Previous editions

Some information about our last edition
October 13th to November 30th

12 films competed for awards, including 4 documentaries, 4 animated films and 4 fiction short films: 

. Fiction
- Operation Commando by Jan Czarlewski (Switzerland)
- Not K.O. by Xavier Sirven (France)
- Crumble by Pauline Lam (United Kingdom)
- Lana del Roy by Julien Guetta (France)

. Animation
- Trial & Error by Antje Heyn (Germany)
- TIS by Chloé Lesueur (France)
- Great Headless Blank by Carine Khalife (Canada)
- Down to the Wire by Juan Carlos Mostaza (Spain)

. Documentaries
- Babylondon by Andrés Roccatagliata (United Kingdom)
- Secondo Me by Pavel Cuzuioc (Austria)
- Bilderberg, the Movie by Joan Cutrina (United States)
- Metamorphosis by Manuel Pérez (Spain)

The International Jury of this third edition was made up of:

. Antonio Delgado Liz
He holds degrees in Information Science and in Law from the Complutense University of Madrid. He has done a Masters in Audiovisual Production and several courses in screenwriting and directing. His professional career in the audiovisual sector includes work directing and producing short and feature length films. He was a Film Consultant and Head of the Office for Promoting Cinema and Audiovisuals in the Regional Ministry of the Arts of the Community of Madrid. He was the promoter and director of the Muestra de cortomentrajes short film festival of the Community of Madrid, the Circuito de Cine en Verano (Summer Film Series) and the International Festival of the Animated Image of Pozuelo de Alarcón-Community of Madrid (Animadrid). In 2003, he directed the short film "Al pasar la barca" and in 2010, the documentary "Cómo ver Egipto".

. Yago García
Yago García is a journalist, born in Murcia but living in Madrid for 20 years now. Longer ago than he cares to remember, an outdoor viewing of Ghostbusters cured him of his childhood fear of movie theaters and convinced him that the best way to deal with monsters is by laughing at them. He currently works as a copywriter for the magazine Cinemanía (www.cinemania.elmundo.es) and is one of the founders of the culture website Canino(www.caninomag.es).

. Giovanni Maccelli
Born in Prato (Italy) in 1977. He holds a degree in Theory and Technique of Cinematographic Language from the University of Florence and a degree in Film Directing from Scuola Immagina, also in Florence. He moved to Madrid in 2003 and began his career in the world of short filmmaking. In 2007 he created his own production company, Zampanò, along with Carlota Coronado. He alternates working as a director, producer and animator with teaching as an animation professor (University of Málaga, SGAE Foundation, Community of Madrid's Short Film Week, and festivals such as ALCINE, Torrecine and the Muestra Joven ICAIC, the Regional Library of Madrid, Espacio Camon, EIMA Film School, among others).
His projects, (in genres from stop-motion animation, comedy, social drama to horror) have been produced thanks to twelve grants from the ICAA and eight from the Community of Madrid. They have earned over two hundred awards from international festivals, 800 selections and the highest recognition with a 2015 Goya for best animated short for "Juan y la Nube".
He is currently developing "Objetos perdidos", a stop-motion animated feature film written by Susana López (2004 Pilar Miró Award winner).

The third edition of Feelfest featured three thought-provoking series:

. Discover the World
A sample of 23 titles that portrays incredible spaces on the planet that can only be accessed through the imagination, or FeelFest.

 

. Politically Incorrect
It addresses alternative themes such as polyamory, animal abuse in Spanish popular festivals, the new collaborative economy or the humanization of branding.

. Child Cycle
A suggestive programming for the whole family that highlights the two short films that gave life to Tadeo Jones and other jewelry of animation