Terenci Corominas Toro
BA in Contemporary Lens Media from Lincoln University and graduated in Audiovisual and Multimedia production from the ERAM University School. He has directed numerous audiovisual projects in all disciplines, videoclip, spot, short film, video art and documentary. His audiovisual pieces are characterized by moving away from conventional audiovisual narrative, by the metaphoric and surreal expression and by a high content of emotional load. At the present time he combines the tasks of management with the teaching in the university where he is professor of Audiovisual realization and audiovisual direction in the Degree in Audiovisual Communication and Multimedia.
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.