The Cine Base Short Film Festival was attended by the film director and ESCAC graduate, Carlos Alonso, who presented the award for the special category of POLICE THRILLER to Aleix Matas for his short film Awaken, which won an iPad.
Aintza Serra, director of Cine Base, awarded the Foundation Scholarship to Talent to the winners Mar Armenteros and Gala Martínez for the short film Favoritenson & Preferitenson, with which they will be able to study for a whole year at ESCAC’s undergraduate programme completely free of charge.
There was also a Special Mention Cinedfest Canarias to ShiJie Weng, for her short film “My dream, to study cinema”, who received a Summer School Prime Scholarship, with the residence expenses in Terrassa covered by ESCAC.
Thanks to the organisation of the Festival, which was in charge of ESCAC students together with the Cine Base team, to the presenters Manel Fajardo and Isabel Ferrando, to the actors Margarita Nika Artyukhina and Raúl Baell and thanks to the collaborators of this edition ESCAC, Filmin, Universal Production Music, BCN Film Festival.
Winners category 5è- 6è and 1er- 2on ESO
Les cartes: Màrius Roser, Martí Prado, Andrea Amiguet, Júlia Gomis, Maria Borrell
Winners in the 3rd and 4th ESO category
Aria da capo; Dan Bravo Also, Bernat Roqué, Màrius Roser, David Martin
Winners of the 1st and 2nd year Baccalaureate category
Mil grues: Cristina Pareja Martínez, Anna Montón, Guillermo Rueda, Lluc Miralles, Paula Rosas
Favoritenson & Preferitenson: Mar Armenteros, Gala Martínez
Crime Thriller Special Category
Awaken: Aleix Matas Alcántara
Special Mention Cinedfest Canarias
My dream, to study film: ShiJie Weng