Did you know that the logo of Correos, Renfe, the PSOE, the flag and arms of the Community of Madrid, those of the Spain’s National Police, the peseta bank notes from 1979 to 1985, the emblems of Endesa, Repsol, La Cope, El Mundo and Antena 3 Radio, and the official posters of Spanish films like The South, The National Shotgun and Cría cuervos were designed by the same person José María Cruz Novillo redesigned the image of Spain while the country was undergoing a big transformation. But his work did not end there.
Andrea G. Bermejo studied Humanities and Journalism at the Universidad San Pablo CEU, and did a PhD in English and American Literature at the Complutense University of Madrid. She is editor-in-chief of the magazine Cinemanía and a contributor to the television programme Historia de mi cine (La 2). Miguel Larraya is a screenwriter and director. He has directed short films like Estocolmo (2008) and Para no dormir (2010), before making his long-feature debut in 2013 with Afterparty, which premiered at the Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival. His latest feature film, Todo el mundo lo sabe (2014), was awarded three Silver Biznagas in the Zonacine section of the Málaga Festival.
Tuesday 22: Broadway Cinemas, room 10, 10.15 pm
Wednesday 23: Broadway Cinemas, room 10, 5.15 pm