José María Sacristán Turiégano, better known as José Sacristán, is a Spanish film and television actor. At Gijón International Film Festival in 2015, he received the Nacho Martinez Award, he has directed three films: Yo me bajo en la próxima, ¿y usted? Cara de acelga Soldados de plomo Velvet, Antena 3/Netflix, 2014-2016 Morocco: Love in Times of War The Bar Perdiendo el Norte Magical Girl El muerto y ser feliz Madrid, 1987 Cosas que hacen que la vida valga la pena Roma Fumata blanca La marcha verde Ja me maaten Martín 7000 Días Juntos Convivencia Todos a la cárcel Madregilda El pájaro de la felicidad Historias de la puta mili Un lugar en el mundo El vuelo de la paloma El viaje a ninguna parte A la pálida luz de la luna La vaquilla La noche más hermosa Epílogo Soldados de plomo La colmena Navajeros Operación Ogro Miedo a salir de noche Mis relaciones con Ana ¡Arriba Hazaña! Un hombre llamado flor de otoño Solos en la madrugada El diputado Oro rojo Reina Zanahoria Asignatura pendiente Hasta que el matrimonio nos separe Ellas los prefieren...locas Las largas vacaciones del 36 El secreto inconfesable de un chico bien La mujer es cosa de hombres Lo verde empieza en los Pirineos No quiero perder la honra Los nuevos españoles Mi mujer es muy decente, dentro de lo que cabe Vida conyugal sana Sex o no sex El abuelo tiene un plan Señora doctor Las estrellas están verdes El padre de la criatura París Bien Vale una Moza Guapo heredero busca esposa Vente a Alemania, Pepe Vente a ligar al Oeste No desearás a la mujer del vecino Las ibéricas F.
C. Españolas en París The Man Who Wanted to Kill Himself El apartamento de la tentación Pierna creciente, falda menguante Cateto a babor The Complete Idiot Don Erre que Erre Una señora llamada Andrés El ángel Sangre en el ruedo The Troublemaker Soltera y madre en la vida Relaciones casi públicas ¡Cómo está el servicio! Operation Mata Hari Sor Citroën La ciudad no es para mí José Sacristán on IMDb
Carmelo Gómez Celada is a Spanish actor. He was worked in the village of Sahagún until he moved for his acting studies to Salamanca, he is the recipient of two Goya Awards, for best supporting actor in El método and best leading actor in Días contados. In 2013, at the Gijón International Film Festival, he received the Nacho Martinez award. La Regenta. La cena. Elling. Carmelo Gómez on IMDb
Eduard Fernández Serrano is a Spanish actor. He has won two another for En la ciudad. Perfectos desconocidos 1898, Our Last Men in the Philippines The Night My Mother Killed My Father Truman A Gun in Each Hand The Skin I Live In The Mosquito Net, 2010 Black Bread, 2010 El Vestido, 2008 Alatriste Ficción Obaba El método Hormigas en la boca Cosas que hacen que la vida valga la pena En la ciudad El embrujo de Shanghai Smoking Room Son de mar Fausto 5.0 Los lobos de Washington Eduard Fernández on IMDb
The Girl of Your Dreams
The Girl of Your Dreams is a 1998 Spanish drama film produced and directed by Fernando Trueba that stars Penélope Cruz, Antonio Resines, Johannes Silberschneider and Hanna Schygulla. Set during the Spanish Civil War, it centers on a fictional Andalusian actress making a film in Nazi Germany who becomes the object of Joseph Goebbels' attentions. In 1938, while Spain is in the grip of civil war, a film team from territory held by Franco's rebels are invited to the co-production in Berlin of a musical set in 19th-century Andalucia, to be shot in separate Spanish and German versions. At first happy to be working away from their war-torn country, the group find life under Nazism unpleasant and dangerous. Macarena, their attractive star, soon catches the eye of Goebbels, the Minister of Public Enlightenment and Propaganda, determined to bed her. Though she finds him repulsive, prefers the company of Blas, the married director of the Spanish version, it is made clear to her that for the sake of the project and of Hispano-German relations she must comply.
When she points out that the extras in the film look ridiculous, being tall and fair-haired, they are replaced by short dark Jewish and Romani prisoners from a concentration camp, under armed SS guards. An extra with whom she sympathises, a handsome Russian called Leo, escapes the guards and she smuggles him into the villa where Goebbels has installed her; when Goebbels calls round, Leo knocks him out cold. Blas realises that this is the end of the road for the project and rushes to see Goebbels' wife, well aware of her husband's activities, she writes him a pass enabling Leo and her dresser to board a plane that night. The fate of the rest of the group, who are all under arrest, is unclear. Penélope Cruz as Macarena Granada Antonio Resines as Blas Fontiveros Jorge Sanz as Julián Torralba Rosa Maria Sardà as Rosa Rosales Santiago Segura as Castillo Loles León as Trini Morenos Jesús Bonilla as Marco Bonilla Neus Asensi as Lucia Gandia Miroslav Táborský as Václav Passer Johannes Silberschneider as Goebbels Karel Dobry as Leo Götz Otto as Heinrich von Wermelskirch Hanna Schygulla as Magda Goebbels María Barranco as Ambassador's wife Juan Luis Galiardo as Ambassador During the Civil War, filmmakers from the Nationalist side found work in Germany and Italy.
For example, in 1938 at the UFA studios in Babelsberg, the Spanish director Florián Rey filmed Carmen, la de Triana in Spanish and a German version called Andalusische Nächte, both starring the Argentine singer and actress Imperio Argentina with whom, according to legend, Hitler fell in love. She is reported to have sued the producers and director for using her life story without permission. 7 Goya Awards, including Best Film and Best Actress Golden Bear - 49th Berlin International Film Festival A sequel, La reina de España, starring Penélope Cruz and Jorge Sanz, was released on 25 November 2016. La niña de tus ojos on IMDb The Girl of Your Dreams at Rotten Tomatoes
Jane Mallory Birkin, OBE is an English actress, singer and model. She attained international fame and notability for her decade-long musical and romantic partnership with Serge Gainsbourg, she had a prolific career as an actress in British and French cinema. A native of London, Birkin began her career as an actress, appearing in minor roles in Michelangelo Antonioni's Blowup, Kaleidoscope. In 1969, she met Serge Gainsbourg while co-starring with him in Slogan, which marked the beginning of a years-long working and personal relationship; the duo released their debut album Jane Birkin/Serge Gainsbourg, appeared in the controversial film Je t'aime moi non plus under Gainsbourg's direction. Birkin would attain further acting credits in Agatha Christie's films Death on the Nile, Evil Under the Sun. After separating from Gainsbourg in 1980, Birkin continued to work as both an actress and a singer, appearing in various independent films and recording numerous solo albums. In 1991, she appeared in the miniseries Red Fox, in the American drama A Soldier's Daughter Never Cries, in 1998.
In 2016, she starred in the Academy Award-nominated short film La femme et le TGV, which she said would be her final film role. Birkin has resided in France since the 1970s, she is the mother of photographer Kate Barry, with her first husband John Barry. In addition to her acting and musical credits, she lent her name to the popular Hermès Birkin bag. Jane Mallory Birkin was born on 14 December 1946, in London, her mother, Judy Campbell, was an English actress, best known for her work on stage. Her father, David Birkin, was a Royal Navy lieutenant-commander and World War II spy, her brother is director Andrew Birkin. She is first cousin twice removed to opera director Sophie Hunter. Birkin was raised in Chelsea, described herself as a "shy English girl."She was educated at Upper Chine School, Isle of Wight. At age 17, she met composer John Barry, whom she married in 1965 and with whom she had her first daughter, Kate, in 1967. After the couple divorced in 1968, Birkin returned to live with her family in London, began to audition for film and television roles in England and Los Angeles, California.
Birkin emerged in the Swinging London scene of the 1960s, appearing in an uncredited part in The Knack...and How to Get It. She had more substantial roles in the counterculture era films Blowup and Kaleidoscope and as a fantasy-like model in the psychedelic film Wonderwall; that same year, she auditioned in France for the lead female role in the film Slogan. Though she did not speak French she won the role, co-starring alongside Serge Gainsbourg, she performed with him on the film's theme song, "La Chanson de Slogan" — the first of many collaborations between the two. After filming Slogan, Birkin relocated to France permanently. In 1969, she and Gainsbourg released the duet "Je t'aime... moi non plus". Gainsbourg wrote the song for Brigitte Bardot; the song caused a scandal for its sexual explicitness, was banned by radio stations in Italy and the United Kingdom. "Je t'aime" made UK chart history in that on 4 October 1969 and the following week on 11 October, the song was at two different chart positions though it is the same song, the same artists, the same recorded version.
The only difference was. It was released on the Fontana label, but due to its controversy, Fontana withdrew the record, released on the Major Minor label; because there were Fontana singles still in the shops along with the Major Minor release, on 4 October 1969 the Major Minor release was at number 3 and the Fontana single at number 16. At that time it was the biggest selling single for a foreign language record, she appeared on Gainsbourg's 1971 album Histoire de Melody Nelson, portraying the Lolita-like protagonist in song and on the cover. Reflecting on being a muse and collaborator of Gainsbourg's, Birkin commented: " flattering to have the most beautiful songs in the French language written for one. How much talent did I have? Not that much."She took a break from acting in 1971–72, but returned as Brigitte Bardot's lover in Don Juan, or If Don Juan Were a Woman. The same year, she had a supporting role in the horror film Dark Places with Christopher Lee and Joan Collins. In 1975, she appeared in Gainsbourg's first film, Je t'aime... moi non plus, which created a stir for frank examination of sexual ambiguity and was banned in the United Kingdom by the BBFC.
For this performance she was nominated for a Best Actress César Award. In 1978, Birkin modeled in trade advertisements for Lee Cooper jeans, she appeared in the Agatha Christie films Death on the Nile and Evil Under the Sun, recorded several albums, including Baby Alone in Babylone, Amours des Feintes, Lolita Go Home, Rendez-vous. She won Female Artist of the Year in the 1992 Victoires de la Musique, she starred in two films directed by Jacques Doillon – as Anne in La fille prodigue and as Alma in La pirate. This work led to an invitation from Patrice Chéreau to star on stage in La Fausse suivante by Marivaux at Nanterre, she worked with director Herbert Vesely on Egon Schiele Exzess und Bestrafung in 1980, appearing as the mistress of Austrian artist Egon Schiele, played by Mathieu Carrière. Jacques Rivette collaborated with her in Love on the Ground and La Belle Noiseuse (1991, Nominated Césars best su
Andrés Pajares Martín is a Spanish actor, director and comedian, in theater and television. He started as a comedian in 1968, during his early career he mixed regular shows with theater performances both as a comedian and as an actor. Although he entered the world of films as an extra in the late 1960s, it was not until the end of the 1970s when he reached popularity, he is known as an actor for movies like ¡Ay Carmela!, for which he received a Goya Award for Best Actor in 1991, his eleven movies with Fernando Esteso directed by Mariano Ozores and produced between 1979 and 1984. With more than forty films in his career, he has directed three movies, two of them written by him, wrote the script for another movie. In television, he is known for the series ¡Ay, Señor, Señor! which were broadcast during 1994 and 1995. During all his time he continued creating humoristic shows for television and theaters, has received numerous awards for his accomplishments in the entertainment industry. Bwana A Decent Adultery The Sailor with Golden Fists Won Goya Award for Best Actor 1991: ¡Ay Carmela!
Andrés Pajares on IMDb Official website
Juan Echanove Labanda is a Spanish actor. At Gijón International Film Festival in 2002, he received the Nacho Martinez Award. Manolete Alatriste. Bienvenido a casa Morir en San Hilario. Los Reyes Magos - voz -. Sin noticias de Dios Adiós con el corazón. Los años bárbaros Sus ojos se cerraron Siempre hay un camino a la derecha. Memorias del ángel caído Suspiros de España. La flor de mi secreto MadreGilda. Mi hermano del alma. Historias de la puta Mili,1993. Orquesta Club Virginia A solas contigo. El vuelo de la paloma Miss Caribe. Divinas palabras. Bajarse al moro. Tiempo de silencio. La noche más hermosa As director Visitando al Señor Green As actor El precio, by Arthur Miller. Cómo canta una ciudad. El verdugo, based on the film by Luis García Berlanga. El cerdo. Un paso adelante. Cuéntame cómo pasó. Hermanos de leche. Chicas de hoy en día Vísperas Turno de oficio Mucho más que dos "Juan Echanove". Es.movies.yahoo.com. Retrieved 20 July 2010. Web site of Juan Echanove Juan Echanove on IMDb