Jury and Awards



Porto/Post/Doc 2015 jury, composed by producers Beli Martinez and Sandro Florin, the programmer Cintia Gil, journalist Carmen Gray and the photographer Ines d'Orey - decided to award the following films:


(Award Atelier de Créateurs, by Associação Des Savoir-Faire)

Behemoth, Zhao Liang
2015 China / France, 95 '


Honorable mention
Exotica Erotica, Etc., of Evangelia Kranioti
2015, France, 73 '


(emergent filmmaker with less than 35 years; Artistic Residency at Moinho da Fonte Santa)
Teboho Edkins for Coming of Age
2015 South Africa/Lesotho/Germany, 63'


The jury Teenage consisting of thirteen students from various high schools in Porto, decided to award the following prize:

Behemoth, Zhao Liang
2015 China / France, 95 '



Beli Martínez
With a degree in Audiovisual Communication and Advertising and Public Relations, Beli Martínez (A Guarda, 1980) shares the production of documentaries - among which are Arraianos (Eloy Enciso, 2012), Vikingland (Xurxo Chirro, 2011) and Jet Lag (Eloy D . Serén, 2013) - with teaching at Escola de Imaxe e Son de A Coruña and the University of Vigo. She is preparing her doctoral thesis on the non-fiction cinema in Galicia.

Carmen Gray
Born in New Zealand but based in Berlin, Carmen Gray is film critic for prestigious publications such as The Guardian, The Observer, Sight & Sound, Screen International, The Calvert Journal, Senses of Cinema and cultural magazine of Estonia SIRP. She was also Dazed & Confused magazine's film editor. Currently she participates in the independent film team Wolf in Berlin and is part of the selection committee of the Critic’s Week of the Berlin Film Festival.

Cíntia Gil
She studied cinema at the Escola Superior de Teatro e Cinema and Philosophy (FLUP) where she joined the Research Group "Aesthetics, Politics and Art" and began a PhD thesis, having published and presented communications in several national and international academic contexts. Since 2011, she is programmer of Doclisboa, and since 2012 part of its direction board. She also programmed several retrospectives and initiated new programming projects and professional activities. She was part of juries in several film festivals, such as FID Marseille, Mar del Plata, among others.

Inês d’Orey
One of the most promising photographers of the new generation, Inês d’Orey was born in Porto in 1977 and studied photography at the London College of Printing in London. She has developed several photographic works, exhibiting and publishing both in Portugal and abroad. In 2007, she won the FNAC New Talent in Photography  Award. She is currently represented by Dear Sir agency and Presença Gallery.

Sandro Fiorin
Founder of the production and distribution company FiGa Films, based in Los Angeles, Sandro Fiorin has promoted and distributed Latin American content in North America, also representing that content in rest of the world. He grew up in Rio de Janeiro and studied at film schools in São Paulo (FAAP) and New York (New School). He has a long career in the film industry and has worked in companies such as the Film Forum, Universal and First Look Films.