Ricardo Cavolo

Ricardo Cavolo is one of the most international Spanish artists. He has exhibited in galleries in London, Madrid, Montreal, Barcelona, Mexico City, Porto…
He has also worked on several advertising campaigns and for brands such as Gucci, Apple, Zara, Starbucks, Alexander McQueen, Bally, Nike… and on record covers and sleeves for music labels . As an illustrator he has published several books and a graphic novel with publishing houses such as Nobrow (UK & US), Lunwerg (Spain), Two Dollar Radio (US), Límina (Italy)…Ricardo has participated with his murals in festivals like Mural (Canada), Glastonbury Festival (UK), Label Valette (France), Cut Out Fest (Mexico) or MULAFEST (Spain), as well as working with Futbol Club Barcelona and has created murals for Urban Outfitters, Cirque du Soleil and YUL Project (Montreal’s airport) and many more cities as, London, Paris, Moscow, Hong Kong, Singapore, Madrid, Mexico City, Bordeaux, Bali…


BRBR is a film collective based in Madrid and London that broke out in the urban music video scene in 2014 with their boundary-pushing new formats and heightened cinematographic and artistic vision that felt completely novel and distinctive at the time. Today, BRBR has been recognised as one of the most promising European talents. They have been awarded up to 7 Cannes Lions in the last three years, and have been included in the prestigious list Saatchi&Saatchi New Creators Showcase. BRBR’s work has also been screened in festivals such as Young Directors Award, Ciclope, CdeC, El Ojo de Iberoamerica, Shots or Berlin Commercial.

BRBR’s body of work combines a delicate yet powerful aesthetic, with a solid and consistent narrative. Their vision hovers between an otherworldly and raw reality instilled with an oneiric touch. BRBR’s first feature film, La Mala Familia, premiered in Seville European Film Festival (World premiere) and International Film Festival Rotterdam (International Premiere). With a casting made up exclusively of non-professional actors, actually, the characters were casted to play themselves in their own story. The film is about a group of friends who have not been able to see each other for some time, and who take advantage of their friend Andrés’ prison leave to meet again. As the sun goes down, they will have to face a problem from the past that threatens to put them all in jail. It will be on Netflix Worldwide in the second half of 2023.

Presenting feature film La Mala Familia, and pitching our upcoming project, a fiction feature film portraying a graffiti and thieves gang in the early 2000s. Unlike LMF, it’s completely fiction, although written entirely from conversations with those who actually lived it. In parallel, we are looking for new projects to get involved in as producer

Mariona Terés

Mariona Terés has trained with masters such as Juan Codina, Lorena Bayonas, John Strasberg and Pablo Messiez.
She owes her popularity to playing an actress with the same name in Paquita Salas, the series by Javier Calvo and Javier Ambrossi. Paquita discovers her doing theatre and makes her her big bet. After achieving success, she decides to leave her manager behind.
After working in 11 episodes of the Ondas award-winning series, Mariona Terés has participated in series such as Acacias, 38, Centro médico, Cuerpo de élite and Terror y feria.
In cinema, she has been part of the cast of films such as Cuerpo de élite by Joaquín Mazón, Hacerse mayor y otras cosas by Clara Martínez-Lázaro and Miamor perdido by Emilio Martínez-Lázaro.
He has acted in the successful play La madre que me parió, a crazy comedy directed by Gabriel Olivares that has already been seen by more than 100,000 spectators.
She participated in Cuéntame cómo pasó and in 2020 she premiered Por H o por B, a series directed by Manuela Burló Moreno for HBO Spain.
She has been a contributor to Los felices 20 for Orange TV and is one of the protagonists of the acclaimed series Las de la última fila, a Netflix series directed by Daniel Sánchez Arévalo.

Lost Angeles

I was born and raised in the best times of Ibiza. I am the eldest of 6 sisters and brothers and I have been on the decks since I was 15 years old. I studied at the School of Arts and Crafts in Ibiza and later in Gottingen (Germany).
Currently I dedicate myself to the world of decoration and music (which is my passion) not only as a DJ, I have also written reviews and made magazines for Tomajazz and Mallorca Music Magazine, as well as collaborations on radio.
Music lover and movie buff since childhood. My relationship with cinema was born naturally. My parents liked it a lot, my mother, without going any further, collected movie programs or posters from her childhood, which they distributed throughout the towns and this collection is still preserved today.
My voracious curiosity, together with the fascination for the unknown and less accessible, made me delve from a very young age into less commercial music and cult cinema, two arts, in my opinion, inseparable. The paths of music have led me to visualize memorable tapes and vice versa, counting on my discography with magnificent soundtracks.
My childhood was very exciting spending many sleepless nights in the hallway at home, (hidden from my parents) watching forbidden movies, which perhaps I should not have seen at the time and which have been recorded in my brain <>, < <Jungfrukällan (The Spring of the Maiden)>> Ingmar Bergman 1960 <>
Alfred Hitchcock 1971 and even <> Jorge Grau 1974, <> Billy Wilder 1950 or my favorite<< Phantom of the Paradise>>
Brian De Palma 1974 Are among them.
My preferences since I was a child were mystery movies, psychological horror, film noir and science fiction, but what fascinates me most about the world of celluloid are the dark characters entangled in plots of abysmal depth.
I have the great fortune to belong to the Form

Lola Dueñas

Formentera Film fest godmother returns
1971, Madrid, Spain
After finishing secondary school and having made her desire to become an actress clear, she decided to study acting with José Luis Gómez at the Teatro de La Abadía.
She made her professional film debut in 1998, with director Salvador García Ruiz, in the film Mensaka, for which she won the Actors’ Union Best Debut Actress Award. Three films followed, all shot in 2000, Terca vida, Marta y alrededores and Las razones de mis amigos.
She worked with Pedro Almodóvar on four occasions-Hable con ella, Los abrazos rotos, Los amantes pasajeros, and Volver, a film for which she and her co-stars won the award for best female performance at the Cannes Film Festival-and with Alejandro Amenábar in Mar adentro, a film that won the Oscar for best foreign film and for which Lola received her first Goya Award for best female performance.
Her second Goya will come with the film Yo, también by Álvaro Pastor and Antonio Naharro. For this film, she also won the Silver Shell for Best Actress at the San Sebastian International Film Festival.
She has also participated in films such as Todo me pasa a mí, Piedras, Días de fútbol, Las chicas de la sexta planta, 10,000 noches en ninguna parte, Zama, and No sé decir adiós, a film for which she was again nominated for the Goya Awards in the 2017 edition.
Her most recent film works are Celia Rico’s Viaje al cuarto de una madre; David and Álex Pastor’s Bird Box; Víctor Iriarte’s Sobre todo de noche; and also Javi Calvo and Javi Ambrossi’s Movistar+ series, La Mesías.