Maite Fandos, president of the Fundació Barcelona Olímpica, was the person that gave the Ánfora Ciudad de Barcelona to the best film in the third edition of the BCN Sports Film Festival to FROM THE STREETS TO THE FIELDS by the Catalan production Cafetera Productions and directed by Carlos Sánchez-Llibre and Josep Badel.

Maite Fandos spotlighted the importance of the fact that Catalan productions as La Cafetera is a reference in the audiovisual world. Also wished them good luck in the FICTS final that will take place in October in Milan where they will represent the Barcelona Festival. 

The special award of the jury – composed by Andrea Trepat, actress and winner of the AISGE award; Beatrice Coletti, director of BABEL TV; Bruno Delay, executive producer and founder of the International Surf Film Festival; Ot Pi, 12 occasions winner of the world of bikretrial; Paloma del Río, director of sports programmes of TVE 1 and Tue Steen Müller, award Danish Roos 2004 – was for the English film HANNAH by Sergio Cruz.  

The BCN Sports Film Festival is distinguished by their diversity of prizes: 

The award BABEL TV to the best picture in Sports and Integration

UNE ÂME VOILÉE, by Sylvain Bresson de Francia. 

Beatrice Coletti, directed of BABEL TV, gave the prize to Benoît Parrot, producer of the film.

The award  to the best Aventure production

A GREAT MACEDONIAN, by Renato Giuliani, Italian.

Ivan Cabrera, directed of 3D DOGVILLE festival was responsible for giving the prize to the director Renato Giuliani.  

The award  to the best Catalan production.

ENCORDADES, a production of the Facultad de Comunicación Blanquerna directed by Gerard Montero.

Francesco Chitterio, Secretary General of the International Festivals Committee of the FICTS was responsible for giving the prize to productor Carlos Brias

The award to the best documental

BARCELONA 92: DONDE TODO EMPEZÓ by Informe Robinson de Canal +.

Juli Pernas, director of the Fundació Barcelona Olímpica, gave the prize to Román Escoda, of Canal +.

The award to the best film about Sport and Solidarity

MISSING, a co-production between Jordania and United Kingdom, directed by Tariq Rimawi and produced by the International Film School of Wales. 

Sergi Agustí, winner of the first Edition of the BCN Sports Film Festival gave the prize to Yooni Yoon Soon, representing the author.

The award Casanova Jodo to the best picture in Extrem Sport, that was a Go Pro Hd Hero 960 camera.

BELIVE I CAN FLY, french, Raoul Rodríguez take the prize from the hands of Agustí Argelich, director of the BCN Sports Film Festival.

 The award to the best animation film

GRAND PRIX, catalan, by Marc Orilla and Anna Solanas. 

The Microgestión company, gave the prize to Marc Riba and Anna Solanas, both catalan.  

The award to the best report

FINO AJO’ULTIMO ROUND, an Italian production directed by Giacomo Frignani and Paolo Santolini

Bárbara Destefanis, directed of Nikita Distribution gave the prize to Sara D’Amico, representing the director.

The award FILMETS Badalona Film Festival to the human and sport values, gentleness by the city council of Badalona.

SOUFIAN, EL NEN QUE VOLIA VOLAR, by Xavi Torres, Santi Padró, Bernat Miró and Jesús Muñoz, a production of TV3 Televisió of Catalunya.

David Gómez Villar, Regidor de Serveis Socials i Salut de l’Ajuntament of Badalona, gave the prize to the producers.

Award to the best short film

AQUADETTES, by the norteamerican Zackary Canepari and Drea Cooper, of SLIM PICTURES, California.

Esther Marqués, directed of the production company FILMETS BADALONA FILM, gave the prize to Sofia Just, representing the directors.  

 Award to the best fiction film

Le Maillot de Cristiano de Vicent Bruno, Belgium.

Teresa Agullo, of Fudació Barcelona Olímpica gave the prize to Bibiana Schonhöffer.

 The prize to the Spot winner competition of 1000 euros was for César Pérez and Antón Corbal, two young catalan filmmakers.