Awards & Jury
Dock of the bay 2017 best music documentary prize, prize of € 2,000. The prize will be awarded to one of the films in the competition section. A jury made up of prominent figures in the film world will decide the winner.
Sade prize, a prize of €1,000.
Audience prize, the audience will decide the winner by voting.
Since 2000 he has written for publications like Miradas de Cine, Tren de Sombras, Lumière, Transit, La Furia Umana, Caimán – Cuadernos de Cine (previously Cahiers du cinéma – España) and Rockdelux. He began his career as a programmer at FICXixón, and has run the programming department of the Seville European Film Festival since 2012. He has also published the book Olvidos vergonzosos ('Shameful Forgetting', 2015), and wrote and directed the short Ihesa, chosen for the 2016 Kimuak catalogue.
San Sebastián, 1973. Felipe Cabrerizo has a degree in History of Art from the Autonomous University of Madrid and a master’s degree in History and Aesthetics of Cinematography from the University of Valladolid. He is also a member of AEHC, the Spanish film historians’ association. The author of numerous articles and chapters in books and specialist journals, he has published the book Tiempo de mitos: las coproducciones cinematográficas entre la España de Franco y la Italia de Mussolini (2006) and La Atenas militarizada: la industria cinematográfica en Gipuzkoa durante la Guerra Civil (2007). Currently at the printer is La Codorniz en cinta: del humorismo al cine y vuelta to be published by Filmoteca Española in 2013 and wrritten together with Santiago Aguilar. He is directs the programme Psycho Beat!, specialising in ye-yé and European beat of the 60s, on Radio Círculo. He has been a programmer for the Cine Estudio at the Círculo de Bellas Artes in Madrid. Teacher, translator and programmer. Author of Serge Gainsbourg: elefantes rosas (Serge Gainsbourg: Pink Elephants, 2016), he is currently working on the memoirs of Françoise Hardy, La desesperación de los simios... y otras bagatelas (The Desperation of the Apes... and Other Bagatelles).
Graduate in History from the University of Barcelona. He has worked entirely independently for the TVE programme "Metropolis", making 6 programmes on cultural topics. He also works at the video archive and distributor Hamaca. His first film was “Objetivo Gadafi” ("Target Gaddafi"), a war film that dealt with the events of the Arab Spring in an informative, historical way. In 2015 he won first prize at the Dock of the Bay Festival in San Sebastián for his film “Las más macabras de las vidas” ("The Most Macabre of Lives"), in which he explained the political transition in Spain following the end of the Franco dictatorship through the discography of the punk band Eskorbuto. He is currently presenting “Inadaptados” and “No somos nada”, his third and fourth films to date, about the story of the bands Cicatriz and La Polla Records.
Leire Apellaniz (1975) has worked on many Spanish film festivals, and is currently head of the Technical Department of the San Sebastián Film Festival. Alongside this, she has done a lot of work as a producer on various audiovisual projects through her production company Sr&Sra. She recently produced and directed her first feature-length film, El último verano (Last Summer, 2016).
Virginia García del Pino
Film director and lecturer on the master’s programme in creative documentary making at the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB), in 2008 she won several awards for Lo que tú dices que soy [What You Say I Am]. Her first feature-length film, El Jurado [The Jury] (2012), was entered in the official section at major festivals. In 2013, the Márgenes festival organised a retrospective of her work. In 2014, Cineuropa devoted a forum to her work. Her last film, La 10ª carta [The 10th Letter] (2014), premiered at the San Sebastián festival, is a portrait of the eminent film maker Basilio Martín Patino.