Meet the Jury of 2017: Pep Prieto

We want to help you to know better the members of our jury of this 36th edition of the Molins Horror Film Festival. We have asked each one the same 10 questions and we offer you today the answers of Pep Prieto.
 

10 questions for a jury:

 
Conoce al Jurado 2017: Pep Prieto
 

What is the first film you remember having watched in your life?

Disney’s version of The Jungle Book.
 

What is the best film ever?

It’s hard to say. But one of the first films that always come to my mind is Antonioni’s Blow up.
 

What is your favourite horror film?

I have the same problem as in the other question, but if I must say one, Richard Donner’s The Omen.
 

In your opinion, what is the best movie ending in the history of cinema?

The end of North by Northwest.
 

A movie soundtrack you will never forget?

Jerry Goldsmith’s music for Under Fire.
 

What do you think of remakes?

I think that they are very interesting, especially when they are able to give relevance to the original material as they introduce new narrative features. In my opinion, Let Me In is a good example.
 

What actor or actress would you bring back to life?

Cary Grant
 

Why should people attend to MolinsHorror?

Because they will have the chance to realise that horror manages greatly in describing the world we are living in.
 

How do you expect the experience of being a jury member in TerrorMolins?

It will be like being at home, I watch so many horror films that they become part of my everyday life. Moreover I’ll have the chance to discover new talents and their work. Real happiness!
 

What professional project are you devoted to right now?

I’m revising a comedy novel that combines zombies, journalists and politicians.

 
 

Pep Prieto, jurado del TerrorMolins 2017Pep Prieto: Nacido en Girona en 1976, actualmente trabaja y colabora tanto en la prensa escrita como en radio y en televisión. Escribe como articulista y crítico de cine y series en el Diari de Girona y en La Llança, además de colaborar con sus diferentes artículos en la revista Time Out. A nivel radiofónico podemos escucharlo en RAC 1 colaborando como crítico de cine y series y por si fuera poco también podemos disfrutar de sus profundos conocimientos del universo de las series en el programa Ártic de la cadena BTV. En su faceta de escritor es autor de las novelas La disfressa de l’indigent, Mala premsa, La teoria de l’imbècil, Els Llunàtics y del libro de cuentos Castells Humans.

Meet the Jury of 2017: Pep Prieto