This year again we have a panel of internationally renowned judges in the field of film and cooperation.
Spanish film director, scriptwriter and actor. One of his works in 2010 was Pan Negro. Winner of the 25th edition of the Premios Goya in 2011, where he won 9 awards, one of them for Best Director. In July 2011, he won the National Cinematography Award.
Spanish film director and vice chairwoman of the Spanish Academy of Arts and Cinematographic Sciences.
José Luis Rebordinos
Director of the San Sebastian Film Festival since 2011 and has formed part of the Steering Committee for the past 15 years. Former Director of the San Sebastian Human Rights Film Festival and co-author of various books on Basque film makers.
Representative of the US film magazine Variety and consultant analyst at Boxoffice Consulting, a company specialised in feature film projects. Has worked in various Spanish media related to film and culture.
Ginés García Millán
Actor who combines theatre, film and television. Highlights of his work include “Isabel” for TVE, “Adolfo Suárez: Presidente” Antena 3, “La Señora” TVE, “Herederos” TVE, “Motivos Personales” T5 and “Periodistas” T5.
Press manager for the EFA (European Film Academy). Has worked in different sectors of theatre and communication.
Director of the We Are Water Foundation since its creation in 2010. Has developed his career in the world of marketing, business strategy and communication.
Program Officer of the Water, Sanitation & Hygiene Project of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Was also Energy Programme Manager at King County (Washington), focusing on resource recovery in the wastewater treatment sector.
Managing director of Water for People. Since 1987 he has worked in the sectors of water supply and sanitation in northern Kenya. Before his return to the US he worked for almost 20 years in Africa. In 2011 he won the Skoll Award for Social Entrepreneurship.
Carlos Jiménez Renjifo
Desk Officer at UNRIC (United Nations Regional Information Centre). He started working at the UN in New York in 1984 and has held his current position since 2004.