26–10–2019

Winners | doclisboa’19

A journey around the world (of cinema) has come to an end. After screening more than 300 films in 10 days, over the city of Lisbon, Doclisboa is proud to announce the winners of its 17th edition.

 

 

Doclisboa’19 Award Winners

International Competition

JURY: Billy Woodberry, Carlos Almeida, Jérôme Bel, Juliano Gomes, Leonor Silveira, Mania Akbari

City of Lisbon Award for best International Competition film

SANTIKHIRI SONATA, Thunska Pansittivorakul (Thailand, Germany)

 

Portuguese Authors Society International Competition Jury Award

NE CROYEZ SURTOUT PAS QUE JE HURLE (JUST DON’T THINK I’LL SCREAM), Frank Beauvais (France)

 

Special Mention

UM FILME DE VERÃO (SUN INSIDE), Jo Serfaty (Brazil)

 

Portuguese Competition

JURY: Daniel Hui, Ghassan Salhab, Golgona Anghel

DocLisboa Award for best Portuguese Competition film

VIVEIRO (BREEDING GROUND), Pedro Filipe Marques (Portugal)

 

MCFLY SPF Portuguese Competition Jury Award 

CERRO DOS PIOS (BIRD’S NEST), Miguel de Jesus (Portugal)

 

Cross-Sectional Competition

NEW TALENT AND BEST SHORT FILM JURY: Aya Koretzky, Sofia Bohdanowicz, Veton Nurkollari

New Talent Award

TVCine Channels Award for best first feature-length film (over 60’) from a selection comprising all sections with the exception of the Retrospectives and Cinema of Urgency (3.500€ Includes the acquisition of the rights for Portugal)

SERPENTÁRIO (SERPENTARIUS), Carlos Conceição (Angola, Portugal)

 

Ageas Insurance Award for best short film (up to 40’) from a selection comprising all sections with the exception of the Retrospectives and Cinema of Urgency (1.000€)

The winner will be pre-nominated for the Academy Award for Best Documentary (Short Film). DocLisboa – International Film Festival was selected by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to prenominate candidates to the Oscars®, thus becoming the only Portuguese festival to take part in the network of Academy qualified festivals

TRIBUTE TO JUDAS (HOMENATGE A JUDES), Manel Raga Raga (Spain, Bosnia Herzegovina)

 

INATEL JURY: Cláudia Marques Santos, Filipe Reis, Rossana Torres

Practice, Tradition and Heritage Award – Inatel Foundation Award for best film dealing with cultural and tradition practices as well as intangible cultural heritage from a selection comprising all sections with the exception of the Retrospectives and Cinema of Urgency (1.500€)

O ÚLTIMO SONHO (THE LAST DREAM), Alberto Alvares (Brazil)

 

JURY: Alice Milheiro, Margarida Cardoso, Sofia Lopes Machaqueiro

Fernando Lopes Award

Midas Filmes and DocLisboa Award for Best Portuguese First Film

RIO TORTO, Mário Veloso (Portugal)

 

SCHOOLS JURY: André Amaral, Daniel Vilela, Frederica Costa, Íris Dórdio, Joana Carvalho

Schools Award – ETIC Award for best Portuguese Competition film 

TRÊS PERDIDOS FAZEM UM ENCONTRADO (LOST THREE MAKE ONE FOUND), Atsushi Kuwayama (Portugal, Japan, Belgium, Hungary)

 

Green Years Competition

JURY: Alexandra Dias Fortes, Katharina Tebroke, Sélina Boye, Silas Tiny

DFFB Award for Best Green Years Film

Participation grant for a workshop at DFFB, supported by school tutors, aiming at developing a project

DEN GENIALE EPOKE (A FAMILY TALE), Natalia Ciepiel (Switzerland)

 

Special MCFLY SPF Green Years Jury Award

(3000€ in technical services)

DOPLOVIT ĆE REX (THE REX WILL SAIL IN), Josip Lukić (Croatia)

 

Pedro Fortes Award for Best Green Years Portuguese Film

Participation grant for Doc’s Kingdom – International Seminar on Documentary Film

RIO TORTO, Mário Veloso (Portugal)

 

Special Mention

SIMULACRO (SIMULACRUM), Duarte Maltez (Portugal)

 

ARCHÉ

JURY: Chi-Hui Yang, Luana Melgaço, Matthijs Wouter Knol

RTP Award for best project in the post-production stage

O LUGAR MAIS SEGURO DO MUNDO (THE SAFEST PLACE IN THE WORLD), Aline Lata, Helena Wolfenson (Production: Krassivaya Filmes – Brazil)

 

NOVA / FCSH Award for best Arché workshops project

BABADO, Camila Freitas, João Vieira Torres (Production: Duas Mariola Filmes, Primeira Idade – Brazil, Portugal)

 

Special Mention

LA MEMORIA DE LAS MARIPOSAS (THE MEMORY OF BUTTERFLIES), Tatiana Fuentes Sadowski (Production: Isabel Madueño Medina, Miti Films,  Société Acéphale – Peru, France)

 

Arquipélago – Contemporary Art Center Award for best project in the writing stage

Two-week artistic residency at the Contemporary Art Center Arquipélago, Island of São Miguel, Azores

LA MEMORIA DE LAS MARIPOSAS (THE MEMORY OF BUTTERFLIES), Tatiana Fuentes Sadowski (Production: Isabel Madueño Medina, Miti Films,  Société Acéphale – Peru, France)

 

Audience Award – Público Newspaper Award for best Portuguese film. Comprising Competitions, New Visions, Heart Beat and From the Earth to the Moon

Zé Pedro Rock’n’Roll, Diogo Varela Silva (Portugal)

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