Cinema with Aragonese stamp triumphs at the Nantes Spanish Film Festival | Press room

Cinema with the Aragonese stamp has shone at the latest edition of the Nantes Spanish Film Festival. Three films participated in by Aragón TV have been distinguished in this prestigious festival: ‘Armugán’, ‘Girls’ and ‘One for all’.

The movie ‘Armugán ‘, rounded by Jo Sol in the Aragonese Pyrenees, he has won the Julio Verne award for Best Film ex aequo with the feature film Baby, by Juanma Bajo Ulloa.

The winning ribbon at the Goya awards, ‘The girls’, from Pilar Palomero, was distinguished with the award for Best First Film, while ‘One for all’, the feature film shot by David Ilundain in Caspe, he won the Audience Award.

The list of winners was completed with ‘Lo epímero’, by Jorge Muriel, which received the award for the best fiction short film, and ‘Seventeen’, by Daniel Sánchez Arévalo, which won the award from the school jury. Chus Gutiérrez won the award for the best documentary for ‘Rol & Rol’.

The Nantes Spanish Film Festival has featured a selection of 29 films previously unreleased in France. The 30th edition will run during the weekends of May 21-23, June 11-13 and 19-20, with the participation of directors and actors of Spanish cinema in the exhibition of their films in the cinemas of Nantes .


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