The sixth edition of the International Short Film Festival of Vila-seca (FICVI) came to an end this Sunday with the awards ceremony at the Auditori Josep Carreras. The screenwriter, actor and showman Paco Enlaluna was in charge of conducting the closing ceremony of the festival.
The short film “Of Hearts and Castles”, by Rubén Navarro, won the International Award for Best Fiction Short Film, an award presented by the Councillor for Innovation and Tourism, Cristina Cid. The Mayor of Vila-seca, Pere Segura, was in charge of presenting the most eagerly awaited award of the night, the Audience Award for Best Short Film to Votamos? by Santiago Requejo.
This year’s edition of the FICVI was marked by the great novelty of becoming a pre-selection festival for the Goya Awards. The gala was attended by David Rodríguez, member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, who presented the National Award for Best Fiction Short Film to “La Bañera” by Sergi Martí.
FICVI 2021 Awards
2nd prize In situ
For the short film LA SECTA by ROGER COS
1st prize In situ
For the short film A L’ÚLTIMA EN UN MUNDO PARAL-LEL by GERARD TORRES
Young Jury Award for the best short film
For the short film “EL MÉTODO” by NÉSTOR RUIZ
D.O. Catalonia Award
For the short film “STANBROOK” by Òscar Bernàcer
Award to the best animation short film
For the short film “MIGRANTS” by Hugo Caby, Antoine Dupriez, Aubin Kubiak, Lucas Lermytte, Zoé Devise
National Award for Best Fiction Short Film
For the short film “LA BAÑERA” by SERGI MARTÍ
International Award for Best Fiction Short Film
For the short film “DE CORAZONES Y CASTILLOS” by RUBÉN NAVARRO
Audience Award for Best Short Film
For the short film “¿VOTAMOS?” by SANTIAGO REQUEQUEJO