The movie 'Pain and glory', from Pedro Almodovar, has won four nominations in the European Film Awards (European Film Awards), which will be delivered during the awards ceremony that will take place on December 7 in Berlin, as announced by the European Film Academy and EFA Productions this Saturday during the Seville European Film Festival.
Almodóvar's film opts for the awards in the Best movie, director, script and actor categories (Antonio Banderas) who will now vote for more than 3,600 members of EFA. The nominations of 'Dolor y gloria' are added to those already announced by three other Spanish films: the animated film 'Buñuel in the labyrinth of the turtles' and the short films 'Suc de Sindria' and 'The Christmas Gift'.
In the Best film section, in addition to 'Pain and glory', 'The officer and the spy', by Roman Polanski, will also compete; 'Les miserables', by Ladj Ly; 'System crasher', by Nora Fingschdeidt; 'La favorite', by Yorgos Lanthimos; and 'The traitor', by Marco Bellocchio.
In the section of Best Director are, in addition to Almodóvar, Marco Bellocchio ('The traitor'), Yorgos Lanthimos ('The favorite'), Roman Polanski ('The officer and the spy) and Céline Sciamma (' Portrait of a woman on fire').
Major Actor and Actress
In the interpretive sections, Best European actress aspires Olivia Colman ('The favorite'); Trine Dyrholm ('Queens of hearts'); Némie Merlant and Adèle Haenel ('Portrait of a woman on fire'); Viktoria Miroshnickenko ('Beanpole'); and Helena Zengel ('System crasher').
On the other hand, to the prize to the Best European actor they aspire, besides Antonio Banderas, Jean Dujardin ('The officer and the spy'); Pierfrancesco Favino ('The Traitor'); Levan Gelbakhiani ('And then we danced'); Alexander Scheer ('Gundermann'); and Ingvar E. Sigurosson ('White, white day').
Likewise, for Best Screenplay they aspire, in addition to Almodóvar, Marco Bellocchio, Ludovica Rampoldi, Valia Santella and Francesco Piccolo ('The Traitor'); Robert Harris and Roman Polanski ('The officer and the spy'); Ladj Ly, Giordano Gederlini and Alexis Manenti ('Les Misérables'); and Céline Sciamma ('Portrait of a woman on fire').
Finally, the films that aspire to the prize for Best Documentary are: 'For Sama', by Waad al-Kateab and Edward Watts; 'Honeyland', by Ljubomir Stefanov and Tamara Kotevska; 'Putins's witnesses, by Vitaly Mansky; 'Selfie', by Agostino Ferrente; and 'The disappearance of my mother', by Beniamino Barrese.
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