Gas Natural Fenosa Goya Film Awards Itinerant Cinema in Sant Antoni again on February 8 with the screening, at 19 hours, ‘The Call’, film which has five nominations this year. The film, framed within the genre, has been directed by Javier Ambrossi and Javier Calvo, ‘Los Javis’, both nominated in the categories of Best Director Novel and Best Adapted Screenplay.
‘The Call’ is a hymn to friendship, love and freedom starring Macarena García, Anna Castillo, Bethlehem Cuesta, Gracia Olayo and Richard Collins-Moore. Members of the Film Academy has selected Anna Castillo and Belen Cuesta as nominees for Best Supporting Actress and also composed the theme Leiva is nominated for Best Original Song.
The initiative Fenosa Gas Natural and the Film Academy has the support of the City of Sant Antoni for the screening of this movie for free in the Regio theater. In this special pass, the Ibizan spectators enjoy the presence of actress Grace Olayo, Sister Bernarda de los Arcos in the film, who share discussion with the audience after the screening.
Olayo, who began his career as member of The Poison, has been part of the cast of titles like `effect mariposa’, nice ‘Perdona, but Lucas wanted me’ or ‘800 balas’ and has also appeared in series ‘The television as protegidos’ or ‘Con the ass to aire’.
The aim of this traveling film cycle, which runs through ten cities across the country, is brought to public Spanish cinema of the hand of its protagonists.
Good cinema, big screen and free entrance. What painting a proposal you cannot refuse? Gas Natural Fenosa Itinerant Cinema and Film Academy screened some of the films nominated for the Goya Awards 2018 in 10 Spanish cities.
Between 12 and 24 February films as Handia (13 nominations), Summer 1993 (8 nominations), Abracadabra (8 nominations) and Veronica (7 nominations) they will stop in Illescas, Ponferrada, Irun, San Antonio Abad, Arteixo, Orihuela, Huelva, Castrillón, Santa Cruz de Tenerife and Vilanova. You will not need go to movies, the cinema will come to public.
The sessions will be attended by some of the cast members of the films shown. Antonio de la Torre (Nominated for Best Leading Actor for Abracadabra),Paco Plaza (Nominated for Best Direction by Veronica),Pablo Berger (Nominated for Best Original Screenplay for Abracadabra)and Bruna Cusí (Nominated for Best Actress for Summer 1993)among others, will present and share stories about their work.
Also, before each screening,will Project Timepass.Part I: The key, produced by Gas Natural Fenosa within the framework of the fourth edition of Cinergía.
Take advantage that film happens close to home to catch up or to see movies that star the 32 edition of the Goya Awards 2018 to be held on February 3 in Madrid. So, when announce “And Goya goes to …”, you can always have the satisfaction of saying, “I’ve seen it”.
Cycle Calendar Gas Natural Fenosa Goya Awards 2018:
- Illescas (Toledo) -12 January, Casa de Cultura: Handia, Eneko Sagardoy (Nominated for Best Newcomer)
- Ponferrada – January 19, Bergidum Theater: Abracadabra with Pablo Berger (Nominated for Best Original Screenplay)
- Irun – January 20, Amaia Theater KZ: Summer 1993, Bruna Cusí (Nominated for Best Actress)
- Arteixo – January 27, Auditorium of the Civic Cultural Center Arteixo: Veronica, with Paco Plaza (Nominated for Best Direction) and Sandra Escacena (Nominated for Best Actress)
- San Antonio (Ibiza) -8 February, Cine Regio: The call, Garcia Olayo
- Orihuela (Alicante) – February 10, Theater circus Atanasio Die: Tadeo Jones 2, Enrique Gato
- Huelva – February 15, Grand Theater: Abracadabra, Antonio de la Torre (Nominated for Best Actor)
- Castrillón (Asturias) – February 16, Valey Cultural Center Castrillón: the author: Adelfa Calv or (Nominated for Best Supporting Actress)
- Santa Cruz de Tenerife – Day, film and invited be determined.
- Vilanova i la Geltru – February 24, Main Theater: Handia, with Joseba Usabiaga
The film ‘The Call’, directed by Javier Ambrossi and Javier Calvo, since arriving in the rooms has not stopped gaining adherents. The musical mix issues with Whitney Houston songs of Spanish pop, electronic music and Latin touches. And the result of such mixture has been an event. Haven’t you seen this comedy yet?
EIGHT REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD SEE THE CALL
- LOS JAVIS: Javier Calvo and Javier Ambrossi were the true architects of this musical bomb ‘The Call’. They wrote the play, and seeing the potential of the story it was decided transfer to the theaters. They are also behind the ‘Paquita Salas’ series, which have continued to show signs of all the creativity that house.
- THE ARGUMENT: Mary was God appears at night and sings songs of Whitney Houston. Is there anything crazier than that to start a plot?
- OBJECTIVE: Not complicated humor, or ulterior motives in the plot of ‘The Call’. This comedy has no purpose than amuse and to have a good time staff. And it does.
- THE ACTRESSES: The two winners of a Goya Macarena García Castillo and Ana are perfect in reflective and temperamental Maria Susana, respectively. The result is a stream of energy that transcends the screen with ease. Gracia Olayo, Belen Cuesta and Maria Isabel Diaz also help the call reaches viewers.
- THE HUMOR: The gags and humor beats fast story, new, something that Spanish cinema cameneed in a few premieres. The laughs are thanks to actresses, mainly to Belen Cuesta.
- THE MESSAGE: Not the first story that conceals the usual advice to be ourselves and do things, not try. They bringhere as a dedication to God our Lord number with a good direct title: “We do and we already seeing ‘.
- UNAPOLOGETIC: In the plot of ‘The Call’ have had no qualms about mixing the mystical vein with electro-Latin rhythms. It was impossible? It is seen that not envisioning the result. And that faith will move mountains, but like everything, is renewed.
- NONJUDGMENTAL: The first cliche you can drop the movie ‘The Call’ is that being a story by religion, is that will position. It is not like this. The story speaks about being yourself, no matter who you are, what you dedicate yourself or what you think.