2022 edition

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CIUTAT DE REUS JURY

 

Núria Araüna: PhD in Communication by Rovira i Virgili University and researcher on cultural identities and video genres. She has recently co-edited a special issue of the “Catalan Journal of Communication and Cultural Studies” dedicated to the transformations of gender identities in media.

 

Zoraida Roselló Espuny: Is an audiovisual cartographer and author of several creative documentaries. She won the Jury Award at the Atlantida Film Fest with her first feature film “Se Fa Saber” (2023). She currently teaches video production at Casa d’Oficis Mas Carandell in Reus.

 

Marta Vives: She’s a cultural journalist and currently works as a broadcaster and scriptwriter in “El matí” at Catalunya Ràdio. She writes as a weekly contributor to Diari Ara and has recently published “Diguem-ne amor”, her first novel published with Ara Llibres.

 

 

CINEMA – RESCAT JURY

jan bacaJan Baca: Architect and amateur filmmaker. He has participated often to UNICA competition (Union Internationnale du Cinema Non Professionel) and is member of Video and Cinema Commission of Centre Excursionista de Catalunya association.

 

Raul Contel

Raül Contel: Autor of numerous short films. He has written and directed theatre shows and he has given seminars about cinematographic language and history of cinema. Member of Junta de Cinema-Rescat association.

 

Joan-Francesc Escrihuela Niubò: Works in the news section of TVE-Catalonia. Autor of several short films in 35mm. He has been involved in the creation of the Cinema-Rescat Association since its inception and he was a member of the Catalan Film Academy.


Apple is the most valuable company in the world and has a role in our lives like no other. From smartphones to smart watches, earbuds to computers, the technology it has popularized […]

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.

Threshold is an autobiographical documentary made by a mother who follows the gender transition of her adolescent son, addressing the conflicts, certainties, and uncertainties that pervade him in a deep search for […]

Based on the novel of the same name by French writer Didier Eribon, Returning to Reims uses archive footage to construct an intimate and political account of the French working class from […]

On June 2, 2022, Les dones i els dies (d’avui), a play by the stage director Iban Beltrán, with the participation of the students of the Institut Gabriel Ferrater from Reus, was presented in the framework of the Paradigms cycle (organized by Bartrina Territori Creatiu and the Cal Masó Art Centre and produced by Reus Cultura). This documentary travels throughout the process of creation of the play, where the temporality of each action appears intertwined in a race against the clock until the day of the work’s premiere.

Alésh is the intimate portrait of Aleix Canton, a young transgender man diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder. Alesh has become a public figure through his Tik Tok profile, where he breaks […]

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.

Amateur travelogues by women in the 1920s-50s are woven into this meditation on the traveler’s gaze. A mountaineer, a divorcee on a tour of biblical gardens, an antique merchant and others are revealed through their own optical autobiographies.

Tomàs Pladevall is an admired cinematographer, a master of light who seeks to put together his personal archive in order to transfer it to the Filmoteca of Catalonia, where he trusts it […]