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Jury 2021

From the shorts that come to us, the Worms of the Infest select 3 hours of screenings with the finalists. The pre-selection worms this year have been:

Anna Berrozpe, Miqui Cardona, Imanol Fernández, Alberto García, Nerea Gómez, Ignasi Muñoz i Laia Pineda. All of them are linked to the artistic and audiovisual world.

Infest is also responsible for deciding who is the final jury, which decides from these 3 hours which will be the first and second prize. This year the jury are:

David Victori

Director

David Victori

Winner of the 2012 YouTube International Film Festival with his short film “La Culpa”, he has been demonstrating his talent behind the camera for years. Since his feature film debut “El Pacto”, starring Belen Rueda, he has not stopped working on new stories. He has directed part of “SKYROJO”, the latest series from the creator of “La casa de Papel” for Netflix, and the film “No Matarás'”, which recently gave the Goya for Best Actor to Mario Casas. In addition, he can boast of having Ridley Scott and Michael Fassbender as producers.

Octavi Pujades

Actor

Octavi Pujades

After graduating in Medicine and Surgery, Octavi Pujades soon approached acting, which had always caught his eye. He soon became known for participating in the series “AL salir de clase”, which soon followed “Un paso adelante”, “Herederos”, “Hay alguien ahí”, and up to 40 more succesfull spanish series . He has starred in a dozen feature films and an even larger number of theatre plays.

The bloody girls

Cinema experts and horror gender analytics

The bloody girls

Aida Méndez and Elena Lombao are two film lovers who work in different areas of audiovisual production. Fans of the fantasy genre, did not take long to question their role as women in it, and since then are engaged in analysis, screenings and seminars on the subject. Its intention is to make visible directors, writers and creators of all kinds who delve into the genre, as well as analyzing female characters in horror films. For more women in terror, terrifying women and terror made by women.