JUDGES


Marseille Web Fest Founder

Bryan Thompson - Bilbao Web Fest

Patxi Urkijo - Bilbao Web Fest

Gorka Vazquez - Bilbao Web Fest

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JEAN MICHEL ALBERT

Jean Michel Albert is the founder and director of the first European Web Series Festival, The Marseille Web Fest.

He is also a Film Producer at Seenova and AA Entertaiment.

One of the greatest web series’ experts, as he has viewed over one thousand web series for the past years. Always passionate about meeting and supporting new creators.




BRYAN G. THOMPSON

He is the executive director of the Miami Web Fest and also a board member for Latino Web Fest. Studied law, but is truly devoted to independent filmmaking.

He is a director, actor and producer himself and has developped webseries, short films and his own feature film, ‘El Sueño’.

He will also select a series to be direct selection for Miami Web Fest 2016!




PATXI URKIJO

He has been a Cinema Teacher and Director at the UPV/EHU University for decades, specially teaching directing and filmmaking, inspiring and teaching various generations of the best directors of the Country.

His articles and countless books about classic cinema and especially western, laying the groundwork for cinematografic theory. He has directed five independent features and numerous short films, always trying to translate his own personal view.




GORKA VÁZQUEZ

He works on graphic design, cartoon animated tv shows and has directed various 3D animated features, music videos and band touring visuals for top bands in Spain.
He has worked for Warner Music, Baleuko, Last Tour International, and TRC Family Entertainment, among others.

Award winning creator, and Nominee for Best Animation Movie by the Spanish Arts & Science´s Film Academy at Goya Award´s event, 2013.




ANA MURUGARREN

She is a screenwritter, editor and director with large experience in the spanish audiovisual industry. She has the medal CCE for Best Editing in “Todo por la pasta”, the Award of Merit y Best Editing en el San Francisco Women Independet Festival for her miniseries “El precio de la libertad”.

She has an Iris Award of the TV Academy, nominated to best fiction for television In the Montecarlo Festival, and award for creativity for the documentary feature film “Esta no es la vida privada de Javier Krahe”, one of the pearls of the 60 edition of the San Sebastian Film Festival.





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