WarnerMedia Ibero-American Feature Film Award

 

The $10,000 WarnerMedia Ibero-American Feature Film Award, sponsored by WarnerMedia, is a prize given to a jury-selected best U.S. Hispanic or Ibero-American narrative feature film (60 min or longer) in the Official Selection, awarded to the lead producer (production company).

2021 WINNER

The Henry Rincón-directed film from Colombia, The City of Wild Beasts (La Ciudad de las Fieras), was a World Premiere at this year’s Festival and walked away with the $10,000 WarnerMedia Ibero-American Feature Film Award. The winning film was selected by jury members Leslie Cohen, Miguel Ángel Jiménez, and Ingride Santos, who won last year’s $5,000 Ibero-American Short Film Award.

2020 WINNER
Los Lobos, lead produced by Animal de Luz Films of Mexico and directed by Samuel Kishi.

Jury: Maxine Bailey, Agustina Chiraino and Leslie Cohen.

2019 WINNER
Bani Khoshnoudi’s Fireflies

2018 WINNER
Gustavo Rondon Cordova’s La Familia

2017 WINNER
Nely Reguera’s Maria (And Everybody Else)