Awards and Jury

AWARDS

  • TALENTS AWARD – 10.000 € for the best movie – TALENTS Section
  • MOVISTAR+ AWARD – TV rights acquisition by Movistar+ (12.000 €) – UN IMPULSO COLECTIVO Section
  • OPENECAM AWARD – Chance of using all the resources available at ECAM (sets, material, studios, technical equipment…), for the edition and/or post-production of the work of the awarded director – UN IMPULSO COLECTIVO Section
  • CRÍTICS AWARD – TALENTS Section
  • AUDIENCE AWARD
  • AUDIENCE AWARD YOUNG SPACE – YOUNG SPACE Section
  • AUDIENCE AWARD FOR THE BEST SHORT FILM – UN IMPULSO COLECTIVO Section

JURAT PREMI TALENTS

ANDREA STAVENHAGEN 

After her work in IMCINE and in Guadalajara Film Festival, she co-directed the Morelia Lab Workshop. She is currently Delegate for Latin America and Expert of the Europe-Latin America Co-Production Forum of the San Sebastian Film Festival, as well as coordinator of the professional initiatives of the Morelia Film Festival and programmer of the San Cristóbal de las Casas Film Festival, Mexico.

VANESA FERNÁNDEZ GUERRA

Director of ZINEBI-International Festival of Documentary Cinema and Short film of Bilbao. She is professor in Audio-visual Communication in the University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU). At present she is professor invited at the Master of Theory and Practice of the Creative Documentary of the UAB. She has participated in a lot of commissions of assessment of development and production of cinema projects and in experts’ panels and sessions of Pitching in several international festivals.

SERGI PÉREZ

Graduate in the ESCAC, Sergi Pérez made his debut with The El camí més llarg per tornar a casa, film that won several prizes (Gaudí Award for the best film and the Sant Jordi Award to the best first feature in 2015). He combines his cinematographic career with advertising, illustration, videoclips and his work as teacher at the ESCAC from 2006. At present he is preparing his second project, the film El Hombre sin talento.

JURAT UN IMPULSO COLECTIVO

MARÍA RUBÍN

Graduate in Sciences of the Information and Master in Business of Television at the New York University. She has directed the department of short films and TV shows like La Noche + Corta, Madonna: Pop & Clips, 3D Plus, Las mil y una galaxia, El sonido de la velocidad, Opina, vota y disfruta or La Palma rueda. She is currently responsible for Spanish cinema at Movistar +. 

SERRANA TORRES

Graduate in Cinematographic Studies in the Stockholm Filmskola (School of Cinema of Stockholm). She has always been linked to the arts and to the movie industry, working like film-maker, producer and screenwriter in Stockholm, Tanzania and Barcelona. She is co-fundader of Intropía Media, company specialised in creation and production of audio-visual content for different platforms.

GEMMA VIDAL

She has worked as production coordinator at Avalon, in charge of the feature films and TV series projects from its development to its exploitation. Previously, she worked in international sales, production and programming of festivals such as Alcine, Documenta Madrid, Cinema Jove, Interfilm Berlin and the Festival de Films de Femmes de Créteil. Her latest work as a producer is the short film Todas íbamos a ser reinas (2018), selected at the Montréal Film Festival, Seminci and Gijón, among others. She is currently in charge of the feature films development program La Incubadora of The Screen/ECAM.

JURAT DE LA CRÍTICA

VANESSA AGUDO

Graduate in Art History. In 2010 she started working at the magazine Lumière. Since 2011 she writes at the magazine Détour. She has participated in the writing of International Godard (Lumière, 2010) or Jeannette Muñoz. El paisaje como un mar (Lumière, 2017). At present she writes at Contrapicado.

JESÚS GONZÁLEZ

Graduate in Art History (UB). Editor of the radio show Banda Sonora and usual collaborator in Son al cine at Mataró Ràdio. He writes at Tribuna Maresme and Crazy Friday. He was jury memeber at FIPRESCI at the festivals of Motovun (Croatia) and Odessa (Ukraine). He has also been jury member at the Festival de Cinema Gay i Lèsbic de Barcelona.

ANA USLENGHI

Graduate in Audio-visual Communication at the UAB and Master in Cinema and Contemporary Audio-visual at the UPF. She has worked in the archive of the CCCB and at present she writes at SoFilm Spain and the magazine of the MK2 cinemas. She has written Transit, Visual404, Númerocero and she has published articles for the catalogue and the newspaper of Sitges – Festival Internacional de Cinema Fantàstic de Catalunya.