Competition 6-15

CASTELLO D’ORO AWARD

CHF 3'000


CASTELLO D’ARGENTO AWARD

CHF 2'000


CASTELLO DI BRONZO AWARD

CHF 1'000
Awarded by 6-15 competition Official Jury.

Offered by laRegione.

ARTURO AWARD

Swiss-Italian Foundation for the Help, the Support and Child Protection, to the film that best representes the child's right to respect.
Awarded by 6-15 competition Official Jury.

Offered by ASPI.

UNICEF AWARD

UNICEF Award to the film that best represents the rights of the children.

Given by UNICEF.

"FUORI LE MURA" AWARD

Awarded by the "Fuori le Mura" Official Jury.

Official Jury 6-15

Coordination: Sultan Filimci, Gemma Oliveri, Lauretta Saladin.

Pupils of Middle Schools of Ticino and Cerro al Lambro (Italy)
Mina Aytogan, Chiara Botturi, Giacomo Domenighetti, Hugo Dos Santos, Susanna Forini, Adriano Galli, Dominik Kaempf, Fabiano Mohr, Tabita Monn, Elisa Petrini, Gianluca Storni, Stella Volpe, Camilla Giacon, Chiara Passoni, Wendy Tahiri.

 

Official Jury "Fuori le Mura

From Porrentruy

Coordination: Domenico Bellavita, Nora Zoellig.

Pupils of the Collège Thurmann

Jade Comment, Naomie Honba, Chiara Marchini, Margaux Périat, Grâce Zahrane.

From Italian Graubunden

Coordination: Gabriella Flecchia, Monica Lurati.

Pupils of the SEC/SAP School of Moesano.
Ioanna Bachmann, Lisa Conti, Martyna Olbrys, Amina Tamò.

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Competition 16-20

TRE CASTELLI AWARD

CHF 3'000

Awarded by 16-20 competition Official Jury.

Offered by the City of Bellinzona.

AMBIENTE E SALUTE: QUALITÀ DI VITA AWARD

CHF 1'000

Awarded by 16-20 competition Official Jury.

Offered by Territory Department of Cantone Ticino.

UTOPIA AWARD

A creative week stay at Monte Verità Ascona to the director of the film that mostly spreads the magic of utopia, of ‘non-place’, along with ideas such as discovery, soul-searching, dreaming, courage, solidarity, justice and beauty.

Awarded by 16-20 competition Official Jury.

Offered by Fondazione Monte Verità.

The prize has been realized by special schools at Atelier ER Resega.

 

Official Jury 16–20

Coordination: Erik Bernasconi

Students of High Schools of Bellinzona and Coira, Commercial School SCC, participants in Cine­ma&Gioventù and Tribune des Jeunes Cinéphiles.
Jacopo Barbagallo, Emma Capelli, Milo Cavadini, Indra Crittin, Yannick Demaria, Athina Greco, Stella Gürber, Nora Liedtke, Francesca Scala, Enea Sonognini, Myriam Zanchi, Patric Zanetti.

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Competition Castellincorto

DANIEL AWARD
CHF 1'500
Awarded by the Official Jury.
Offered by the Office for the support to organizations and activities for families and young people of the Department of Health and Social Affairs, on the occasion of the Campaign for the 30th Anniversary of the Convention for the Rights of the Child and Adolescent.
Prize realised by Laboratorio L'Idea - Fondazione Diamante, Chiasso.
AUDIENCE AWARD
CHF 500.
Offered by Raiffeisen.
 
 

Official Jury Castellincorto


 Francesco Rizzi

Francesco Rizzi

Born in Mendrisio, Francesco Rizzi is a writer and director from Ticino. After studying Italian Literature and Art History at the University of Fribourg, he graduated in Film Direction at the NUCT in Rome (Cinecittà). His debut feature film Cronofobia (2018) was selected in about thirty international festivals, including Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival (Special Jury Prize), Max Ophüls Preis (Best Director and Best Screenplay Award), BAFICI - Buenos Aires, Edinburgh International Film Festival, Hong Kong International Film Festival, ZFF - Zurich, Locarno 72, winning numerous awards.


 Nicola Bernasconi

Nicola Bernasconi

Born in 1973, raised in Lugano, Nicola Bernasconi studied Literature in Lausanne and Cinema in Milan. Between 2006 and 2012 he worked for the Ventura Film company. In 2014 he founded his own production company, Rough Cat, with which he produced documentaries and fiction films including Stella Ciao by Vito Robbiani (Solothurn Film Festival 2015, Prix du Public section), Tutto l'oro che c'è by Andrea Caccia (IFF Rotterdam 2019, Karlovy Vary IFF) and the fiction feature film I segreti del mestiere by Andreas Maciocci.

 

 Giacomo Hug

Giacomo Hug

He studied visual arts and cinema history in Lausanne, before attending a directing course in London, where he lived for five years. He works in film production and distribution and as a video-maker, with a particular interest in animation and motion graphics. In 2014 he joined the programming office team of the Locarno Film Festival where, since 2018, he is in charge of the Pardi di domani competition, the official short film section.

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Other Awards

RAIFFEISEN PRIZE TO THE AUDIENCE

Assigned to the audience of the evening screenings.

Offered by Raiffeisen to two randomly selected people.

AUDIENCE AWARD

Assigned by the audience of the evening screening.

 
 
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