2020-01-10 – 09:20 h

The Goya Awards, which will celebrate their 34th edition next Saturday, January 25th in Malaga (read news), will fill the city with encounters with the nominees between January 13-24, offering screenings, round tables, and two exhibitions, to bring the cinema and its protagonists closer to all audiences.


Among the scheduled events, we’d like to highlight the round table that will happen on Friday, January 24th at 20:30h at the Picasso Malaga Museum, having the composers nominated to the best original music/score: Arturo Cardelús (Buñuel in the Labyrinth of the Turtles), Alberto Iglesias (Pain and Glory), Pascal Gaigne (The Endless Trench) and Alejandro Amenábar (While at War), moderated by the composer Luis Ivars. This event will be free entry until the venues’s full capacity is reached.


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