Juan Díaz Pardeiro
Juan Díaz Pardeiro is a Spanish actor. Conquistadores: Adventvm as Antonio Pigafetta on Cero Cuéntame cómo pasó as Samuel on La 1 Amar en tiempos revueltos as Julio Segura on La 1 Punta Escarlata as Rudy on Telecinco Los misterios de Laura as Quintín's brother on La 1 Sin tetas no hay paraíso as El Buco on Telecinco Aquí no hay quien viva as Álex Guerra Ruiz on Antena 3 A las once en casa as Luis on La 1 La vida en el aire as Charly on La 2 Juan Díaz Pardeiro on IMDb
Joaquín Oristrell is a Spanish film director and screenwriter. He has written scripts to Manuel Gutiérrez Aragón, Fernando Colomo and others directors before his film debut in 1997 with Mediterranean Food El próximo oriente Va a ser que nadie es perfecto Reinas ¡Hay motivo! Inconscientes Cosas que hacen que la vida valga la pena Los abajo firmantes Sin vergüenza Between Your Legs Novios ¿De quién se ríen las mujeres Éxtasis Joaquín Oristrell on IMDb
Mariano Barroso is a Spanish film director and screenwriter. He has directed 19 films since 1982, his 1996 film Éxtasis was entered into the 46th Berlin International Film Festival. Since 9 June 2018, he is the President of the Spanish Academy of Cinematographic Arts and Sciences. Éxtasis In the Time of the Butterflies Mariano Barroso on IMDb
Javier Ángel Encinas Bardem is a Spanish actor. Bardem won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role as the psychopathic assassin Anton Chigurh in the 2007 Coen Brothers film No Country for Old Men, he has received critical acclaim for roles in films such as Jamón, jamón, Carne trémula, Vicky Cristina Barcelona, Boca a boca, Los lunes al sol, Mar adentro, Skyfall, for which he received both a BAFTA and a SAG nomination for Best Supporting Actor. Bardem has won a Screen Actors Guild Award, a BAFTA, five Goya Awards, two European Film Awards, a Prize for Best Actor at Cannes and two Volpi Cups at Venice for his work, he is the first Spanish actor to be nominated for an Oscar, as well as the first Spaniard to win one, for Best Supporting Actor in No Country for Old Men, 2008. He received his third Academy Award nomination, second Best Actor nomination, for the film Biutiful. Bardem was born in the Canary Islands, Spain, his mother, Pilar Bardem, is an actress, his father, José Carlos Encinas Doussinague, was a businessman involved in environmental work.
The two separated shortly after his birth and his mother raised him alone. Bardem comes from a long line of filmmakers and actors dating back to the earliest days of Spanish cinema. Both his older brother and sister, Carlos and Mónica, are actors, he comes from a political background, as his uncle Juan Antonio was imprisoned by Franco for his anti-fascist films. Bardem was brought up in the Roman Catholic faith by his grandmother; as a child, he spent time on film sets. At age six, he made his first film appearance, in Fernando Fernán Gómez's El Pícaro, he played rugby for the junior Spanish National Team. Though he grew up in a family full of actors, Bardem did not see himself going into the family business. Painting was his first love, he went on to study painting for four years at Madrid's Escuela de Artes y Oficios. In need of money he took acting jobs to support his painting, but he says he was a bad painter and abandoned that career pursuit. In 1989, for the Spanish comedy show El Día Por Delante, he had to wear a Superman costume for a comedic sketch, a job that made him question whether he wanted to be an actor at all.
Bardem has confessed to having worked as a stripper during his struggling acting career. Bardem came to notice in a small role in his first major motion picture, The Ages of Lulu, when he was 20, in which he appeared along with his mother, Pilar Bardem. Bigas Luna, the director of Lulu, was sufficiently impressed to give him the leading male role in his next film, Jamón Jamón in 1992, in which Bardem played a would-be underwear model and bullfighter; the film, which starred a teenaged Penélope Cruz, was a major international success. He starred again in Luna's next film Golden Balls. Bardem's talent did not go unnoticed in the English-speaking world. In 1997, John Malkovich was the first to approach him a 27-year-old, for a role in English, but the Spanish actor turned down the offer because his English was still poor, his first English-speaking role came that same year, in with director Álex de la Iglesia's Perdita Durango, playing a santería-practicing bank robber. After starring in about two dozen films in his native country, he gained international recognition in Julian Schnabel's Before Night Falls in 2000, portraying Cuban poet Reinaldo Arenas.
He received praise from his idol Al Pacino. For that role, he received a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Actor, the first for a Spaniard. After, he turned down the role of Danny Witwer in Minority Report which went to Colin Farrell. Instead, in 2002, Bardem starred in The Dancer Upstairs. Malkovich had Bardem in mind for the role of the detective's assistant, but the movie's taking so long to obtain financing gave Bardem time to learn English and take on the lead role of the detective. "I will always be grateful to him because he gave me my first chance to work in English", has said Bardem of Malkovich. Bardem won Best Actor at the Venice Film Festival for his role in Mar Adentro, released in the United States as The Sea Inside, in which he portrayed the quadriplegic turned assisted suicide activist Ramón Sampedro, he made his Hollywood debut in a brief appearance as a crime lord who summons Tom Cruise's hitman to do the dirty work of dispatching witnesses in the crime drama Collateral.
He stars in Miloš Forman's 2006 film Goya's Ghosts opposite Natalie Portman, where he plays a twisted monk during the Spanish Inquisition. In 2007, Bardem acted in two film adaptations: the Coen Brothers' No Country for Old Men, the adaptation of the Colombian novel Love in the Time of Cholera with Giovanna Mezzogiorno by Gabriel García Márquez. In No Country for Old Men, he played Anton Chigurh. For that role, he became the first Spaniard to win an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor, he won a Golden Globe Award and Screen Actors Guild Award for Best Supporting Actor, the Critics' Choice Award for Best Supporting Actor, the 2008 British Academy of Film and Television Arts Award for Best Supporting Actor. Bardem's rendition of Chigurh's trademark word, "What business is it of yours where I'm from, friendo?" (in respo
Silvia Munt Quevedo, is a Spanish actress and film director. She has won two Goya Award, Best Actress for her role in Alas de mariposa, Best Short Documentary, Lalia and directed by Munt, she has two brothers. 2006- Remake 2000- Aunque tú no lo sepas 1999- El viaje de Arián 1998- Subjudice 1997- El faro 1996- El dominio de los sentidos 1996- Una piraña en el bidé 1996- Secretos del corazón. 1996- Todo está oscuro 1995- Asunto interno 1995- Éxtasis 1995- Razones sentimentales 1994- La pasión turca 1994- El rey del río 1994- El porqué de las cosas 1993- Nexo 1993- Los baúles del retorno 1993- Bloodline 1992- Cucarachas 1992- El cazador furtivo 1991- Alas de mariposa 1991- Los papeles de Aspern 1987- Quimera 1985- Golfo de Vizcaya 1984- Bajo en nicotina 1984- Le grand voyage 1983- Soldados de plomo 1983- Sal gorda 1983- Akelarre 1982- Pares y nones 1981- La plaza del diamante 2003- Elena Dimitrievna Diakonova. Gala 1999- Lalia 1998- Déjeme que le cuente 2005- Surabaya, by Marc Rosich Teatre Romea, Barcelona.
1996/97- Ángeles en América Tony Kushner. Dir. Josep M. Flotats TNC 1994- La muerte y la doncella Ariel Dorfman. Dir. Boris Rotenstein 1993- Cartas de amor A. R. Gurney. Dir. Josep Costa 1990- Las tres hermanas Anton Chekhov. Dir. Pierre Romans. Cía. J. Ma. Flotats 1990- Trío en Mi bemol Eric Rohmer. Dir. Fernando Trueba. Centro Dramático Nacional. Gira años 91 y 92. 1987- La Filla del Carmesí. J. Ma. de Sagarra. Dir. Jordi Mesalles. 1986- Romeo y Julieta William Shakespeare. Dir. Esteve Polls. 1986- Antígona Salvador Espriu. Dir. Joan Ollé. 1982- Cyrano de Bergerac Edmond Ronstand. Dir. Damià Barbany. 1979- La Blancarrosa, sirena de la mar blava. Damià Barbany. 1977- Sueño de una noche de verano William Shakespeare. Salón Diana. 1977- Canigó J. Verdaguer. Dir. Esteve Polls. In 1987 she creates her own company: Ondina, by J. Giraudoux. Dir. Santiago Sans. La nieta del sol, by Ever M. Blanchet. Dir. Colectiva. 2004 - The Crown, telefilm by Peter de Vamm. 2004 - Palabras mágicas, telefilm by Octavi Masiá. 2003 - Le meilleur commerce du monde, telefilm by Bruno Gantillon.
2003 - Fragmentos, telefilm by Judith Collell. 2001 - Maxima's Miracle, telefilm by Paul Ruven. 2002 - L´aîné des Ferchaux, telefilm in two parts by Bernard Stora. Prod. GMT-TF1. 1998 - Tío Willy. 1995 - Dones i homes, telefilm by Antoni Verdaguer para TV3. 1993 - Arnau, TV3. 1992 - Celia in the role of Madre Corazón, directed by José Luis Borau for Televisión Española. 1989 - El obispo leproso, TVE. 1983 - Teresa de Jesús, TVE. 1981 - La plaza del diamante, TVE. 2006 - Cosses que passen, TV movie. Co-Prod. TV3 y Canal Sur. 2003 - Las hijas de Mohamed. 2000 - Quia. Sílvia Munt on IMDb
46th Berlin International Film Festival
The 46th annual Berlin International Film Festival was held from 15 to 26 February 1996. The Golden Bear was Sensibility directed by Ang Lee; the retrospective dedicated to American film director and screenwriter William Wyler was shown at the festival. The following people were announced as being on the jury for the festival: Nikita Mikhalkov Gila Almagor Vincenzo Cerami Joan Chen Ann Hui Peter Lilienthal Jürgen Prochnow Claude Rich Fay Weldon Catherine Wyler Christian Zeender The following films were in competition for the Golden Bear and Silver Bear awards: The following prizes were awarded by the Jury: Golden Bear: Sense and Sensibility by Ang Lee Silver Bear - Special Jury Prize: Lust och fägring stor by Bo Widerberg Silver Bear for Best Director: Yim Ho for Taiyang you er Richard Loncraine for Richard III Silver Bear for Best Actress: Anouk Grinberg for Mon homme Silver Bear for Best Actor: Sean Penn for Dead Man Walking Silver Bear for an outstanding single achievement: Yōichi Higashi for Eno nakano bokuno mura Silver Bear for an outstanding artistic contribution: Andrzej Wajda for Wielki tydzień Alfred Bauer Prize: Vite strozzate Honourable Mention: Mahjong by Edward Yang Stille Nacht by Dani Levy Rì guāng xiá gǔ by He Ping Blue Angel Award: Lust och fägring stor by Bo Widerberg Honorary Golden Bear: Jack Lemmon Elia Kazan Berlinale Camera: Tschingis Aitmatov Jodie Foster Sally Field Astrid Henning-Jensen Volker Noth FIPRESCI Award Taiyang you er by Yim Ho 46th Berlin International Film Festival 1996 1996 Berlin International Film Festival Berlin International Film Festival:1996 at Internet Movie Database
Gerardo Herrero is a Spanish film director and producer. He is one of the most important producers of Latin American films, his 1997 film Comanche Territory was entered into the 47th Berlin International Film Festival. Desvío al paraíso Malena es un nombre de tango Territorio Comanche Frontera Sur América mía Las razones de mis amigos El lugar donde estuvo el paraiso El misterio Galíndez El principio de Arquímedes Ni locas, ni terroristas Heroína Los aires difíciles Una mujer invisible Que parezca un accidente Night Runner Frozen Silence Lejos del mundo Crimen con vista al mar La playa de los ahogados La boca del lobo. by Francisco J. Lombardi Caídos del cielo. by Francisco J. Lombardi Un paraguas para tres. by Felipe Vega Le journal de Lady M. by Alain Tanner Desvío al paraíso. by Gerardo Herrero Guantanamera. By Tomás Gutiérrez Alea Malena es un nombre de tango. by Gerardo Herrero Éxtasis. by Mariano Barroso Bajo la piel. by Francisco J. Lombardi Cosas que dejé en La Habana. by Manuel Gutiérrez Aragón Martín. by Adolfo Aristarain Mensaka. by Salvador García Ruiz El Pianista. by Mario Gas El corazón del guerrero. by Daniel Monzón Nueces para el amor. by Alberto Lecchi El otro barrio. by Salvador García Ruiz Lista de Espera. by Juan Carlos Tabío Las razones de mis amigos. by Gerardo Herrero Sé quién eres. by Patricia Ferreira Krámpack. by Cesc Gay Tinta roja. by Francisco J. Lombardi Kasbah. by Mariano Barroso Le harem de Mme Osmane by De Nadir Moknèche.
El hijo de la novia. by Juan José Campanella Sin vergüenza. By Joaquín Oristrell Hombres felices. by Roberto Santiago L’amore imperfetto. By Giovanni Davide Maderna Lugares comunes. by Adolfo Aristarain El último tren. Corazón de fuego. by Diego Arsuaga Rosa la china. by Valeria Sarmiento Aunque estés lejos. by Juan Carlos Tabio La vida mancha. by Enrique Urbizu El misterio Galíndez/The Galindez File. by Gerardo Herrero En la ciudad. by Cesc Gay Luna de Avellaneda. By Juan José Campanella La vida que te espera. by Manuel Gutiérrez Aragón Nubes de verano. by Felipe Vega Machuca. by Andrés Wood Seres queridos. by Dominic Harari Inconscientes. By Joaquín Oristrell Perder es cuestión de método. by Sergio Cabrera El penalti más largo del mundo.by Roberto Santiago Hormigas en la boca. by Mariano Barroso Heroína. by Gerardo Herrero Los aires difíciles. By Gerardo Herrero El secreto de sus ojos. by Juan José Campanella The Man Who Killed Don Quixote. By Terry Gilliam Gerardo Herrero on IMDb Coproducciones, por Gerardo Herrero, 2001, Instituto Cervantes Filmografía completa, en Culturalia.
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