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David González


297 articles available in total starting from 12/11/2013. Last article published on 10/02/2020.

Parasite’s triumph leaves no room for European wins at the Oscars

Parasite’s triumph leaves no room for European wins at the Oscars

1917 performed the best out of the small batch of European representatives in the winners' list  

10/02 | Oscars 2020

1917 set to wage war on its US opponents at the Oscars

1917 set to wage war on its US opponents at the Oscars

Pain & Glory and Honeyland reach beyond the Best International Feature Film category as European titles fare better than expected  

13/01 | Oscars 2020

1917 conquers the Golden Globes

1917 conquers the Golden Globes

Sam Mendes’ UK-US co-production dominated the list of winners, which nevertheless lacked European talent, except in the TV categories  

07/01 | Golden Globes 2020

A bunch of European short films shortlisted for the Oscars

A bunch of European short films shortlisted for the Oscars

Works from Romania, Belgium, France, Czech Republic, Portugal, Sweden, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom feature in the shortlists for Live Action, Animated and Documentary Short Film  

17/12/2019 | Oscars 2020 | Shorts

European (co-)productions dominate the International Feature Film Oscar shortlist

European (co-)productions dominate the International Feature Film Oscar shortlist

Pain and Glory, Les Misérables, Honeyland, Corpus Christi, Those Who Remained, Truth and Justice, The Painted Bird, Beanpole and co-production Atlantics are vying for the award  

17/12/2019 | Oscars 2020

A hint of Europe in the Golden Globe nominations

A hint of Europe in the Golden Globe nominations

Pain and Glory, Les Misérables and Portrait of a Lady on Fire are invited to the party, as are the co-productions with the US The Two Popes, 1917 and Rocketman  

09/12/2019 | Golden Globes 2020

Chiara Fortuna • International Affairs Staff Officer, General Directorate for Cinema of the Italian Ministry of Culture

Interview: Chiara Fortuna • International Affairs Staff Officer, General Directorate for Cinema of the Italian Ministry of Culture

“Italy and Spain have a very good relationship and we are both keen to develop it further”

We met up with Chiara Fortuna, international affairs staff officer at the General Directorate for Cinema of the Italian Ministry of Culture, at the Seville European Film Festival  

04/12/2019 | Seville 2019 | Seville Industry

Vitalina Varela shines bright at the Gijón Film Festival

Vitalina Varela shines bright at the Gijón Film Festival

The latest effort by Portuguese maestro Pedro Costa continues raking in the awards, having scooped the top prize at the Spanish gathering, where other European films also excelled  

25/11/2019 | Gijón 2019 | Awards

Review: Work, or to Whom Does the World Belong

Review: Work, or to Whom Does the World Belong

Elisa Cepedal scrutinises the world of Asturian miners in this sterile documentary, going so far as to imbue history and this highly earthy reality with a slightly dystopian aura  

22/11/2019 | Gijón 2019

Meritxell Colell, Lucía Vassallo and Celia Viada Caso receive awards at the FICX Industry Days

Meritxell Colell, Lucía Vassallo and Celia Viada Caso receive awards at the FICX Industry Days

Two works-in-progress, Transoceánicas and La calle del agua, were singled out for commendation and support at the industry section of the Gijón International Film Festival  

21/11/2019 | Gijón 2019 | FICX Industry Days