El Premio iberoamericano de cine Fénix®, organizado por Cinema23 –asociación que promueve y difunde la cultura cinematográfica de América Latina, España y Portugal– invita a la industria cinematográfica y de series de televisión de Iberoamérica a registrar sus obras y participar en su quinta edición, la cual se transmitirá en vivo y en directo por televisión a más de 30 países.
These are the Fénix Award categories: (Note that each category has a maximum number of five nominations, except for the fiction feature category, which has seven.)
To be elegible for Fénix awards, films must meet all these following requirements:
The Selection and Nomination Committee is made up of Iberoamerican film scholars, researchers, critics, programmers, promoters, and festival directors, who are convened based on their work and career paths. Also professional from the international film industry such as directors and festival programers.The process to determine the winners of the Fénix Film Awards® is divided into three stages: Pre-selection by country, Nomination (Phase I and Phase II), and Voting.Insc
Serán considerados elegibles los largometrajes documentales que cumplan con las siguientes características:
Las categorías de largometraje documental son:
The Fenix® Awards will now recognize TV series and/or digital platforms as part of their annual programming.
Each category will have a maximum of five nominations.
<li>Ensemble acting (up to five actors and actresses)</li>
Series will be considered eligible if they meet the following criteria:
<li>A series is defined as a set of episodes with a continuous plot, story, and characters presented under the same title and with continuity in the pr
<li>Awards for series are designed for companies and regions from the Iberoamerican region (Latin America, Spain, and Portugal). As a result, those productions from countries beyond the Iberoamerican region are ineligible—except for co-productions, whether financial or technical in nature, with a country from this region.</li>
<li><strong>Series filmed at least 60% in an Iberoamerican country.</strong></li>
<li>Series that have been broadcast in the Iberoamerican region on TV: public television, private television, cable television, or any international or local SVOD or TVOD platform. Series broadcast on any form of social media or AVOD digital platform or catch-up TV will not be accepted.</li>
<li>Series that have been premiered between June 1, 2017 and May 31, 2018. Those series that have released at least their first episode by May 31, 2018 will be considered.</li>
<li>Series with a minimum total of six episodes and a maximum total of 26 episodes per season.</li>
<li>Series with a duration of no less than 80 minutes and no less than 20 minutes.</li>
<li>Series premiered in more than one country in the region via channels or platforms.</li>
<li>Documentary series, teleseries, miniseries, soap operas, reality shows, animated series, or children’s series will not be considered.</li>
Nominations will be determined by persons primarily associated with the television industry or with Iberoamerican television production companies. Other experts take part in the selection, nomination, and voting committees. All such individuals are affiliated with cinema23.
To carry out the selection, nominations, and voting, the Fenix® Awards organization must receive two episodes, which will be:
<li>The pilot episode.</li>
<li>The episode chosen by the showrunner or producer according to the categories in which he/she wishes to participate.</li>