FIRST PRIZE | IBEROAMERICAN DANZANTE AWARD, of €5.000 (five thousand euros) and a trophy goes to the short film INEFABLE (Spain) by GERARD OMS, because of its technical and artistic coherence gets to imbue the public into the protagonist’s conflict and universe.
*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 LOS PÁJAROS VUELAN DE A DOS (Colombia) by JUAN FELIPE GRISALES, which shows in a simple way, through two teenagers, escaping from the stereotyped differences between men and women, the sum and commitment, opening a window of hope out of the hackneyed conflict that separates the two sexes.
ALBERTO SÁNCHEZ DEBUT IBEROAMERICAN DANZANTE AWARD, of €1.000 (one thousand euros) and a diploma, goes to the short film FORASTERA (Spain) by LUCÍA ALEÑAR, for telling us how previous generations mark the construction of our identity trough an aesthetic and a photography which connect with the spectator.
Special Mention to the short film O BARCO E O RIO (Brazil) by BERNANDO ALE ABINADER, due to the power of its cinematographic discourse at the same time testimonial and empathetic, which subtly narrates the passage of a caregiver woman from sacrifice to freedom.