2022 edition

HONORARY AWARD JURY

 

Montserrat Bailac: Working as a documentary researcher at TV3 since 1986, where she’s responsible of the Historical Archive. She’s specialized on archive images for historical programs and documentaries. Member of the Value, Use and Copyright Commission of FIAT-IFTA and Video and Sound Heritage Comission. Generalitat de Catalunya’s Copyright.

 

Coia Escoda Múrria: Archivist and documents manager. She’s responsible of working and presenting Port of Tarragona’s Archive, where she has been the director since 2000. She has taught in courses and postgraduate courses on archive management, as well as disseminating the subject at conferences and in publications.

 

Joaquim Nolla Aguilà: Archivist and historian. He currently Works in the Historical Archive of Tarragona City and has worked in the archive of Generalitat de Catalunya. He’s the author of more than thirty publications and has been recognized for his work in the radio program “Tastets d’Història”.


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Nelly & Nadine is the unlikely love story between two women falling in love on Christmas Eve, 1944, in the Ravensbrück concentration camp. For many years, their relationship was kept a secret.

Past, present and future of fishing come together to tell the story of one of the oldest professions in our society. Its purpose is none other than to draw attention to the […]

An alternative take on the history of cookery and women’s anonymity through the story of El Motel, the restaurant which introduced modern cuisine to Spain.

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A Romantic Comedy based on the drama of the Spanish Republican exile. Growing up in a community of Spanish Republican emigrants, Hilaire is part of the generation of young people in the […]

An alternative take on the history of cookery and women’s anonymity through the story of El Motel, the restaurant which introduced modern cuisine to Spain.

In 2016, two filmmakers visit the Spanish Film Library to look for a censored documentary from the early 1980s. There they find 260 rolls of negatives, which had been left out of the final version. The forgotten images of a banned film come to life on the screen, 40 years later, to talk about censorship.

A collection of revolutionary songs that are being watched on YouTube, transformed in other pieces, help us to talk about censorship in different countries.

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