This year is the fifth edition. Twenty-three students and/or graduates from a total of five Catalan universities are participating, divided into eight working teams linked to the following projects:


With the collaboration of the Central del Circ.

Participating projects: “Vermut a Venus” by Las Sistars & Marta Camuffi, with audio-visual production by Susanna Cortés (Tecnocampus), Alejandro Mora (Tecnocampus) and Anabel González (UB); and “Manchas”, from the company Papaya-Lorena Madurga, with audio-visual production by Alexandre Sanjuan (UAB), Sultan Tlegenov (UB) and Aina Cucurull (UB).


With the collaboration of the ESAD (Higher School of Dramatic Arts) of the Institut del Teatre.

Two artistic projects are taking part: “Para cuando es la vida” by Julieta Dentone, with audio-visual production by Marta Aguilar (UB), Anna Faustino (UB) and Eva Maestre (UB); and “Credo”, by Mònica Molins, with audio-visual production by Mario Manzano (Tecnocampus), Salvador Varón (UB) and Andrea Borràs (UB).


With the collaboration of the CSD (Conservatory of Dance) of the Institut del Teatre.

Taking part are the 2 finalists of the 2022 Institu del Teatre dance prize: “Meta” by Albert Bassas, with audio-visual production by Júlia Palacín (UB), Ferran García (Tecnocampus) and Anna Cantero (UB); and “The Week Side” by Marina Fueyo, with audio-visual production by Alex González (EMAV) and Paula San Martín (UPF).


With the collaboration of the Taller de Músics ESEM (Bachelor of Music).

Participating projects: “Ja ploraré deprés” by Sara Terraza, with audio-visual production by Mario Fernández (UPF), Gemma Fontanet (UB) and Luiza Noemí Bogya (UB); and “88-M” by Miranda Fernández, with audio-visual production by Anna Alonso (Tecnocampus), Ayla Fernández (UB) and Paula Morraja (UB).

Between the curtain and the screen: transference between drama and audiovisual language

The first Shakespeare in cinema dates back to 1899. Beyond filmed theatre, dramatic literature has always been a source of inspiration for the big screen. We are seeing how the boom in content and multimedia formats rethinks plots, characters and theatrical phenomena for the screen. We will talk about it with the playwright and screenwriter Guillem Clua, who is currently presenting Smiley, a production for Netflix of his play, which premiered years ago on the independent theatre scene in Barcelona. He will be in conversation with journalist and theatre critic Manuel Pérez i Muñoz, director of Entreacte magazine and contributor of El Periódico.

Guillem Clua

Guillem Clua

He is one of the most awarded and translated playwrights. His most recognized texts are "La piel en llamas", "Marburg", the two parts of "Smiley" and "Justícia", National Prize for Dramatic Literature, in addition to other comedies, adaptations of classics and musicals. He also has a long career as a teacher, stage director and screenwriter. He has recently adapted his own plays "La piel en llamas", "Invasión" and "Al damunt dels nostres cants" for cinema, and has turned "Smiley" into a series for Netflix. His latest films are "La niña de la comunión" and the adaptation for the big screen of "Los renglones torcidos de Dios".

Manuel Pérez i Muñoz

Manuel Pérez i Muñoz

He holds a Degree in Audiovisual Communication from the University of Valencia and a Master in Advanced Journalism from the Ramon Llull University. He made his debut as a cultural journalist in TeatreBCN magazine and continued in publications such as Hamlet, El Temps and Time Out Barcelona. He is currently the director of Entreacte magazine, as well as a critic for El Periódico de Catalunya. He coordinates the Street Arts Critic Award and he is co-author of the book of theatrical essays "El carrer és nostre".


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