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Spanish Academy lauds Banderas with Gold Medal

7 May 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

MADRID -- Actor Antonio Banderas has won the Gold Medal 2004 awarded annually by the Spanish Film Academy, the academy announced Friday. Banderas, who began his film career with director Pedro Almodovar in the 1982 Labyrinth of Passions, will receive the award at a ceremony in Madrid in July. The academy said it had chosen homegrown hero Banderas "to recognize the actor's work in spreading Spanish culture throughout his prolific international career." Banderas is currently appearing in Imagining Argentina and provides the voice for Puss-in-Boots in Shrek 2. The sequel to Mask of Zorro is due in 2005. Others to have won the award since its establishment in 1986 include Elias Querejeta, Carlos Saura and Fernando Fernan Gomez. »

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