This Monday the Condor 2022 awards are presented: all the nominations for the best of Argentine cinema

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The Association of Film Reporters of Argentina has announced the candidates for the 70th edition of the Silver Condor Awardsthat distinguish the best of the national production of the year 2021.

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The awards ceremony will take place on Monday 3 October at the Cultural Center 25 de Mayo, with a live broadcast on Public Television and on the Contar platform.

The dog that doesn’t shut upby Ana Katz, with 17 nominations, is the production that appears in several categories. To follow the fugitiveby Natalia Meta, with 15; karnawalby Juan Pablo Félix, with 12; the attached, by Valentín Javier Diment, with 9; And history of the occultby Christian Ponce, with 8.

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The main prizes

In this new edition, three new prizes will be awarded: the María Luisa Bemberg Prize to an exceptional woman in the audiovisual sector, the Leonardo Favio Prize to a prominent male personality and the Salvador Sammaritano Prize to a film critic who is not part of the association.

Likewise, the entity will award the Silver Condor, in an independent ceremony, to the series and TV series broadcast on television and / or digital platformswhich will take place on November 14 at the Kirchner Cultural Center, with a live broadcast on Public Television and Contar, and the nominations will be announced in mid-October.

The complete list of candidates

fictional film

• “Attachment”, by Valentín Javier Diment.

• “The Dog That Doesn’t Shut Up”, by Ana Katz.

• “The fugitive”, by Natalia Meta.

• “Implosion”, by Javier Van de Couter.

• “Karnawal”, by Juan Pablo Félix.

• “A common crime”, by Francisco Márquez.


• “1982”, by Lucas Gallo.

• “Farewell to Memory”, by Nicolás Prividera.

• “Schegge”, by Natalia Garayalde.

• “(In) voluntary withdrawal”, by Sandra Gugliotta.

• “Three adrift of the creative act”, by Fernando Solanas.

• “A house without curtains”, by Julián Troksberg.


• “Schegge”, by Natalia Garayalde.

• “History of the Occult”, by Cristian Ponce.

• “Karnawal”, by Juan Pablo Félix.

• “Sleeping life”, by Natalia Labaké.

• “Zombies in the reeds”, by Pablo Schembori.

Film in co-production with Argentina

• Akelarre by Pablo Agüero (Spain, France and Argentina)

• Carajita by Silvina Schnicer, Ulises Porra (Argentina and Dominican Republic)

• Window Boy would also like to have an Alex Piperno submarine. (Uruguay, Argentina, Brazil, the Netherlands and the Philippines)

• The Nobodies by José Quiroga (Chile and Argentina)

• While the war of Alejandro Amenábar lasts (Spain and Argentina)

Ibero-American film

• “Rescue Distance”, by Claudia Llosa (Peru).

• “L’agente mole”, by Maite Alberdi (Chile).

• “The oblivion that we will be”, by Fernando Trueba (Colombia).

• “I condotti”, by Camilo Restrepo (Colombia).

• “Tragic Jungle”, by Yulene Olaizola (Mexico).

short fiction

• “The sidereal space”, by Sebastián Schjaer.

• “Fabián sings”, by Diego Crespo.

• “Instructions”, for Adela, by Laura Huberman and Manuela Martínez.

• “My last adventure”, by Ramiro Sonzini and Ezequiel Salinas.

• “Sycorax”, by Matías Piñeiro and Lois Patiño.

short documentary

• “From here and there”, by Melisa Liebenthal.

• “Gummed”, by Toia Bonino and Marcos Joubert.

• “Once Upon a Time in Quizca”, by Nicolás Torchinsky.

• “Mourning”, by Pablo Martín Weber.

• “Terminal Nord”, by Lucrecia Martel.


• Valentín Javier Diment for “El apego”.

• Natalia Garayalde for “Esquirlas”.

• Ana Katz for “The Dog That Won’t Shut Up”.

• Francisco Márquez for “A common crime”.

• Natalia Meta for “The Fugitive”.

• Javier Van de Couter for “Implosión”.

Leading Actress:

• Lola Berthet for “The Attachment”.

• Elisa Carricajo for “A common crime”.

• Marilú Marini for “Notturno”.

• Erica Rivas for “The Fugitive”.

• Eleonora Wexler for “I’m a girl, I’m a princess”.

Main actor

• Daniel Katz for “The Dog That Won’t Shut Up”.

• Osvaldo Laport for “Bandido”.

• Nahuel Pérez Biscayart for “El prófugo”.

• Leonardo Sbaraglia for “Wandering Heart”.

• Pepe Soriano for “Notturno”.

Supporting Actress

• Paola Barrientos for “I’m a girl, I’m a princess”.

• Mirta Busnelli for “The fugitive”.

• Miranda de la Serna for “Wandering Heart”.

• Monica Lairana for “Karnawal”.

• Valeria Lois for “The dog that doesn’t shut up”.

• Cecilia Roth for “The Fugitive”.

• Julieta Zylberberg for “The Dog That Won’t Shut Up”.

Support actor

• Alberto Ajaka for “Wandering Heart”.

• Alfredo Castro for “Karnawal”.

• Diego Cremonesi for “Karnawal”.

• Daniel Hendler for “The Fugitive”.

• Carlos Portaluppi for “The dog that doesn’t shut up”.

• Diego Velázquez for “Immortal”.

female revelation

• Miss Bolivia for “That weekend”.

• Malena Filmus for “How Queens Die”.

• Isabella GC for “I’m a girl, I’m a princess”.

• Mecha Martínez for “A common crime”.

• Nina Vera Suárez Bléfari for “Implosión”.

male revelation

• Nahuel Cabral for “The Frogs”.

• Mauricio Di Yorio for “The perfect David”.

• Daniel Katz for “The Dog That Won’t Shut Up”.

• Martín López Lacci for “Karnawal”.

• Rodrigo Torres for “The implosion”.

Original screenplay

• Leonardo Brzezicki for “Wandering Heart”.

• Valentín Javier Diment for “El apego”.

• Gonzalo Delgado and Ana Katz for “The dog that doesn’t shut up”.

• Juan Pablo Félix for “Karnawal”.

• Cristian Ponce for “History of the Occult”.

Adapted script

• Natalia Meta and Leonel D’Agostino for “El prófugo”, taken from the book “El mal menor”, ​​by CE Feiling.

• Sandra Gugliotta and Miguel Zeballos in (In) voluntary retreats, from “The privatization of bodies”, by Damián Pierbattisti.

• Federico Palazzo and José Paquez for “Yo nena, yo princess”, based on Gabriela Mansilla’s book “Yo baby, yo princess. Luana the girl who chose her name ”.

Direction of photography

• Bárbara Álvarez for “El prófugo”.

• Claudio Beiza for “El apego”.

• Gustavo Biazzi, Guillermo Nieto, Fernando Blanc, Joaquín Neira and Marcelo Lavintman for “El perro que no calla”.

• Franco Cerana and Camilo Giordano for “History of the Occult”.

• Ramiro Civita for “Karnawal”.


• Hernán Biasotti and Christian Ponce for “History of the Occult”.

• Omar Ester for “A house without curtains”.

• Eliane Katz for “The Fugitive”.

• Martin Sapia and Julieta Secco for “Splinters”.

• Andrés Tambornino for “The dog that doesn’t shut up”.

Sound design

• Guido Berenblum for “The Fugitive”.

• Hernán Biasotti for “History of the Occult”.

• Sebastián González for “Nocturna” • Jesica Suárez for “El perro que no calla”.

• Abel Tortorelli for “A common crime”.

original music

• Luciano Azzigotti for “The Fugitive”

• Nico Casal for “Wandering Heart”

• Álvaro Fombellida for “Bandido”

• Leonardo Martinelli for “Karnawal”

• Gustavo Pomeranec for “Attachment”

• Nicolás Villamil for “The dog that doesn’t shut up”

Original song

• “A party must go on”, by Javier Abinet and Nicolás Villamil for “El perro que no calla”.

• “Flow de barrio”, by Tiago PZK for “Cato”.

• “Loco”, by Tiago PZK, Nicolás Cotton and Enzo Ezequiel Sauthier for “Cato”.

• “Una cosa por vez”, by Javier Abinet and Nicolás Villamil for “El perro que no calla”.

• “Volveré”, by Diego Bravo and Osvaldo Laport for “Bandido”.

Costume Design

• Ignacio Buendía and Laura Roldán for “History of the Occult”.

• Regina Calvo and Gabriela Varela Laciar for “Karnawal”.

• Gabriela González for “Attachment”.

• Pilar González and Juan Sanza for “The dog that doesn’t shut up”.

• Mónica Toschi for “The Fugitive”.

Artistic direction

• Ignacio Buendía and Laura Roldán for “History of the Occult”.

• Ailí Chen for “The Fugitive”.

• Federico Mayol for “The Annex”.

• Mariela Rípodas for “The dog that doesn’t shut up”.

• Daniela Villela for “Karnawal”.

Make-up and hairdresser

• Néstor Burgos for “El apego”.

• Carla Fontana and Alejandra Suniar Gonda for “History of the Occult”.

• Dolores Giménez and Daniela Deglise for “The dog that doesn’t shut up”.

• Nancy Marignac for “Karnawal”.

• Emmanuel Miño for “The Fugitive”.


Source: Clarin

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