LUÍS DE LA MADRID SORIA
Editor of about 40 feature films and postproduction supervisor in almost all of them, he’s also designed visual effects and opening credits. He’s worked around the world especially in international coproductions for companies like Warner, Paramount, Sony Pictures and Netflix. In 2016 he founded DELA S.L., an editing and audiovisual postproduction company. From Madrid he also works as a university teacher, on content evaluation committees, and he’s served as jury member in film festivals. He’s been nominated and won prizes in several competitions like the Cinema Writers Circle, Barcelona City Awards and the Gaudí Awards.
David Regos is an award-winning documentary producer and director. In 2001, after graduating from UC Berkeley, he directed the feature documentary Figures & Loops. Sin- ce then he has worked for ABC TV in Australia, travelled across the USA filming, and documented the ancient traditions of the Tibetans in India and the Q’eros of Peru. He then produced Divide in Concord, which won awards at festivals around the world. After that he worked on the documentary Age of Consequences; the critically acclaimed doc series produced by LeBron James Best Shot, and Ron Howard’s latest documentary currently in production. Regos is now completing a short environmental western documentary set in Almeria, Spain.
As a director, she’s brought to life documentaries in France, South Korea, Cape Verde, Saharan camps in Tindouf, Burkina Faso, and Haiti, such as her first two short documentaries, The Puppets Cemetery (2014) and Quand j’étais petit… (2016), which were selected and awarded in festivals in different parts of the world, and her first full length documentary, Rêve de Mousse (2018). She’s currently working on two new documentary projects, Laatash and All I Need Is A Ball, which are in postproduction.