The competition is for non-commercial/amateur film makers. There are no restrictions on subjects or styles.
Two or three times each day the jury will go on stage and make comments on the films they have just seen. Thus each film is discussed. Such remarks are not definitive and may not indicate the final scores for the films.
The awards will be made in three categories of film:
In 2017 there will be no public voting. The jury will decide the awards in private. They will be announced and prizes given on the afternoon of Saturday 12th August.
The jury will give an award to the best film in each category, but there will be no film awarded as "best of the festival".
The jury will award the Most Interesting National Programme.
They also award the "Delmiro de Caralt" medal, which is awarded to a work witnessing to the values of tolerance and peace fostered by UNESCO.
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