What does "Coffee with..." mean? It is a private meeting with some of the speakers or celebrities participating at Mundos Digitales. At "Coffee with..." you will have the opportunity to get to know professionals of the industry more closely having a coffee with them. You can make questions, ask your doubts or even comment your ideas for a project in a much more informal and close way.

Mundos Digitales will organize several "Coffee with..." and 10 people will participate in each of them. All concerned must register to participate. Please bear in mind that you must have bought your Mundos Digitales ticket before been registered. You can only participate in a single "Coffee with...".

Take the opportunity to meet with some of the most outstanding professionals in the sector.

Laura Pedro
Laura Pedro
El Ranchito
Guillermo Arambulo
Guillermo Arambulo
Sony Pictures Animation
Julio del Río Hernández
Julio del Río Hernández
Jerome Denjean
Jerome Denjean
Blur Studio



• Own a ticket to Mundos Digitales.
• Do not have been accepted to be part of another "Coffee with..."


To participate you must fill in the registration form of the "Coffee with..." that want to be in.


Once your application is complete, the Organization of Mundos Digitales will check if you qualify and will send you an email to confirm your participation in the event. Please bear in mind that your registration at the "Coffee with..." will be completed just when you receive a confirmation email. Without this confirmation, you will not be accepted at the event.


Registrations will be confirmed by rigorous order of application among those who meet the requirements. Registration at the "Coffee with..." will close once the maximum number of entries has been reached.
Those who have made their application to participate, but have no place, may request participation in other "Coffee with...".


A few days before Mundos Digitales, those whose participation in "Coffee with..." is confirmed will receive an email confirming the time and venue of the meeting. "Coffee with..." will take place at some trendy coffee in A Coruña.

Laura Pedro, the first woman to win a Goya with the testicles of the most famous humourists in Spain, for the visual effects of Superlópez.

I am currently immersed in another project of a Spanish superhero. If there is a third, they pigeonhole me and give me a discount ticket for effects with superpowers.

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His approach to 3D came through the Master in Digital Creation and Communication at the University of A Coruña, after which he began his professional career at Bren Entertainment and later tried his luck at the video game company Eurocom, to return later to animation in the project Planet 51 of Ilion Animation Studios.

After this project, and from Australia, Guillermo participated in Guardians of the Ga'hoole and Happy Feet 2, until Pixar Canada called him and went to work in Vancouver. Pixar Canada unfortunately closed its doors in 2013 and it was a critical moment having to decide whether to return to Spain or continue abroad. He decided to continue his international career and after his time at MPC and ILM, since 2015 he works at Sony Pictures Animation

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Julio del Río Hernández began his animation career in Bilbao in 1997 as layout artist and 2D animator, and since that moment he has been working as animator and animation supervisor in several feature films, TV series, video games and TV commercials all over Europe.

He joined MPC in 2006 as animator for the film 10000 BC, and has worked on around a dozen films since then including Harry Potter and The Deadly Hallows part one and two, The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian, 47 Ronin, Clash of The Titans and Guardians of the Galaxy, as lead animator and animation supervisor.

He joined The Jungle Book team in October 2014 as one of the lead animators up until January 2016. After this he have been working in Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales.

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Jerome Denjean joined Blur Studio in 2003 as a Character Modeler and Lighter/Compositor, and worked his way up to Senior CG Supervisor for dozens of game cinematics, commercials, and film effects projects. Some of his most notable projects include the Warhammer Online and Halo 2: Anniversary edition game cinematics , as well as the opening credits for David Fincher’s The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.

Jerome became Head of CG in 2014, coordinating and mentoring Blur's large roster of supervisors and heads of departments, before taking on the role of Visual FX supervisor for David Fincher and Tim Miller's new animation series for Netflix, Love Death and Robots.

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