Heritales VIth Edition- Team 2024/25

The Heritales Film Festival on Cultural Heritage presents its VI edition, to be held between 2024 and 2025, on “The Role of Peace in Building Sustainable Communities”, with the support of the UNESCO Chair on Education for Global Peace Sustainability (ULisboa). Besides the main organisers and permanent team of the Heritales Film Festival, which operates in Portugal (directors: M. Zozaya, N. Schiavotiello; organizers: T. Sarantopoulos, F. Mendes), Heritales invites other members and comrades to spread the interest in cultural and natural heritage among more countries and interdisciplinary professionals. Thus, thanks to new collaborators and others with whom we have organised cultural and scientific activities since previous editions, it will have the following organising team.

Almudena Martín Pérez

Córdoba (Spain) / Évora (Portugal)

Graduated in Architecture from the E.T.S. of Architecture of the University of Seville (2009), graduate in Scenography from the E.S. of Dramatic Art of Cordoba (2013). She has an official M.A. in Live Performance Arts (USA) and a M.A. in Teaching (USA), and is currently studying for a M.A. in Architecture and Historic Heritage (USA – I.A.P.H.). She has taught in the Higher School of Dramatic Arts in the field of Scenography, F.P., Baccalaureate and E.S.O. in the field of Science, Technology and Drawing. Secretary of the Association for the Defence of the Industrial Heritage of Cordoba.

Currently a doctoral student, she is an integrated researcher member of CIDEHUS-UÉ. She is developing her thesis in the research line of Creative Reuse of Industrial Heritage (CIDEHUS-University of Évora | IUACC-University of Seville). She is interested in developing interdisciplinary projects that combine science, technology and art. She has developed, among other projects and competitions in the field of architecture and heritage (2005-2020). Scenography projects (2012-2018). Map of scenic resources in the city of Cordoba (2013). Collaboration in the project for the documentation of the industrial heritage of Cordoba (2021).

Vicenta Gisbert Caudeli

Madrid (Spain)

Doctor in Educational Sciences from the University of La Laguna in 2017, Graduate in oboe from the Royal Conservatory of Music of Madrid. Master in Neurosciences for Teachers. Director, coordinator and teacher of the Musinnova Musical Education Project (2013-2021), a pioneer project in early musical stimulation and experiential methodologies in Tenerife.

She is currently an Assistant Professor at the Autonomous University of Madrid (UAM) in the Interfaculty Department of Music of the Faculty of Teacher Training and Education. From 2020 to 2022 she has been Academic Coordinator of the University Master’s Degree in Musical Pedagogy, Coordinator of the Pedagogy area of the Music Degree and mentor at the International University of La Rioja (UNIR), where she began working in 2018.

She is a member of the Scientific Committee of the Ibero-American Journal of Education, Editorial Board of the journal Estudios Bandísticos, editorial board and reviewer of ARTSEDUCA, Electronic Journal of Education in the Arts; and Review of European Studies (Canada).

Rocío Royo

Madrid (Spain)

Cultural manager and graduate in law with different postgraduate degrees in the fields of cultural management, art and social intervention, accessibility and quality. Design and coordinate for various public and private institutions, from Espacio C, events, festivals and meetings where the public feels that it is the protagonist, generating close spaces of emotion and exchange of cultural, patrimonial and artistic thought, with deep respect towards creative processes and its impact on people. Its line of action is based on the analysis and respect of the environment with the commitment to contribute to society through sustainable, accessible and inclusive work.
She is organising the first edition of Dragons de Robledo, Festival of Art and Heritage Founded in 2018, endorsed within the European Year of Cultural Heritage, which is currently celebrated (2023 was its V edition). Founded in 2012, programs and manages the Corneta Association, a non-profit cultural association, Brunete, Madrid, Spain.

Roberta Caldas Schmoi

(Portugal/ Brasil/Germany)

Roberta Schmoi has a Master’s in World Heritage Studies from the Technical University of Brandenburg where she specializes in uncomfortable heritage interpretation. With a multi-potential career, she is a travel writer, and a photographer and works in a film tech with the mission of making cinema inclusive for everyone.


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