Buried and Black Bread flex muscles ahead of Goyas

Article published on Jan. 20, 2011
Article published on Jan. 20, 2011
Just less than a month before Spanish cinema’s top awards ceremony, the Goyas, Buried and Black Bread – which have ten and 14 nominations respectively have emerged as strong alternatives to front-runners (A Sad Trumpet Ballad and Even the Rain) after the former triumphed at the Jose María Forqué Awards and the latter at the Gaudí Catalan Film Awards.
The victory by Rodrigo Cortés’s English-language Buriedat the awards presented by rights management association EGEDA is perhaps more important, for these prizes are considered a clear indication of the industry’s mood ahead of the Goyas.

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