BEST INTERNATIONAL ANIMATION FILM
Psiconautas, the forgotten children by Alberto Vázquez and Pedro Rivero
For brilliantly dealing with issues such as addiction, ecology and loneliness with a beautiful storytelling and visual style originated by the innocence of its characters.
The magic mountain by Anca Damian
For the originality of the mix of resources to tell a story.
BEST INTERNATIONAL DOCUMENTARY FILM
Exotica, erotica, etc. by Evangelia Kranioti
For the search of a poetic cinematic language to deal with the relationships between lonely beings through strong and intimate images.
BEST INTERNATIONAL FEATURE FILM
Amama by Asier Altuna
For the simplicity achieved to deal with a universal topic with visual elements that move us and appeal to nostalgia.
Mate-me por favor by Anita Rocha Da Silveira
For the freshness and vitality in the manner of telling a contemporary youth story.
Motel mist by Prabda Yoon
For the screenplay originality to tell an unexpected story that deals with the dark side of human and extra human relationships.
BEST MEXICAN FEATURE FILM
Almacenados de Jack Zagha
For its characters built with detailed eloquence, for its expressive economy, for its precise rhythm and its allegorical power.
BEST MEXICAN DOCUMENTARY FILM
El hombre que vio demasiado by Trisha Ziff.
For its dazzling craftsmanship and visuality, and for its disturbing theme that highlights relevant aspects of the urban culture of Mexico, acknowledging the work of an unconventional artist.
Somos lengua by Kyzza Terrazas
For its strong and original panorama of rap in México.
BEST NUEVO LEÓN FEATURE FILM
El Salmón by Janett Juárez and Ricardo Martez
For its rhythm, energy, humor and social relevance.
Besides, it gets the Rogelio A. González award, given by the Museo del Vidrio, as well as a cash prize of $75,000 pesos.
DIGITAL ACQUISITION AWARD FOR $1,000 USD BY CINEMA UNO
Pequeño peatón imprudente by Enrique López Oropeza
For its urgent and relevant topic, for its inclusive clarity
BEST MEXICAN ANIMATION SHORT FILM
Aeronautas by León Fernández
For the flawless use of the animation technique to imprint the most essential of the human beings and its belief system in a complete story.
El jardín de las delicias by Alejandro García Caballero
For its celebration of the joy of the bodies and human voluptuosity using an exuberant animation.
BEST MEXICAN DOCUMENTARY SHORT FILM
13500 Volts by Mónica Blumen
For its strong characters, well-paced structure, 13500 volts navigates at high tension without falling apart and gets to the end leaving a deep impact.
La esquina del mundo by Mariano Rentería García
Corner of the world: because Mexicans should never forget the treasures of nature.
BEST MEXICAN SHORT FILM
Domingo by Raúl López Echeverría
For the particular and delicious tone it achieves and maintains, as well as for its impecable structure.
MEJOR INTERNATIONAL ANIMATION SHORT FILM
Manoman by Simon Cartwright
For capturing the importance of a great scream and why it is important to give a voice to the monster inside all of us.
BEST INTERNATIONAL DOCUMENTARY SHORT FILM
Amongst Us by Guido Hendrikx
For its strong images and testimonies that lead us inevitably to the darkest of human nature.
Un cuento de amor, locura y muerte by Mijael Bustos
Because to be able to capture pain, the tragedy of solitude and disease on camera, there are unrelenting filmmakers that do not blink.
BEST INTERNATIONAL SHORT FILM
Butter Brioche by Christopher Kaufmann
For its simple yet complex and solid structure based on the purest film language.
BEST NUEVO LEÓN SHORT FILM
El problema de las estrellas binarias by Juan H. Villar
For the intimacy achieved to transmit to us the deep sensations of the human being at the early age of becoming an adult.
It receives an award in production or post-production services with a worth of $20,000 pesos, given by the Sistema Público de Radiodifusión del Estado Mexicano.
BEST SHORT FILM OF THE STATE STUDENT CINEMA SHOWCASE
Feliz día by Rafael Cervantes
For its dynamic narrative, enriched by the absence of music and dialogues that highlight the visual work, putting us in the presence of a disquieting curve that touches the psique and sensations.
It receives an award in production or post-production services with a worth of $10,000 pesos, given by the Sistema Público de Radiodifusión del Estado Mexicano.
It also gets a FESTHOME annual pass worth 3,000 €
Narcolepsia by Melissa González and Santiago Anza
For submerging us little by little in a rarefied atmosphere where dreams and vigil mix through an interesting style and commendable acting.
ALEBRIJE DISTRIBUTION AWARD
Alebrije Entertainment Award for the international distribution rights with a minimum guarantee of $40,000 USD to: La caridad by Marcelino Islas
International Feature Film
Amama by Asier Altuna
For its originality expressed through a script with a different story, its good direction and the excellent audiovisual quality.
Mexican Feature Film
Maquinaria Panamericana by Joaquín del Paso.
For being a story with an excellent direction and interpretative quality, that come together to show us a portrait of reality.