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"A crazy dream". Andrés Vicente Gómez.
"Being a Film Producer". Andrés Vicente Gómez.
FILMMAKERS WITH LOLAFILMS
Born a King
"The Last Horseman". The new musical created by Ray Loriga and John Cameron.
Premiere of the Musical play " The Last Horseman" in Los Teatros del Canal, Madrid.
¡Ay, Carmela!. The Musical.The contemporary classic of Sanchís Sinisterra. Directed by Andrés Lima, musical direction by Joan Valent and scenography by Beatriz San Juan.
"As luck would have it", Directed by Álex de la Iglesia. Two Nominations in the Goya Awards 2012.
¡Ay,Carmela!. Directed by Carlos Saura. Great winner in the Goya Awards 1991 (Thirteen Goyas and two Nominations).
"Belle Époque". Directed by Fernando Trueba. Oscar Awarded to the best foreign language film. Nine Goya Awards. Great success at the box office in Spain and United States (1993).
"Beltenebros". Directed by Pilar Miró. Based on the novel by Antonio Muñoz Molina. Three Goya Awards and seven Nominations (1992). Silver Bear in Berlín Film Festival.
"The year of the awakening". Directed by Fernando Trueba. Silver Bear in Berlín Film Festival, Goya Award for best supporting actress (1987).
"Matador". Directed by Pedro Almodóvar (1986). Sex, Love and Death.
"Rowing with the wind". Six Goya Awards (Thirteen Nominations). Shell Gold in San Sebastián International Film Festival (1989).
"El Dorado" , Nine Nominations in the Goya Awards (1989). Official Competition at the International Film Festival of Cannes.
"The ages of Lulú". The adaptation of the novel by Almudena Grandes had a great success in the box office. A Goya Award and a Nomination for best script (1991).
"Jamón, Jamón". Directed by Bigas Luna. Silver Lion in Venice Film Festival (1992) and six Nominations in the Goya Awards (1993).
"Golden balls". Directed by Bigas Luna, Prize of the Jury San Sebastián Film Festival (1993).
"The turkish passion". Directed by Vicente Aranda. Two Goya Awards and Ten Nominations (1995). Based on the novel of the same title by Antonio Gala.
"Two Much", a Comedy of Fernando Trueba. A Nomination in the Goya Awards (1997).
"The detective and the death". Directed by Gonzalo Suárez. Five Nominations in the Goya Awards 1995.
"The day of the beast". Directed by Álex de la Iglesia. Six Goya Awards and Eight Nominations (1996), Mèliés D´or Fantastic Film Festival of Brussels.
"Perdita Durango". Directed by Álex de la Iglesia. Two Goya Awards and Two Nominations (1998).
"The girl of your dreams". Directed by Fernando Trueba. Seven Goya Awards (1998), Berlín International Film Festival : Official Section of Feature Film (1999).
"Desafinado". Directed by Manuel Gómez Pereira. A comedy as sophisticated as it is roguish (2001).
"Commonwealth". Directed by Álex de la Iglesia. Three Goya Awards and Twelve Nominations (2001). Nominated for Two European Film Awards.
"Gaudí Afternoon". Directed by Susan Seidelman (2001). Based on Barbara Wilson´s novel, Barcelona and above all Gaudi´s architecture are the leading characters of this film.
"The dancer upstairs". Directed by John Malkovich. Official Competition at the International Film Festival of Venice (2002).
"Soldiers of Salamina". Directed by David Trueba. A Goya Award and Seven Nominations (2004).
"The feast of the goat". Directed by Luis Llosa (2005). Based on the book of the same name by Mario Vargas Llosa.
"Manolete". Directed by Menno Meyjes (2006). Biographical film about the life and death of bullfighter Manuel Rodriguez "Manolete".
"Teresa, body of Christ". Directed by Ray Loriga. Set in the 16th century, it narrates the story of Teresa de Ávila.
"Love songs in Lolita´s club". Directed by Vicente Aranda (2007). Film adaptation of the novel by Juan Marsé.
"The cónsul of Sodom". Directed by Sigfrid Monleón. Based on the life of the poet Jaime Gil de Biedma. Five Nominations in the Goya Awards 2010.
"Io, Don Giovanni". Directed by Carlos Saura. Nominated for Best Production Design in the European Film Awards 2010.
"Black Serenade". Directed by Pedro L. Barbero and Vicente J. Martín Teran. Drama, Horror and Suspense (2001).
"Savolta´s case". Directed by Antonio Drove. Based on the first Novel by Eduardo Mendoza.
"The things of love". Directed by Jaime Chávarri. Seven Nominations in the Goya Awards 1990.
"La Celestina". Directed by Gerardo Vera. Seven Nominations in the Goya Awards 1997.
"Dying of laughter". Directed by Álex de la Iglesia. One Nomination in the Goya Awards 2000.
"Goya in Bordeaux". Directed by Carlos Saura . Five Goya Awards and Five Nominations (2000). European Film Awards 2000: Best Photography.
"Lázaro de Tormes". Directed by Fernando Fernán Gómez and José Luis García Sánchez. Two Goya Awards and Three Nominations (2001).
"Shanghai Spell". Directed by Fernando Trueba. Three Goya Awards and Three Nominations (2003).
"The 7th day". Directed by Carlos Saura. Four Nominations in the Goya Awards (2005).
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