publicado el 28 September 2019 por Vaca Films
Vaca Films has received the OUFF 2019 Calpurnia de Honra award in a tribute gala that also screened “Cell 211”, a film that this year celebrates its tenth anniversary.
“This is a recognition that we receive with great satisfaction because it is a recognition of the work of many people who have accompanied us throughout these years. Great people who put a lot of effort and enthusiasm every day to move forward all our projects” wanted to highlight Emma Lustres.
The multi-award winning “Cell 211” was the protagonist at the gala, coinciding with the tenth anniversary of its premiere, a film that was also screened at the 2009 Ourense Film Festival after passing through the Venice and Toronto festivals. The main actors Luis Tosar, Alberto Ammann and Luis Zahera, along with director Daniel Monzón, accompanied producers Emma Lustres and Borja Pena in the reception of the award.
The tribute that OUFF 2019 pays to Vaca Films is completed with the edition of the book “Vaca Films. Paixón polo cinema” and with a special cycle with some of its most outstanding films.
“Vaca Films. Paixón polo cinema”
This is the title of the book with which the Ourense Film Festival wanted to pay tribute to the career of Vaca Films. It is a collective volume that is included in the festival’s own publications. Coordinated by Miguel Ángel Fernández, artistic director of the OUFF, the book reviews the production company’s trajectory through the contribution of around twenty film specialists such as Andrés Castro, Diana Ramahí, Fernando Redondo, Alberto Abuín and Eduardo Galán himself.
Vaca Films cycle
The cycle Vaca Films of the OUFF can be seen in the Centro Comercial Ponte Vella during the week of the festival with the following titles:
“Eye for an eye” (Paco Plaza), starring Luis Tosar; currently on the billboard.
“Invader” (Daniel Calparsoro), with Alberto Ammánn and Inma Cuesta; nominated for 5 Goya awards.
“El niño” (Daniel Monzón), with Luis Tosar and Jesús Castro; winner of 4 Goya awards.
“Retribution”, debut of Dani de la Torre; filmed in A Coruña with Luis Tosar and Javier Gutiérrez.
“To steal from a thief” (Daniel Calparsoro), with Rodrigo de la Serna, Luis Tosar and Raúl Arévalo.
“Feedback”, Pedro C. Alonso’s debut feature featuring Eddie Marsan, Paul Anderson and Ivana Baquero