Gaudí Awards

The Gaudí Awards (Catalan: Premis Gaudí) are the main film awards of Catalonia, celebrated annually in Barcelona. The awards were established in 2009 by the Catalan Film Academy[1] as a continuation and expansion of the Barcelona Cinema Awards (Premis Barcelona de Cinema), originally established in 2002.[2]

Gaudí Awards
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Trophy that winners receive
TypeFilm Awards
LocationCatalonia, Spain
Presented byAcadèmia del Cinema Català
First awarded2009
WebsiteGaudí Awards

The trophy was designed by Montse Ribé and is inspired by the chimneys of Antoni Gaudí's Casa Milà.[3]

Award categoriesEdit

  • Gaudí Honorary Award: since 2009; now called Miquel Porter Gaudí Honorary Award
  • Gaudí Award for Best Film in Catalan Language: since 2009
  • Gaudí Award for Best Non-Catalan Language Film: since 2009
  • Gaudí Award for Best Director: since 2009
  • Gaudí Award for Best Documentary: since 2009
  • Gaudí Award for Best Animated Feature Film: since 2009
  • Gaudí Award for Best TV Film: since 2009
  • Gaudí Award for Best European Film: since 2009
  • Gaudí Award for Best Original Screenplay: since 2009
  • Gaudí Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role: since 2009
  • Gaudí Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role: since 2009
  • Gaudí Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role: since 2009
  • Gaudí Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role: since 2009
  • Gaudí Award for Best Cinematography: since 2009
  • Gaudí Award for Best Original Score: since 2009
  • Gaudí Award for Best Film Editing: since 2009
  • Gaudí Award for Best Art Direction: since 2009
  • Gaudí Award for Best Visual Effectes: since 2009
  • Gaudí Award for Best Sound: since 2009
  • Gaudí Award for Best Short Film: since 2009
  • Gaudí Award for Best Costume Design: since 2010
  • Gaudí Award for Best Makeup: since 2010
  • Gaudí Award for Best Production Director: since 2010

CeremoniesEdit

The following is a listing of all Gaudí Awards ceremonies:

Ceremony Date Best Film in Catalan Language Host(s) Venue Ref.
1st Gaudí Awards January 19, 2009 El cant dels ocells
(Birdsong)
Clara Segura [ca] Coliseum (Barcelona) [4]
2nd Gaudí Awards February 1, 2010 Tres dies amb la família [ca]
(Three Days With The Family)
Dafnis Balduz, Santi Ibáñez, Santi Millán, Clara Segura Coliseum (Barcelona) [5]
3rd Gaudí Awards January 17, 2011 Pa negre
(Black Bread)
Quim Masferrer Artèria Paral·lel (Barcelona) [6]
4th Gaudí Awards[7] February 6, 2012 EVA Xavi Mira, Alba Florejachs Artèria Paral·lel (Barcelona) [8]
5th Gaudí Awards [ca] February 3, 2013 Blancaneu
(Snow White)
Andreu Buenafuente Palau dels Esports (Barcelona) [9]
6th Gaudí Awards [ca] February 2, 2014 La plaga [ca]
(The Plague)
Àngel Llàcer Palau dels Esports (Barcelona) [10]
7th Gaudí Awards [ca] February 1, 2015 Rastres de Sàndal
(Traces of Sandalwood)
Àngel Llàcer Sant Jordi Club (Barcelona) [11]
8th Gaudí Awards [ca] January 31, 2016 El camí més llarg per tornar a casa [ca]
(The Long Way Home)
Rossy de Palma Forum Auditorium (Barcelona) [12]
9th Gaudí Awards [ca] January 29, 2017 La propera pell
(The Next Skin)
Bruno Oro Forum Auditorium (Barcelona) [13]
10th Gaudí Awards [ca] January 28, 2018 Estiu 1993
(Summer 1993)
David Verdaguer Forum Auditorium (Barcelona) [14]
11th Gaudí Awards [ca] January 27, 2019 Les distàncies [ca]
(Distances)
Mag Lari [ca] Congress Palace of Catalonia (Barcelona) [15]
12th Gaudí Awards [ca] January 19, 2020 Els dies que vindran
(The Days to Come)
Anna Moliner [ca] International Barcelona Convention Center (Barcelona) [16]
13th Gaudí Awards [ca] March 21, 2021 La vampira de Barcelona [ca]
(The Vampiress of Barcelona)
International Barcelona Convention Center (Barcelona) [17]
14th Gaudí Awards March 6, 2022 Sis dies corrents
(The Odd-Job Men)
MNAC's Oval Room (Barcelona) [18]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Els primers premis Gaudí del cinema català" (PDF) (in Catalan). 20 January 2009. Retrieved 18 October 2011.
  2. ^ "Gaudí Awards". Catalan Film Academy. The Gaudí Awards are an initiative of the Col·legi de Directors de Cinema de Catalunya and they come from the Barcelona Awards, born on 2002.
  3. ^ "La Acadèmia del Cinema crea los premios Gaudí" (in Catalan). 25 November 2008. Retrieved 18 October 2011.
  4. ^ "I Premis Gaudí". www.academiadelcinema.cat. Retrieved 2021-05-01.
  5. ^ "II Premis Gaudí". www.academiadelcinema.cat. Retrieved 2021-05-01.
  6. ^ "III Premis Gaudí". www.academiadelcinema.cat. Retrieved 2021-05-01.
  7. ^ "4th Gaudí Awards". Catalan Film Academy. 2012.
  8. ^ "IV Premis Gaudí". www.academiadelcinema.cat. Retrieved 2021-05-01.
  9. ^ "V Premis Gaudí". www.academiadelcinema.cat. Retrieved 2021-05-01.
  10. ^ "VI Premis Gaudí". www.academiadelcinema.cat. Retrieved 2021-05-01.
  11. ^ "VII Premis Gaudí". www.academiadelcinema.cat. Retrieved 2021-05-01.
  12. ^ "VIII Premis Gaudí". www.academiadelcinema.cat. Retrieved 2021-05-01.
  13. ^ "IX Premis Gaudí". www.academiadelcinema.cat. Retrieved 2021-05-01.
  14. ^ "X Premis Gaudí". www.academiadelcinema.cat. Retrieved 2021-05-01.
  15. ^ "XI Premis Gaudí". www.academiadelcinema.cat. Retrieved 2021-05-01.
  16. ^ "XII Premis Gaudí". www.academiadelcinema.cat. Retrieved 2021-05-01.
  17. ^ "XIII Premis Gaudí". www.academiadelcinema.cat. Retrieved 2021-05-16.
  18. ^ "La gala de los XIV Premis Gaudí se celebrará el 6 de marzo en el MNAC". Europa Press. 17 November 2021.

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