Subscribe to our Newsletter     
My Festival   |   Accreditations   |  

HomeThe Festival | Previous editions 11 Edition

Previous editions

History of previous editions of the Malaga Festival

11 Edition

04 to 12 April 2008

The eleventh edition of the Málaga Festival presented a series of films. There will be a very varied Official Competition Section with fifteen titles from genres as diverse as comedy, science fiction or social drama. ‘We are all invited’, directed by Manuel Gutiérrez Aragón, was in charge of inaugurating this edition. The film, which reflected the political situation in the Basque Country during the nineties, achieved popularity. win the Special Jury Prize and the Best Supporting Actor Award for Óscar Jaenada.

The apocalyptic thriller ‘3 días’, by newcomer F. Javier Gutiérrez, was a hit. It will be the big surprise this year, grabbing, in addition to the Golden Biznaga, the awards for best new script, best supporting actress (Mariana Cordero) and best makeup.

Actress Silvia Munt, who attended the event. to the Malaga competition with her first fiction feature film of hers as a director, ‘Pretexts & rsquo;, received a prize. the Biznaga for best director for this work, which was also awarded in the category of best photography. ‘Cobardes’, the second album by the authors of ‘Tapas’, José Corbacho and Juan Cruz, received the for its part, the Critics' Award.

In the interpretative section, the jury awarded the jury. to Ana Fernández the award for best actress for her work in ‘Welcome to Farewell-Gutmann & rsquo; and Javier Cámara for Best Actor for his role in ‘Fuera de carta’, a romantic comedy by Nacho G. Velilla that also won the Audience Award.

The cinema of director Mario Camus, responsible for iconic films such as ‘The Hive’ or ‘Los santos inocentes’, was the subject of the retrospective of this edition, which offered a lot of attention. a tribute to Fernando Fernán Gómez, who died five months earlier at the age of 86. Casting director Luis San Narciso received an award. the Ricardo Franco Award and the incombustible Concha Velasco was recognized with the Málaga Award for her professional career.

Download Awards list

Gran ambiente en la alfombra roja a las puertas del Teatro Cervantes 

Francisco de la Torre, alcalde de Málaga y Carmen Sevilla, inauguran la exposición Nostalgias en blanco y negro' (1915-1975: 60 años de cine español a través de la Agencia EFE) en la calle Larios 

Multitudinaria rueda de prensa de ‘8 citas’, película de Peris Romano y Rodrigo Sorogoyen en cuyo reparto coral participaron Verónica Echegui, Jordi Vilches, Raúl Arévalo, Alfonso Basave, Javier Pereira, Raquel Pérez y Melanie Olivares, entre otros 

La actriz Ana de Armas posa en la alfombra roja del Festival de Málaga 

Gerardo Vera presentó la exposición ‘Hollywood en España’, una selección de carteles de películas norteamericanas estrenadas en España entre 1940 y 1963 pertenecientes a su colección privada 

La mítica Concha Velasco recibió el Premio Málaga por su carrera en la undécima edición del Festival de Málaga 

We inform you that this website uses cookies of its own and of third-parties in order to allow the website to function (for example, manage acceptance of the use of cookies), and to analyze web traffic. You will be able to select the cookies you wish to authorize. For more information about cookies on this website click here.
Aceptar Rechazar Ajustes
Seleccione las cookies que desea aceptar

Save Changes Close
If you want to stay informed about all the news from the Malaga Film Festival
To Our Newsletter
Fill out only if you are a media outlet