In-Edit Festival closes an excellent edition and has become an international reference event.

Today marks the end of the 17th edition of the In-Edit Festival, which has once again filled the cinemas in Barcelona and Madrid with the best musical documentaries.

The Men’s Room, by directors Petter Sommer and Jo Vemund Svendsena, was awarded Best International Documentary.

In the National Panorama Section, Niños somos todos, directed by Sergi Cameron, was the winner for Best National Documentary, with special mention for the documentary Gay Mercader: El gran mercader del Rock and Roll directed by Montse Mompó and Pilar Ruiz Cruz.

On the other hand, Les Resilients by Cristina Madrid, is the Best Documentary Young Talent.

The public prize went to the inaugural documentary Everybody’s Everything, about Lil Peep.

A total of 49 documentaries, divided into 10 sections, have been screened in an edition that has confirmed the excellent level of production, both national and international, but also the support of an audience, which has again bet on the festival in a social moments that seemed unsuitable for cultural consumption.

In this sense, the organisation of the festival can only thank the almost 34,000 people who have decided to support the festival and the musical documentaries, including 4,000 in Madrid.

Also worthy of mention is the premiere of Octavas, the third production by Inedit Producciones and which, after the success of Parchís: the documentary, was one of the surprises of the festival.

The Festival team would like to take this opportunity to thank again our sponsors and all the people who have visited us in this edition and who have participated in it in some way.