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Blogging from San Sebastian September 18-26, 2020

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San Sebastian Orona - Nest Award to CatDog and special mention to the Speech

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  • Francy Fabritz (Germany)
  • Tomás Paula Marques (Portugal)
  • Viktor van der Valk (Iceland)

They decided to award the following short films with:

 

 

ORONA - NEST AWARD

The award carries 10,000 euros. For its bold but intimate storytelling capable of suggesting the depth of fictional and also real power games.

 

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CatDog

Short film

Ashmita Guha (India)

Film & Television Institute of India (FTII) (India)

A pair of young siblings inhabit a fanciful world of their making, hidden from the eyes of their mother. When she finally catches a glimpse of their world, it faces the threat of crumbling. The two of them can either surrender or resist.

 

SPECIAL MENTION

To a film that satirically portrays human unwillingness to obey order and structure.

 

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The Speech

Short film

Haohao Yan (USA)

American Film Institute (USA)

May 2003, Beijing, China: Under pressure from the WHO, the Chinese government announces that the SARS outbreak is real. The city is closed. Most students have been sent home. During a lockdown inside a private boarding school, three eight-year-old girls have to find a way to make sense of the world.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 

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Blogging from the 67th San Sebastian Film Festival
Reporting by Inés Barreda de Biurrun and Bruno Chatelin.

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