Festival Internacional De Cine Y Derechos Humanos De Valencia - Humans Fest de Fundación por la Justicia (13)

International Film and Human Rights Festival of Valencia - HUMANS FEST by Fundación por la Justicia



Deadlines

21 Feb 2022
Call for entries

22 Apr 2022
Festival closed

16 May 2022
Notification date

09 Jun 2022
18 Jun 2022

Address

Calle Ripalda, 16 Bajo,  46003, Valencia, Valencia, Spain


Festival description
Human Rights
Short film festival >2' 30'<
Feature film festival >60'


Festival requirements
 Film festival
 Fiction
 Documentary
 Animation
 Fantastic
 Terror
 Experimental
 Music Video
 Other
 Genres
 Any Theme
 Does NOT have submission fees
 International Festival
 Physical Location
 June 2020
 Production countries: Any
 Shooting countries: Any
 Director nationalities: Any
 Debut Films 
 School projects 
 Short Films  >2' 30'<
 Feature Films  >60'
 Any language
 Subtitles 
Catalan English Spanish
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Festival start: 09 June 2022      Festival end: 18 June 2022

The International Film and Human Rights Festival of Valencia – HUMANS FEST is organized by Fundación por la Justicia, in collaboration with different NGOs from Valencia. The main aim is to sensitize and raise awareness about Humans Rights through art and culture.

The purpose of the Festival is to promote a kind of cinema that shakes the hearts and minds of society. For this reason, we bet on a selection of documentaries and fictional films that offer a rough and first-hand look at the different topics treated related to Human Rights.

The Festival will celebrate its 13th edition in June 2022.

"Humans Fic"- Best Feature Film Award - 1.000€

"Humans Doc" - Best Feature Documentary Award - 1.000€

Best Script Feature Award EDAV (Honorable Mention)

Best International Short Film Award - 350 €

Best Documentary Short Film Award - 350€

Best Valencian Short Film Award - 350 €

Best Screenplay Award EDAV Valencian shortfilm - One-year free registration as member of EDAV

Best Minishort One Minute One Frontier Award - 300 €

XIII HUMAN FEST 2022


Preamble
The new edition of the Film and Human Rights Festival, Humans Fest, will be held from June 9 to 18 in the city of Valencia with the following sections in competition.

OFFICIAL SECTION:
‘Perspective’ Section - €1,000 (Fiction Feature Film)
Chronicle section - €1,000 (Documentary feature film)
Short Films Section:
‘Curtet i Barrejadet’ section. International fiction and documentary short films. Two prizes will be awarded for Best Fiction Short and Best Documentary Short.
-Best short fiction - €350
-Best short documentary - €350
Section ‘Acollida’: Section of Valencian short films for human rights. Economic prize of €350
Section ‘1 minute, 1 border’: Our traditional section 1 minute, 1 right is dedicated this year to the concept of borders. €300 economic prize


GENERAL RULES:

1. Only films whose theme is related to human rights may participate, particularly with the axis proposed for this edition of the International Film and Human Rights Festival: the right to migration and refuge.

We understand migration as a natural and global phenomenon and we want to move away from the dominant security paradigm with films that reveal the complexity of migration, from its causes: inequality, social and military conflicts, structural and gender violence, climate change... and the consequences: racism, xenophobia, diversity, integration challenges, diversity, multiculturalism,...

We prioritize new narratives about migration and an empowering view of migrants that moves away from victimization and includes an intersectional perspective.

In the "Acollida Section", of Valencian short films, the thematic axis opens up to all human rights, collected in the Universal Declaration.

2. All productions submitted to the official section must be after June 1, 2020.

3. The works must be subtitled in English, Spanish or Catalan.

4. The call for the following sections is opened.
– Official Competitive Fiction and Documentary Feature Films.
– Short Film Competitive Officer.
– Official of Valencian short films.
– One minute, One border.

The registration deadline will close on April 22, 2022. Deadline section 'One minute a border', May 15.

The organization of the Humans Fest will determine the selection committees for each of the sections and their juries, which will be made up of members of the Festival and experts in the film genre, who will carry out their work according to the established parameters of quality and creativity. previously by the Festival Management.

For the section 'One minute, one border' the verdict will be awarded by the public (popular jury).

5. The platform for sending works will be Festhome.

6. Official International Competitive Feature Film Section. "HUMANS FIC".
a) The minimum duration of the feature films will be 60 minutes and they will deal with the three main axes of the current edition; Migration, gender and refuge in all its variants.
b) The film must be unreleased in the city of Valencia.
c) An independent jury will determine the First Prize valued at €1,000.
d) The EDAV screenwriters' association will determine the prize for the best screenplay, without financial endowment.
e) The registration of projects will be free of charge.

7. Official international competitive section for Documentary Feature Film. "HUMANS DOC".
a) The minimum duration of the documentaries will be 60 minutes and they will deal with the three main axes of the current edition; Migration, gender and refuge in all its variants.
b) The film must be unreleased in the city of Valencia.
c) An independent jury will determine the First Prize valued at €1,000.
d) The registration of projects will be free of charge.

8. International short film competitive official section. CURT I BARREJAT
a) The maximum duration of the short films will be 30 minutes and they will deal with the three main axes of the current edition; Migration, gender and refuge in all its variants.
b) The film must be unreleased in the city of Valencia.
c) An independent jury will determine the First Prize for Best Fiction Short Film valued at €350.
d) An independent jury will determine the First Prize for Documentary Short Film valued at €350.
e) The registration of projects will be free of charge.



9. Official competitive section of Valencian short films. ACOLLIDA.
a) Only short films produced in the Valencian Community at least 30% may participate.
b) The film must be unreleased in the city of Valencia.
c) The maximum duration of the short films will be 30 minutes and they will deal with the three main axes of the current edition; Migration, gender and refuge in all its variants.
d) An independent jury will determine the First Prize valued at €350
e) The cost of registration will be free. If they so wish and if they meet the requirements, the production companies may simultaneously register their works in the international section and in the Valencian short film section but, if selected, it will only be screened in one of the sections.

10. One minute, one border

The XIII edition of the Humans Fest announces a new edition of the award for microfilms made by educational centers.

a) Short films made in educational centers of the Valencian Community of regulated and non-regulated education may participate.
b) The maximum duration will be 1 minute 30 seconds, credits included, related to any aspect of border treatment.
c) The deadline for receiving projects will be May 15, 2022.
d) The prize will be awarded by the public.
e) The cost of registration will be free.
f) Projects can be sent by sending the final copy by email, indicating the title of the work and its author. humans@humansfest.com.
g) The prize for the Best Project 'A minute a border' is endowed with €300 and will be chosen by public vote during the dates of the Festival.

The award ceremony will take place at the closing ceremony of the Humans Fest, on June 18, 2022.

11. Works admitted
a) The chosen films may not be withdrawn by their producers once the selection has been published.
b) Producers/distributors must send a copy in DCP, BluRay or High Resolution, either online, to the festival headquarters together with a dossier of the work, three images of the film and a biofilmography of the director.


HUMAN FEST
FOUNDATION FOR JUSTICE
C/ Ripalda, 16, ground floor
46003 Valencia


c) The works may be screened in special sessions of the festival with the prior consent of the authors. The Festival may take a sample of the selected works to use in any medium for promotional purposes within the framework of Humans Fest (print program, press, Internet, social networks, trailer, etc.)


12.- Jury / Selection Committee:

a) The organization of the Humans Fest will determine the selection committees of each of the sections and the juries of the same.
b) The jury will be made up of renowned personalities from the audiovisual media, culture and volunteering. Its members will be announced opportunely before the celebration of the festival.
c) In the case of the section 'One minute, one border', the verdict will be awarded by popular vote in the manner indicated by the organization of the festival.
d) The decisions of both the Selection Committee and the Juries will be final.
e) The winning projects will be announced at the Closing Gala of the XIII Valencia International Film and Human Rights Festival.

13. Works admitted
a) The natural or legal person who makes the registration declares that he owns all the intellectual property rights of the work exhibited at the festival and the audiovisual material included in it (soundtrack, external images, etc.). The festival will not be held responsible if this rule is breached.
b) The chosen films may not be withdrawn by their producers once their selection has been announced.
c) Producers/distributors must send online or a copy in DCP, BluRay or High Resolution to the festival venue together with a dossier of the work, three images of the film and a biofilmography of the director with a photo. Send subtitles in English, Spanish or Catalan in a separate file in .srt format.
d) The festival will not be responsible for the shipping costs of the films. Any expense generated by the shipment of the materials will be borne by the selected. The festival is not responsible for possible damages suffered by said materials during the transfer.

14. Acceptance of the bases:
a) The presentation of the works implies the total acceptance of these bases and the interpretation and application of the same corresponds to the organizers of the festival.

b) For any clarification, doubt or additional information, contact the Festival organization via email humans@humansfest.com



  

 
  

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