2022 edition: October 25th - November 6th
During the fifth edition, 69 international feature films were screened (Argentina, Brazil, China, Colombia, Denmark, Egypt, France, Germany, Italy, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, United Kingdom, United States, United Kingdom, Syria, Sweden, Turkey and Ukraine) and 13 professional activities took place in 20 different venues (between screening and training venues). In addition, there was once again 1 online channel on FILMIN and 1 on television, on the local channel 8madrid TV. As a novelty, the festival had 3 new venues: Biblioteca Nacional de España, Centre Cultural-Llibreria Blanquerna and Cines Verdi.
The Focus Section was dedicated to films from the Netherlands.
Results: 5,411 attendees in person, with 4,696 spectators at the screenings -8 SOLD OUTS-, 532 attendees at the professional and training activities, 31 at the press conference and 152 professionals at the networking meetings with 2,329 online viewers; 7,975 online views on the FILMIN channel and 58,000 viewers on 8madrid TV. A total of 73,715 between those attending in person and the online audience.
In terms of media impact, in 2022 the festival recorded an increase of 34% over the previous year, with a total of 377 press impacts, an audience of 663,935,133 and a 29% increase in its economic value, amounting to a total of €1,565,481.
Premio a una Trayectoria Profesional 2022 del Festival Cine por Mujeres Madrid. Isabel Coixet, directora
Premio a la Mejor Película 2022 del Festival Cine por Mujeres Madrid. Estación Catorce (México), de Diana Cardozo
Premio a la Mejor Película Española 2022 del Festival Cine por Mujeres Madrid. Cinco Lobitos, de Alauda Ruiz de Azúa
2021 edition: October 27th - November 7th
Outstanding career in the film industry Award: Cecilia Bartolomé, pioneer of Spanish cinema.
Best Movie Award: Un Monde (Belgium), by Laura Wandel.
Best Spanish Movie Award: Once Upon a Place, by Cèlia Novis.
2020 edition: November 4th - 15th
Outstanding career in the film industry Award: Eva Valiño, film sound designer.
Jury Award: The Orphanage (Afganistan) by Shahrbanoo Sadat.
Best Spanish Film Award: Rol & Rol by Chus Gutiérrez.
2019 edition: March 25th - 31st
Outstanding career in the film industry Award: Teresa Font, editor.
Jury Award: Fig Tree (Israel) by Alamork Davidian.
IBERIA public Award: The Kindergarten Teacher (EEUU) by Sara Colangelo.
Blogos de oro Award: Fig Tree (Israel) by Alamork Davidian 2018.
2018 edition: April 4th - 8th
Outstanding career in the film industry Award: Belén Atienza, producer.
Jury Award: The Breadwinner (Ireland) by Nora Twomey.