Marta Salicrú has been the director of Radio Primavera Sound, Premio Ondas 2021, since 2019. Music journalist from Barcelona with more than fifteen years of experience – eleven at Time Out Barcelona, half of them as editor-in-chief -, she is a contributor to Rockdelux magazine and runs the book club on music at the Finestres bookstore. She co-wrote ‘Putos himnes generacionals’ (Columna, 2015) and the prologue of ‘Apolo: 75 años sin parar de bailar’ (Comanegra, 2018), and has participated as a speaker at Eurosonic Noorderslag (ESNS), Primavera Pro, Montreal M, MIL (Lisbon International Music Network), BIME Pro and Club de Creativos. As a teacher, he specializes in pop culture and podcasting (ESCAC, Elisava, UOC, International Music Business School). As a DJ she has played at Primavera Sound, Vida Festival, Sala Apolo, Razzmatazz, Ochoymedio, Sala VOL, Siroco, FIB, Madrid Pop Fest, Summercase, Indietracks and How Does It Feel To Be Loved, among others.
Co-founder of the online magazine about series ‘Serielizados’ and since 2014 co-directs the International Series Festival in Barcelona and Madrid and online at Filmin, Serielizados Fest, which has invited screenwriters such as David Simon, Dan Harmon, Sally Wainwright or Vince Gilligan. Co-founder and programmer of the Showcase of Series Pilots, a project of Serielizados and the Zoom Festival of Igualada to bring emerging new talent to the series industry. He has written the short film ‘Robota’ and the TV pilot ‘Psycho Psalms’ for the production company Open the Portal. He teaches television formats in Universitat Pompeu Fabra, co-directed the program ‘Tube d’Assaig’ for betevé and is a series critic for the radio program ‘SerieSelektor’, on iCat FM.
Co-founder of the online series magazine ‘Serielizados’ and since 2014 co-directs the International Series Festival in Barcelona and Madrid and online at Filmin, Serielizados Fest, which has invited series creators such as David Simon, Dan Harmon, Sally Wainwright or Vince Gilligan. Co-founder and programmer of the Showcase of Series Pilots, a project of Serielizados and the Zoom Festival of Igualada to bring new talent to the series industry. In charge of the series section of Time Out Barcelona & Time Out Madrid, and talking about series in the program ‘SerieSelektor’ of iCat FM (Catalunya Ràdio). He was co-director of the program ‘Tube d’Assaig’ for betevé. When he is not in Serielizados, he plays with his electronic band, TMATNB.
She has a degree in journalism with a specialization in audiovisual from the University of Santiago de Compostela. In 2015, she continued her training in screenwriting at Instituto de Cine de Madrid, where her feature film project, “Yo soy Mónica”, was selected for its realization and produced by the school itself. In 2017, she won the award for best webseries project at Carballo Interplay Festival, which allowed her to shoot “Hai vida en Bran?”, which was nominated for best webseries at the 2019 Mestre Mateo Awards. In television, she has been a scriptwriter for the cultural contest of Televisión de Galicia, ‘Coma un allo’. Likewise, she has experience as a dialogue reviser in the Argentine film ‘Marea’, by Emiliano Torres.
Graduated in Audiovisual Communication by the University of Vigo and Porto, with an Erasmus scholarship at UCP. She continues her training by investigating scenic creation and delves into the presence of dance in different formats. In 2018 she won the María Luz Morales Award for her video essay ‘Muller Personaxe’. She is currently in the development phase of her first film ‘As defensas’ (with the support of AGADIC with Cósmica Productions). In 2021 she filmed ‘O neno sardiña’, a short film produced by Cósmica Producions. Her latest work, ‘O niño dos paxaros’, is in the distribution phase and premieres in the Official Section of the 2021 Gijón International Film Festival. That same year she won the Maestro Mateo Award for best web series with XAN with Miguel Canalejo. In theater she is in charge of the audiovisual space and the production of cameras on stage in Curva España, of Grupo Chévere.