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International
Documentary
Film Festival
of Navarra
14-19.03.22
Pamplona
Iruña
International
Documentary
Film Festival
of Navarra

14-19.03.22
Pamplona
Iruña
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THE FESTIVAL
PRIZES
Prizes
15th EDITION. 2021
  • Punto de Vista Grand Prize for Best Film
    The Works and Days (of Tayoko Shiojiri in the Shiotani Basin), by C.W. Winter & Anders Endström. 2020. USA, Sweden, Japan, United Kingdom. 480’.
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  • Special Jury Commendation (in the category of Best Film)
    Bicentenario, by Pablo Álvarez Mesa. 2020. Canada, Colombia. 43’
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  • Jean Vigo prize for Best Director
    Surviving You, Always, by Morgan Quaintance. 2020. United Kingdom. 18’
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  • Prize for Best Short
    Amaryllis – a study, by Jayne Parker. 2020. United Kingdom. 7’
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  • Special Jury Commendation (in the category of Best Short)
    Signal 8, by Simon Liu. 2019. Hong Kong, USA 14’
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  • Audience's Special Prize for Best Film
    In Ictu Oculi (begiak hesteko artean), by Jorge Moneo Quintana. 2020. Spain. 15’
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  • Youth Prize for best Film
    This Day Won't Last, by Mouaad el Salem. 2020. Tunisia, Belgika. 26’
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14th EDITION. 2020
  • Punto de Vista First Prize ex aequo
    Un film dramatique, by Eric Baudelaire. 2019. France. 114’.
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    Apiyemiyekî, by Ana Vaz. 2019. Brazil, France, Portugal, Netherlands. 28’
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  • Prize for the Best Director Jean Vigo
    Once Removed, by Lawrence Abu Hamdan. 2019. Liban. 29’
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  • Prize for the Best Short Film
    Now, at last!, by Ben Rivers. 2019. Brazil, United Kingdom. 39’
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  • Jury's Special mention
    Queen, by Kathryn Elkin. 2019. United Kingdom. 13’
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    Aquí y allá, by Melisa Liebenthal. 2020. Argentina, Francia. 21’.
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  • The Audience’s Special Prize for best Film
    Overseas, by Sung-A Yoon. 2019. Belgium, France. 90’
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  • Youth Prize for best Film
    Queen, by Kathryn Elkin. 2019. United Kingdom. 13’
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13th EDITION. 2019
  • Punto de Vista First Prize
    Una Luna de Hierro, by Francisco Rodríguez. Chile, Francia. 2017. 29'.
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  • Prize for the Best Director
    Parsi, by Eduardo Williams. Argentina, Francia, Zambia. 2019. 23'.
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  • Prize for the Best Short Film
    Mum´s Cards, by Luke Fowler. England. 2018. 9'.
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  • Jury's Special mention
    Altiplano, by Malena Slzam. Canadá, Chile, Argentina. 2018. 16'.
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  • Jury's Special mention
    Vever (for Barbara), by Deborah Stratman. USA. 2019. 12'.
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  • The Audience’s Special Prize for best Film
    Ojo Guareña, by Edurne Rubio. Belgium, Spain. 2018. 56'.
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  • Youth Prize for best Film
    The Sun Quartet, Part 2: San Juan River, by Colectivo Los Ingrávidos. Mexico. 2018. 13'.
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12th EDITION. 2018
  • Punto de Vista First Prize
    Flores, by Jorge Jácome. Portugal. 2017. 27'.
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  • Prize for the Best Director
    Elohim, or Divine Beings, the Energy of Light as Creation, by Nathaniel Dorsky. USA. 2017. 31'.
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  • Prize for the Best Short Film
    Optimism, by Deborah Stratman. USA. 2018. 15'.
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  • The Audience’s Prize
    Young & Beautiful, by Marina Lameiro. Spain. 2018. 72'.
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  • Youth Prize
    Flores,by Jorge Jácome. Portugal. 2017. 27'.
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11th EDITION. 2017
  • Punto de Vista First Prize
    The Host, by Miranda Pennell. United Kingdom. 2015. 60'.
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  • Prize for the Best Director
    La deixième nuit, by Eric Pauwels. Belgium. 2016. 75'.
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  • Prize for the Best Short Film
    Foyer, by Ismaïl Bahri. Tunisia, France. 2016. 31'.
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  • The Audience’s Prize
    Converso, by David Arratibel. Spain. 2017. 61'.
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  • Youth Prize
    5 October, by Martin Kollar. Slovakia, Czech Republic. 2016. 50'.
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10th EDITION. 2016
  • Punto de Vista First Prize
    Oleg y las raras artes, by Andrés Duque. Spain. 2016. 70'.
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  • Prize for the Best Director
    Lampedusa in Winter, by Jakob Brossmann. United Kingdom. 2015. 93'.
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  • Prize for the Best Short Film
    The Meadow, by Jela Hasler. Switzerland. 2015. 9'.
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  • Special mention
    Writing on the City, by Keywan Karimi. Iran. 2015. 60'.
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  • The Audience’s Prize
    Casa Blanca, by Aleksandra Maciuszek. Poland. 2015. 62'.
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  • Youth Prize
    Casa Blanca, by Aleksandra Maciuszek. Poland. 2015. 62'.
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  • Special mention
    Among Us, by Guido Hendriks. Netherlands. 2014. 23'.
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  • Darkness Awards
    Children, by Marah Al Hassa. Siria. 2015. 5'.
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    Another Kind of Girl, by Khaldiya Jubawi. Siria. 2015. 9'.
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    The Girl, Whose Shadow Reflects The Moon, by Walaa Al Alawi. Siria. 2015. 5'.
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9th EDITION. 2015
  • Punto de Vista First Prize
    Echo Chamber, by Guillermo Moncayo. Francia, Colombia. 2014. 19'.
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  • Prize for the Best Director
    Huellas, by Diego Gutiérrez, Danniel Danniel. México, Holanda. 2014. 58'.
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  • Prize for the Best Short Film
    The Blazing World, by Jessica Bardsley. Estados Unidos. 2013. 19'.
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  • The Audience’s Prize
    Our Terrible Country, by Mohammad Ali Atassi, Ziad Homsi. Siria, Líbano. 2014. 85'.
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  • Youth Prize
    Our Terrible Country, by Mohammad Ali Atassi, Ziad Homsi. Siria, Líbano. 2014. 85'.
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  • Rencontres Cinématografiques de Cerbère-Portbou Award
    Before We Go, by Jorge León. Bélgica. 2014. 82'
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8th EDITION. 2013
  • Punto de Vista First Prize
    Apuda, de He Yuan. China, 2010. 145'.
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  • Prize for the Best Director
    Dad's Stick, de John Smith. United Kingdom, 2012. 5'.
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  • Prize for the Best Short Film
    Toma Dos, de Pilar Álvarez. Cuba, 2012. 11'.
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  • The Audience’s Prize
    A World Not Ours, de Mahdi Fleifel. United Kingdom, Lebanon, Denmark, 2012. 93'.
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  • Special mention
    The Florestine Collection, de Paul Gailiunas y Helen Hill. USA, 2010. 31'.
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  • Special mention
    El modelo, de Germán Scelso. Spain, 2012. 45'.
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7th EDITION. 2011
  • Punto de Vista First Prize
    Foreign Parts, by J. P. Sniadecki & Verena Paravel,. USA, 2010. 80'.
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  • Prize for the Best Director
    The Arbor, by Clio Barnard. United Kingdom, 2010. 90'.
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  • Prize for the Best Short Film
    Translating Edwin Honig: A Poet´s Alzheimer, by Alan Berliner. USA. 2010. 19'.
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  • The Audience’s Prize
    Color perro que huye, by Andrés Duque. Spain, 2010. 70'.
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  • Special mention
    48, by Susana de Sousa. Portugal, 2009. 93'.
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  • Special mention
    Ici Bas, by Comes Chahbazian. Belgium / France, 2010. 55'.
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6th EDITION. 2010
  • Punto de Vista First Prize
    Let Each One Go Where He May, by Ben Russell. Suriminam / USA, 2009. 135'.
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  • Prize for the Best Director
    Los materiales, by Los hijos. Spain, 2009. 75'.
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  • Prize for the Best Short Film
    Amanar Tamasheq, by Lluis Escartin. Spain, 2010. 14'.
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  • The Audience’s Prize
    Sweetgrass, by Lucien Castaing-Taylor & Ilisa Barbash. France / USA. / United Kingdom, 2009. 101'.
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  • Special mention
    Le plein pays, by Antoine Boutet. France, 2009. 58'.
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  • Special mention
    The Darkness Of Day, by Jay Rosenblatt. USA, 2009. 26'.
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5th EDITION. 2009
  • Punto de Vista First Prize
    Alicia en el País, by Esteban Larrain. Chile, 2008. 86'.
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  • Prize for the Best Director
    Olivier Dury, for Mirages. France, 2008. 45'.
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  • Prize for the Best Short Film
    Lost World, by Gyula Nemes. Hungary / Finland, 2008. 20'.
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  • The Audience’s Prize
    Intimidades de Shakespeare y Victor Hugo, by Yulene Olaizola. Mexico, 2008. 83'.
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  • Special mention
    Intimidades de Shakespeare y Victor Hugo, by Yulene Olaizola. Mexico, 2008. 83'.
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4th EDITION. 2008
  • Punto de Vista First Prize
    Bingai, by Feng Yan. China, 2007. 114'.
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  • Prize for the Best Director
    Her Dear Old House, by Tatsuya Yamamoto. Japan, 2006. 80'.
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  • Prize for the Best Short Film
    52 Percent, by Rafal Skalski. Poland, 2007. 20'.
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  • The Audience’s Prizev
    Tovarisch, I Am Not Dead, by Stuart Urban. United Kingdom, 2007. 85'.
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  • Special mention
    Just Read After My Death, by Morgan Dews. USA, 2007. 72'.
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  • Special mention
    A Story Of People In War And Peace, by Vardan Hovhannisyan. Armenia, 2007. 70'.
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3rd EDITION. 2007
  • Punto de Vista First Prize
    Forever, by Heddy Honigmann. Netherlands, 2006. 95'.
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  • Prize for the Best Director
    The Clinic by Tomasz Wolski. Poland, 2006. 30'.
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  • Prize for the Best Short Film
    Even If She Had Been a Criminal…, by Jean-Gabriel Périot. France, 2006. 10'.
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  • The Audience’s Prize
    Radiophobia, by Julio Soto. Spain, 2005. 54'.
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  • Special mention
    Our America, by Kristina Konrad. Switzerland, 2005. 84'.
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  • Special mention
    Orange Winter, by Andrei Zagdansky. USA / Ukraine, 2006. 72'.
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2nd EDITION. 2006
  • Punto de Vista First Prize, ex aequo
    Sonia, by Nathalie Delaunoy (Belgium, 2008. 48').
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    Melodies, by François Bovy (Switzerland, 2005, 67').
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  • Prize for the Best Director
    Melodies, by François Bovy. Switzerland, 2005, 67'.
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  • Prize for the Best Short Film
    Le pont sur la Drina, by Xavier Lukomski. Belgium, 2005. 19'.
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  • The Audience’s Prize
    The Play, by Pelin Esmer Turkey, 2005. 70'.
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  • Special mention
    La Casa de mi abuela, by Adán Aliaga. Spain, 2005. 80'.
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  • Special mention
    Phantom Limb, by Jay Rosenblatt. USA, 2005. 28'.
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  • Special mention
    Tierra negra, by Ricardo Iscar. Spain, 2004. 92'.
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1st EDITION. 2005
  • Punto de Vista First Prize
    Checkpoint, by Yoav Shamir. Israel, 2003. 80'.
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  • Prize for the Best Director
    Peter Kerekes, for 66 Seasons. Slovakia, 2003. 86'.
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  • Prize for the Best Short Film
    Good Times, by Alessandro Cassigoli & Dalia Castel. Italy-Israel, 2004. 31'.
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  • Prize for the Best Screenplay
    Mojado-El documental indocumentado, by Arturo Pérez Torres. Canada, 2004. 98'.
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  • The Audience’s Prize
    Bandits, by Zaza Rusadze. Georgia, 2003. 52'.
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  • Special mention
    Platicando, by Mª Luisa Lafuente. Spain, 2004. 25'.
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  • Special mention
    Dr Nagesh, by Vicent Detours & Dominique Henry. Belgium, 2004. 51'.
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Promoted by
Gobierno de Navarra
Organized by
NICDO
With the aid of
Con la financiación del Gobierno de España. Instituto de la Cinematografía y las Artes AudiovisualesAcción Cultural EspañolaPlan de Recuperación, Transformación y ResilienciaFinanciado por la Unión Europea. NexGenerationEU
With the support of
Ayuntamiento de PamplonaCentro de Arte Contemporáneo de HuarteFundación Caja NavarraGoethe Institut
Member of
PantallaIberofestLa Mesta
Partners
Filmoteca de Navarra
Museo Oteiza
Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía
Elías Querejeta Zine Eskola
Festival de Cine Africano FCAT
Festival Scope
Centre Cinématographique Marocain
Hotel Tres Reyes
Hotel Maisonave
Cineteca Bologna
The Film Foundation
World Cinema Project
Cinemateca Portuguesa
NAPAR
Festivals in Navarre
Punto de Vista
NIFF - Navarra International Film Festival
Navarra, tierra de cine
Ópera Prima
Skimetraje
CTL 59
#LabMeCrazy! Science Film Festival
Festival de Cine y Dentistas
Horror Online Art
FICBE (Festival Internacional de Cortos de Berriozar)
FAN, Festival de Anime de Navarra
Lo que viene
Muestra de cine español
Filmmaking for social change
Muestra Internacional de Cine y Mujeres de Pamplona

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