Raúl Monge is a film and advertising director from Alcorcón, Spain. He is also known for his conceptual art, design and storyboard work on films as Pan’s Labyrinth (2006), Hellboy II: The Golden Army (2008), Pacific Rim (2013), Automata (2014), Colossal (2016), Color Out of Space (2019) and The Vault (2021). He has worked as a filmmaker, poster designer and VFX art director for movies and commercials at User t38 since 2006. In 2019 he made his first short film “Hopes” with which he toured the world and won a Silver Méliès at the Nocturna Film Festival, among others awards. His poster design for Christos Nikos’s acclaimed film Apples (2020) won the Best Poster Design award at the 2021 Miami Film Festival. Monge’s second short film, “Suburbs Apology” (“Apología de Extrarradio”) will world premiere at the 2022 Miami Film Festival.


“The design is the past of the festival, the future and its international soul reflected in a daring and modern way. The act of going to the cinema, the experience itself and the physical space, is very important and I think it is a good time to give it relevance after having been these times so far apart.” – Raúl Monge.