Alma López and Yolanda García win the 2020 Ibértigo script contest

The script contest of the 18th edition of Ibértigo. Ibero-American film sample, distinguishes as winners of this 2020 Alma López Patiño, Award for Best Screenplay for Knives Again; and Yolanda García Bordón, Award for Best Canary Screenplay for Twelve Asaltos. This contest arose with the aim, on the one hand, of promoting the literary creation of cinematographic scripts for short films, and on the other, promoting participation from the Archipelago by choosing the best Canary Islands script.

In addition, this year's call has broken participation record with a total of 141 scripts from various places; 39 from Latin America and the US; 65 from the peninsula and 37 from the islands.

The Best Screenplay Award, with an endowment of 300 gross euros for the screenplay Cuchillos otra vez. By Alma López Patiño, has been distinguished “for its freshness in its approach, its eminently dialoguing nature that accurately reflects the daily intimacy of its protagonists ”.

This 27-year-old girl has a degree in Fine Arts from the University of Cuenca. After finishing her studies, she moved to Madrid to do a Master in Creative Writing. Her first published novel The Volcano has won the Complutense Prize for Literature (2018). In the novel, the author rescues from oblivion the conversations, anecdotes, stories that are told in the margins to trace the story of a youth on the threshold of maturity.

Yolanda García Bordón's prize for the Best Canary Screenplay with an endowment of 300 gross euros for Twelve Rounds, was recognized for “its unusual story, which combines women and boxing, where an unwanted commission ends up directing the protagonist to discover herself herself ”. Its author was born in Madrid, but has lived in Gran Canaria since the age of 12. With a degree in Classical Philology, she has written for media such as La Tribuna de Canarias, El Día and Guadalajara 2000, or magazines such as Anarda, Láudano Magazine or ¿Qué́ Tal ?. In 2016, she won several times the weekly short story contest The size does matter from the Vergüenza Ajena bookstore and was a finalist in the Literary Battle of Eñe magazine, among other merits.


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