Marta Andreu

Marta Andreu 
Master Classes
Documentary Film Directing
Visiting Lecturer (2014-19)

Graduation Semester MDP
Project Advisor (2017-19)

Marta Andreu is a filmmaker, producer, and academic director of the Master in Creative Documentary, at Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona, since 2001. 

She gives regularly workshops on writing and directing documentaries in Madrid, Montevideo, Galicia, Mexico, Colombia, Peru, Buenos Aires, and Portugal. 

She coordinated the retrospective on Spanish documentaries for the Festival International Cinema du Réel, Centre Georges Pompidou, 2005. She co-created DocMontevideo, in which she manages the coordination of contents. She is a member of the Permanent Commission of the World Cinema Fund (Berlinale) and a programming consultant for the Swiss festival Visions du Réel. 

Since 2003 she collaborates with articles in various periodicals documentary magazines and collective books. Since 2006 she has participated as a jury member and has been a speaker at talks and conferences on documentary film at festivals like Documenta Madrid, Play-Doc in Tuy, Scopes in Cadiz, L'Alternativa in Barcelona.

In 2004 she founded Playtime, a documentary production company that has given rise to Distancias by Pilar Monsell (audience award in Festival dei Popoli), La terra habitada by Anna Sanmartí (Visions du Réel, Documenta Madrid festivals, Rotterdam Festival and Special jury award at Doclisboa), Morir de Día by Laia Manresa y Sergi Díes (Gijon Festival, BAFICI), and Cuchillo de Palo by Renate Costa (Berlinale, awards in BAFICI, Malaga Festival, Florence, Doclisboa, Cadiz). 

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