INTERNATIONAL FEATURE FILM COMPETITION
International films that have not been released in Spain and run for longer than 45 minutes.
INTERNATIONAL SHORT FILM COMPETITION
International films that have not been released in Spain and run for a maximum of 45 minutes.
FUGAS INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION
International films with no limits on duration. This section is open to new aesthetic proposals, experimental and hybrid films, and works that challenge the audiovisual languages and genres.
NATIONAL FEATURE FILM COMPETITION
Films produced or coproduced in Spain, works by Spanish directors with a run for longer than 45 minutes.
NATIONAL SHORT FILM COMPETITION
Films produced or coproduced in Spain, works by Spanish directors and run for a maximum of 45 minutes.
Both feature-length and short documentaries in competition may also compete for the following prizes, which will be awarded in accordance with the highest score and the number of votes given by the audience after each film’s screening:
To an emerging filmmaking talent taking part in the National and Fugas and Short Film Competitions. The award will consist of consulting services from prestigious professionals for the development of the award-winning filmmaker's next documentary project. The jury will be made up of students in this year's Masters in Creative Documentary and Experimental Filmmaking at the TAI Arts University Center.
For Best Photography in the National Feature Film Competition. To be judged for coherent and innovative visual narrative. To be awarded €1,000. The jury is made up of the participants in Doculens, a three-year documentary filmmaking journey at the Lens School of Visual Arts. "
INSTITUTO DEL CINE MADRID AWARD
For Best Sound in the National Feature Film Competition, worth €1,000. The winner of this award will be decided by a Jury made up of 3 Professors from the Diploma Course in Sound for Film and TV, at the Madrid Film Institute.
For the release and on-demand theatrical distribution in Spain of a film participating in the National Feature Film Competition. The award will consist of a comprehensive consulting and guidance service, which will jointly define the film's distribution and communication strategy, the analysis and identification of the target audience and related communities, the optimal calendar for its execution, as well as its complementary non-theatrical distribution. The jury will be made up of Irene Visa, Raquel Tomás and Marc Prades, from Screenly's regular team.
The feature films competing in the National Section will be eligible for this award, which consists of consulting and support from the Filmin team for its premiere on the platform.
This award is meant to provide aide to projects in their final phase of editing and post-production, with collaboration from major companies in the audiovisual sector.