This 12th edition will be remembered for various highlights, such as the tribute to Frank Scheffer; the second edition of In-Edit Fast Forward; the development of activities such as In-Edit Radio Show, The Best of Bug or Cachitos a Cachitos; the continuity of our "online theater" In-Edit TV with 70% of the Festival films available on it and the consolidation of the Festival in Madrid, Bilbao, Pamplona. [Read more]
COMPLETE LIST OF WINNERS
BEST INTERNATIONAL DOCUMENTARY
Special Mention: Pete & Toshi Get a Camera
BEST NATIONAL DOCUMENTARY
Special Mention: I Need a Dodge! Joe Strummer On The Run
During the last ediction of Beefeater In-Edit we presented the magazine and blog In-Edit Beat. Some very interesting articles on Fela Kuti, Killing Joke and Kate Bush were published there during the days of the Festival. In-Edit Beat is going to be the online communication channel for In-Edit festivals around the world and will remain active throughout the year. There you'll be able to enjoy articles on music documentaries, as well as on music and on the culture that sorrounds it, everything from a genuinely In-Edit point of view.
Come and take a look, please.
LIST OF BEEFEATER IN-EDIT 2014 FILMS AVAILABLE ON IN-EDIT TV
(dates until when they are available)
As the Palaces Burn (until November 5th)
Autoluminescent: Rowland S. Howard (until November 4th)
Conducting Mahler (until November 12th)
Dexys: Nowhere is Home (until November 4th)
Europe in 8 bits (until November 8th)
Gabbers! (until November 9th)
Gozaran - Time Passing (until November 12th)
Helicopter String Quartet (until November 12th)
How to get out of the cage (until November 11th)
I Am Divine (until November 4th)
I Dream Of Wires (until November 7th)
I Need A Dodge! Joe Strummer on the run (until November 11th)
Jingle Bell Rocks! (until November 3rd)
Legends of Ska (until November 5th)
On the Road with Duke Ellington (until November 4th)
Pete and Toshi Get a Camera (until November 6th)
Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon (until November 7th)
Triunfo (until November 6th)
Tubular Bells: The Mike Oldfield Story (until November 6th)
Varese: the one all alone (until November 11th)
The next films ara going to be added permantently at In-Edit TV's catalogue.
We've reached 12 years and we're still playing. But hell, we're still kids. Once again, we've unfolded our documentaries over the tabletop of the cinemas, inviting to the game, all those that wanted to be part of our stories. And it's gone rally well. And we're happy. And we still haven't counted what the modern cultural industry calls results, which can seemingly only be measured in numbers. We have certainly sold more tickets than last year, and yes, we've grown exponentially considering the hypotenuse in the Multicines, even if the percentage of pink Smarties outweighed the blues, you know. But we're happy. Firstly, because we've seen how satisfied the audience is, enjoying a program that the international jury has decided to exemplify in American Interior awarding it the prize for best international documentary for this edition. What's more, another travel and music documentary, Pete and Toshi Get a Camera received a special mention from the jury. We're also satisfied with the growth of the national participation, whose jury decided to crown Un lloc on caure mort, the winning documentary in the official national section, and gave a special mention to I Need A Dodge! Joe Strummer On The Run. A set of four documentaries that we believe offer an appropriate summary of what Beefeater In Edit strives for – to go beyond, to mix genres, styles, perspectives and an overwhelming curiosity that permits us to go from Baltimore to Tehran, via Hostalric. We're also happy that Dani Granados' live radio show, the screenings of clips (Bug and Cachitos), the masterclasses, Fast Forward, the concerts, and everything we try in the name of offering something more than the same fixed image, has received the support of the audience. This fills us with great hope for the frontiers of the Festival's evolution – which continue growing on the internet through our new, designated blog (In-Edit Beat), as well as through the In-Edit TV formula. We're equally satisfied because we've started to be someone in the international sphere, and this year, more international documentaries have arrived than ever, films that have focused on Barcelona and Beefeater In Edit to present that film. And last but not least, we are very, very happy and grateful for the patience you've shown when we've made slip-ups and films have been delayed for technical reasons. And we're especially chuffed because we believe that the public and the city have made the festival their own. It's what we believed years ago when Beefeater In Edit was born: the festival would have a meaning. And, as our jury members affirmed on Friday night: "If you work really hard, sometimes things work out fine." Thank you to all of you. We'll see you in 2015. By then we will have forgotten our satisfaction and we'll be nervious and expectant again.
Beefeater In-Edit's Artistic Department