Carles Caparrós i ObiolsDirector

Trained in advertising, theatre, music and photo essays, his documentaries cover various issues: the war in Kashmir, the sub-Saharan immigration in Europe, the conditions of mentally ill people in Africa, sustainable development and the history of Sephardic Jews expelled from Spain.

Some of his films were programmed in festivals all around the world: Spain, Italy, Germany, France, Czech Republic, Poland, Scotland, Turkey, Israel, Canada, the United States, Mexico, Argentina, Uruguay, Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, China and Taiwan.

Among the awards he was granted stand out the URTI Grand Prix for Author's Documentary (International Radio and Television Union), two Golden Globes at Hamburg's World Media Festival, Best Documentary Award in San Francisco and Ciudad Rodrigo, as well as two nominations for Europe's Best Documental (Prix Europa).

Alberto Pascual Rodríguez Producer

Alberto Pascual has been telling stories with image and sound for more than 30 years. He started his career at Cadena Ser and in 1988, he started his path as a freelance. He worked on various projects: the launching of the municipal TV channel ONDA JEREZ in Jerez de la Frontera, television series, corporate videos, advertising, documentaries, events, etc.

Since 1999, he is associate and executive producer of the Grupo Master Production.

About The Code: "I was hooked to the project as soon as I heard of it. I feel that nowadays, humanity is confronted with gigantic changes which affect us all. It is necessary to warn the decision makers that their choices can cause dreadful consequences for a large mass of people and for our planet. Impunity cannot be the answer: it is time for us to take our responsibility and implement an international legal framework to define cohabitation limits. I got to know Carles Caparrós through his documentary "Los Olvidados de los Olvidados" and I was captured by his approach of the story. Carles is a hunter as Miguel Delibes defines in his literature: he wanders around the wasteland, falls in love with what he sees, absorbs it and creates a story from his experience to deliver it to us afterward."

Laila Torrent Video editing

Graduated in 2002 in Video Editing and Post Production at ESCAC (Escuela Superior de Cine y Audiovisuales de Catalunya), Laila Torrent expanded her training attending various seminars at the EICTV of San Antonio de los Baños in Cuba. She developed her professional career in a multifaceted way in the technical world of scenic arts, audiovisual editing, and photography.

From 1996 to 2002, she worked in the props team of the National Theatre of Catalonia. From 2006 to 2009, she directed the props team in the Palau de las Arts Reina Sofía in Valencia. She collaborated with Fernando Pardo in the editing of Roma, directed by Adolfo Aristarain (2003) and she edited various short films. In 2004, she edited the full-length film Aislados, by David Marqués. In 2009, she went back to Barcelona and concentrated in audiovisual producing, specialising in documentary editing. Today, she works with various directors including Rudy Gnutti and Carles Caparrós i Obiols.

María Garzón Molina Producer

She is the founder and director of a communication agency called iMades. The agency is specialised in political and personal marketing, with a social vocation, dedicating a part of their work to pro bono causes. María Garzón is also leading the FIBGAR Foundation, where they implement projects defending Human Rights and Universal Jurisdiction in Spain, Colombia, Argentina, and Mexico.

Previously, she worked in the marketing department of CosmoCaixa Madrid (from "La Caixa" Foundation) as well as in the marketing department of On Picture, where she was in charge of promoting movies like "Mortadelo y Filemón: Misión Salvar la Tierra", "Redacted" by Brian de Palma and "Elegy" by Isabel Coixet. She was a producer for Grupo Zeta and she worked for various other communication companies.

Rafael de Santiago Director of Photography

He started as an intern in the camera department in 1985. After three years of training in film and advertising shooting, he started working as a camera assistant with 35mm formats and later on as a focus puller.

In 1994, he got hired as second operator in television fiction series and participated in various productions, as well as documentary projects, advertising and corporate videos, where he did the lighting.

Between 2002 and 2011, he was associate of the Grupo Master Production. Along with his friend Alberto Pascual, he made corporate videos and documentaries from concept to completion. Thanks to this experience, he now has a complete knowledge of the audiovisual industry.

Currently, he is a freelance director of photography and he works with various producers, using the latest digital film equipment to shoot video clips, ad spots, documentaries, etc.

About the film: "When Alberto Pascual asked me to collaborate on the project, I knew it was going to be something big. Not only for the chance to work on a film produced by Alberto Pascual – which is a guarantee to work in the best conditions - but also because the issue of the documentary transcends the documentary itself: Universal Jurisdiction is a tool to avoid impunity for crimes against humanity, as well as a defender of the victim's rights, reparation, and justice application."

María Prada Impact producer

Graduated in Advertising and Public Relations (UCM), María Prada has been working in Audiovisual Production since 2000. She collaborated in the production of TV programmes for La 2 de TVE, MTV and Hispan TV, in independent feature films, in documentaries for Documentos TV and Turespaña, as well as in the production of animated film projects. She also worked in co-productions of international full-length films with directors such as Steven Soderbergh and Jaume Collet-Serra.

She is founder and associate of Malic Production, where she joins her knowledge areas together: communication and impact, together with audiovisual producing.

Her goal beyond the screening of the audiovisual project is to help small and bigger stories to convert into realities, to reach the most places and sites possible and be part of the processes of social change.


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