In 2018, the review turns into an international festival by publishing a call for awareness spots, short films, docu-films and short films for young authors with the certainty that this was the right way to raise attention on the rare community.
More than 900 authors and directors from 140 countries all over the world responded to this first Call for Proposals, and the participation of the public and the Patients’ Associations at the two shows has also confirmed the success of the idea. In this edition, the commercial #limitizeroa project dedicated to children and young adults with hemophilia, created by the Osservatorio Malattie Rare in collaboration with the Istituto Europeo di Design di Milano, with the collaboration of Fondazione Paracelso, FedEmo and Aice, thanks to the unconditioned contribution of Sobi Italia.
The aim was to build, along with the children, a new image of the disease, which is so unfamiliar to the new generations. The quality jury, chaired by Cinzia Th Torrini and consisting of experts from both the world of entertainment and rare diseases, was introduced.
This edition was supported by the unconditional contribution of BIOGEN, SHIRE and SOBI The quality of the artworks featured in this edition was so high that there were several ex-aequo among the winners, to which were added special prizes, for the first time the award Premio per la Comunicazione USR-FERPI and the popular jury prize.
The most voted finalists
- Duration: 6’45”
- Nationality: Israel
- Gender: International Short film
- Tag: #barrierearchitettoniche, #disabilities, #vincitore2018