Madrid Film Festival (FCM-PNR)
The Madrid Film Festival (FCM-PNR) announces the winners of its 30th festival, which runs until 16 October.
An event organized by the Platform for New Filmmakers (PNR) dedicated to the development of Spanish cinema, which took place from September 29 to October 10, 2021 in person and continues online until October 16.
“All for cinema” is the slogan of the 30th Madrid Film Festival (FCM-PNR).
80 entries enter the official sections of the competition: Official Short Film Section, PNR Official Short Film Section, Official Feature Film Section, PNR Feature Film Section and Deaf Film Section.
Madrid, October 10, 2021 – The Madrid Film Festival (FCM-PNR), a qualifying competition for the Goya Awards, has announced the winners of its 30th edition. This was at the final gala at the Cineteca, which saw the presentation of various Estrellas de Madrid, the new award of the Madrid Film Festival.
The festival, which this year was held under the motto “All for cinema”, will end with personal screenings of the winning films on Sunday, October 10, at 19:30 at the Cineteca Sala Borau. The face-to-face events will continue with workshops on October 11, 14 and 19 at the EIMA School (October 11 Directing Master Class with Miguel Postigo, October 14 Directing and Directing Master Class with Diego Corsini and October 19 Master Class on Introduction to Musical Narrative with Enrique G. Requena). In addition, the festival continues to take place in its online window until October 16 through the website www.festivalcinemadrid.es.
The Palmares of the 30th Madrid Film Festival organized by the New Directors Platform is as follows:
SHORT FILMS AWARDS
BEST SHORT FILM: L’INTRUS by Oriola Rovira.
GOYA ACCESS SHORT FILM: XOVES DE COMADRES Noemi Chantada Puime.
GOYA ACCÉSIT DOCUMENTARY SHORT FILM: “Before I Die” by Iker Esteybarland.
BEST DIRECTOR awarded ACCION ex aequo: Carmen Córdoba González for “Roberto” and Manu Gomez for “Noor and Abir”.
BEST SCRIPT: Yolanda Centeno and Jesús Luque for IMPOSSIBLE TO FAREWELL.
BEST PHOTO: Iker Esteibarlanda (“Before I Die”).
BEST SOUND: Rodrigo Gil and Miguel Calvo “T-shirts” for TÓTEM LOBA.
BEST MUSIC: Rafael de la Rosa Vega and Juan Mendoza Portillo (“BETWEEN THE MONTE AND THE MARISMA”).
BEST INTERPRETATION: Alba Galocha at 26 .
BEST INSTALLATION AWARDED AMAE: exaequo Carmen Córdoba González for ROBERTO and Miguel A. Trudu for TOTEM OF THE LOBA.
BEST PNR SHORT FILM: WE VOTE Santiago Requejo.
BEST SHORT FILM FOR THE DEAF AWARDED ASM: “RESISTANCE” by Edgar Murillo.
BEST DIRECTOR. CIMA PRIZE: LOBA TOTEM by Veronica Echega.
BEST FEMALE FOCUS. CONOFEST Award: Estefania Ortiz Cortes for TOTS ELS DIES D´ESTIU SÒN TRISTOS.
BEST JURY SHORT FILM FOR CHILDREN: GOOD NIGHT by Emilio Gallego and Jesús Gallego.
AUDIENCE PRIZE : DEEP SORIA Pedro Estepa.
FEATURE MOVIE AWARDS
BEST FILM: “MARCOS Y VIDA” by Marcos Macarro.
BEST FILM BY CRITICS: CHILDREN OF GOD by Ekain Irigoyen.
BEST DIRECTOR Awarded for ACTION: Ekain Yrigoyen for CHILD OF GOD.
BEST PHOTO: Marcos Macarro for MARCOS Y VIDA.
BEST SOUND: Marcos Macarro for MARCOS Y VIDA.
BEST MUSIC: Emiliano Herrero Minguela and Pablo Gutierrez Calvo for MARCOS Y VIDA.
BEST PROMOTION: Javier Lea and Mariano López de la Isidra for CHILDREN OF GOD.
AMAE awards Best Editing: Daniel Melguiso for MI BROTHER.
NEBRIJA YOUNG JURY PRIZE: CHILDREN OF GOD, Ekain Yrigoyen.
PNR BEST FILM: TRAITORS by John Viara, Produced by Rafael Alvarez (PNR Partner).
AUDIENCE PRIZE: “MY BROTHER” by Daniel Melguiso.