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53 edition. 2005

15-24 September
(Festival competitivo no especializado. Categoría A de la FIAPF)

OFFICIAL AWARDS

NON OFICIAl Awards
  • ALTADIS-NEW DIRECTORS AWARD
    ODGROBADOGROBA (GRAVEHOPPING), directed by Jan Cvitkovic (Slovenia)

    a MENTION to:
    EL TAXISTA FUL directed by Jo Sol (Spain)

  • TCM-AUDIENDE AWARD to:
    HOLY LOLA” by Bertrand Tavernier

  • MERCEDES-BENZ YOUTH AWARD to:
    "AUPA ETXEBESTE!" by Asier Altuna and Telmo Esnal

  • HORIZONTES AWARD to:
    TORO NEGRO by Carlos Armella and Pedro González-Rubio (Mexico)

    special mentions to
    MONOBLOC
    by Luis Ortega

    special mentions to
    HOW THE GARCIA GIRLS SPENT THEIR SUMMER by Georgina Garcia Riedel

  • MONTBLANC AWARD FOR NEW SCREENWRITERS to:
    KANG YI-KWAN for the screenplay of SA-KWA (South Korea)

  • FILMS IN PROGRESS AWARD to:
    • THE TECHNICAL INDUSTRIES AWARD TO FILMS IN PROGRESS 8: EXA Studios, Molinare, Technicolor Entertainment Services Spain, Kodak (División de Cine Profesional), Titra Film and No Problem Sonido:
      É proibido proibir by Jorge Durán (Brazil)

    • Casa de América Aid to the Post-production of Latin American Films Award, carrying a cash prize of €9,000 goes to:
      El violín, by Francisco Vargas Quevedo (México)

    • CICAE Award, active commitment of the International Confederation of Arthouse Cinemas goes to:
      El violín, by Francisco Vargas Quevedo (México)

    • TVE Award to acquire broadcasting rights in Spain and Andorra goes to:
      El telón de azúcar, by Camila Guzmán Urzúa

    • SIGNIS Award (World Catholic Association for Communication):
      • Feature film award, carrying a cash prize of US$25,000 goes to each of the following films:
        • É prohibido prohibir, by Jorge Durán (Brazil)
        • El violín, by Francisco Vargas Quevedo (Mexico)
        • El borde del tiempo, by Jorge Rocca (Argentina)
      • Documentary award, carrying a cash prize of US$15,000 goes to:
        Bialet Masse, un siglo después, by Sergio Iglesias (Argentina)
      • Short Film award, carrying a cash prize of US$10.000 for:
        Veo veo, by Benjamín Ávila (Argentina)


Other Awards
  • FIPRESCI
    TIDELAND by Terry Gilliam

  • SIGNIS AWARDS
  • CICAE 2005
    Alex
    DIRECTOR: José Alcala

  • CÍRCULO DE ESCRITORES CINEMATOGRÁFICOS
    (Screenwriters’ Guild)
    JE NE SUIS PAS LÀ POUR ETRÊ AIMÉ
    , by Stéphane Brizé.

  • Guipuzcoan Blood-Donors’ Association corresponding to the Solidarity Award / Elkartasun Saria
    declare the award void in the 53rd edition

  • GEHITU
    MALAS TEMPORADAS, by Manuel Martín Cuenca

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