It was much more than just a gala. The third edition of the We Art Water Film Festival presented its awards in an event that showed the strong viral potential of awareness and solidarity. A window to the world of water and sanitation that has reached its maturity and has become a key reference in audiovisual art.
The short film by Azadeh Deghani, winner of the We Art Water Film Festival 3in the category of micro-animation, shows with tenderness how an ecological disaster can be an emotional blow that leaves a wound in our memory.
The drying up of Lake Urmia, similar to that of the Aral Sea, is a lesson we need to learn. The main character in Childish blue gives us a clue.
- The jury highlights the high quality of the shortlisted works at the award ceremony.
- The festival consolidates as the ideal formula to communicate and raise global awareness of the water problems.
- The registration period closes with a spectacular increase in the international participation, especially from Asian and African countries
- The shortlisted works will be announced in the next few weeks
- The third We Art Water Film Festival begins, now established as a recognised international short film competition
- Micro-fiction, micro-documentary and micro-animation are the three categories open to the public and presented at the San Sebastián International Film Festival
- With an exceptional jury, this year’s competition takes another step towards raising awareness regarding the problems of water and sanitation
The third edition of the We Art Water Film Festival gives the starting signal with the presentation of its distinguished jury
- Manuela Velasco, Juan Campanella, Daniel Sánchez Arévalo, Marc Clotet, Leticia Dolera, Albert SoléorRocíoGarcíaare among the members of the jury
- The registration period for participants, who may win awards that add up to 10,000 Euros, starts on the 2nd October.