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Hubert Sauper's Darwin's Nightmare Head-on, Javier Bardem, Imelda Staunton: European Film Awards 2004 European Film Academy Documentary – Prix Arte Aileen: Life And Death Of A Serial Killer by Nick Broomfield & Joan Churchill / UK * Darwin's Nightmare by Hubert Sauper / Austria / France / Belgium Die SPIELWÜTIGEN (Addicted to Acting) by Andres Veiel / Germany La Pelota Vasca, La Piel Contra La Piedra (Basque Ball, Skin Against Stone) by Julio Medem / Spain Le Monde Selon Bush (The World According to Bush) by William Karel / France Mahssomim (Checkpoint) by Yoav Shamir / Israel The Last Victory by John Appel / The Netherlands Touch The Sound by Thomas Riedelsheimer / Germany / UK / Finland European Film Academy Short Film – Prix Uip * Prix Uip Ghent: J'attendrai le suivant… by Philippe Orreindy / France Prix Uip Valladolid: Les Baisers des Autres by Carine Tardieu / France Prix Uip Angers: Poveste La Scara "C" by Cristian Nemescu / Romania Prix Uip Berlin: Un Cartus De Kent Si Un Pachet De Cafea »
- Andre Soares
Te doy mis ojos (Take My Eyes) is a drama/romance directed by Iciar Bollain and jointly written by Iciar Bollain and Alicia Luna. The film stars Laia Marull, and Luis Tosar, and is about a woman who suffers abuse from a husband whom she still dearly loves.
The beginning of the film says it all: Pilar (Marull) scrambling about her apartment, waking her son from his sleep, with her hand trembling and grabbing anything she could in a short amount of time. When trying to hail a cab was not successful, she and her son took a bus. It was not until she made it to her sister Ana’s (Candela Pena) house; she breaks into tears—she was still in her house shoes. The next day, her sister goes to the apartment to retrieve some of their clothes and sees medical notices of injuries Pilar had suffered. When »
Sunday February 13th was quite the awards jam. Nicole Kidman was jamming to Katy Perry at the Grammys, Helena Bonham Carter was being crowned at BAFTA, and Javier Bardem was in Madrid winning The Goya to add to his huge statue haul.
Does Penélope Cruz know where his lips have been? He loves to kiss his trophies.
Javiin 2011 with his Goya; Javi in 2008 with his Oscar
'Oh to be a slab of stone / gold plating!' shriek millions of fans in unison.
Javier has won plentiful awards over the years for his in arguable screen presence and acting gift: one Oscar, one BAFTA, one Golden Globe, one Spirit Award, one "actor" from SAG, one Nbr, two Volpi cups from Venice, two European Film Awards, two Gothams, two ADIRCAEs (no, I don't know what that is either) and numerous critics prizes. But it's at the Goyas, the Spanish Oscars, where he reigns supreme. »
- NATHANIEL R
Francesc Colomer in Agustí Villaronga's Black Bread Álex de la Iglesia Speech: Goyas 2011 Whereas Álex de la Iglesia's A Sad Trumpet Ballad won only two — Best Visual Effects and Best Makeup and Hair — of its fifteen Goya 2011 nominations, Agustí Villaronga's Pa negre / Black Bread won nine of its fourteen nods, among them Best Film, Best Director, Best Adapted Screenplay (also Villaronga), and Best Actress (Nora Navas). Based on a novel by Emili Teixidor, the Catalan-spoken family drama is set in the aftermath of the Spanish Civil War. Most Promising Actor Francesc Colomer plays an 11-year-old whose family life has been deeply scarred by the war. Black Bread also earned Laia Marull the Best Supporting Actress Goya. Javier Bardem picked up his fifth Goya — fourth in the Best Actor category — this time for his Oscar-nominated performance as a dying con man in Alejandro González Iñárritu's Biutiful. [...] »
- Andre Soares
Black Bread, Buitful, and the other winners of the 2011 Goya Awards (Premios Goyas) have been announced. The 25th Annual Goya Awards “known in Spanish as los Premios Goya, are Spain’s main national film awards, considered by many in Spain, and internationally, to be the Spanish equivalent of the American Academy Awards.” The full listing of the 2011 Goya Awards (Premios Goyas) winners is below.
Pa negre (Black Bread)
David Pinillos, Bon Apetit
Marina Comas, »
2010 was the weakest year at the Spanish box office in a decade – proof that the films with the most box office potential fell flat. Actually, very few have performed decently. Ironically the biggest flops and the most coldly received by critics films are the ones top lining the nominations for this year's Spanish Academy Awards, the Goyas. Alex de la Iglesia's “Balada Triste de Trompeta” gathered 15 nominations, including Best Film, Best Director, Best Original Screenplay, Best Actor (Antonio De La Torre), Best Supporting Actress (Terele Pávez) and Best Newcomer Actress (Carolina Bang). “Pan Nere” follows with 14 nominations, the surprise hit by Agustí Villaronga will compete for Best Film, Best Director, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Supporting Actor (Sergi López), Best Actress (Nora Navas), Best Newcomer Actor (Francesc Colomer) and Best Supporting Actress (Laia Marull). Following Agustí Villaronga's film we find “También la Lluvia” by Icíar Bollaín with 13 nominations fighting for Best Film, »
6 items from 2011
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