23 de April de 2016
“Primero enero” won the Argentine Competition. And “Inmortal”, a Spanish-Colombian co-production, won the Latin American Competition.
The full list of winners of official and non-official competitions was revealed this morning at Bafici’s headquarter, Centro Cultural Recoleta. The awards of the Argentine Competition were given as follows: Best Film to Primero enero, by Darío Mascambroni; Best Director to Melisa Liebenthal for Las lindas, and a Special Mention to Diego Marcone’s Raídos. In the Latin American Competition, the Spanish-Colombian co-production Inmortal, by Homer Etminani won Best Film; Argentine filmmaker María Aparicio won Best Director for Las calles, and there was a Special Mention for the Bolivian film La última navidad de Julius, by Edmundo Bejarano. Below is the full list of winners.
Avant-Garde and Genre Competition. Grand Prize: Stand by for Tape Back-up, by Ross Sutherland (United Kingdom). Best Feature Film: Bone Tomahawk, by S. Craig Zahler (United States). Best Short Film: Vintage Print, by Siegfried Fruhauf (Austria). Human Rights Competition. Best Film: A Maid for Each, by Maher Abi Samra (Lebanon). Special Mention: Ombre della será, by Valentina Esposito (Italy). Argentine Short Films Competition. First Prize: Los días felices, by Agostina Guala. Second Prize: El mes del amigo, by Florencia Percia. Third Prize: Error 404, by Mariana Wainstein. Special Mentions: Berlín, by Luciano Salerno; Un ejercicio para no olvidar, by Gabriel Bosisio.
Non-Official Competitions (parallel juries). SIGNIS Award: La larga noche de Francisco Sanctis, by Andrea Testa and Francisco Márquez (Argentina). Special Mention: Le Noveau, by Rudi Rosenberg (France). FEISAL (Federación de Escuelas de imagen y Sonido de América Latina) Award (shared): La larga noche de Francisco Sanctis, by Andrea Testa and Francisco Márquez, and Primero enero, by Darío Mascambroni. Asociación de Argentina de Autores de Fotografía Cinematográfica (ADF) Best Director of Photography Award: Olivier Vanaschen for Je me tue a le dire (Belgium- France). Asociación de Cronistas Cinematográficos Argentinos (ACCA) Award (shared): Raídos, by Diego Marcone (Argentina), and Solar, by Manuel Abramovich (Argentina). Sociedad Argentina de Editores Audiovisuales & Asociación Argentina de Editores Audiovisulaes (SAE EDA) Best Editor Award: Diego Marcone for Raídos (Argentina). FIPRESCI Award: La última navidad de Julius, by Edmundo Bejarano (Bolivia).
27 de April de 2016
Durante 11 días y en 27 sedes, la ciudad se vistió de cine con una notable respuesta del público.
24 de April de 2016
find here which are the surprise films that bafici programmed for today at village recoleta: there are tickets available for all screenings.
24 de April de 2016
enjoy a free three-part program at cc recoleta: shorts from the “hacelo corto” fest, wallace & gromit and michael jackson.View all news