Awards & Jury 2022

Awards XI ForadCamp 2022

The jury for this edition, composed by Cloe Masotta, Rubén Margalló and Federico Delpero, has awarded the Best Short Film Award (awarded the ForadCamp Rain Trophy and €300 in cash), for «Can Gardell», by Sílvia Subirós and Florencia Aliberti,for the projection of a critical gaze, full of irony, to a rural world presented as a neoliberal fetish.”

The jury has also awarded a special mention to «The day they blew up the mountain», by Alba Bresolí Aliberch, “for showing the capacity of cinema to preserve the vestiges of a reality in extinction. »

The Distribution Award, sponsored by Festhome and awarded by the INDOC Association, went to «Some Kind of intimacy» by Toby Bull, «for being an honest portrait in which the director, with minimal brushstrokes, depicts the relationship between human beings and nature, between life and death”.

The Special Mention granted by the Granollers Cultural Association, has been ‘ex aequo’ to the films: «Memory», by Nerea Barros and «The day that They blew up the mountain», by Alba Bresolí Aliberch. The mention has been granted in recognition of the work and good use of narration, photography and montage.

And, finally, the Audience Award has gone to «The day they blew up the mountain», by Alba Bresolí Aliberch.


Jury 2022

Cloe Masotta

She’s a teacher, film and contemporary art critic, curator and cultural mediator. She has a PhD in communication from the Universitat Pompeu Fabra, where she previously studied for a BA in humanities and audiovisual communication and an MA in contemporary film and audiovisual studies. She also has an MA in contemporary art theory and criticism from the Programa d’Estudis Independents at the MACBA. She recently published Exquisite Bodies. Identities and Desire in the Films of the Xcèntric Archive (2020) and Tendremos que encontrar un lugar donde encontrarnos (2020).

Rubén Margalló

He holds a degree in Communication Studies from the University Pompeu Fabra (UPF). His first work, “Family 068” (27´, 2007), made with Toni Edo, was accepted in several festivals. Master in Creative Documentary in the UPF, he he directed “Accidental Death of an Anarchist” in the collective film Prescribed 69/78 (2011, 90′). His first feature film, Still land (2013, 72′) was premiered at Cinéma du Réel Festival (Paris, 2013), and was also screened at Doc Buenos Aires and L’Alternativa. He currently combines his work as an assistant director in various fiction productions with the writing of new fiction projects of his own.

Federico Delpero

He has been involved in production and and post-production documentary films since 2010. He has worked with José Luis Guerin, Andrés Duque, Yrsa Roca Fannberg, Frederico Lobo, Tiago Hespanha, Nuria Giménez Lorang, Mònica Rovira, Aitziber Olaskoaga, Cristina Haneș, Þórunn Hafstað, Marta Saleta, Marta González and Alexandra García-Vilà, among many others. The films he has worked on had been screened in Locarno, Karlovy Vary, IDFA, Zinemaldi, Nordic Panorama, Art of the Real/Lincoln Center, Sundance, HotDocs, Visions du Réel, FIDMarseille, Cinema du Réel, Doc-Lisboa, Rotterdam IFF, Leipzig, etc. He holds degree in Laws and a master in Creative Documentary, and has participated at the EuroDoc International training program for Creative Documentary Production.