Awards and Jury 2015

AwardsThe winners of the 2nd edition of Olhares do Mediterrâneo – Cinema no Feminino were:

Best Feature Film
KUMUN TADI (SEABURNERS), by Melisa Önel, Turkey, fiction, 2014

Best Short Film
NÃO SÃO FAVAS, SÃO FEIJOCAS, by Tânia Dinis, Portugal, documentary/experimental, 2013

Press here to hear Tânia Dinis (in Portuguese)

Honorable Mention
DONA FÚNFIA, by Margarida Madeira, Portugal, animation, 2013

Audience Award
THIS IS MY LAND, by Tamara Erde, France, documentary, 2014

Read Tamara Erde’s message here (in English)

Honorable Mention
SIMSHAR, by Rebecca Cremona, Malta, fiction, 2014

Awards made by Isabel Bernardes da Silva and Thomas Kahrel (Honorable Mention)

Jury 2015




Born in 1991 at Madrid. She’s got her degree in Audiovisual Communication at the University Pompeu Fabra at Barcelona. She lives in Lisbon since 2012, where she concluded a thesis about the internal gesture in Jonas Mekas and Sophie Calle’s cinema.

She’s been programming at IndieLisboa since 2013 and publishes periodically about cinema.

In 2015 she begins her cinema master at Columbia University.





Born in Lisboa, in 1992, where he lives and works. Miguel Ribeiro got his degree in Sciences of Communication at the Social Sciences School of NOVA University of Lisbon.

He’s programmer at Doclisboa, since 2012.

Produces films and he’s a menber of the art colective Rabbit Hole.




Born in Lisboa in 1976. As an actress, she’s been working with several stage directors and her theatre career is strongly shaped by her colaborations with Teatro da Cornucópia.

In cinema she has worked with directors such as João César Monteiro, José Álvaro Morais, José Fonseca e Costa, Alberto Seixas Santos, Catarina Ruivo, Rita Azevedo Gomes, Inês Oliveira, Maria de Medeiros, Jane Waltz, Jacinto Lucas Pires.