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Carmen et Lola trionfa a Cinespaña

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- Il primo lungometraggio di Arantxa Echevarría ha vinto la Violetta d'Oro per il miglior film, il premio della miglior interpretazione maschile e il premio del pubblico

Carmen et Lola trionfa a Cinespaña
Arantxa Echevarría ritira la Violetta d'Oro del miglior film per Carmen et Lola (© Cinespaña)

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Carmen & Lola [+leggi anche:
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 by Arantxa Echevarría has pulled off a hat-trick on the winners’ list of the 23rd Cinespaña Festival in Toulouse. Originally unveiled in the Cannes Directors’ Fortnight, the director’s feature debut has now garnered praise in Toulouse and snagged the Golden Violet for Best Film, the Best Actor Award (for Moreno Borja) and the Audience Award. Sold by Latido Films, the movie will be distributed in France from 14 November on, courtesy of Eurozoom.

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The fiction feature competition also singled out Sunday’s Illness [+leggi anche:
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 by Ramón Salazar (Best Screenplay for the filmmaker himself and Best Actress for both Bárbara Lennie and Susi Sánchez) and Jean-François and the Meaning of Life [+leggi anche:
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 by Sergi Portabella (crowned Best Director and also honoured with the Best Score Award, for the work of Gerard Pastor). Lastly of note is the Best Cinematography Award scooped by Lara Vilanova for her efforts on Thirty Souls [+leggi anche:
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intervista: Diana Toucedo
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In the competitive New Directors section at this 23rd edition of Cinespaña, victory was claimed by Formentera Lady [+leggi anche:
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by Pau Durà, with a Special Mention going to Ana by Day [+leggi anche:
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by Andrea Jaurrieta. Finally, on the documentary side, it was Alberto García-Alix. La línea de sombra [+leggi anche:
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intervista: Nicolás Combarro
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 by Nicolás Combarro that came out on top, while a Special Mention was bestowed upon Lo que dirán by Nila Núñez Urgell.

Here is the complete list of winners:

Fiction feature competition

Golden Violet for Best Film
Carmen & Lola [+leggi anche:
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intervista: Arantxa Echevarría
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 - Arantxa Echevarría (Spain)

Best Director Award
Sergi Portabella - Jean-François and the Meaning of Life [+leggi anche:
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 (Spain/France)

Best Actress Award
Bárbara Lennie and Susi Sánchez – Sunday’s Illness [+leggi anche:
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intervista: Ramón Salazar
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]
 (Spain)

Best Actor Award
Moreno Borja - Carmen & Lola

Best Screenplay Award
Ramón Salazar – Sunday’s Illness

Best Score Award 
Gerard Pastor - Jean-François and the Meaning of Life

Best Cinematography Award 
Lara Vilanova – Thirty Souls [+leggi anche:
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intervista: Diana Toucedo
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]
 (Spain)

New Directors competition

Best New Director Award 
Pau Durà - Formentera Lady [+leggi anche:
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 (Spain)

Special Mention 
Andrea Jaurrieta - Ana by Day [+leggi anche:
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 (Spain/France)

Documentary competition

Best Documentary Award
Alberto García-Alix. La línea de sombra [+leggi anche:
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intervista: Nicolás Combarro
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 - Nicolás Combarro (Spain)

Special Mention
Lo que dirán - Nila Núñez Urgell (Spain)

Other awards

Audience Award 
Carmen & Lola - Arantxa Echevarría

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