Press review for I Shot My Love
«I shot my love», long winner in Zinegoak
The Gay-Lesbian-Trans Bilbao International Film Festival ended yesterday its 8th edition in which the long "I shot my love" (documentary) and "Sasha" (fiction) were awarded in addition to the short film "Always choose face" , award-winning documentary by the public.
Zinegoak, Gay-Lesbian-Trans Bilbao Film Festival ended yesterday its eighth edition, with the prizegiving ceremony that was held last night during the gala-party at the Multibox EiTB venue. The competition, that for the first time included performing arts, while exceeding five thousand spectators, has been considered to be "a total and absolute success".
The International Jury, composed by Laura copens (Berlin), Anna Boluda (Barcelona) and Mikel Rueda (Bilbo), decided to award the Prize for Best Feature Film to the film "Sasha" of Dennis Todorovic (Germany, 2010), national release in Zinegoak, and a Special Mention to "Einayim Petukhoth" of Haim Tabakman (Israel-Germany-France, 2009) also awarded by the Best Feature Film Script. The award for Best Feature Documentary was given to the film "I shot my love" by Tomer Heymann (Israel-Germany, 2010), and a special mention, in this section too, for "Difficult Love" by Peter Goldstmid and Zanele Muholi (South Africa, 2010), European premiere at Zinegoak, that has also been awarded the Prize of Lesbianism and Gender endowed with 1,500 euros.