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3 Edition

26 to 03 June 2000

In the year of the turn of the millennium, the festival was celebrated. The third edition of the Malaga Festival was held, an event that, despite its short life, had already established itself as a benchmark within the calendar of film competitions in our country. The feature film ‘Tierra de fuego’, a film by Chilean filmmaker Miguel Litñn and starring Jorge Perugorría and Ornella Muti, was in charge of inaugurating this edition.

‘Sexo por compasión’, the directorial debut of Laura Mañá, won the Biznaga de oro and the Audience Award, rising as the great winner of a widely distributed list of winners which also granted two awards to two other films. ‘Leo’, by José Luis Borau, received the Special Jury Award and the Best Music Award, while ‘Adiós con el corazón’, by José Luis García Sánchez, won the awards for best male performance for Juan Luis Galiardo and best script, signed by Rafael Azcona and the director himself.

The award for best director went to the young filmmaker Cesc Gay for ‘Krampack’ and the Cuban actress Tahimí Alvariño took with him the award for best female performance for her work in the movie ‘Waiting List’

The extensive work of the producer and screenwriter Elías Querejeta was the reason for the retrospective of this third edition of the Málaga Festival, which was dedicated to the film. His main tribute to Francisco Rabal, one of the great talents of Spanish interpretation of all time. The Ricardo Franco Prize was awarded to the composer Alberto Iglesias, who months before had received the Goya for best original music for the soundtrack of ‘Todo sobre mi madre’, by Pedro Almodóvar.

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Laura Mañá debutó como directora en Málaga con ‘Sexo por compasión’, película que obtuvo la Biznaga de oro y el Premio del Público 

Carlos Saura hace entrega del Premio Ricardo Franco al compositor Alberto Iglesias 

La fundamental trayectoria del actor Paco Rabal fue motivo del homenaje del Festival de Málaga en su tercera edición 

El cineasta José Luis Borau participó en la Sección Oficial del tercer Festival de Málaga con la película ‘Leo’, que recibió el Premio Especial del Jurado y al de mejor música 

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