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Aïda Camprubí

Aïda Camprubí

Her vocation was born with fanzines and punk. She is a screenwriter, music supervisor for films, and cultural critic in Rockdelux, Vogue, La Directa, and El Salto. She is part of El Bloque TV and hosts Boiler Room, collaborates on betevé and Radio 3. She co-directs the BAM Festival alongside L’Afluent.

Modera: Moderates: How to build an artistic identity through fashion.

Ana López Cobos

Ana López Cobos

She graduated in Translation and Interpretation and later in Psychology, a background that proved especially useful for her work as a costume designer: she has created costumes for La Llamada, Paquita Salas, Cardo, La Veneno, La Mesías, Veraneantes... Formed at Central Saint Martins.

Participates in: How to build an artistic identity through fashion.

Andrea Gumes

Andrea Gumes

Political scientist and cultural journalist. She participates in podcasts such as Tardeo, Ciberlocutorio, and Demasiadas Mujeres on Radio Primavera Sound, and also La Cullerada on Time Out. Additionally, she collaborates with Vogue, betevé, Catalunya Ràdio, Rockdelux, and 3Cat.

Moderates: Music and Fashion: an Influence in Both Directions.

Claudia Mallart

Claudia Mallart

Director of Fashion vs Words (CaixaForum+). She's completing the series Segundas Partes and the photography for the documentary The Western Archive, with Lolo & Sosaku. She holds a degree in Political Science and is a graduate of the Institut d’Estudis Fotogràfics. She was part of the camera team of Pelotas, Open Windows, Vida perfecta, or Requisitos para ser una persona normal.

Presentation and Q&A: Fashion vs Words on Thursday, the 21st, at 6:00 PM.

Gemma Mondéjar

Gemma Mondéjar

Bachelor's degree in Communication and Cultural Industries and founder of @secretosdevestuario, where she interviews designers and stylists from films, series, and music videos from productions from the 90s to the present day such as Patricia Field (Sex and the City), Marlene Stewart (Madonna), Debra McGuire (Friends), or Perry Meek (Lady Gaga).

Participates How to build an artistic identity through fashion.

Hannah Berryman

Hannah Berryman

Documentarian and director of Rockfield: The Studio on the Farm (featuring Robert Plant, Ozzy Osbourne, Oasis, and Coldplay), Miss World 1970, Princess Margaret: The Rebel Royal, and Coco Chanel: Unbottoned, the latter two premiered on the BBC.

Presentation and Q&A: Coco Chanel: Unbottoned on Saturday 23rd, at 6:30 PM.

Josep Abril

Josep Abril

Fashion designer graduated from EATM, with studies in Fine Arts at the University of Barcelona. Professor at ESDI, BAU, LCI, and costume designer for opera, theater, and dance. In 1996, he founded his own brand, which has received numerous awards. He is the creative director of Fashion vs Words and Fashion vs Music.

Presentation and Q&A: Fashion vs Words on Thursday, the 21st, at 6:00 PM. / Presentation and Q&A of Fashion vs Music on Thursday 21 at 7:15 PM.

Josep Pagà

Josep Pagà

Graduated in art and design from ESARDI, and in fashion from BAU, where he also pursues a Master's in Research and Experimentation in Design. This researcher, teacher, and pattern maker's doctoral thesis revolves around the relationship between clothing and codependency.

Moderates: The Lives We Wear: Injustices and Alternatives.

Juan Mata

Juan Mata

Since 2006, this Marbella filmmaker has created projects in film and television as a producer, editor, and director, alongside authors like Fernando Colomo and Manuel Martín Cuenca. At Moritz Feed Dog, he presents his first documentary feature as a director, Mi última condena, about the life of Ana de Pombo.

Presentation and Q&A: Mi Última Condena on Sunday 24th, at 8:15 PM.

Judith Talvi

Judith Talvi

Works in the SETEM Catalunya association as head of the Clean clothes campaign. She has previously worked on international cooperation projects in India, Senegal, Morocco, Cambodia and Lebanon as head of migration, economic promotion, labour rights and gender. She has a degree in Industrial Engineering from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia, in addition to having a postgraduate degree in international cooperation for development from CIDOB.

Participates in: The Lives We Wear: Injustices and Alternatives.

Marc Corominas

Marc Corominas

Trained in advertising, he has directed campaigns for Cupra, Audi, Pepsi, or Seat, among others. He has also directed music videos for Ferran Palau, Love Of Lesbian, or Raül Refree. His first foray into the documentary format comes with Fashion vs Music, a production of CaixaForum+.

Participates in: Music and Fashion: an Influence in Both Directions.

María Fernández

María Fernández

Head of campaigns of the Coordinator for Fair Trade and Ethical Finance. Master in Ecological Economics from Mälardalen University (Sweden) and Master in Globalization, Cooperation and Development from Mon3 (University of Barcelona). She has more than 12 years as coordinator of both awareness-raising and international cooperation projects, always working for fair trade and the inequalities of the current economic system.

Participates in: The Lives We Wear: Injustices and Alternatives.

Melissa ‘Eme’ Eidson

Melissa 'Eme' Eidson

Melissa 'Eme' Eidson For Eidson, the creative freedom of cinema must be linked to a social commitment. She has dedicated documentaries to the Tepito neighborhood, one of the most dangerous in Mexico City, or to the microfinances of Maya women in Chiapas. Her most recent and award-winning project denounces cultural appropriation in fashion.

Presentation and Q&A of Slow Fashion on Friday, March 22 at 5:45 PM.

Miriam Ponsa

Miriam Ponsa

Diploma in fashion design, specializing in design and knitting techniques. She produces her collections in local workshops following high standards of quality and sustainability. Values such as effort, teamwork, authenticity, and the recovery of artisanal techniques are part of her manifesto.

Participates in: The Lives We Wear: Injustices and Alternatives.

Nicolás Cevallos

Nicolás Cevallos

Social Creative Director at Folch & Gallery Studios. He defines himself as a fanatic of culture and fashion. His goal is to connect brands with the present. He currently teaches about zeitgeist and online communities in the Master Beyond Branding at Elisava.

Participates in: Music and Fashion: an Influence in Both Directions.

Olivier Nicklaus

Olivier Nicklaus

Director and screenwriter, author of documentaries such as The Red Carpet Issue, the series Fashion!, Warren Beatty, une obsession hollywoodienne, Vadim Mister Cool, Apocalypse Mode, or Azzedine Alaïa, all produced for the Arte channel and distributed internationally. For fifteen years, he wrote about music, film, and fashion in Les Inrockuptibles. In this 8th edition of Moritz Feed Dog, besides serving as artistic director of the festival, he presents two films about Versace and Boucheron.

Presentation & Q&A: Versace, Les Liens du Sang and Boucheron, Paris. In the Heart of French High Jewelry.

Pau Aulí

Pau Aulí

Costume designer, stylist, and art director in film, stage, and musical projects. He has collaborated with authors such as Carlos Marqués Marcet, Agustí Villaronga, Albert Serra, Bob Wilson, Radim Vizvary, Vero Cendoya, Sergi Belbel, Maria Arnal, Alizzz, or Rigoberta Bandini, among many others.

Participates in: Music and Fashion: an Influence in Both Directions.

Pierre Paul Puljiz

Pierre-Paul Puljiz

He signs the opening film of Moritz Feed Dog 2024, Tilda Swinton: Le Geste et le Genre. He has written, directed, and produced other documentaries about Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Jonas Mekas, Basquiat, José Val del Omar, or James Goldstein, among many others.

Presentation & Q&A: Tilda Swinton: Le Geste et le Genre on Wednesday 20th, at 8:30 PM.

Rocío Aguirre

Rocío Aguirre

Photographer. She began her career at the Chilean Estudio FE, one of the most important photography studios in Latin America. She has published her work in magazines such as i-D, Nylon, Vogue, Forbes, or Vice, and in art books like The Age of Collage (Gestalten, 2013). Her latest book is Rocío [2008-2022], which brings together intimate analog photographs as a personal diary and generational story.

Photographer of the Moritz Feed Dog 2024 campaign images.