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For the first time in the history of Open Doors Screenings, the Cinema&Gioventù jury will be entrusted with the task of assigning two important awards to the feature films and short filmsin the section. The jury, consisting of Isabella Corsini, Ludovico Romagnoli, Sara Luna Mobiglia, Malika Brigadoi, Ludovic Solioz, Manuel Gobet, Neva Kammeramann, Lydia Cuda and Zoé Lötscher, will give the award for the best short film, worth CHF 1,500, and the Environment is quality of life prize for the best feature film, worth CHF 2,000.
The jury consists of selected participants in the Cinema&Gioventù initiative, organized by Castellinaria – Festival del cinema giovane on behalf of the Dipartimento dell’educazione, della cultura e dello sport (DECS), with the support of Canton Ticino’s Dipartimento del Territorio (DT) for the Environment is quality of life prize.
The educational initiative of the Festival is aimed at students aged between 18 and 21 . Among the participants of Cinema&Gioventù are designated the youth juries called to evaluate the official competitions of the Locarno Film Festival.