ADÚ, Gaudí Award for Best Production Direction.
Once again, the Acadèmia del Cinema Català has presented its Gaudí Awards and among the winners in this 13th edition, our production ADÚ stands out, which received the award for “Best Production Direction“, in a gala that was held at the Auditori del Fòrum – CCIB with the presence of about 700 attendees and respecting the maximum protection measures derived from the Covid-19. The Academy was able to appreciate the great work done by the entire production team of the film, led by Luis Fernández and Anna Parra, adding to the awards already won by both of them at the 35th edition of the Goya Awards.
One of the most emotional moments of the Gaudí Awards gala was Carme Elías receiving the Gaudí d’Honor-Miquel Porter 2021 from Vicky Peña.
Here is the full list of winners:
La Vampira de Barcelona, directed by Lluís Danés, written by Lluís A. Martínez and María Jaén, and produced by Brutal Media and Filmax, with the participation of Televisió de Catalunya.
BEST NON-CATALAN LANGUAGE FILM
Las niñas, directed and written by Pilar Palomero, and produced by Las Niñas Majicas AIE, Inicia Films and BTeam Prods, with the participation of Televisió de Catalunya.
Pilar Palomero for Las Niñas Majicas.
Nuria Giménez Lorang for My Mexican Bretzel.
BEST FEMALE LEAD
Candela Peña for La boda de Rosa.
BEST MALE LEAD
Mario Casas for No matarás.
BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
Verónica Echegui for L’ofrena.
BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
Alberto San Juan for Sentimental.
BEST DOCUMENTARY FILM
My Mexican Bretzel, directed and written by Nuria Giménez Lorang and produced by Bretzel & Tequila Film Productions and Avalon PC.
BEST SHORT FILM
Ni oblit ni perdó, directed by Jordi Boquet Claramunt, written by Jordi Boquet Claramunt and Tomàs Bayo and produced by ESCAC Films.
BEST FILM FOR TELEVISION
La mort de Guillem, directed by Carlos Marques-Marcet, written by Roger Danès and Alfred Pérez-Fargas and produced by Lastor Media, Som*Batabat, Televisió de Catalunya, À Punt Mèdia and Suica Productions.
Daniela Cajías for Las niñas.
BEST PRODUCTION DIRECTION
Luis Fernández and Anna Parra for Adú.
BEST ART DIRECTION
Lluís Danés for La Vampira de Barcelona.
Nuria Giménez Lorang and Cristóbal Fernández for My Mexican Bretzel.
BEST ORIGINAL MUSIC
Niño de Elche for Niños somos todos.
Mercè Paloma for La Vampira de Barcelona.
Amanda Villavieja, Fernando Novillo and Alejandra Molina for Las niñas.
BEST VISUAL EFFECTS
Lluís Rivera, Anna Aragonès and Aleix Torrecillas for La Vampira de Barcelona.
BEST MAKE-UP AND HAIRDRESSING
Laura Pérez and Xavi Valverde for La Vampira de Barcelona.
BEST EUROPEAN FILM
Sorry We Missed You, directed by Ken Loach and written by Paul Laverty.
SPECIAL AUDIENCE AWARD
Les dues nits d’ahir, directed by Pau Cruanyes and Gerard Vidal, written by Pau Cruanyes, Gerard Vidal, Eudald Valdivieso and Ignasi Àvila and produced by Benecé Produccions, with the participation of Televisió de Catalunya.