TERRITORY IN THE MOVE
TRANSIT by Chris Roche, England
For its ability to tell in an essential but profound way a child’s discovery of the adult world in a dramatic encounter full of glances.
VISICHKO ZA TEB by Toma Waszarow, Bulgaria
A cinematic story that is a leap in time, a present time populated with seemingly fantastic but deeply human characters.
UNA CAJA DE BOTONES by Maria Reyes Arias, Spain
For the delicacy and carefulness of the narration and the poetics of the visual narrative; a theme like poverty which is particularly difficult to deal with.
FIRST PRIZE EX – AEQUO
COCCULINELIDAE by Geraldine Frery, France
For its sophisticated style that emphasizes the attention to details, especially in the set; an
original scriptwriting and a meticulous and careful acting.
5 RECUERDOS by Oriana Alcaine e Alejandra Màrquez, Spain
For a glimpse that, while evoking with levity and lightness the real and imaginary path of
memory, leads us through stratification into a story in which everyone can recognize himself.
XIE ZI by Giuseppe Marco Albano, Italy
For its poetic story told with skilful shots that, through the excellent interpretation of the young protagonist, immerses us in one of the social drama of the new millennium.
UNERTHING THE PEN by Carol Salter, England
Because it shows that in the modern world the power of the "pen" is crucial and it can
denounce old and new problems in developing countries. Besides, it proves that this power
is held firmly by rich countries; a young African pastor, in fact, understands that in order to improve its welfare state he must get closer to the power of the pen, but he realizes that learning costs and he can’t afford it because he has no money. There is someone who prevents him from growing: the rich West.