Andrea Villa

Andrea Villa (Ourense, 1990). Her professional career moves between culture, festivals and the internet. She has worked at Carballo Interplay since 2019 and is currently responsible for programming the activities and co-directs the event with Sonia Méndez. She has developed a large part of his professional activity from the communication teams of various events and projects such as the Galician Audiovisual Academy, the Mestre Mateo Awards, the Portocabo production company, the Cans Festival, Novos Cinema, (S8) Mostra de Cinema Periférico , Curtocircuto, Ourense International Film Festival, IN THE PALACE International Short Film Festival (Bulgaria), Revenidas, Vive Nigrán, Noites do Porto, Sinsal Museo do Mar, SonRías Baixas, Conecta Fiction, Pontevedra Children’s and Youth Book Fair or ICCWeek. In addition to participating in the digital strategy of a large part of the aforementioned, she has also worked on the online presence or media of audiovisual works such as “Before losing”, “Nación”, “Ons”, “Eroski Paraíso”, “Rapa” , “Iron”, “Brothers-in-law” or “Dry Water”.

Cibrán Tenreiro

Cibrán Tenreiro is a professor of Audiovisual Communication at USC, where he has researched Galician audiovisuals, the relationship between cinema and pop music or the creativity of musical scenes and fan communities. Outside of academics, he has created the FAN FAN podcast in Vinte magazine and collaborated in spaces such as Diario Cultural Zeta and Onda Vital (Radio Galega) or the film magazine A Cuarta Parede. In addition, he is a member of the Cineclube de Compostela, maintains the blog Bolsa de Patacas and makes music: he has played drums and/or sang in groups like Esposa or Monstruo, and now he does it in Ataque Escampe and also under his own name, with the that this 2024 he will publish the album “Saudade sempre”.

Gabri Fuentes

He studied Journalism and began his professional career in the Web Content department of TVG creating infographics, managing networks and giving life to the native network format #MenosDunMinuto, in which a current topic was explained in a brief, easy and dynamic way. He is currently a scriptwriter and editor at # DígochoEu, a collaborator of the program ‘Xuntos en Directo’ and creates content on Instagram and TikTok when he recalls about it. He also screams in Acouga, his group.

Marta Salicrú

Since 2019 Marta Salicrú, aka Salicrunette, is the director of Radio Primavera Sound. Music journalist with experience at Rockdelux and Time Out Barcelona, among other media, she has played – as half of the duo Bonnie & Clyde or solo – at festivals such as Vida, FIB, Madrid Pop Fest, Summercase or British Indietracks, in clubs such as London’s How Does It Feel To Be Loved and Miqui Puig’s Old Wave New Wave at La 2 de Apolo, and in venues such as Razzmatazz and Sala VOL, Siroco or Ochoymedio.

She plays pop songs, understood in a very broad sense, and her sessions range from the sound of girl bands from the 60s to contemporary R&B, passing through Catalan rumba, in a musical journey that goes from the American West Coast to Japan, passing through Chile, Colombia, Jamaica, Spain or the United Kingdom, France and Italy.