Doclisboa 2021: The complete winners


(Translated from English by Google Gtranslate)

Doclisboa has announced the winners for its 25th edition, held physically from 21 – 31 October 2021.

International Competition

City of Lisbon Award for Best International Competition Film: 918 Nights (dir. Arantza Santesteban)
Canon International Competition Jury Award: The Safest Place in the World (dir. Aline Lata, Helena Wolfenson)
Honorable Mention: Public Library (dir. Clément Abbey)

Portuguese and Short Film Competitions

HBO Portugal Award for Best Portuguese Competition Film: Distopia (dir. Tiago Afonso)
Portuguese Authors Society Portuguese Competition Jury Award: Half a Light-Year (dir. Leonardo Mouramateus)
Schools Award: Distopia (dir. Tiago Afonso)

Cross-Sectional Competition

TVCine Channels Award for Best First Feature-Length Film (over 60’): You Are Ceausescu to Me (dir. Sebastian Mihăilescu)
Honorable Mention of the New Talent Award: The Spark (dir. Valeria Mazzucchi, Antoine Harari)
Volvo Award for Best Short Film (up to 40’): Gargaú (dir. Bruno Ribeiro)
Healthy Workplaces Film Award: Yoon (dir. Pedro Figueiredo Neto, Ricardo Falcão)
INATEL Foundation Award for Best Film Dealing with Cultural and Traditional Practices/Intangible Cultural Heritage: Nūhū Yãg Mū Yõg Hãm: This Land Is Our Land! (dir. Isael Maxakali, Sueli Maxakali, Carolina Canguçu, Roberto Romero)
Fernando Lopes Award: Sounds of Weariness (dir. Taymour Boulos)
Audience Award: Alcindo (dir. Miguel Dores)

Green Years Competition

ADU Award for Best Green Years Film: Late August (dir. Federico Cammarata, Filippo Foscarini)
Special Irmalucia Green Years Jury Award: In Spite of Ourselves (dir. Olatz Ovejero, Clara López, Aurora Báez and Sebastián Ramírez)
Pedro Fortes Award for Best Green Years Portuguese Film: Meia-Luz (dir. Maria Patrão)
Honorable Mention of the Pedro Fortes Award for Best Green Years Portuguese Film: Ours Is the Wasteland (dir. Mário Veloso)

Arché Awards

RTP Award for Best Project in the Editing or First Cut Stage: Under the Flags, the Sun (dir. Juan José Pereira)
McFly Award: Handycam (dir. Francisco Bouzas)
Selina Award for Best Project in the Development or Writing Stage: BEA VII (dir. Natalia Garayalde)
School of Arts, Universidade Católica Portuguesa Award: The Brazilwood Women (dir. Thais de Almeida Prado)
Special Mention: Orlando Furioso (dir. Rafael Ramirez)

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