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CCCB - Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona (c/ Montalegre 5, Barcelona)


Open Talent

The Open Talent session on "Motiongraphics for Internet and Television", with members of the studio Cómodo Screen, will take place in the auditorium of the CCCB (Centro de Cultura Contemporánea de Barcelona) on Tuesday 29 September, 2015, at 7.00 pm. This lecture is part of the presentation ceremony of the end of course projects for the postgraduate course on Motion Graphics and Visual Effects at the UPC School.

Cómodo Screen is a creative studio based in Barcelona specializing in motion graphics, design and brand dissemination. It is one of Spain's leading companies in design and animation for television and Internet. Since its inception, in 2003, the company has created pieces for clients as varied as Canal + España, Cosmopolitan TV, Televisión de Cataluña, Sony Pictures Television, NBC Universal Global Networks España, Chello Multicanal, ONO, Publicis, Vinizius / Young & Rubicam, PVLOV, Bassat Ogilvy and McCann Erickson España.

These creative specialists in the art of screen have received several prestigious awards including the ADCE, Laus and Promax.


After the lecture, the students on the postgraduate course on Motiongraphics and Visual Effects at the UPC School will present 4 works in animation, design and motiongraphics that they have produced for Doctors Without Borders. This is a real commission to produce advertising capsules which the organization will use on its social media channels.

  • Doctors Without Borders Areas of Action

Authors: Alba Oliveras, Estel Aubert, Marta Montenegro

Description: This project consists of making a video using archive footage to raise awareness of the areas in which Doctors Without Borders works, explaining when each action takes place and what type of population it deals with.

  • Doctors Without Borders Finances

Authors: Cristina Clemente, Sara Celaya, Álvaro Sánchez

Description: This project consists of making a motion graphics video which explains how economic funds are used in Doctors Without Borders, where they come from and how they are managed.

  • Humanitarian Principles in Doctors Without Borders

Authors: David Borrell, Luis Castelló, Sergi Marcó

Description: This project consists of making a video using archive footage, which explains the principles that guide the work of Doctors Without Borders and which make it distinctive as a humanitarian organization.

  • Human Resources in Doctors Without Borders

Authors: Mireia Jou, Julia Posada, Juan Luis Vazquez

Description: This project involves producing a motion graphics video showing all the types of professional profiles that make up Doctors Without Borders teams.

This event is open and admission is free. To attend this event, please confirm your attendance using the form "I WILL ATTEND" you will find below. Places are limited.