The Jury of Foradcamp 2021, composed by Anna Santmarti, Margot Mecca and Jonathan Darch, awarded the Jury Prize for Best Documentary, endowed with €300, to “Polyfonatura” by Jon Vatne. «For the director’s research to transmit in audiovisual language the sound and the artistic experimentation of his protagonist. For his neatness in the use of image, sound, and edition. And for the pleasure for us as spectators of being able to share this experience”.
They have gave a Special Mention to “Les Antilopes” by Maxime Martinot: «For the freedom of the filmmaker to use different backgrounds and formats, which explore unconventional cinematographic paths».
INDOC Association has awarded the Distribution Prize to “Shadegan”, by Ako Salemi: “For transporting us to a reality where nature is a fundamental part of the life of the protagonist, and doing it in an observational style, filming reality as it is. We emphasize the beauty of the images and the rhythm of the editing». This award is sponsored by Festhome, and consists of one annual bonus for the international distribution of the selected short in Festhome platform.
The Special Mention of Granollers Cultural Association has been for “Riafn” by Hannes Lang: “for the outstanding photography, the sound work and the cinematographic tempo».
The Audience Award went to “Ulisses”, by Joan Bover Raurell.