The Jury of the 15th International Film Students Meeting, consisting of students from centres in Argentina, Belgium, France, Germany, Israel, Lithuania, Mexico, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Spain, and United Kingdom; chaired by the João Pedro Rodrigues has decided to grant the following awards:
The 2016 Panavision award goes to a flm with cheek. It has a strong take on human desire and uses the cinematic language in a surprising and precise way.
Étage X / Floor X by Francy Fabritz
DFFB Berlin Film Conservatory (Germany)
Special nominal mention:
Umpire by Leonardo van Dilj
LUCA School of Arts (Belgium)
The Panavision Award carrying a complete camera package including RED Epic camera and Primo standard lenses for four weeks of filming, or a voucher worth 10,000 for renting any kind of Panavision material, for the winning director.
The Orona Jury, consisting of students coming from the Universidad de Mondragon (Huhezi) and Escivi (Escuela de Cine y Video de Andoain). They will be coordinated by a teacher of the Universidad de Mondragon and there will be supported with the presence of Orona Fundazioas Developing Manager to grant the following award:
Orona Award to the most cutting - edge short film in the Meeting:
Moving away from the classical narrative and achieve a picture of its memories through an innovative treatment of the image, sound and time,
24º 51 Latitud Norte by Carlos Lenin Treviño
Centro Universitario de Estudios Cinematográficos CUEC - UNAM (México)
Special nominal mention:
A quien corresponda, by Valeria Fernández
Universidad del Cine (Argentina)
International Film School Meeting Award Jury
the moviemaker João Pedro Rodrigues, who will compete in Zabaltegi-Tabakalera with his latest work, O ornitólogo (The Ornithologist), will chair the jury of the XV International Film Students Meeting.
The International Film Students Meeting Awards targets the fostering and backing of future projects produced by young students interested in learning cinematographic language and technique. It also targets the supporting of the distribution and the internationalization of the selected short films.
A specific jury, consisting of one student from each of the schools selected to compete and chaired by a well-known figure from the movie world, will choose the winner of the The Panavision Award, carrying a complete camera package including RED Epic camera and Primo standard lenses for four weeks of filming, or a voucher worth 10,000 for renting any kind of Panavision material, for the winning director.
Moreover, a specific jury will give the Orona Award to the most cutting-edge short film of the Meeting, with an endowment of 5,000. This Jury will consist of students from Basque schools, coordinated by a professor from the Mondragon University, and chaired by the Orona Fundazioa's Development Director.