The Malaga-born actress and singer Pepa Flores, artistically known as Marisol, will not go tonight to pick up the 2020 Goya of Honor awarded by the Film Academy. Instead, their daughters Maria and Celia will come to collect the award. “Today is the Spanish film festival and my sister Celia and I cannot be more proud to represent my mother,” said María Esteve in a post on her Instagram account. The artist's daughter has highlighted the “so beautiful” recognition that “with so much love” is awarded by the Academy and “that makes her so excited”. "Congratulations Pepita !. 'You deserve it! ”, He celebrated.
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Today is the festival of Spanish cinema and my sister Celia and I can not be more proud to represent my mother and collect in her name that recognition so beautiful that the academy gives her so much affection and that she is so excited, which is the Goya of honor. Congratulations Pepita! You deserve it! . . # awardsgoya2020 #goyadehonor # cineespañol @academiadecine
On the other hand, Celia Flores has pointed out that they respect the "peace" of the singer and actress from Malaga and that she "magnifies" her "firmness". "Even more we admire your values and we want you to shine more strongly, but in the place of calm you have chosen," he said. “That is why Pepita is an honor for my sister María and for me to go and pick up the Goya of Honor in your name that the Academy delivers with such love and truth. With all our respect and love, always ”, has published the daughter of Pepa Flores. The Film Academy has recognized Pepa Flores "her unforgettable performances and for being one of the most beloved actresses and remembered by the public."
The 2020 Goya Awards ceremony will take place in his hometown, Malaga, this Saturday. Among his films, he highlights his work in productions directed by Juan Antonio Bardem, Carlos Saura and Mario Camus, under whose orders he filmed ‘The days of the past’, a work that earned him the award for best female performance at the Karlovy Vary Festival.