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Short Film Jury


fernando mariasFERNANDO MARÍAS (Bilbao, 1958). Novelist and publisher. Writer, among other novels, of Esta noche moriré (1996), El Niño de los coroneles (Nadal award 2001), El mundo se acaba todos los días (Ateneo de Sevilla award 2005) y Todo el amor y casi toda la muerte (Primavera award 2010). Among his books for young readers Cielo abajo (Anaya award 2005 and Premio Nacional de Literatura Infantil y Juvenil 2006), Zara y el librero de Bagdad (Premio Gran Angular 2008) and El silencio se mueve. Out of his novels La luz prodigiosa (adapted by himself and directed by Miguel Hermoso, 2002, winner of plenty of international awards) and Invasor (Daniel Calparsoro, 2012) have been adapted to the big screen. Miguel Ángel Vivas is now preparing the adaptation of Esta noche moriré.



nadiaNADIA DE SANTIAGO:
In spite of her youth (she is only 22) actress Nadia de Santiago has already a great deal of experience both in TV and the movies. She’s a regular face in many well known series, such as Javier ya no vive solo, Ana y los siete, Los hombres de Paco or Punta Escarlata, and her participation in the popular period series La señora and Amar en tiempos revueltos has taken her obvius talent closer to a wider audience. She had already proved her talent on the big screen, as she was nominated to the Goya to the Best New Actress and the award from the Unión de Actores Españoles for 13 Roses (Emilio Martínez Lázaro, 2007). She got the Biznaga de Plata award at Malaga Film Festival to the best Female Performance for her participation in the short Test (2008), by Marta Aledo and Natalia Mateo.



vivasMIGUEL ÁNGEL VIVAS
was born in Seville in 1974. At 18 he moved to Madrid to study Audiovisual Communication and later Movie Directing. He shot a few short features, among them the multi award winning El hombre del saco and I’ll see you in my dreams. After a few years teaching at Universidad Europea de Madrid, he shot his second film in 2011: Kidnapped. He has also directed a series for Antena3 and prepares the film Welcome to Harmony. Perhaps writing about himself on the third person is the most difficult thing he has done so far.