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Company Profile


One of the five main production companies in Spain. It's based in Madrid and it's mainly dedicated to film production. It was founded in 1987. 
During these 32 years, the company has produced more than 160 films that have won multiple awards, including an Oscar for the best foreign language film for "THE SECRET IN THEIR EYES" by Juan José Campanella. Silver Lion for Best Direction and the Golden Osella for best screenplay for "THE LAST CIRCUS", directed by Alex de la Iglesia at the 67th Venice Film Festival. The Palme d'Or at the Cannes Festival for "THE WIND THAT SHAKES THE BARLEY" by Ken Loach. Jury Prize for best screenplay at the San Sebastian Festival and Goya for best actor in leading role for "MAY GOD SAVE US" by Rodrigo Sorogoyen. "FOUR STATIONS IN HAVANA" received in 2017 the platinum award for best Ibero-American miniseries. In 2018, the production company won a total of 10 Goya awards for "THE REALM" by rodrigo Sorogoyen, "A TWELVE YEARS NIGHT" by Alvaro Brechner and "THE MAN WHO KILLED DON QUIXOTE" by Terry Gilliam. 

Company Highlights


THE REALM / EL REINO   Feature Film 2018

Genre:                 Thriller/Drama

Director:             Rodrigo Sorgoyen

Screenplay:        Rodrigo Sorogoyen, Isabela Pena

Cast:                  Antonio de la Torre, Mónica López, José María Pou, Nacho Fresneda, Ana Wagener, Bárbara Lennie, Luis Zahera, Francisco Reyes, María de Nati

1973. Uruguay is governed by a military dictatorship. One autumn night, three Tupamaro prisoners are taken from their jail cells in a secret military operation. The order is precise: "As we can't kill them, let's drive them mad". The three men will remain in solitary confinement for twelve years. Among them is Pepe Mujica - later become president of Uruguay. 


2018 Toronto International Film Festival Canadá
2018 Festival Internacional de Cine de San Sebastián España
2018 BFI London Film Festival Reino Unido
2018 Bogotá International Film Festival Colombia

2019 European Film Awards




A TWELVE YEARS NIGHT  Feature Film 2018


Genre:             Drama

Director:         Alvaro Brechner

Screenplay:    Alvaro Brechner

Cast:               Antonio de la Torre, Chino Darín, Alfonso Tort / Soledad Villamil, Silvia Pérez Cruz, César Troncoso, Mirella Pascual, Nidia Telles


In early 18th century an African slave boy is chosen by a European Comtesse to be baptized and educated. Reaching adulthood, Angelo achieves prominence and soon becomes the Viennese court mascot until he decides to secretly marry a white woman.

Venice Film Festival


Film Festival Oostende

(LOOK! Competition)

Festival Internacional de Cine de San Sebastián

(Horizontes Latinos)

Festival Biarritz Amérique Latine

(Apertura - Sección Oficial a Competición)


(New Gold Views)

International Antalya Film Festival

(International Competition)

Busan International Film Festival

(World Cinema)

Bogotá International Film Festival

(Fantasmas del Pasado)

Warsaw Film Festival

(Special Screening)

La Mostra de Valencia - Cinema del Mediterrani

(Sección Informativa)

Mumbai International Film Festival

(World Cinema)

Perth Latino Film Festival


Thessaloniki International Film Festival 

(Open Horizons)

Festival de Cine de Cartago


Festival Cineuropa

Films from the South


International Crime and Punishment Film Festival

(Official Competition)

Festival du Film d'Amiens

(Compétition Long-Métrage)

Kolkata International Film Festival

(Cinema International)

Festival de Cine Iberoamericano de Huelva

(Sección Oficial)

Festival Internacional del Cine y la Palabra


Rencontres Cinématographiques de Cannes

Cairo International Film Festival





Genre:            Drama

Director:        Dieter Berner

Screenplay:    Dieter Berner, Hilde Berger

Cast:               Noah Saavedra, Maresi Riegner, Valerie Pachner, Marie Jung


At the beginning of the 20th century, Egon Schiele is one of the most provocative artists in Vienna. His life and work are driven by beautiful women and an era that is coming to an end. Two women will have a lasting impact on him – his sister and first muse Gerti, and 17 year old Wally, arguably Schiele’s one true love, immortalised in his famous painting ‘Death and the Maiden’. Schiele’s radical paintings scandalise Viennese society while daring artists like Gustav Klimt and art agents alike are sensing the exceptional.

But Egon Schiele is also prepared to go beyond his own pain and to sacrifice Love and Life for his Art.


Zürich IFF 2016

Busan IFF 2016

Mill Valley FF 2016

FilmFest Prag 2016

Internationale Hofer Filmtage 2016

Goa IFF 2016

Diagonale 2016

Austrian Film Festival Moscow 2017

Austrian Film Awards 2017: Best Actress in a main role for Valerie Pachner Romy Awards 2017: Best Screenplay for a Feature Film

Romy Film Awards 2017: Best Production of a Feature Film

Romy Film Awards 2017: Best Actress in a main role for Valerie Pachner Romy Film Awards 2017: Best upcoming Actor for Noah Saavedra





Genre:            Political Drama

Director:        Margarethe von Trotta

Screenplay:    Pamela Katz, Margarethe von Trotta

Cast:               Barbara Sukowa, Janet McTeer, Axel Milberg, Julia Jentsch, Ulrich Noethen,


New York, 1961. World-famous philosopher Hannah Arendt is thrilled when the reputable magazine «The New Yorker’» accepts her proposal to cover the trial of Nazi mass murderer Adolf Eichmann in Jerusalem. With this piece of work she seeks for a last chance to confront herself with the past, having been interned in France and barely having escaped deportation to a concentration camp herself. When she publishes her articles and coins the term ‘banality of evil’, the result is a global outcry of indignation. Public opinion worldwide consider Eichmann a monster and is appalled by Arendt’s unemotional approach and interpretation of history. Her life, name and reputation are threatenend. Defending her opinions with admirable courage, she refuses to be shaken by this bitter dispute even at the expense of personal friendships. Margarethe von Trotta’s feature film is a stirring glimpse on the controversy caused by Arendt’s uncompromising political thoughts and a portrait of an exceptional woman.


Leo Baeck Institute New York 2012: Leo Baeck Medaille

Bavarian Film Award 2012: Best Actress for Barbara Sukowa

Bavarian Minister President 2012: Honorary Award for Margarethe von Trotta

German Academy Award 2013: Silver Lola Best Film for Hannah Arendt

German Academy Award 2013: Golden Lola Best Actress for Barbara Sukowa @

Prix Eurimages 2013

Strasbourg 2013: Amnesty International Award

Guild of German Art House Cinemas 2013: Guild Film Award in Gold

Women Film Critics Circle Award 2nd place for Barbara Sukowa 2013

Göteborg International Film Festival 2013: Honorary Dragen Award

Bari 2013: Federico Fellini Award for Cinematic Excellence to Barbara Sukowa, Directors Award, Berlin 2014

The New York Times: Top Ten Best Films 2013

Film Critics Guild Japan 2014: Best Film 2013 @

Luxembourg Academy Awards 2014: Best Fiction in Coproduktion with Luxembourg Voices Women and Film Festival Denver 2014: Audience Award for Best Narrative Film