Eager to make people laugh and without disowning his past with Tricicle, Carles Sans celebrates being... alone at last! A sentiment that’s the name of his first solo performance, ‘¡Por fin solo!’, which will tour theatres across Spain.
Cinema and theatre
The Argentinian group Les Luthiers will tour Spain and Latin America with ‘Más tropiezos de Mastropiero’, the show they’re bidding farewell to the stage with after more than five decades on the road.
For the last decade, the Platino Awards take the pulse of the Ibero-American film industry. And that beat reverberates with increasing force around the world thanks to their excellent films and series.
You don’t find filmmakers like Carla Simón, with a sincere, humble and honest gaze, every day. With just two films, 'Summer 1993' and 'Alcarràs', which aspires to three Platino Awards, this Catalan filmmaker has turned into a role model for Spanish film.
As president of the Academia de las Artes Escénicas, Cayetana Guillén Cuervo has promoted the Talía Awards, prizes that seek to recognise the work of a sector that she learned to admire as a child.
The name of dancer Sergio Bernal reverberates around the world of dance. For this reason, the first edition of the Talía Awards has decided to grant him the Emerging Talent Award.
The Talía Award for Emerging Talent goes to... María Hervás! This actress from Madrid has embodied some of the most acclaimed female characters in Spanish theatre in recent times.
From San Sebastián to Málaga, several Spanish cities have their own film festivals. One of them, in fact, is on par with the most important in the world. Do you know which one we’re talking about?
This Basque actor is one of the protagonists of the successful 'Alpha Males' series, which invites us to reflect on what it means to be a man in the 21st century. And it does so through humour, turning laughter into its best ally.
‘The Beasts’, ‘Lullaby’, ‘Alcarràs’, ‘Prison 77’ or ‘Manticore’ are just some of the great films that the Spanish film industry has released in 2022. Given this display of talent, we must ask ourselves: is this the best year ever for Spanish film?
Playing Willy Wonka, the leading role in the Spanish version of ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’, is Edu Soto’s latest challenge. He leads the audience into a fantasy world where everything is possible.