Antonio Banderas 'Pain & Glory' wins Best Actor award @SFBAFCC 201924-12-2019
''I am so honored to be recognized as the Best Actor of 2019 for Pain And Glory by the SFBA Film Critics Circle. Thank you very much!!!'' Antonio Bandera's words on Dec 16, 2019, after being awarded as the best actor on Cannes Film 2019.
This has been a great year for the Spanish actor Antonio Banderas.
|The #SFBAFCC 2019 winner for Best Actor is @antoniobanderasoficial for #painandglory
After the Hollywood star, Antonio Banderas threw open the doors of his own theatre 'Soho Teatro' in his hometown of Malaga in southern Spain in November this year with an inaugural performance of "A Chorus Line" and winning the award as Best Actor for his work in 'Pain and Glory' at the Cannes Film Festival 2019. The Malagan, who will turn 60 in 2020, lives a moment of inflection in his career winning another Best Actor award this time, with the San Francisco Bay Area Film Critics Circle.
The San Francisco Bay Area Film Critics Circle (SFBAFCC), was founded in 2002, is comprised of film critics from around the Bay Area.
|Antonio Banderas Best Actor Cannes 2019
Antonio Banderas poses with his trophy on May 25, 2019, after he won the Best Actor Prize for his part in Dolor Y Gloria (Pain and Glory) at the 72nd edition of the Cannes Film Festival.
|Antonio Banderas and Pedro Almodóvar 2019
"Pain and Glory" is a Spanish drama film directed and written by Pedro Almodóvar. It stars Antonio Banderas, Asier Etxeandia, Penélope Cruz, Julieta Serrano, and Leonardo Sbaraglia. The film was released in Spain on 22 March 2019 to positive reviews.
Antonio Banderas is at a career-high with this performance, and Almodóvar's direction and vision are so beautiful, so striking.
After three decades of work in Hollywood, it has been a Spanish film that has put the malagueño at the gates of the Oscar. Just in case, Banderas has also decided to score its own goal this year without depending on other people's decisions.
Another step on his path to success towards the Oscar for 'Dolor y Gloria' (Pain and Glory). The Spanish Film Academy has chosen the Spanish film as the proposal for the best non-English speaking film in the Oscars. Thus, Pedro Almodóvar will once again try to win an award he already won with 'Todo Sobre mi Madre'.
With or without Oscar, Banderas will turn 60 next August and 2020 will be a year of inflection for him. Sources from his surroundings point out that the performer aspires to consolidate himself as a dramatic actor, far from the Latin lover or adventurous archetype, without renouncing theatre. The kingdom is his.
Antonio Banderas has played a big roll in Spain and especially in Malaga and Marbella. always leaving the name of Spain to the highest level. He has also participated in several charity events in the region and is a loved person in the country.
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