The trench of infinite, the story of a mole who spends 33 years hiding from the franco dictatorship, won last night the award for best film at the 25th awards José María Forqué award, which awarded the producers of the film. The drama directed by Jose Mari Goenaga, Jon Garaño and Aitor Arregi, directors of Loreak and Handia, face to face as well as a favorite of the next installment of Goya. In the last seven editions have coincided the film chosen by the members of Egeda entity management of audiovisual producers rights, and the highest award of the Film Academy. The trench infinite has defeated Pain and glory, by Pedro Almodóvar; for the duration of the war, by Alejandro Amenábar, and Or burns, Oliver Laxe.
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In the scenario, the three award-winning directors and producers of this drama reminded how difficult it is to bring movies to theaters, which is where we want to see." On the red carpet with the Gold medal of Egeda, 2014 Agustín Almodóvar, clairvoyant, recalled that his brother Peter had never won at the Forqué. The losing streak continues. Pedro Almodovar didn't attend because it was in Los Angeles picking up two awards.
After three years of touring in Sevilla and Zaragoza, the awards returned to Madrid, in concrete in the Palacio Minucipal de Ifema. Submitted by Elena Sanchez -his third time - and Santiago Segura in the ceremony, bristling with musical numbers, also dished out seven other awards. Only one was known previously: the Egeda Gold Medal, which recognizes a career of support to the Spanish cinema, it was received by Gonzalo Suárez, one of the most interesting authors of the last half-century, with a filmography as extraordinary as unique.
as for the rest of the awards, the interpretation also seems to underline the way to the Goya, which will be delivered on the 25th of January in Malaga. The trophy for best actor went to Antonio Banderas, for his Salvador Mallo of Pain and glory. In his name, picked up the award the producer Agustín Almodóvar, as the malagueño was representing the musical A Chorus Line. The best actress fell in the Marta Nieto, a life-giving Mother, of Rodrigo Sorogoyen, to a woman tortured by the disappearance of his son. With the prize in hand, Nieto reminded the rest of the candidates and thanked the producers of his film, "brave and sensitivity delicate", as well as the rest of the producers of the Spanish cinema: "His talent and creativity is at the service of the talent and creativity of actresses like me." His speech ended with a "thank you for loving the film."expand photo Marta Nieto, with the award for best actress. carlos r. alvarez WireImage
'pan's labyrinth', best film of the 25 years of the awards Forqué
Egeda, the entity that presides Enrique Cerezo, decided to hand a special award to the best film in the 25 years we have been celebrating the awards. The producers had done a sieve, previous 24 previous winners (in reality, 25, because in 2018 there was an ex aequo between The author and The bookstore) and the quintet finalist (pan's labyrinth, Alone, Thesis, The island minimum and The good star) recognized the film by mexican Guillermo del Toro, a fable developed in the Spain of 1944, and that in his time he won three oscars and seven goyas.
in Addition, Cherry was awarded to the members of the Culture Commission of the Congress of Deputies, who presented the Law of Intellectual Property. The deputies went up to the stage and received the applause of the producers and a medal of Egeda.The mayor of Madrid, José Luis Martínez-Almeida, the actor Jesús Vidal and the president of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Diaz Ayuso, delivering one of the awards Juan Naharro Gimenez
The award to the Cinema in Education and Values took him Seventeen, by Daniel Sánchez Arévalo. They gave the actor winner of Goya Jesus Vidal, the mayor of Madrid, José Luis Martínez-Almeida, and the president of the Community of Madrid, which sponsored the event, Isabel Diaz Ayuso.
The rest of the awards went to the argentina odyssey of the giles, Sebastian Borensztein, starring Ricardo Darin and Chino Darín, as the best Latin american film; The swimmer, Paul Barce, as a short film, and Ara Malikian: a life between the ropes, the Cream Moreno, as best documentary. To collect the prize, the violinist, a lebanese living in Madrid Ara Malikian attacked the borders that go against "the life of the emigrants."
Gonzalo Suárez, a single creatorGonzalo Suárez, with the Gold medal of Egeda. Javier Lizón
Gonzalo Suárez (Oviedo, 85 years), a filmmaker unique, unparalleled in Spain, received the Gold Medal of Egeda last night, thanks to his singular filmography. After remembering his brother, the late director of photography-Carlos Suarez spoke to the producers. "I thought that perhaps were not going to agree on me, but I've always remembered them," he explained between laughs and jokes. "I respect very much the producers, a profession very difficult at times, because there was no more remedy," he said more seriously, and thanked Enrique Cerezo -"the owner of my films"- their conservation work in Spanish cinema. And finished his speech with a "finishes the preambles, since I don't have more to say, except to return to give thanks".
Suarez, who last February launched its animation film The dream of Malinche, it is in these moments by moving one of the five scripts that he wrote together with Sam Peckinpah. In its origin Transaction Double-Two was inspired by the real threat of an attack against Franco and Eisenhower. "It hurt not to film life Peckinpah," says the director of Dithyramb, Paddling in the wind, My name is shadow, or The detective and death. The script has changed, you have a producer, but it is not clear that it is going to lead the same to Suarez.Updated Date: 12 January 2020, 02:00