Antonio Saura (Spain) comes from a distinguished family of filmmakers and artists and has developed a career in audiovisual production, training and writing. He has worked as both producer and executive producer for Zebra and La Fiera Corrupia two companies which he runs; and also as an executive for some of Spain's leading production companies, on such films as El Dia De La Bestia by Alex de la Iglesia and Ay Carmela! by Carlos Saura. Since 2000, he has produced Antonio Hernandez's Goya-winning City On No Limits and Hidden, Carlos Saura's Salome and Fados, and Jose Luis Lopez-Linares' The Chicken, The Fish and the King Crab. Saura founded and directed the prestigious Media Business School. He is a member of the European and the Spanish Film Academy and was director of the Experts Committee of the Medea Programme of the European Union.