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Spain reigns at 15th EFA nods

9 December 2002 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

ROME -- Pedro Almodovar's powerful melodrama on romantic love and solitude, Hable Con Ella (Talk to Her), was the big winner at the 15th European Film Awards, scooping up five nods, including best film, best director and best screenwriter. "I have to share these (prizes) with all Spanish cinema," a visibly moved Almodovar said upon receiving the statuette for best film in Rome's Teatro dell'Opera on Saturday. Talk to Her also won a People's Choice award for best actor for star Javier Camara -- who in the film plays Benigno, the lonely nurse -- and the People's Choice best director award for Almodovar, who said: "Of all the prizes, this is the most meaningful. ... Without the audience I really am nothing." Talk to Her is in release stateside via Sony Pictures Classics. The Spanish film industry as a whole dominated the event, with Victoria Abril -- star of several early Almodovar films, including Kika and Tie Me Up Tie Me Down -- also getting the European Achievement in World Cinema prize. »

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Almodovar Dominates European Film Awards

9 December 2002 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Spanish director Pedro Almodovar dominated the 2002 European Film Awards on Saturday night - with his acclaimed drama Talk To Her being named Best Film. The All About My Mother filmmaker was also awarded the Best Director award for the controversial film, which centers on a male nurse's love for his comatose patient. The 51-year-old said at the ceremony, held at Rome's Parco Della Musica, "I give thanks to the public. Without them none of this would have been possible. It is important to know that someone else is moved by my work." The ensemble cast of 8 Women, including Catherine Deneuve, Isabelle Huppert, Emmanuelle Beart and Fanny Ardant, shared the European Actress awards, while Italian Sergio Castellitto picked up the Best Actor awards for his performances in Mostly Martha and The Religion Hour (My Mother's Smile). Victoria Abril, star of Almodovar's 1990 film Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down! among many others, won the award for Achievement in World Cinema, while Blowup screenwriter Tonino Guerra, won the Lifetime Achievement prize. »

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