April 19, 2021

The great films of the Goya Awards, with EL PAÍS | Culture

The great films of the Goya Awards, with EL PAÍS | Culture

The past 2 February was celebrated in Seville the 33rd edition of the Goya Awards, delivery in which, every year, the Film Academy recognizes the best films. EL PAÍS joins this celebration of the film industry with the collection Goya Cinema 2019 that makes a compilation of 18 titles of films highlighted by these awards. His first delivery arrives this Sunday, February 17, to the kiosks and to the web of EL PAÍS collections for 9.95 euros. Each week you can get a new tape.

The collection starts with The shadow of the law, directed by Dani de la Torre, whose setting in the Barcelona of the twenties has achieved three of the six recognitions to which he chose: Best Direction of Photography, for Josu Incháustegui, Best Art Direction for Juan Pedro de Gaspar and Best Design for Wardrobe for Clara Bilbao. This film offers a journey through time through an x-ray of the socio-political panorama of the city. The protagonists stand out in the cast: the actors Luis Tosar Y Michelle Jenner.

The first deliveries

one. The shadow of the law. 2/17/2019

two. Carmen and Lola. 02/24/2019

3. Cold war. 03/03/2019

Four. The photographer of Mauthausen. 03/10/2019

5. Trip to a mother's room. 03/17/2019

6 Who will sing to you? 03/24/2019

7 Dogs. 03/31/2018

8 Errementari. 04/07/2019

9 The party. 04/14/2019

10 The night of 12 years. 04/21/2019

Another of the winners of this edition that is included in Goya Cinema 2019 is Carmen and Lola, from the debutant Arantxa Echevarría. Although she only won two of the eight nominations she started with, she won some of the most valued prizes: Best New Director and Best Supporting Actress, for Carolina Yuste, who plays Paqui, a friend of the young protagonists.

The collection will also have The night of 12 years, directed by Álvaro Brechner, awarded with the Goya for Best Adapted Screenplay. The film, based on real events, tells the story of three prisoners who were isolated more than a decade during the Uruguayan dictatorship in the seventies. The cast is formed by Chino Darín, Alfonso Tort and Antonio de la Torre, nominated for the Goya for Best Supporting Actor.

The list of films highlighted in this award ceremony Goya, which is included in the EL PAÍS collection, also includes Who will sing to you, of Carlos Vermut; The photographer of Mauthausen, from Mar Taragona; Between two waters, of Isaki Lacuesta; Notes for a robbery movie, of Leon Siminiani and Trip to a mother's room, by Celia Rico.


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