Alba Lombardía


Oviedo, 1983.
Film writer and producer.
Since 2009, she has been involved in film projects  with a strong documentary basis. Thus, for French and international co-productions. Archive and field research usually take an important place.
It all started doing field research as an AD, looking for characters and scouting locations for television-shaped documentaries. The field work appeared to be closely linked to the archival research, they nourished each other. So, she became a visual researcher too. Today she works as a writer and consultant for non-fiction films, beyond formats.
Some highlights on her CV are: Clémence et Ferdinand, Roger Grenier and Les jardins font la ville (all three by Florence Mauro), Slavery routes (Daniel Cattier, Fanny Glissant et Juan Gélas), The Nansen Passport (Valentine Varela),  Les enfants perdus, une histoire de la jeunesse délinquante (Valérie Manns), CinéKino series (Laurent Heynemann), web series Check-in (Andrés Jarach) and Gymnastique (Arte), Restituer (Nora Phillipe) or  Spoleto 60 ans (Benoît Jacquot et Gérard Caillat).  She has also worked as a member of the production crews of Hélène Berr (Jérôme Prieur), Les Roms, des citoyens comme les autres (Samuel Lajus), Shoah, les oubliés de l’Histoire (Véronique Lagoarde-Ségot) and Le ciel du centaure (Hugo Santiago).

alba@escarlataestudio.com


Pablo Gil Rituerto

Madrid, 1983.
He is a director and editor. As an editor, he has worked on feature length films such as Mercado de futuros by Mercedes Álvarez (Nouveaux Regards Prize at Festival de Nyon, Jury Prize at BAFICI), La dama de Corinto (Esteban Vicente Contemporary Art Museum) and Recuerdos de una mañana by José Luis Guerín, El foso by Ricardo Íscar, Costa da Morte (Best New Director Cineasti del Presente Locarno Film Festival 2013) & Red moon tide ( Berlinale Forum 2020)  tide by Lois Patiño , El Rayo by Fran Araujo (San Sebastián International Film Festival 2013), El mar nos mira de lejos by Manuel Muñoz (Berlinale Forum 2017), Bajo escucha: el acusado by Isaki Lacuesta and Idrissa, crónica de una muerte cualquiera by Xavier Artigas. As a visual artist, he has participated on the exhibition Europa futuro anterior at Tabakalera Donosti with his work “Del Abrazo” as well as on Imágenes through the Centro Huarte. In 2017 he published the photo book “Jaque”, which was selected amongst the best photography books at Festival PHOTOESPAÑA and has been included to the catalogue of the libraries of MNCARS, MACBA and MOMA.

pablo@escarlataestudio.com