...The awards announcement stated: "At a time when the dignity of the weakest human beings is trampled with impunity by politicians and legislators of numerous civilized countries, movies seem to emerge that run against the current, celebrating the positive value of life, even in circumstances of extreme pain."
It continued: "And these are not militant, discursive or reactionary films, nor are they directed by pro-life leaders. They are heartfelt and poignant human stories that give testimony of the simple joy of living."....
The whole list of awards is at ZENIT.
I can personally recommend these two, as I have seen them. Both of them had to be brought into Cayman by the special efforts of private individuals. (i.e. not commercially.)