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2018 has started very well for Uncertain Glory; not only has the film been the most nominated (16 nominations) at the 10th Gaudí Awards, but it has also been the most awarded! We’ve taken home 8 statuettes…

Best Actress in a Leading Role for Núria Prims
Best Actor in a Supporting Role for Oriol Pla
Best Production Manager for Aleix Castellón
Best Cinematography for Josep M. Civit
Best Sound for Xavier Mas, Ricard Galceran and Fernando Novillo
Best Costume Design for Mercè Paloma
Best Makeup and Hairstyling for Alma Casal
Best Visual Effects for Bernat Aragonès and Lolo López Egea


But UNCERTAIN GLORY has also been recognized in the signature cinema circuit both nationally and internationally. Let’s review all the festivals the film has gone to …

Incerta Glòria was screened at the 65th San Sebastián Film Festival, in the Made in Spain section, where the most important Spanish films of the year are programmed.

In the same way, the Semana Internacional del Cine de Valladolid (Seminci) also wanted to include the film in the Spanish Cinema section. In the Goya Awards, UNCERTAIN GLORY was nominated for Best Adapted Screenplay, for the immense work of adapting Joan Sales’ novel to the big screen. In addition, the film had a special mention from the jury at the FIC-CAT (International Film Festival in Catalan).

And our actors have also received their part… Núria Prims has earned the reward for the interpretation of Carlana, the main character. She has been nominated for Best Actress in a Leading Role in four festivals (Gaudí Awards, Feroz Awards, Cartellera Túria Awards and CineHórizontes) and she has won three out of four: the Gaudí, the Cartellera Túria and the CineHórizontes (France).

Oriol Pla, who plays the complicated character of Soleràs, has also been nominated repeatedly (Gaudí Awards, Feroz Awards and CineHórizontes) and has won a statuette at the 10th Gaudí Awards and the CineHórizontes for Best Actor in a Supporting Role.

We have obtained a total of 22 nominations, 11 national and international awards, and several screenings at some of the best film festivals worldwide … We want to deeply thank the great work of all the team that has participated in the movie. Glory is becoming less uncertain!

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