The film Irati (Paul Urkijo Alijo, 2022) has won the Audience Award to the Best Feature Film at the 33rd San Sebastian Horror and Fantasy Film Festival, that finishes tonight at Main Theatre with the screening of The Offering (Abyzou) (2022).
Irati (2022). Paul Urkijo Alijo. Spain-France
Oldtimers (2022). Brian Quintero. Canada
Écorchée (2022). Joachim Hérissé. France
El semblante (2021). Carlos Moriana & Raúl Cerezo
Alegrías riojanas (2022). Velasco Broca. Spain
The members of the International Short Film Competition Jury at the 33rd San Sebastian Horror and Fantasy Film Festival, Leire Apellaniz, Javier Parra and Aida Solé, have decided to grant the Jury Prize for Best Short Film to Alegrías riojanas.
A work of cryptic costumbrismo which transcends references that can range from Méliès to Buñuel. A tale riddled with provocative proposals as disturbing as they are stimulating.
The Debutante (2022). Elizabeth Hobbs. UK
For the hypnotic and attractive dynamism of its story, captured in countless animation techniques such as paintings, water colours, drawings, cuttings and rotoscoping.
? Oldtimers (2022). Brian Quintero. Canada
Loop (2021). Pablo Polledri
Unicorn Wars (2022). Alberto Vázquez. Spain-France
The jury of the Blogos de Oro critics award at the 33rd San Sebastian Horror and Fantasy Film Festival, made up of members Manuel Aguilar, Jon Paul Arroyo, Amaia Egüés, Paula García-Arenzana and Mikel Peña, has decided to give its award to the film Unicorn Wars.
We highlight its focus on adult animation, its originality, the subjects dealt with and its iconic characters full of nuances. Also the pioneer combination of traditional animation with new technologies.