Sant Jordi Awards

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The Sant Jordi Awards (Catalan: Premis Sant Jordi de Cinematografia) are film prizes awarded annually in Barcelona by the Catalonia region of the Spanish television network TVE. They were established in 1957 to encourage Catalan cinema at a time when Catalan language films were banned by the Spanish government under Francisco Franco. They were subsequently extended to all Spanish films.

Awards are made in the following categories:[1]

  • Millor òpera prima (Best first work)
  • Millor pel·lícula espanyola (Best Spanish film)
  • Millor actriu de pel·lícula espanyola (Best actress in a Spanish film)
  • Millor actor de pel·lícula espanyola (Best actor in a Spanish film)
  • Millor pel·lícula estrangera (Best foreign film)
  • Millor actriu de pel·lícula estrangera (Best actress in a foreign film)
  • Millor actor de pel·lícula estrangera (Best actor in a foreign film)
  • Premi especial del jurat (Special jury prize)
  • Premi de la indústria cinematogràfica (Film industry prize)
  • Premi Sant Jordi de la crítica de RNE (Spanish National Radio critics' prize)

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Awards for 2017 - Sant Jordi". IMDb. Retrieved 6 February 2017. 

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