Antoine Leonetti

Antoine Leonetti

Director

Cultural manager, Doctor of Law and professor of event management at the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya. Coordinator of several cultural and educational projects, such as El Meu Primer Festival, the “Pequeños cinéfilos” program at La Caixa Foundation, and the open-air cinema festival Sala Montjuïc. Author of studies on the right to artistic education and collaborator of the Swiss art magazine “Art Passions”.

mostra@lambdaweb.org
Joako Ezpeleta

Joako Ezpeleta

Coordinator

Co-founder of the International Festival of Benicàssim, journalist and cultural manager, director of the radio and television show ” Viaje a los Sueños Polares ” for many years and editor of “Spiral” Magazine. Currently, he coordinates and produces exhibitions and cultural projects.

joakoezpeleta@gmail.com
Jorge Vañó

Jorge Vañó

Programmer

Degree in Audio-visual Communication. Filmmaker project. Currently working as a programmer and content manager at different film festivals.

jorgevano@gmail.com
Marta García

Marta García Moreno

Community Manager

Graduate in communication, specialising in cultural production and management. Has worked in Africa and Latin America for international organisations and institutions, including the AECID Network of Cultural Centres and FIIAPP. Currently engaged in several cultural projects, such as the Sala Montjuïc film festival and the Ca la dona FemArt feminist art show, as well as co-directing the programme Whiskey Bar on Radio Fabra.

magamo.comunicacion@gmail.com
Vero de DOSVISUAL

Vero, de Dosvisual

Web + Graphics + SN design

Audiovisual communicator and musician. Dirigeix DOSVISUAL, BCN based multilingual communication agency ▪ WordPress Web Development ▫ Digital Marketing ▫ Graphic Design and Content creation for ethical proyects.

si@dosvisual.com
dosvisual.com
Jonás Torres, from PLAY ON

Jonás Torres

Press and communication

Bachelor in Audiovisual Communication and Master in Marketing and Digital Communication. Founder of the agency Play On, that develops strategies in communication, branding, content curator and PR.

jonas@playonagency.com
playonagency.com
José Humberto Gil Rincón

José Gil Rincón

FIRE!! Pro Coordinator

Social Communicator with a Master degree in Film Business (ESCAC), specialized in audiovisual production, cultural management and programming, with experience in cultural companies and institutions and film festivals in Venezuela, Chile and Spain.

joshugil@gmail.com
Àuria Gómez

Auria Gómez

Audio-visual tools

Graduated in Audio-visual Communication, with a Master’s Degree in Gender and Communication. She has worked at the Casal Lambda and, Saturday after Saturday, she tries to leave the world a little better than she found it, voluntarily educating boys, girls and young people.

auriagc@gmail.com
Gregorio Soria

Gregorio Soria

Graphic image

Graphic and Audiovisual Designer, he has worked mainly in the cultural sector and specifically for the record industry. He has created dozens of album covers. Among his Spanish clients we can highlight La Casa Azul, Elefant Records, Naïve, Rock de Lux, CD Drome, 40 Principales, Stop Sida and many more. He has also worked for companies from Japan, Norway, Korea, Germany, and the U.K. He has also his own record company named Annika.

gregoriosoria@gmail.com
behance.net/gregoriosoria
@gregoriosoria_
Lluís Ruscalleda

Lluís Ruscalleda

Short film subtitles

Graduate in Audio-visual Communication from UPF. MA: Film Culture and Industry from Westminster University. Audio-visual translator in the making, after an undetermined number of years working in film distribution, marketing and programming.

lluisrusky@gmail.com

Acknowledgments

Alan Cabañas, Mar Canet, Daniel Compte, Rodrigo Escamilla, Berta Fernández, Jaume Fiol, Àuria Gómez Cruz, Francesc Gonzalo, Menene Gras, Joan Manel Jubany, Xavier Lezcano, Josep María Machado, Ester Marquina, Carlos Mayor, Willy Melguizo, Adriana Ribas, Jaume Ripoll, Cristina Rius, Marta Rodríguez Lladó, Víctor Sastre, Antti Savinen…

The volunteers’ team of Casal Lambda

AMPGIL

To all we could have forgotten

To all the public that supports us all year long..