Antaviana–Mentoring Projects Prize in l’Alternativa Professionals
The jury for the Antaviana Prize, made up of Maria Rosa Fusté, Mireia Aragonés and Bernat Aragonés, has awarded the Antaviana–Mentoring Projects Prize, funded by the postproduction and digital effects company Antaviana Films, to the project Trini, directed by Marta Romero Coll and produced by Distinto Films.
An original film that tells an engaging family story.
Kinolux–Mentoring Projects Prize in l’Alternativa Professionals
Enric Millet has awarded the Kinolux–Mentoring Projects Prize, funded by the professional film-lighting hire company Kinolux, to the project Tras la estrella, directed by Carlos Martínez Peñalver and produced by Omen.
A photographical approach to an experimental narrative that tells a realistic fictional story that gradually draw us in.
REC Primer Test–Mentoring Projects Prize in l’Alternativa Professionals
Non Finito–Mentoring Projects Prize in l’Alternativa Professionals
The winning project for the Non Finito–Mentoring Projects Prize, as chosen by the jury made up of Andrew Galletly, Silvia Masdeu and Alejandro Castillo—which will receive advice and assistance on sound design and final mix from Alejandro Castillo at Figtree Studios—is Ödland, directed by Otto Roca and produced by milpinton filmes.
An intriguing soundtrack to accompany inspired audiovisual creation.
Music Library & SFX–Mentoring Projects Prize in l’Alternativa Professionals
The jury made up of Peter Stephens and Víctor Coronado has decided to award the Music Library & SFX–Mentoring Projects Prize—which goes to the shortlisted project with the best sound and music—to Trini, directed by Marta Romero Coll and produced by Distinto Films.
Although this is a deeply personal story, many people will be able to identify with the different generations and shared emotions, and the music takes us to the heart of the characters' story.
ACCIÓ CURTS de DONES VISUALS Prize
The jury appointed by Dones Visuals, made up of Kathy Sey, Mariola Cortés and Pablo Menéndez, has awarded the Acció Curts de Dones Visuals Prize to the short film Millor la llengua, de Mar Pawlowsky Ferret (Spain).
This tender story portrays healthy sexualities and proves that other forms of masculinities exist.
ACCIÓ CURTS ALUZINE Prize
The jury appointed by Dones Visuals, made up of Kathy Sey, Mariola Cortés and Pablo Menéndez, has awarded the Acció Curts Aluzine Prize, funded by the professional film-lighting hire company Aluzine, to the short film Thank you, sista!, by Sílvia Sopale and Luz Ruciello (Spain).
In the words of Ava: 'We should use light to sculpt rather than to whiten.' This story challenges us to face up to how we see and judge the world through the racist structures that permeate us all.