Felipe de la Cruz has written, directed and produced several short films. He has coordinated the «Grans clàssics» film forum in collaboration with the Mollet del Vallès City Council and is a course trainer in short film script and film language workshops. He also directs the Tirant del film radio programme for Ràdio Mollet.
Josep Roca holds a degree in Hispanic Philology from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona and a diploma in Public Administration Management from ESADE. He has worked as Coordinator of International Relations and Major International Sporting Events at Barcelona City Council and as a technical representative of the World Union of Olympic Cities. He was also part of the organization of the Barcelona'92 Olympic Games as Director of the Opening and Closing Ceremonies and the Medal Ceremonies and as Delegate Producer of the Official Film. He has also been a film producer at Barcelona Televisió.
Marie Ponsardin has combined her passion for film and travel in the organisation, since 2019, of the Festival Quais du départ. Since late 2019, she has been living in Barcelona, where she promotes adapted physical activity as a means of preventing weakness and disability and encourages a healthy lifestyle through practising sport outdoors.
Marta Figueras has been an audiovisual producer since 1996, when she worked on her first film, La moños, a project that was nominated for the Premios Goya for best new director and was selected for several international festivals. Some of her productions, such as Barcelona, antes de que el tiempo lo borre, Quinqui Stars and Game Over, have won awards at numerous festivals.
Natàlia Via-Dufresne is known for her performance in professional boat racing. She has participated in four Olympic Games, among which stands out her participation in the 1992 Barcelona Olympic Games, the first in which she took part, and where she won the silver medal in the sailing discipline. She is currently working on the America's Cup in water operations.