Lemohang Jeremiah Mosese
Since January 2017, he has been working at the Spanish Film Archive as Deputy Director and Director of Programming. As a journalist, he coordinated the film section of El Cultural (El Mundo) from 1999 to 2016 and was Editor-in-Chief of Cahiers du cinéma, Spain from 2007 to 2010, during the years of its foundation. He currently continues to write in the pages of El Cultural, on whose website he runs the blog Otras pantallas, and in the magazine Sofilm España.
As a teacher, he teaches Contemporary Film Aesthetics and Film Criticism at various universities and audiovisual academies: ECAM, UAV, UCM, Universitat Blanquerna, etc., and often gives Master Classes on Film Studies at cultural institutions. For three years he has been Artistic Director of the Film Department and Coordinator of the Film Masters at the Escuela Universitaria TAI (Madrid). He is currently a member of the Programming Committee of the German Film Festival of Madrid. He has also been part of the programming team of the Mapfre 4+1 Festival and DocumentaMadrid.
He is the author of the book In praise of the distance. Two views on a territory (Bren Entertainment, 2009), and has collaborated on several collective books, including The poets of cinema (Litoral, 2003), Spanish cinema for the new century, The Contemporary Perspective (Thessaloniki, 2007), Nouvelle Vague, The ways of modernity (Seminci, 2009), Fatih Akin. The wandering home (Gijón Festival, 2009), The Universe of Clint Eastwood (Notorious Ediciones, 2009) and The Measure of The Times. Spanish Short Films in The 2000s (ALCINE, 2010).
He has been on the official juries of numerous competitions in Spain and abroad, such as the Mar del Plata International Film Festival (Argentina), the Curtas Vila do Conde Festival (Portugal), the Cali International Film Festival (Colombia) and the Ljubljana International Film Festival (Slovenia), among many others.
Elvira Cámara López
Elvira Cámara López, president of the AECID/ACERCA jury, is accompanied by the jury members Mage Allegue and Esther Jodar (ACERCA Programme, AECID).
ELVIRA CÁMARA LÓPEZ has a degree in Law and Art History from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, having worked as a Court Attorney prior to her firm commitment to the world of art, the conservation and dissemination of heritage and museums. She also holds a Master’s degree in Museography and Exhibition Techniques.
She has been a member of the Faculty of Museum Curators since 2005. Her professional career has been developed in the Subdirectorate of Heritage Protection of the Ministry of Culture, in the Department of Drawings and Prints of the Museo Nacional del Prado and in the Department of Collections of the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía.
Her research activity has focused on issues related to heritage and ways of accessing museum collections, as well as on enhancing the visibility of the production of women artists.
During the period 2012/2015 she was director of the Miró Mallorca Museum in Palma de Mallorca, having curated several exhibitions on the work of contemporary artists and on the figure of Joan Miró.
She is currently Head of the Area of Cultural Activities at the Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation, AECID, dependent on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, with responsibility for the Area of Visual Arts and Film Library.
ANDRÉS VEGA MORENO
Andrés Vega Moreno has been the director of Andalesgai: Andalusia’s International LGBTI Film Festival since its tenth edition, after having held various technical and coordinating positions in the event, which was launched in 2005.
He holds a degree in Technical Engineering in Computer Science from the University of Huelva and combines his work as a professional trainer in the video games sector with the organisation of Andalesgai and its different cycles.
In addition, he has led workshops on the creation of LGBTI micro-films using timelapse and stop motion techniques, as well as the creation of audiovisual materials adapted to the new digital film formats. He defines himself as a short film enthusiast, a format that is very present in the festival he directs.
FCAT LAB Jury
After his studies of Cultural Management in Vienna, Birmingham and Chicago, Gabor GREINER worked as a journalist and film critic. In 2003, he moved to Brussels to take charge of the distribution support department of the MEDIA Program at the European Commission’s Film Fund. In 2009, Gabor became acquisitions executive at the international sales agent, The Match Factory. In August 2010, Gabor moved to Berlin to take over acquisitions of the French-German sales company, Films Boutique, winner of the Golden Bear in 2017 and 2020 and the Golden Lion in 2011 and 2016. Gabor is a member of the European Film Academy.