Les Prix Feroz glorifient Pedro Almodovar
par Alfonso Rivera
- Douleur et gloire a triomphé, avec six prix, à la 7e cérémonie dee Prix de l'Association des informateurs cinématographiques d'Espagne, qui s'est tenue hier soir à Madrid
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With her dazzling aura, Penélope Cruz, the most famous resident of Alcobendas, a city just outside Madrid, shone bright last night during the ceremony for the seventh Feroz Awards, which are handed out every year by the Spanish Association of Film Journalists - AICE. Coincidentally, the ceremony took place in her home town, and there, her friend, maestro Pedro Almodóvar, comfortably came out on top with his latest work, Pain & Glory [+lire aussi :
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Q&A : Pedro Almodóvar
fiche film], which bagged six trophies: Best Drama Film, Best Supporting Actress (Julieta Serrano), Best Director, Best Screenplay, Best Lead Actor (Antonio Banderas) and Best Original Score (Alberto Iglesias, who previously snagged the same prize exactly one year ago, for Quién te cantará [+lire aussi :
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In one of his acceptance speeches, “Pedro the Great” – as he is called by some of his legions of fans – pointed out that the Feroz was the first award that his most recent film (which is in the running for two Oscars at the impending edition) has pocketed on its own merits in Spain. Let’s not forget that at the recent Forqué Awards, it was only Banderas who was recognised for his work in the feature (see the news).
Without a doubt, the other big winner of last night was Enric Auquer, who took two gongs home to his native Catalonia: Best Supporting Actor for both a film and a television series. These extremely well-deserved trophies thus went to the big breakthrough talent of last year, who gave incredible performances in Eye for an Eye [+lire aussi :
interview : Paco Plaza
fiche film], the brilliant movie by Paco Plaza, as well as in the entertaining series Vida perfecta (read the review) by Leticia Dolera.
In addition to an honorary prize for siblings Julia and Emilio Gutiérrez Caba, the 2020 Feroz Awards showered praise upon Belén Cuesta as Best Lead Actress (for The Endless Trench [+lire aussi :
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fiche film]), illustrator Miguel Navia for the nostalgia-tinged poster for El crack cero [+lire aussi :
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fiche film] and Miguel Ángel Trudu – who also won this statuette one year ago – for his part in creating the trailer for Adiós [+lire aussi :
interview : Paco Cabezas
fiche film], the murky thriller by Seville-born Paco Cabezas.
The (Silent) War [+lire aussi :
fiche film], a western directed by Alfonso Cortés-Cavanillas, picked up the Special Feroz Award for a movie deserving of a better run in commercial cinemas. Meanwhile, Advantages of Travelling by Train [+lire aussi :
fiche film] by Aritz Moreno was voted Best Comedy of 2019, and The Hidden City [+lire aussi :
interview : Víctor Moreno
fiche film], the fascinating doc by Víctor Moreno, was crowned Best Documentary. Lastly, it is worth noting that last night’s event was attended by the new Minister of Culture and Sport, José Manuel Rodríguez Uribes, who was recently appointed to the position by Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez.
Here is the list of award winners:
Pedro Almodóvar – Pain & Glory
Best Lead Actor
Antonio Banderas – Pain & Glory
Best Supporting Actress
Julieta Serrano – Pain & Glory
Pedro Almodóvar – Pain & Glory
Best Original Score
Pain & Glory – Alberto Iglesias
Julia Gutiérrez Caba and Emilio Gutiérrez Caba
(Traduit de l'espagnol)
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