Los Lunes al Sol wins Writers’ Awards
- Spanish Oscar candidate wins 6 of the 10 awards at the 59th Writers' Club Awards while and Polanski's The Pianist wins best foreign film
Los Lunes al sol [+see also:
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The other winners were Julio D-Wallovits and Roger Gaul for the debut feature Smoking room: respectively best newcomer and editing, and José Luis Garci for Historia de un beso won best photography: composer Alberto Iglesias for his original score for Almodovar’s Hable Con Ella [+see also:
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