"I preferred to make small holes to large ... I do not have any great story to tell." The one who speaks, paused and methodical, is an old profession and farmer geologist who practices regenerative agriculture (regenerative, therefore) as a new occupation. He was also the protagonist of short film 'symbiosis', directed by Antonio Serrano, Sebastián Gutiérrez, Mirna Kuljis and Kings Knight. For him (for the film, for whom he speaks and for the four directors of him) he has been the Talents Prize. For six years and with the sponsorship of Nespresso, the San Sebastián Festival indicates in this way a precisely what the name of the award says, the new talents.
The film has in the same vertical format of a mobile phone, the slight existential adventure of a convinced that the carbon that comes out of the earth must return to it. Vocationally simple phrases illustrated with the slightly false modesty of true and good purposes result in a brief and very graphic exercise of wisdom. And even peace even.
'The Clown', by David Castejón Navarro and Ianko Stefanov, and 'Now I Can Sea', from Enri Gjini, have been the other award-winning works respectively with the second and third prize. The sixth edition of this contest obeyed the slogan 'doing things well matter'.
The winners have been elected by a jury in which he was, among others, the Director of the San Sebastián Festival, José Luis Rehablinos, and the journalist Elena Sánchez, driver of 'history of our cinema' in TVE.
The prizes announced on Tuesday during a lunch held within the framework of the San Sebastián Festival with a menu designed by Pepe Solla, inspired by the sustainability and in which it incorporated into the different dishes of coffee from the sponsoring brand.Date Of Update: 23 September 2021, 13:45