Kike Barberá

Within his professional experience, his collaboration with Manuel Huerga and Andrés Hispano in BTV, between 1998 and 2000, stands out. During this period, he settled in Madrid and worked for Globomedia as a scriptwriter for the series Siete Vidas (2000-2003).

After 2003 he returned to Barcelona and collaborated with several film and TV production companies as scriptwriter: El Terrat (Homo Zapping), Fausto Producciones SL (A Ras de Suelo, subsidised by ICAA) and Arena Films (Fly to Forgiveness).

He collaborated with Doble Banda (Black Rock White Rose, co-produced by TV3, which he directed himself). He received acclaim as director and scriptwriter with Con el tiempo, which was selected in the festivals of Tübingen, Stuttgart and Frankfurt.

He gives classes on cinema and scriptwriting at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Escola de la Dona (dependent on the Catalan Women's Institute) and the Escuela Superior MK3. He collaborates with several publications, such as the La Vanguardia supplement "Culturas".

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