journalist, writer, filmmaker (Palma de Mallorca, 1982)
Marga spent her childhood and adolescence in Palma. She moved to Barcelona in 1999, where she graduated in Journalism and attended an International Master's Degree in Scriptwriting (UAB).
After living for a while in Berlin and Bologna, she worked as a journalist in different media and she published a book: Soportando el paraíso (Lunwerg, 2011). Together with Xisco Martorell, she opened the production company Nuu Films in 2012. She also works as a film editor.
She has written and directed the shortfilm El síndrome del calcetín desparejado, the documentary film Un solitario baile con el miedo and several spots and music videos. Bittersweet Days, premiered in Spanish cinemas in 2017, is her first feature film. She was the President of the Balearic Islands Filmmakers' Association (ACIB) in 2015 and 2016.
Óscar Fernández Orengo
fotographer (San Sebastian, 1973)
Óscar moved to Barcelona with his family as a child, and he lives there now. Before taking an interest in photography, he studied cinema in Madrid. He later returned to Barcelona to study photography at the Institut d’Estudis Fotogràfics de Catalunya. Soon afterwards, he opened his first photographic studio, Ojo x Ojo, which was primarily devoted to advertising.
Attracted by a more personal and artistic photography, he began a series of projects related to the film world (A través de mis ojos, La escena cotidiana, the portraits for the book of interviews La piel y la máscara, by Lola Mayo...), and some of these have been exhibited in cities like Manila, Berlin, Santiago (Chile), and Buenos Aires.
His current projects include an exhibition of Philippine filmmakers called Ekscena and another about the making of several films.