TIKINÓ International Audiovisual Festival is a premier event that has been showcasing films tackling societal issues since 2014. Each year, the festival brings together a diverse selection of powerful and thought-provoking films that shine a light on some of the world's most pressing challenges. From climate change to inequality, culture and community, Exclusion and marginalization, Minorities, culture shock and integration and racism, this festival is a platform for meaningful conversations and inspiring action.
With a proud history of eight years, TIKINÓ International Audiovisual Festival continues to attract filmmakers and audiences from around the world for its impactful screenings, engaging discussions, and impactful workshops. Join us this year for another edition of this seminal festival, dedicated to promoting a more conscious and just world.
The following prizes will be awarded
First Prize TIKINÓ endowed with 1,000 euros and a trophy.
“Tikino Female Director” Award, with an endowment of 750 euros, for a work in which the director/producer is a female filmmaker.
"Best Music Video" Award with an endowment of 500 euros and a trophy.
RTVA Award for European audiovisual creation, without financial endowment, consisting of the delivery of the 'EL DILEMA' trophy, which will be awarded to the best work presented in whose creation, realization or production process European companies or creators have participated.
3 second prizes of 125 euros each for works of special informative interest.
Tax withholdings will be applied to the prizes according to the regulations in force at the time of granting.
Works of any fiction or non-fiction genre may be submitted.
Feature films must have a minimum runtime of 60mins and short films must have a maximum runtime of 30mins
The works will be in English/Spanish or in any other language with subtitles in English/Spanish.
The registration and submission period ends in February 2024. The works will be submitted online via FilmFreeway only.
The jury will be made up of representatives of the organizing and collaborating entities and of people related to audiovisuals and the Roma community and culture. The organizing team may make a pre-selection of the works presented if it deems it necessary. The jury's decision will be made public before.
The organization may use up to 3 minutes of each work for promotional purposes of the contest. The projection or viewing is also authorized on the days close to the awards ceremony of the works presented. Participants are advised to obtain all necessary rights to the work in advance.
Participation in this contest implies acceptance of these bases and the decisions of the organization. The organization of the contest reserves the right to resolve any issue not provided for in these rules.