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Penelope Cruz Honored at Santa Barbara Film Festival |  cinema |  entertainment

Penelope Cruz Honored at Santa Barbara Film Festival | cinema | entertainment

The Santa Barbara Film Festival, A city in North Los Angeles, paid tribute to the Spanish actress Penelope Cruz Wednesday night with the presentation of the Montecito Prize.

From Arlington Theater in Santa Barbara, Where the award was given, the cruise was shown “Very grateful and happy” He won the award and wanted to devote some kind words to his countryman Pedro AlmodóvarDirector Parallel mothers.

“He is part of my family, he is a close friend and the reason I decided to become an actress (…) inspires me a lot and it was nice to get to know him and work with him”, Cruz said.

In this way, the actress got an award that she had gone to in previous editions Isabelle Hubert, Sylvester Stallone, Jennifer Aniston, Oprah Winfrey, Julianne Moore, Kate Winslet or Naomi Watts, Among other things.

Similarly, the translator referred to the tape Parallel motherswho he said has some “deep personalities, with different layers and who struggle to be honest in the face of a life full of challenges”.

Cruz ranks so well in the race for the Oscars, that recognition has been added to Venice Film Festival Volpi Cup And the Best Actress award, according to the Los Angeles Critics Association, for her role in the film Parallel mothers

On the other hand, the Spanish actor Javier Bardem He actually received this award in 2008, when he played the title role There is no country for old menAnd this Thursday he will do the same with the Maltin Modern Master Award for his joint performance with Nicole Kidman On Being Ricardos.

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Although it is a small event on the festival circuit, the Santa Barbara event is a strategic event for the Oscars, because it takes place in a coastal California municipality where various personalities from the world of cinema and a large number of Oscars voters attend. (me)