Davinia Burgos has been part of the jury of the awards given by the X Festival de Cortometrajes contra la Violencia de Género de la Diputación Provincial de Jaén which has been held from 9th to 12th November. This participation is part of the Andalusian representation of the Asociación de Mujeres Cineastas y de Medios Audiovisuales (CIMA) in this event. The list of winners of this festival includes Harta by Julia de Paz with the first prize, Mama by Pablo de la Chica with the second prize, the award for best director for Totem Loba by Verónica Echegui, the awards for best short film Jaenícola and Canal Sur to the Andalusian audiovisual creation for La cajera by Amada Santos and the special prize of the jury for Suelta by Javier Pereira. These works have been selected among the 14 films that have been present in the official section and that have been the result of a call for entries that has received 212 short films from more than 111 directors and 102 directors from fourteen countries such as the United States, Russia, France, Portugal, Argentina, Mexico or Iran.
The awards ceremony was attended by the first vice-president and deputy for Equality and Social Welfare, Francisca Medina; the deputy for Youth, Pilar Lara and the director of the festival, Alicia Pardina, at the Darymelia Theatre last Saturday. In this way, they underlined how this event aims to make visible the different forms of sexual, vicarious or economic violence suffered by women through audiovisuals. Subsequently, the jury awarded the prizes and screened the finalist films. Davinia Burgos presented the award to Verónica Echegui as part of the jury.