The Cartagena Film Festival ended its 43th edition on Saturday at a gala which was also stars the award winning actor Daniel Albaladejo Cartagena and Professor Juan Carrion, who received a Goya from David Trueba
The Auditorio El Batel of Cartagena hosted the Saturday night closing ceremony of the FICC, in which the prizes for its 43th edition, a ceremony was attended by the Mayor, Pilar Barreiro surrendered.
The Cartagena actor Daniel Albaladejo received the FICC / GAS NATURAL FENOSA award, an award which aims to highlight the work that the people of the region of Murcia performed within the world of cinema.
In the Official Selection of Short Films, David Cervera received the Silver award Caravel City of Cartagena Best Short Film, worth 3,000 euros, for Netto.
Peral Submarine award for Best Director went to Dani Order, director of the short film swimmer. Estranys, Roger Villaroya, Peral Submarine received the award for Best Screenplay, while Peral Submarine Award for Best Cinematography went to the Canary Cris Cayetana H. Noda and Cuyás for the short Silver Sands Motel.
José Gates was the winner of the contest MURcine, by winning the First Prize Silver Caravel City of Cartagena, worth 1,500 euros, for his short film The Sermon on the Mount.
Work When life was a game, led by Bernardo Hernández Conejero, completed palmares section to be awarded the Prize MURcine S econd Peral Submarine, 500 euros.
Meanwhile the Youth Jury, consisting of students from the Polytechnic University of Cartagena and Murcia University, decided to grant their award ribbon Andy Hamilton and Guy Jenkin, Our last summer in Scotland, which was shown at the opening the FICC / 43.
Moreover, during the gala award ceremony of the First Competition of Young amateurs Short Hugo Cano Fernandez, Daniel Martín Hernández, Elena Martín Hernández and Pablo Serrano Torres, IES students Espada and filmmakers of the winning entry, R + 7 was as well as her tutor, Ana Roca Ballester.
David Trueba, director of the film Living is easy with eyes closed, he gave Juan Carrion, the English teacher who inspired the story, one of six awards won by the film in the latest edition of the Goya.
During such delivery, the Liverpool group performed songs from the Beatles.
After the awards ceremony the Tenant short film, directed by Jaume Balagueró for Cinergía, an initiative of GAS NATURAL FENOSA that unites the best films of our country with the most efficient energy is projected.
Behind him the film Pride, Matthew Warchus, winner of Best Film at the British Independent Awards and nominated for a Golden Globe in the category of Best comedy or musical film was screened.
All information is able to consult the website of the festival: you ficc.es
Source: Ayuntamiento de Cartagena