On June 20, ended the 43rd Huesca International Film Festival. Special mention went to the film "Super Unit" by Teresa Czepiec.

The festival in the sunny Spain has been organised since 1973. It is one of the oldest festivals, at which short films are shown, in this country. It is in the documentary film competition that the film "Super Unit" by Teresa Czepiec was given the special mention. The film was appreciated by the jury for mathematical depiction of the labyrinth, inhabited every day by over 3000 people, as well as for the references to the achievements of the cinema.

Super Unit is a huge block of flats designed  as "machine for living."  On 15 floors of the building, up to 13 thousand people can live. The lift stops every third floor, so the inhabitants have to go through a real labyrinth of corridors and stairs to reach their flats. The main protagonists of the film are people living inside the Super Unit and experiencing important moments of their lives there. Here, their emotions pulsate, expectations are born and dreams come true ... or not.

The full list of award-winners is available on the festival's website.