Alberto Richart is a film critic and cultural editor. He studied the degree in Audiovisual Communication at the University of Valencia, the Master in Contemporary Cinema and Audiovisual Studies at the Pompeu Fabra University and the Film Criticism course at La Casa del Cine in Barcelona. During his professional career he has had the opportunity to work for the 20th Century Fox brand and be part of the Young Jury at festivals such as Americana and Sitges Festival. He collaborates with Mine Magazine, participates in the Ressaca de Clausura podcast and directs Moses Supposes, the first podcast in Spain on musical cinema.
Co-founder and Chief Editor of the online short film magazine www.cortosfera.es. He has directed the documentary shorts Joe K (2006), Doppelgänger (2009), both nominated for Goya, Al Pelae (2015) and Otra vida (2020). He is currently the Secretary of the Coordinator of the Spanish Short Film. He has also worked as a screenwriter, writing in several feature films, always co-signed and directed by Chema de la Peña. He is also a film teacher, especially in the field of documentaries, teaching classes at TAI, La Casa Encendida, Instituto del Cine, Escuela Lens, etc.
Jara Yáñez has been an editor and critic for the magazine Caimán Cuadernos de Cine since it was founded in 2007. She is also a professor of the ECAM’s Master of Film Criticism and a collaborator of the TVE program Historia de Nuestro Cine. Always committed to the teaching and dissemination of cinema in any educational stage, she has curated numerous educational projects. Her firm commitment to the gender perspective is reflected in her book Femenino plural, edited together with Andrea Morán, and in the coordination of the Encounters of women in cinema that have taken place in SEMINCI since 2017.