RINGO MEDIA is a production company based in Barcelona. It was created in 2017 by Mireia Graell (Nominated to Goya and Gaudi Best Production Manager for SUMMER 1993). Its ambition is to develop projects with an honest look, paying special attention to stories of women. Among its titles we can find KIBERA SAUTI by Luis Lanchares (Thessaloniki 2018) MATRIA (Grand Jury Pize Sundance 2018) and 16 DE DECEMBRO by Álvaro Gago (Locarno 2019), BROKEN TALE by Miguel Gago (Shanghai 2020), PONTO FINAL by Miguel López Beraza (Grand Jury Prize Warsaw Film Festival 2022) or MATRIA (Berlinale Panorama 2023).
Ringo Media is an independent production company based in Barcelona created in early 2017 by Mireia Graell (nominated for Goya and Gaudí 2018 as Production Manager for Summer 1993 by Carla Simón). Mireia has been selected as an emerging European producer at Rotterdam Lab, Berlinale Talents, La Incubadora, EAVE or by Variety.
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Since its opening, Ringo Media bets on rising talents, both fiction and documentary. Amongst its projects we can find KIBERA SAUTI by Luis Lanchares (Thessaloniki Documentary Film Festival 2018), Alvaro Gago’s short films MATRIA (Grand Jury Prize Sundance 2018) and 16 DE DECEMBRO (Locarno Film Festival 2019) and his film debut MATRIA (Berlinale Panorama 2023), the short film BROKEN TALE by Miguel Gago (Shanghai 2020) or the short PONTO FINAL by by Goya winner Miguel López Beraza (Grand Jury Prize Warsaw Film Festival 2022).
The goal and ambition of Ringo Media is to develop audiovisual projects that bring a unique and honest look, paying special attention to stories of women. Following that path the company is now developing three feature films: THE FURY by Gemma Blasco (Two Industry Awards at FICG), LOW SEASON by Marta Font, and PORTO ALEGRE by Álvaro Gago. In addition, the production company is currently post-producing three projects: the feature documentaries PATARINOS by Zeltia Outeiriño and OLE MI COÑO by Patricia Franquesa and the feature film LA NIT NO FA VIGÍLIA by Clara Serrano and Gerard Simó.
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