FIRST PRIZE | IBEROAMERICAN DANZANTE AWARD, of €5.000 (five thousand euros) and a trophy goes to the short film NI OBLIT NI PERDÓ (Spain) by JORDI BOQUET CLARAMUNT, both for highlighting a story that continues to be a current affair and for its capability of moving us and generating debate.
*Directly classified to the pre-selection of the next Hollywood Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Short Film Award.
‘CACHO PALLERO’ IBEROAMERICAN DANZANTE AWARD of €2.000 (two thousand euros) and a diploma, goes to the short film CARMEN (Colombia) by RAÚL GUTIÉRREZ, for the mastery of cinematographic technique at the service of a story in which violence is terribly mundane.
ALBERTO SÁNCHEZ DEBUT IBEROAMERICAN DANZANTE AWARD, of €1.000 (one thousand euros) and a diploma, goes to the short film AMANHÁ (Brazil), by ALINE FLORES and ALEXANDRE CRISTÓFARO, for its elaborate dialogue that helps us build a story full of drama using a more humorous point of view. The photography and the good use of frame manage to get the most out of the space in which it occurs. This short film helps us to value, not only tomorrow, but also the present.