Joan Agramunt Pi
Joan is an audiovisual filmmaker, photographer and director of photography. He has always been very clear about where he wanted to orient his professional career, and the school has served him to open the doors of the world of fiction, specifically in the field of photography and camera management. After completing the Degree in Audiovisual and Multimedia production in the ERAM, the Leonardo Da Vinci project took him to Liverpool, where he had the opportunity to work as director of photography in the production company Mocha.tv. Since then he has been director of photography of several projects for CrossCountry trains, WindGames, or Tv3 (with the documentary Navigam) and several video clips. He has also worked as a photographer for Bacardi, Martini, Adidas or Primavera Sound. He has worked for international prestige brands such as Coca-Cola, Evax, Ikea and Desigual. Currently, in addition to working on several projects, is responsible for the realization of audiovisual and photographic content for ERAM and teaches the operation of camera and editing for international students and students ERAMzeta.
Gabriel Sevilla Llisterri
PhD in Media Studies at the University of Valencia (2010), he has delivered courses on Spanish and European cinema, on literary and film analysis at the University of Geneva (2004-2014). As a researcher, he has collaborated in projects on narrative production and comprehension at the University Pompeu Fabra (2016-2019) and Durham University (2016-2017). He has obtained the tenure-eligible lecturer accreditation from the Catalan University Quality Assurance Agency (AQU Catalunya). His main publications are: - (2019, in press). “Une tragédie à dominante musicale: Œdipus Rex de Cocteau- Stravinsky”, Paris, Hermann.- (2018). “Persians on French Television: An Opera-Oratorio Echoing the Algerian War”. In Rebecca F. Kennedy (coord.). Brill's Companion to the Reception of Aeschylus (ISBN13: 9789004249325).- (2008). Tristana, by Benito Pérez Galdós. Critical edition with Isabel Gonzálvez (ISBN: 978-84-376-2495-2), Madrid, Cátedra.