ESCAC Talent nominated for the ALMA Awards
Yesterday the nominations for the ALMA Awards, the annual awards given out by the screenwriters’ union ALMA, were announced, and a total of five graduates of the school received nominations in the main categories:
- Best Dramatic Feature Screenplay: Master’s alumnus David Pérez Sañudo for Ane.
- Best Programme Script: graduate Luis Fabra for La Resistencia.
- Best Drama Series Script: graduates Claudia Costafreda and Ian de la Rosa for Veneno.
- Best Comedy Series Script: graduate Enric Pardo for Mira lo que has hecho.
Ane, ESCAC Master’s Degree in Film Direction alumni David Pérez Sañudo first film, has the ESCAC Master’s Degree in Production alumni Elena Maeso as a producer and graduate Lluís Murua as editor.
Veneno, Atresmedia’s original series, created, written and directed by Javier Calvo and Javier Ambrossi, has Claudia Costrafreda and Ian de la Rosa as co-writers, Gris Jordana and Andreu Adam Rubiralta as the series’ cinematographers, Alberto Gutiérrez as editor, Laia Casanovas in sound and many other graduates in the different departments.
Mira lo que has hecho, created by Berto Romero, it has among its ranks Enric Pardo as script coordinator; Javier Ruiz Caldera as director (seasons 2 and 3), Alberto de Toro (seasons 1, 2 and 3), Alberto Guitérrez and Oriol Pérez (seasons 1 and 2) in editing; Sergi Vilanova as director of photography (replacing Ricard Canyellas from season 1); Laura Díez as sound designer; Javier Rodero in the original music and Toni Carrizosa as executive producer, all of them graduates of the school. Mariona Mas, teacher at ESCAC, signs the costumes. In addition, the visual effects have been made by the ESCAC VFX Lab Pro, coordinated by Lluís Castells, supervised by Lio Estivill and with Albert Aynés in the production, all graduates.