Ramon Térmens during the interview on El Punt Avui TV.

Redemption from evil

You've just released the film, The Evil that Men Do, shot in English.Yes, it's my first film in English. It happens at the border between Mexico and the US, we shot in Martorelles, a small village near...

Joan Sallent reading Frank Kermode's book, Shakespeare's Language.  J. L

Making sense of the Bard

Joan Sallent specialises in translating Shakespeare for Catalan productions of the famous playwright's work

Ferran Barenblit with Barney Griffiths on El Punt Avui TV. /

A place in the world of art

What's the story behind your surname?I was born in Buenos Aires, and moved here in 1977 when I was eight. When I was a teenager I translated my name into Catalan, one of the reasons was that when people...

Neil talking to writer Jordi Puntí on El Punt Avui Televisió /

Between form and plot

How does moving around a lot affect your work?When I change my horizons and my landscape is new, something new comes from it. I have writer friends who need to follow the same rules every day, but that...

Edwin Winkels during the interview on El Punt Avui TV.  ARCHIVE

A dream of flying high

You've just published a book, El último vuelo (Edicions B), the story a young flight attendant named Maribel Sastre, who died tragically in a plane accident back in 1958. But first, what's your own story?I'm...

Katherin Wermke with Barney Griffiths on El Punt Avui TV. /  ARCHIVE

Barcelona behind the lens

You are from Germany. How long have you been in Barcelona?I came in 2000, so for 16 years now.You are from northern Germany, but then you moved.I was born in a small village close to Otterberg and I moved...

Toni Bellido talking to Neil Stokes on El Punt Avui TV. /  ARCHIVE

'Tourists want a good time'

How did you become an official tour guide?I studied journalism and history and then went to work in an advertising agency. But I got fed up with going to an office, having a boss, having no control over...

Michael Terry during the interview on El Punt Avui TV.

From opera to English

You've been involved in EFL for 15 years now. What is your background?I am from Australia and I've lived in Barcelona for about 15 years. I moved here because my partner is from here and we had to decide...

Mont Plans talking to Neil Stokes on El Punt Avui TV. /  ARCHIVE

On the factory of feelings

How did you get into the acting business?I met some people from a company that was just starting called La Cubana. It is very well-known now but not when I started there. I was friends with one of the...

Laia Marull, during a moment from her new version of the monologue, La llista, which is on at the Espai Lliure theatre .  FELIPE MENA

'We should all be feminists'

Laia Marull returns to the theatre with a Catalan version of Jennifer Tremblay's play, The List, in which a woman struggles alone with her feelings of guilt