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Goyas' focus is on 'Eyes,' give 9 noms to Bollian pic

11 December 2003 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

MADRID -- Take My Eyes, Iciar Bollain's dramatic look at domestic violence, led the pack Wednesday as Spain's Film Academy announced nominations for the XVIII Goya Awards, snatching noms in nine of the 28 categories. Eyes will compete for best film against Isabel Coixet's My Life Without Me, Antonio Mercero's The 4th Floor and David Trueba's Soldiers of Salamina, Spain's candidate for the foreign-language Oscar. Soldiers, a Lola Films/Fernando Trueba co-production, Life, produced by El Deseo, and Eyes, produced by La Iguana and Alta Prods., also will see their helmers vie for best director. Also nominated in the directing category is Cesc Gay for his In the City. Gay and co-writer Tomas Aragay will face off for best original script with Bollain and Alicia Luna for Eyes, Jaime Rosales and Enric Rufas for Hours of the Day and Pablo Berger for Torremolinos 73. »

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Bavaria Film gets off to a fast start at MIFED

9 November 2003 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

MILAN -- In what it hopes will be a sign of things to come at this year's MIFED, leading German sales outfit Bavaria Film International closed a series of deals on the eve of the market including multiple territory sales for Kim Ki-duk's Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter ... and Spring and a six-picture deal with Israel's Orlando Films. Spring, Korea's official Academy Award entry this year, was sold in all-rights deals to Metro Tartan for the United Kingdom and Ireland, Rialto for Australia, Spain's Festival Filves, Audiovisual for Greece, Imovision for Brazil, Portugal's LNK, Septimo Arte for Mexico, Rayson Global for Argentina and SPI International for the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Poland. Orlando, which has had a local hit with Bavaria's Good bye, Lenin! inked a six-picture deal with the German group, picking up Israeli rights to Soenke Wortmann's soccer drama The Miracle of Bern, Cesc Gay's In the City, Jaime Rosales' The Hours of the Day, Extrano by director Santiago Loza, Martin Rejtman's The Magic Gloves and Hans-Christian Schmid's Distant Lights. »

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