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Documentals fets a Blanquerna FCRI reben reconeixement

Documentaries made in Blanquerna FCRI receive recognition

June 10, 2015

«Glance up», «Mar de ​​Fons» and «Dinosaurios» are three of the documentaries made by students of Blanquerna School of Communication and International Relations, which have received recognition in different film festivals.

The documentary directed by the alumni Oriol Martinez and Enric Ribes, «Glance up», which tells the story of Joan Pahisa, a Catalan only one meter tall and passionate about sport, has won the Docs&Teens DocsBarcelona Prize, for the best film in this section, determined by the audience.

«Mar de Fons», a documentary by Ariadna Rodríguez, Javier Rodes and Nacho Amela, which tells the story of six sailors from Sant Carles de la Ràpita (Catalonia) who go to sea day after day and devote themselves heart and soul to their profession, has won the Comarques Tarragonines FIC-CAT award for the best production.

«Dinosaurios», already honored in the Festival of Sitges after winning the award for Best Script of New Authorship, has received a special mention at the International Environmental Film Festival Canarias FIMEC, for "its fabulous script." The work of Silvia Casals, Francisco Miralbell, Amanda Gómez and Joaquín Barceló, «Dinosaurios» is about the hypnotic beauty of the decay of abandoned landscapes that speak to our own memory.

The three films were developed in the Documentary seminar of teacher Oriol Gispert.

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