The You Can Too Project is a magical documentary because everyone involved has made it magical because of their generosity and enthusiasm. Everybody has given their time and hard work freely and given what they can and more. They have given their professionalism, experience, time and energy and worked alongside other professionals, friends, collaborators to ensure that it is a success. It is a “home-made” documentary and its making has been a celebration between friends who have brought what they can to it – the wine, the salad, the main course and the dessert!
To go into all the details about what everyone has done would be another documentary or a “Making Of Special” but despite us believing that the world is not a good place to be there really are people who are generous, idealistic, committed and willing to try and improve things in the name of LOVE.
You Can Too is a documentary that teaches that everybody that we all can do something, however small, to help improve our world and that education is the basis for moving from selfishness to empathy.
This is the first trailer of the project in Agora Sant Cugat International School.
This is the longer documentary teaser with images from Kenya, Acnur, Cáritas etc.
Producer since 1992 for Mallerich Films and Alicorn Films and has produced Caracremada, El viaje vertical and F de Fontcuberta.
Original idea and director
Journalist and writer and has written several novels e.g. Tu sexo es mi perfume, Feliz nuevo día and Cita a dos; children’s stories and film and TV scripts.
Produced the part of the documentary in schools
Publicity, film and video clip directorDVA, Crisis and Ça s’est passé à Paris.
Produced the presentation part of the documentary
Film and TV director and script writer e.g. Todos los hombres sois iguales , Reinas y Dieta mediterrànea.
Produced the video clip in the documentary
Worked in publicity, TV and video clips for Miguel Bosé, Marta Sánchez, Mecano and Jarabe de Palo.
Produced the story part of the documentary
Worked on TV programmes e.g. OT, Tu cara me suena, Mira quién baila y Tú sí que vales.
Filmed the scenes in Kenya for the documentary
Founder of the NGO Bamba Project. Degree in psychology and BFA in Motion Pictures and TV from the Sant Francisco Art Academy. Worked on the production of films and TV series and documentary scripts and productions.
Producer and Sound Assistant
Combines production management (in films such as Crisis, ¿qué crisis?) with acting, public relations for different events, radio and story illustrator.
2nd unit camera
Producer in Aureal Films, programme coordinator and production director for Etiquetats and Visto lo visto.
Degree in Audiovisual Communication and worked as the news producer for Mediaset España and different short films and feature films Crisis, ¿Qué crisis?
JUANJO SÁNCHEZ GÓMEZ
Councillor in Gestmusic Endemol, S.A.U. and in programmes such as Tu cara me suena, El número uno , Tú si que vales o Uno de los nuestros.
Post production and special effects
Photographer with a wide experience in 3D production.
Sound and 2nd unit camera
OTHER PEOPLE WHO HAVE COLLABORATED IN THE DOCUMENTARY
Well known Catalan actress in TV, film and theatre with national and international awards. Was President of the Arts and Cinema Academy.
Experienced television actor (TV3, Polonia, Pecats Capitals, El cor de la ciutat y Persones humanes…)
Adult Further Education Coordinator in the El Timbal Drama and Creative Arts Centre (Formació i Creació Escènica El Timbal).
Dramatic art professor and actor; has worked with several directors such as Joaquim Oristrell, Judith Colell, Pau Freixas, Sònia Sánchez and Silvia Quer.
Famous for his interpretation in TV3’s Homo APM?; TV3 presenter for news and sports programmes and currently combines publicity with acting.
Production design assistant (art).
JORDI VIDAL FRANCH
Recording records and concerts for Raimon. Head of Sound for television a number of films. In 2003 created Estudis Laietana.
Video clip producer and assistant director.
Specialised technical engineer in Audio and Sound Systems. Set up concerts, conferences, spots, documentaries, TV movies, TV series and dubbing. Currently working on own project Lastcrit.
JOAN CARLES CAPDEVILA
Musician/Audiovisual and teaching
Degree in Modern Music and Jazz from ESMUC. Working in publicity, dubbing and teaching in the field of Theatrical Musicals. Collaborated with music Ketama, Paulina Rubio, Moncho, Peret and Marcos Llunas, made film recordings with Disney and Warner Bros and TV programmes with Gestmusic Endemol and participated in choirs and operas.
Studies in sociology and psychology from ISPA in Barcelona, as well as social education courses. Communication Coordinator for Zeleste and organiser of the Canet Rock Festivals. Musical show producer and song writer for shows such as Timbals a la nit.
Musical Studies in Kenilworth Grammar School, Warwickshire Youth Orchestra and Bristol University. Music composer for TV3, Antena3 and TVE programmes, publicity and cinema and theatrical musicals.
Professional guitarist and accompanied many international singers and artists e.g. Alejandro Sanz, Miguel Bosé, David Bisbal, Joan Manuel Serrat, Joaquin Sabina, Ana Torroja and Sergio Dalma. Composer and producer and worked on more than 2,000 CDs and has more than 25 years experience in music.
Musician and Singer
Vocalist in programmes for TV3, Canal 9, TVE La 1 and Antena 3 TV as well as in theatrical musicals in Notre Dame in Paris, Gaudí the Musical, Bagdag Cafe, Timbals a la nit, Grease etc. Is a member of the Horror Box Team and has collaborated with Mónica Naranjo, Antonio Orozco and Il Divo, as well as Operación Triunfo, Número una or Tu cara me suena and in different BSOs.
Born and grew up in the United Kingdom, qualified in teaching and has taught in different international schools in Catalunya. She is currently a Coordinator and teacher in Agora Sant Cugat International School.
Law student at the UPF with a lot of experience in voluntary work. Participated in the Iberian Model United Nations (Lisbon) and the Global Young Leaders Conference in Washington and New York.