The sorority came with the speech of Eva Llorach, as a revelation actress: "We are few, but the cinema can change things and make a more egalitarian world". And he continued with Arantxa Echevarría, when he picked up the award as best novel director: "The maturity of a society is measured by the place that women occupy in it. So we have to think a lot if Spain is mature enough. " Echevarría, future of Spanish cinema, has claimed more support to confirm what this award aims for.
The director of Carmen and Lola has claimed for equality, diversity and freedom in the face of a society that seems to go backwards with the rise of the extreme right. "I want to dedicate this film, which is about love, to all those who do not allow to love the different, those who are not capable of putting themselves in the shoes of the minority and the different, those who do not believe that a law of violence of gender, those who believe that LGTBI groups do not need support, those who think that abortion and sex change are not part of public health. I want to dedicate it to them so that, please, they go to see a movie of lesbians, gypsies and women. Let's see if something moves them, "said the director, who with her film had already won the award for best supporting actress, for Carolina Yuste.
"When we are given the voice, things like Carmen and Lola, that make this world a more holy place, "said Yuste, who thanked Echevarría to teach him to love and to be free. These speeches have been the auction to a gala that started with the red fans stamped with the motto: "Not one less" and in which more recognition and work for the actresses was claimed.