Who are we?

We are a research, creation and content production team. We work on new perspectives in the field of narrative and design the best framework for each of our projects.

Tània Balló (Barcelona, 1977).

Writer, cultural manager, producer and cinema director. Studied at Centre d’Estudis Cinematogràfics de Catalunya (CECC) and completed a postgraduate course of Documentary, Research and Development at University of New York. Her first projects were two collaborative works, 200 Km. (2003), presented at Donostia Zinemaldia International Film Festival, and Entre el dictador y yo (2005), a film where different directors born after the death of Franco think about lost memory. She also produces the Argentinean film Infancia clandestina (2013), by Benjamín Ávila, film premiered in Cannes.

Afterwards, takes the direction of the transmedia project Las Sinsombrero in co-production with TVE and with the participation of AC/E. The project has achieved a great social and cultural impact. In 2016, published her first book, “Las Sinsombrero, sin ellas la historia no está completa”, achieving a great success of sales. In 2017 edits, with Gonzalo Berger, her second book “Querido Diario: hoy ha empezado la Guerra”.

Gonzalo Berger (Barcelona, 1977).

Historian and university lecturer at Tecnocampus UPF. PhD in History from University of Barcelona. Expert in Spanish Civil War (1936-1939) and anti-fascist militias. He has published several articles and research papers. Nowadays he is associated with different research projects and he is also part of SIDBRINT project, an historical memory project about the International Brigades of the UB. He has a long experience in cultural management linked to exhibition, production, museum management and cultural facilities.

Natàlia Morales (Lleida, 1991).

Degree in Media and Interactive Communication at Universitat Pompeu Fabra. Interaction designer and director of the interactive documentary Gálibo, degree final project. She has participated in the creation of the Webdoc’s Radiography in Catalonia, promoted by Carles Sora. In 2015, co-directed Soleá, els néts dels altres catalans, documentary awarded in the University Section of The Sitges Internationa Film Festival (2015) and also in the DOC-U (2016) of DOCS Barcelona.