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Awards

Sao Paulo International Short Film Festival counts on its public to select their favorite short films. The chosen ones receive a wide range of incentives, prizes and trophies, offered by our partners, supporters and sponsors.This edition’s prizes are in the following pages.

Breakthrough Award
  • The Breakthrough Award aims to encourage the young audiovisual production talents in their next production, from recording to finishing an up to 15 minutes short film. To make this possible, the Festival establishes partnerships with companies in the field, which indicate especialized journalists to be part of juri and offer the required resources for the new project.Eligible for the Breakthrough Award are directors of Brazilian films produced in audiovisual courses exhibited on Brazilian Showcase, Sao Paulo Panorama and Student’s Showcase. The selection process also considers a 15-page script sent in by the filmmakers, explaining the idea of their next project.The film produced with the resources provided by this Award is comited to make its premiere on 30th Sao Paulo International Short Film Festival.



    WINNER:

    The Arch Of Fear, by Ruan Rodrigues 


Itamaraty Award for Brazilian Short Films
  • The Itamaraty Prize for Brazilian Cinema, instituted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 2006, aims to encourage Brazilian film production and its promotion abroad through a prize to a Brazilian short film.Eligible for the Prize are any national short films of up to 15 minutes submitted to and selected for exhibition at the 29th International Short Film Festival of São Paulo, provided they have not been taken in courses = provided they have not been produced in courses.The award consists of air ticket and lodging for a film award winner for the “Short Film Market”, which takes place at the Clermont Ferrand International Short Film Festival (France). Since 2013, in partnership with the International Short Film Festival of São Paulo, a new prize has been created especially for the format, which this year reaches its fifth edition.


    Honourable Mention:

    Copacabana-Auschwitz
    , by Jaiê Saavedra

    Winner: 

    The Orphan
    , by Carolina Markowicz
Trophies


  • TV Cultura Honourable Mention:


    The Wheel of the Coco Generations, by Felipe Leal Barquete, Ana Bárbara Ramos da Silva and Manoel Cosmo and Ana, by Vitória Felipe

    Golden Butterfly:

    National: 
    Not Yet, by Julia Leite 

    Special: Rosa Luz, character from the film
     We Are All Here, by Rafael Mellim and Bodoque Collective 

    Honourable Mention:
     Ariel Nobre, director of  I Have to Say I Love You 

    ABCA for Best Animation:

    Guaxuma, 
    by Nara Normande (Brazil)

    ABD-SP Prize:

    Liberty, by Pedro Nishi and Vinícius Silva 
Acquisiton Awards
Audience Favorites
  • Sao Paulo International Short Film Festival counts on its public to select their favorite short films. The chosen ones receive a wide range of incentives, prizes and trophies, offered by our partners, supporters and sponsors.
    This edition’s prizes are in the following pages.

    Brazilian:

    The Rainbow House Woman, by Gilberto Alexandre Sobrinho e Gracia Navarro 
    People Scavenger
    , by Mirela Kruel 
    Red Invite, by João Victor Almeira 
    Skin Color, by Lívia Perini 
    We Are All Here, by Chico Santos, Rafael Mellim 
    Guaxuma, by Nara Normande
    The Orphan, by Carolina Markowicz
    Peripatetic, by Jéssica Queiroz 
    I Have to Say I Love You, by Ariel Nobre 
    Have a Nice Day, by Willy Hajli 

    International:


    Raptor, by Felipe Gálvez (Chile)
    Her Bath, by Che-won Park (Republic Of Korea)
    Mother & Baby, by Mia Mullarkey (Ireland)
    Boghole, by 
    Torfinn Iversen (Norway)
    Hair Wolf, by 
    Mariama Diallo (USA)
    Fauve, by Jérémy Comte (Canada)
    To My Children, by Shwan Dler Qaradaki (Norway)
    2nd Class, by  Jimmy Olsson (Sweden)
    Artem Silendi, by 
    Frank Ychou (France)
    Golden Malibu, by Natalia Bermúdez Fierro (Mexico)