrid Fine Arts Circle.
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