With 5 nominations, the HBO Spain series leads a list of titles whereAlguien tiene que morir, El robo del siglo and Money Heist also stand out. Netflix leads as the screen with the most nominations. All the finalists, up next.
This Monday, July 19, the Palacio de Cibeles in Madrid served as the venue for announcing the finalists for the 8th edition of the Platinum Ibero-American Film and Audiovisual Awards, which each year adds more categories dedicated to television fiction.
After announcing their shortlist of candidate films and series, now actresses Belén Rueda and Paulina García and director Manolo Caro were in charge of revealing the definitive list of titles that will compete in the gala that will take place in Madrid on October 3.
And in the series section, this edition added the new category Best series creator, to reach a total of six shortlists.
Of the 24 nominations (four per category), Netflix leads as the screen with the most series or performers in competition, with 14. HBO Spain (7) and Movistar+ (3) are the other two platforms that manage to place original productions in this edition .
By titles, the Spanish Patria (HBO Spain) is the one with the most nominations, receiving five, including Best Series, Best Creator (Aitor Gabilondo) and three for its actresses: Elena Irureta, Susana Abaitua and Loreto Mauleón.
With four nominations come three original Netflix productions: the Spanish-Mexican Alguien tiene que morir, the Colombian El robo del sigo and the Spanish La casa de papel.
The other film miniseries or teleseries that will compete in some category in this edition of the Platinum Awards are Antidisturbios (Movistar+), 30 monedas (HBO Spain), El desorden que dejas (Netflix) and La casa de las flores (Netflix).
In cinema, meanwhile, the candidates for Best Ibero-American fiction film are El olvido que seremos, La llorona, Las niñas and Nuevo orden.
Nominations for All TV Categories
Best Miniseries or TV Series Ibero America
Alguien tiene que morir
El robo del siglo
Best Series Creator
Álex de la Iglesia, for 30 monedas
Rodrigo Sorogoyen e Isabel Peña, for Antidisturbios
Álex Pina, for La casa de papel
Aitor Gabilondo, for Patria
Best Female Performance
Inma Cuesta, for El desorden que dejas
Marcela Benjumea, for El robo del siglo
Cecilia Suárez, for La casa de las flores
Elena Irureta, for Patria
Best Male Performance
Eduard Fernández, for 30 monedas
Alejandro Speitzer, for Alguien tiene que morir
Andrés Parra, for El robo del siglo
Álvaro Morte, for La casa de papel
Best Supforting Actress
Ester Expósito, for Alguien tiene que morir
Najwa Nimri, for La casa de papel
Susana Abaitua, for Patria
Loreto Mauleón, for Patria
Best Supporting Actor
Ernesto Alterio, for Alguien tiene que morir
Patrick Criado, for Antidisturbios
Christian Tappan, for El robo del siglo
Rodrigo de la Serna, for La casa de papel
All the nomination for film can be found here.