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Tag Results for "Blancanieves"

“Blancanieves” Wins Best Ibero-American Picture at Ariel Awards

"Blancanieves," by Spanish director Pablo Berger, took Best Ibero-American Picture honors at the Ariel awards, the Mexican film industry's equivalent of the Oscars. Berger's silent, black-and-white version of the Snow White story garnered multiple trophies earlier this year at Spain's Goya Awards. continue reading »

Spain’s “Blancanieves” Receives Ariel Nomination for Best Ibero-American Picture

The big winner in Spain's Goya film awards, "Blancanieves," has been nominated for Mexico's Ariel prize in the category of best Ibero-American picture. continue reading »

Filmmaker Pablo Berger Sees More Silent Films in His Future Based on Success of “Blancanieves”

Spanish filmmaker and director of award winning "Blancanieves", Pablo Berger, seeing more silent films in his future and more in the industry. He is basing this on the success of his award winning film and that of 'The Artist'. continue reading »

“Blancanieves” and “Grupo 7” Dominate Spain’s Goya Movie Nominations

Pablo Berger's "Blancanieves" and the Alberto Rodriguez action film "Grupo 7" are the favorites going into the 27th edition of the Goyas, Spain's equivalent of the Oscars, with 18 and 16 nominations, respectively. continue reading »

“Blancanieves” Misses Top Prize at San Sebastian Film Festival, Wins Other Awards

Francois Ozon made off with first prize and the best screenplay prize at the 60th edition of the San Sebastian film festival with his comedy "Dans la maison," beating out Pablo Berger's "Blancanieves" and with silver awards going to Fernando Trueba (best director) and Jose Sacristan (best actor). continue reading »

Spain’s “Blancanieves” to be Foreign-Language Oscar Contender

"Blancanieves," a silent film shot in black and white, will represent Spain in the non-English best film category at the 85th edition of the Oscars and at Mexico's Ariel awards. continue reading »

Mexican Actor Satisfies His Childhood Desire to Bullfight in New Movie

When he was 11 years old, Spanish-born Mexican actor Daniel Gimenez Cacho went to his first bullfight and was absolutely fascinated. continue reading »