In March, we will be able see the winning films, with a special focus on 'The Bookshop' and 'Summer 1993'.
A few weeks ago, the Goya and Gaudí awards were conferred by the Spanish and Catalan film academies. While some of these films, such as La Llamada (Holy Camp!) have already achieved success at the box office, or, like Summer 1993, have met with major critical acclaim, many of the winners of minor awards are considerably less well known. That's why Barcelona's Filmoteca film institute is devoting the whole month of March to reviewing the titles that triumphed in the awards, starting off on 2 March with Carlos Marqués-Marcet'sTierra firme (Anchor and Hope) and ending, on 30 March, with Jon Garaño and Aitor Arregi's Handia.
Throughout the month we'll have the chance to catch both feature films and documentaries, including Sílvia Quier's La llum d'Elna (The Light of Hope), Isabel Coixet's The Bookshop and Javier Ambrossi and Javier Calvo's La Llamada (Holy Camp!), as well as the best foreign films, such as Dunkirk (Christopher Nolan) and The Square (Robert Östlund), the animated film Tad Jones: The Hero Returns, and, of course Summer 1993 (Carla Simón) and Verónica (Paco Plaza).
Additional information is available at the Filmoteca website.
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