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Nacho Sánchez: "I like characters that are a bit strange."
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Karra Elejalde: “Many people thank me for adding fun and happiness to their lives.”
Isaki Lacuesta: “I always try to make poetic films, and poetry can encompass politics”
Kike Maíllo: "Some scams are based on the greed of the scammer"
Alberto Rodríguez: "I like making films that make people ask themselves questions"
Adrián Silvestre: “I believe in cinema that borders on political incorrectness and that makes you think.”
Laura Mañá: "In a comedy, the characters have to be very dramatic."
Maria Ripoll: "If you never contemplate death, you can’t truly enjoy life."
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Carla Simon: "The love of a family can heal many things"
Daniel Burman: "Yosi is a person who is always on a tightrope, out of his comfort zone"
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Patricia Lopez Arnaiz: "Little by little, the range of female characters is becoming broader, more complex and richer"
Gastón Duprat and Mariano Cohn: "We don't shoot our characters, they shoot each other"
David Casademunt: "I’ve learned more from movies than from school"
Miguel Ángel Muñoz: “In this life you have to do the things that make you happy”
Laia Manzanares: “I never wanted to be an actress, I wanted to be Uma Thurman in ‘Kill Bill’”
Agustí Villaronga: “As a director I’m curious, always looking for something different in every film”
Fernando León de Aranoa: “Bardem always endeavors to go that extra mile. Playing safe just doesn’t sit well with him”
Carolina Yuste: “We cannot abandon the fight to ensure women’s presence in the media and entertainment industry”
Paco Caballero: “It’s better to unleash what’s inside rather than keeping it to yourself”
Secun de la Rosa: "My success comes from being a stubborn survivor"
Bob Pop: “Some issues are better resolved in fiction. Without a doubt, I’d be disappointed with reality”
Fernando González Molina: “‘Paraíso’ is a roller coaster ride of thrills and fun entertainment”
Patricia Conde: "Humor is a defense mechanism, a way of looking at life"
Isak Férriz: “I’ve been bored with blockbusters for a while now. Superhero cinema is damaging to audiences"
Álvaro Cervantes: "I’m afraid that people will forget the collective experience of going to a theatre"
Lluís Quílez: "It's difficult to make an action movie when we shoot so many comedies here"
Juanma Bajo Ulloa: “Today the public themselves perform the work of censorship”
Lluís Danés: “The establishment has always acted like a freedom-sucking vampire”
Bruna Cusí: “I have to stop being so demanding of myself”
David Victori: “I’m fascinated by human nature and how we sustain our moral principles in the most extreme situations”
Brendemühl: "I prefer directors who put me in a place where I'm not comfortable"
Sergi López: “People don’t believe me when I say that I couldn’t care less about awards”
Elisabet Casanovas: “My 'Drama' character doesn't ask for permission or forgiveness”
Berto Romero: "The absence of humor is a sign of a decaying soul"
Koldo Serra: “We come from a cinema tradition with a very masculine outlook, and this has to change”
Ingrid García-Jonsson: “I have a ‘harder’ time doing comedy than drama”
Gracia Querejeta: “I made a movie about women that isn’t against men”
Raúl Arévalo: “The film industry should have its blockbusters as well as its odd-balls”
Carlos Cuevas: “Some people go lucky for popularity, but it beats me why”
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Elena Martín: "I don’t want to work for the elites"
Miki Esparbé: “Comedy gives me life”
Oristrell: “I progress satisfactorily and I am extremely curious”
David Verdaguer: “I get turned on by challenges”
Jonás Trueba: “Going to the cinema today is more revolutionary than ever before”
María Ripoll: “The best thing about directing is discovering new cultures”
Dani de la Orden: “My dream is to make an action and adventure movie”
Leticia Dolera: “Life’s a blend of grotesque, painful and absurd moments”
Luis San Narciso: “Being a casting director is like dreaming”
Neus Ballús :“All cinema is socially conscious; every film has an ideology”
Daniel Sánchez Arévalo: “My actors have to be good actors and good people”
Benito Zambrano: “The most important thing is avoid being boring or causing indifference”
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