Camera Café (Spanish TV series)

Camera Café is Spanish comedy TV series released in 2005 which was adapted from the French version Caméra Café.[1] Elena Arnao was the casting director.[2] It was directed by Luis Guridi from 2005 to 2009,[3][4] who looked for new actors and screenwriters.[5] It stars Arturo Valls, Carlos Chamarro, Carolina Cerezuela, Juana Cordero, Esperanza Pedreño and César Sarachu.[6]

Camera Café
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Jesús (Arturo Valls) and Julián (Carlos Chamarro)
Created by
Based onCaméra Café
Written by
  • Bárbara Alpuente (2006-2009)
  • Álex Mendíbil (2005-2009)
  • Santiago Aguilar (2005)
  • Álvaro López Quintana (2005)
  • Aurora Guerra (2005)
  • Guillermo Barrejón (2009)
  • Ana Galán (2009)
  • Toño García Rollán (2009)
Directed by
  • Luis Guridi (2005-2009)
  • Ana Huertas (2005)
  • Mayjo Ruiz (2005)
Country of originSpain
Original language(s)Spanish
Production
Producer(s)Paolo Nocetti
Camera setupSingle camera
Running time45 minutes
Production company(s)
Release
Original release18 September 2005 –
1 September 2009
External links
Website

On June 2019 it was confirmed there will be a film named Camera Café: la película,[7] which is set 10 years later with the same cast.[8][9][10]

CastEdit

  • Alex O'Dogherty as Arturo Cañas
  • Carlos Chamarro as Julián Palacios
  • Arturo Valls as Jesús Quesada
  • Luis Varela as Gregorio Antúnez
  • Marta Belenguer as Nacha Ruiz
  • Nacho Rubio as Juan Luis Lazcano
  • Daniel Albaladejo as Benito Avendaño
  • Carolina Cerezuela as Mónica Salazar
  • Ana Milán as Victoria de la Vega
  • Esperanza Pedreño as Maricarmen Cañizares
  • César Sarachu as Bernardo Martín
  • Mercedes López de Luzuriaga as Asun Sempere
  • Esperanza Elipe as Marimar Montes
  • Joaquín Reyes as Ricardo Mesa
  • Ana Ruiz as Sofía Guillén
  • Silvia Wheeler as Frida Lüdendorff
  • Javier Manrique as Lorenzo Pérez
  • Juana Cordero as Choches
  • José Cerós
  • Aparicio Rivero as Balmaseda
  • Carmela Quijano as Nieta de Asun
  • Manuel Tallafé as Paco
  • Josele Román
  • Charo López as Madre de Choches
  • Jason Matilla as Bombero
  • Jaume Sendra as Chico nuevo
  • Jérémy T. Gaudet as Christophe
  • Silvia Rey as Piluca Guerra

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ León Anguiano, Bienvenido (2010). Informativos para la televisión del espectáculo. Comunicacion Social. p. 137. ISBN 9788492860715.
  2. ^ "'Es hipócrita decir que se cuentan mentiras en la película de Lola Flores'". Diario Siglo XXI (in Spanish). 13 October 2007. Retrieved 19 October 2019.
  3. ^ "¡"Camera café" vuelve a Telecinco!". Vertele! (in Spanish). 7 June 2011. Archived from the original on 9 June 2011. Retrieved 19 October 2019.
  4. ^ "Luis Guridi, ex director de 'Camera Café': "Me involucro tanto que los directivos de Tele 5 llegaron a odiarme"". Ver Tele (in Spanish). 7 June 2011. Archived from the original on 9 June 2011. Retrieved 8 June 2011.
  5. ^ L. Monjas, Chusa (12 April 2007). "«No me veo haciendo cosas normales en televisión»". La Verdad (in Spanish). Vocento. Retrieved 19 October 2019.
  6. ^ L. Monjas, Chusa (12 April 2007). "«No me veo haciendo cosas normales en televisión»". Diario Vasco (in Spanish). Vocento. Retrieved 19 October 2019.
  7. ^ "Vuelve la mítica 'Cámera Café' en forma de película". 20 Minutos (in Spanish). 10 June 2019. Retrieved 19 October 2019.
  8. ^ Tresb (11 June 2019). "Arturo Valls confirma la película de Camera Café: esto es todo lo que sabemos". El Mundo (in Spanish). Unidad Editorial Información General, S.L.U. Retrieved 19 October 2019.
  9. ^ "'Camera Café' volverá como película diez años después con el mismo elenco". El Español (in Spanish). 11 June 2019. Retrieved 19 October 2019.
  10. ^ Cazallas, Javier (11 June 2019). "Camera Café: La película traerá de regreso a Arturo Valls y compañía". Hobby Consolas (in Spanish). Retrieved 19 October 2019.

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