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Winners Malescorto 2023

It is with great pleasure that we announce the list of the winning short films of this XXIII edition of Malescorto with their respective motivations:


PALMARÈS MALESCORTO 2023


MALESCORTO GRAND PRIX 2023

חלל ריק - Chll ryk (caduti)

Chen Rachum | Israel | fiction |17’


Motivation:

The film stands out for its ability to profoundly and poignantly convey the theme of women's violated dignity in a context of celebrating the death of a military man responsible for the violence they suffered.



DI-SEGNARE PRIX 2023

The monkey

Xosé Zapata Pérez e Lorenzo Degl’Innocenti | Italy, Portugal, Spain | Animation | 17’


Motivation:

Despite the Disney-school graphics, the short is appreciable for the themes it addresses, from a historical perspective, a very topical issue: the punishment of the different.





"ORDINE DEGLI ARCHITETTI DELLE PROVINCE DI NOVARA E VCO" PRIX 2023

Chlorine

Thanos Psichogios | Greece | drama | 19’


Motivation:

In the context of a very tragic family story, the film succeeds in enhancing the architectural setting in which the story takes place.





"PARCO NAZIONALE DELLA VAL GRANDE" PRIX 2023

Te recordaré cuando vea buitres volar (ti ricorderò quando vedrò volare gli avvoltoi)

David Heredia | Spain | fiction | 15’


Motivation:

The short film succeeds through the depiction of the natural environment to lighten the drama of the themes of illness and difficult family relationships.




"VIGEZZINA-CENTOVALLI RAILWAY" AWARD 2023

Cuando Haces Pop (When You Make Pop).

Edu Hirschfeld and Kevin Castellano | Spain | fiction | 16'



Motivation:

In a surreal trip atmosphere of quotes between Tarantino and Almodovar, the short film manages to be original and enjoyable.


AUDIENCE AWARD

A.O.C.

Samy Sidali | France | mockumentary | 19'



SPECIAL MENTIONS


Special Mention - BEST FICTIONARY SHORT.

The Stupid Boy.

Phil Dunn | United Kingdom | drama | 15'


Motivation:

The film deals in an original way with the theme of acceptance of diversity as a solution to the tensions and ills of our society.



Special Mention - BEST ANIMATED SHORT.

Amanece la Noche Mas Larga (the longest night rises).

Lorena Ares Lago and Carlos Fernández de Vigo | Spain | animation | 9'


Motivation:

The short film's pictorial technique fits perfectly with the apocalyptic theme of humanity's dire fate



Jury Special Mention.

Bernardino Di Luino

Diego Monfredini | Italy | false documentary, drama | 10'


Motivation:

On the thread of Piero Chiara's memories, the theme of emigration emerges in an important blend of past and present between archive footage and actualizing fiction.



Jury Special Mention.

The Wind Blows

Alessandro Dordoni | Lithuania, Ireland, Italy, UK | animation | 15'


Motivation:

An original solution of blending animation and stock footage in the theme of Resistance.




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