Raquel Toste has a degree in Art History and Information Sciences. She is a journalist specialized in Culture. She currently works at TV Canaria where she presents the space «Canarias es Cultura» every Thursday in the program «Buenos Días Canarias».
It has presented numerous cultural events such as the Periplo Festival in Puerto de la Cruz or “Ellas en su arte” meeting in Adeje, as well as social events such as the “Enciende las redes” forum or the Akelarre Festival in La Palma and book presentations such as “De un modo enigmático”, by Rafael-José Díaz.
She is a regular collaborator of Charlas de Cine and Aula de Cine of University of La Laguna. She recently recorded a report on the filming of the series «Las noche de Tefía».
Cristo Gil Díaz
Cristo Gil Díaz has a doctorate in Art History from the University of La Laguna (ULL). She has participated in several national and international conferences, as well as published various research articles, not only related to eroticism, gender or music, but also associated with terror within the artistic field and music.
She is a member of the Institute of Canarian Studies (attached to the CSIC), as well as the research teams of Urban Culture and Audiovisual Creation and Art, Fashion and Identity, both belonging to the ULL.
She is a member of the academic team of the magazine “Heresy and Beauty”, as well as a member of the advisory council of the magazine “Accadere. Magazine of Art History” of the ULL and coordinator of the Art section of Sui Generis Madrid.
She has worked as a teacher in university courses, as well as talks in institutes and in different associations and entities.
She also participates as a collaborator in colloquiums, moderating tables in Film Talks and in the Film Classroom of the ULL, the Calavera Island Fantastic Film Festival, as well as in Sui Generis Madrid, the Tenerife Noir Festival, recently for the I Research Conference , Communication and Management of Cultural Heritage carried out at TEA and organized by the CUCRA Research team (to which it belongs) and by the Academic Commission of the Master’s Degree in Theory and History of Art and Cultural Management of the ULL.
Likewise, she has carried out presentation work, such as that of Filmoteca Canaria’s film cycle “The reflex of vampire” or for the radio program “El Vagón Rojo”.
She is currently part of the work team that is carrying out the Inventory and Cataloging Project of the Artistic, Technological and Scientific Heritage of the University of La Laguna, organized by the Vice President for Culture.
She is also part of the Casa Palma Project, where she gives informative talks on the artistic, cinematographic, musical and theoretical fields in general.
Norberto Trujillo is an actor. Known, especially, for his participation in the two seasons of the successful series “Hierro”.
In the cinema, his appearances stand out in the films “Johan” (2021), by Santiago Tamagnone; “Until the wedding separates us” (2020), by Dani de la Orden; “Lazarus Project” (2017), by Mateo Gil; “Don´t Grow up” (2016), by Thierry Poiraud; “Montevideo, vidimo se!” (2014), by Dragan Bjelogrlic or “El Clan” (2012), by Jaime Falero. In 2021 he directed his first feature film: “Durante”.
In the theater he has participated in the works «Deceit» (2018-2020), by Oliver Escobar, «The Golden Age in 10 minutes» (2018), «Shakespeare in 10 minutes» (2017-2018) or «Tolouse and Fork ” (2015-2016). These last three co-directed with Isabel Klein.
Among the awards he has received, it is worth mentioning the two awards for best actor at the Galdar International Film Festival (2021 and 2015), the two awards for best actor at the Lanzarote Young Film Festival (2019 and 2018), the award to the best performer in Tenerife Noir (2017) or the special mention in the Festivalito de La Palma (2015).