Guadalajara International Film Festival

Guadalajara, Mexico

Notes

  • The festival takes place since 1986.
  • The festival focuses on Mexican films and Latin American films.
  • The Guadalajara International Film Festival (FICG) is the most important cinematographic event in Latin America. The quality and relevance of the film program, the celebrities and renowned filmmakers that stop by, the professionals that pin-down projects, along with the public enjoying a myriad of cultural, educational and entertainment activities, have positioned the festival as the a premier event for Ibero-american cinema.

    The festival has grown due to the continuous support of the University of Guadalajara, the Mexican Film Institute (Imcine), the National Council for Culture and the Arts (Conaculta), the State Government of Jalisco, and the cities of Guadalajara and Zapopan.

Awards

Audience Award

Best Ibero-America Short and Rigoberto Mora Award

Best Script

Best Short Film

Best Short Film - Special Mention

Canal22 Best Ibero-American Film Award

Children Choice Award

DICINE Award

Doculatente

Europa Nuevas Tendencias

FEISAL Award

FIPRESCI Prize

Films in Construction Competition

Ibero-America Competition

Lifetime Achievement Award

MEZCAL Award

Mayahuel Award

Minerva Award

National Critics Award

National Critics Award - Honorable Mention

OCIC Award

OCIC Award - Special Mention

PREMIO MAGUEY

Premo Signis Award

Press Award

Special Jury Award

Special Mention

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