Audiovisual Awards




“Ole mi coño”: documentary counter-attack to the new cyber-blackmail

Patricia Franquesa (director and producer) and Mireia Graell (co-producer), produced by Gadea Films and Ringo Media.

This documentary explores the ransomware attack suffered by the protagonist. After the theft of her laptop, a hacker tries to extort money from her, threatening to share some very intimate photos with her contacts. Faced with the ineffectiveness of the police and the legal system, the protagonist embarks upon an investigation of the dangers associated with private data in today's society. The documentary questions our apparent sense of security with respect to our personal data, contrasted with the vulnerability of our situation.

Segundina Flores, the destruction of a clandestine vegetable garden on the outskirts of Barcelona

Clara Camprubí, produced by Looky Produccions

The film tells the story of Segundina, a 55-year-old indigenous woman, who faces the destruction of her clandestine vegetable garden on the outskirts of Barcelona, where she lives in accordance with the principles of the indigenous cosmovision. The documentary aims to show the importance of a biocentric ethics, and questions the neoliberal model. Our view of these "clandestine" gardens, which from a distance look chaotic and outside the law, changes when Segundina records them from within, in the midst of roses, mulberry trees and blossoming almonds.



Bailar la locura (Dancing madness)

Marta Espar and Maiol Virgili

This documentary takes as its starting point a piece of choreography that was created to represent "a journey into madness", reflecting on the boundary between sanity and madness in an effort to destigmatize the association between madness and deviation from the norm. The three dancers talk to three women who have had psychiatric experiences, to design a choreography to represent their lives.

Project completed with director, Maiol Virgili



Séptimo Piso: Morir a Solas (Seventh Floor: Dying Alone)

Ànnia Monreal, Raül Clemente and Xavi Herrero

This project seeks to portray and raise awareness of the reality of what it means to be elderly. It focuses in particular on the fact that Spanish society is ageing, while the birth rate continues to fall, and it asks whether this sector of society receives the same levels of attention as children, young people and adults. It also reveals that between 10 and 20 per cent of elderly people suffer abuse and mistreatment, whether these are the result of conscious actions or the uncritical acceptance of social custom.

Morir antes de nacer (Death before birth)

Núria Jar Benabarre

This project tackles the topic of perinatal death and grieving throughout the world, through the stories and experiences of women and their families, and the views of experts. This documentary lifts the lid on this phenomenon, a social taboo that must be discussed if we are to do away with the stigma that surrounds it, provide the health care that mothers need, and enable people to grieve their loss in a way that is acknowledged within their culture.



Documentary “Només era un gos” (Just a dog) by Irene Domènech and Haydée Villa

Irene Domènech, Haydée Vila & Jenny Berengueras

This project considers the story of a woman who is being abused and prefers to risk her life rather than be separated from her dog, a condition attached to the offer of a place in a women's refuge. This documentary describes a situation that affects 70 per cent of women who suffer abuse, and which also affects their pets. The project is supported by Mc Guffin Estudio Audiovisual.