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Ángela Molina

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Ángela Molina
Ángela Molina en la 30 Semana de Cine de Medina del Campo.jpg
At the 30th International Medina del Campo Film Week in 2017
Born
Ángela Molina Tejedor

(1955-10-05) 5 October 1955 (age 66)
Madrid, Spain
OccupationActress
Years active1975–present
Children5, including Olivia[1]
Parent
RelativesMónica Molina (sister)

Ángela Molina Tejedor (born 5 October 1955) is a Spanish actress. Aside from her performances in Spanish films, she has starred in multiple international productions, particularly in a number of Italian films and television series.[2]

Family

Molina was born in Madrid on 5 October 1955, the daughter of singer Antonio Molina and Ángela Tejedor.[3] Her siblings Paula [es], Mónica and Miki [es] are also actors.[4] Another of her siblings, Noel [es], is a composer.[5]

Career

She studied dance and theatre art in the Escuela Superior de Madrid.[3] She made her film debut in 1975 with César Fernández Ardavín's No matarás.[6] Another early major credit is her performance as Rosa (a sexually provocative woman and unwed mother) in Black Brood (1977), a film portraying fascist violence in post-Francoist Spain.[7] She rose to international prominence after starring in Luis Buñuel's last film That Obscure Object of Desire (1977).[6]

She has worked with such directors as Luis Buñuel, the Taviani brothers, Jaime Chávarri, Pedro Almodóvar, Fernando Colomo, Jaime Camino, José Luis Borau, Manuel Gutiérrez Aragón, Giuseppe Tornatore,[4] Bigas Luna, Alain Tanner, Julio Medem,[8] Ridley Scott, Lina Wertmüller, Sergio Castellitto and Jaime de Armiñán.

In 1985, she became the first foreign actress to win the Italian cinematographic David di Donatello prize for her role in Lina Wertmüller's Camorra.[9] She was awarded the prize for Best Actress at the Donostia-San Sebastian International Film Festival in 1987 for her role in Half of Heaven. She was also repeatedly nominated for the Goya Awards (Spanish cinematographic awards).[citation needed]

In 1999, she was the Head of the Jury at the 49th Berlin International Film Festival.[10]

She was awarded with the Gold Medal of Merit in the Fine Arts in 2002 and the Spanish National Prize of Cinematography [es] in 2016.[4][11]

Selected filmography

Film

Year Title Role Notes Ref
1974 No matarás [12]
1975 No quiero perder la honra [es] [13]
1975 Las protegidas [13]
1976 La ciutat cremada (The Burned City) Roser Palau [14]
1976 Las largas vacaciones del 36 (The Long Vacation of '36) Encarna [15]
1977 Viva/muera Don Juan Tenorio [13]
1977 Nunca es tarde [ca] (It's Never Too Late) [13]
1977 Camada negra (Black Brood) Rosa [16]
1977 Ese oscuro objeto del deseo (That Obscure Object of Desire) Conchita Character also played by Carole Bouquet [17]
1977 A un dios desconocido (To an Unknown God) Soledad [18]
1978 La portentosa vida del padre Vicente [ca] (The Prodigious Life of Father Vincent) María [19]
1978 El hombre que supo amar (The Man Who Knew Love) Jazmin [20]
1979 El corazón del bosque (Heart of the Forest) Amparo [21]
1979 Operación Ogro (Ogro) Amaiur [22]
1979 L'ingorgo, una storia impossibile (Traffic Jam) Martina [23]
1979 Buone notizie (Good News) Fedora [24]
1980 Kaltgestellt (Put on Ice) Franziska [25]
1982 Gli occhi, la bocca (The Eyes, the Mouth) Wanda [26]
1982 Demonios en el jardín (Demons in the Garden) Ángela [27]
1983 Bearn o la sala de las muñecas [es] Xima [28]
1985 Un complicato intrigo di donne, vicoli e delitti (Camorra (A Story of Streets, Women and Crime)) Annunziata [29]
1985 Fuego eterno (Eternal Fire) Gabrielle [30]
1986 La sposa era bellissima (The Bride Was Beautiful) Maria [31]
1986 Streets of Gold Elena [32]
1986 El río de oro [ca] Laura [33]
1986 Lola [es] Lola [34]
1986 La mitad del cielo (Half of Heaven) Rosa Young Rosa played by Mónica Molina [35]
1987 Laura a la ciutat dels sants [ca] Laura [36]
1988 Luces y sombras (Lights and Shadows) Charo [37]
1988 Via Paradiso Giulia [38]
1989 Barroco Sefardita [39]
1989 Esquilache Fernandita [40]
1989 Las cosas del querer [es] (The Things of Love) Pepita [41]
1989 La Sabina [es] (Sabina) Pepa [42]
1990 Volevo i pantaloni Zia Vannina [43]
1990 Los ángeles (Angels) Natacha [44]
1991 Sandino Teresa Villatoro [45]
1991 Le voleur d'enfants (The Children Thief) Despossoria [46]
1992 1492: Conquest of Paradise Beatriz Enríquez de Arana [47]
1994 Con gli occhi chiusi (With Closed Eyes) Rebecca [48]
1995 Las cosas del querer 2 [es] Pepita Reprise of role in Las cosas del querer [41]
1996 Edipo alcalde (Oedipus Mayor) Yocasta [49]
1997 Carne trémula (Live Flesh) Clara [50]
1998 El viento se llevó lo qué [it] (Wind with the Gone) Doña María [51]
2000 One of the Hollywood Ten Rosaura Revueltas [52]
2000 El mar (The Sea) Carmen Onaindia [53]
2001 Malefemmene (Bad Women) Nunzia [54]
2002 Piedras (Stones) Isabel [55]
2002 Carnages (Carnage) [citation needed]
2003 Al sur de Granada (South from Granada) Doña Felicidad [56]
2006 El triunfo [ca] Chata [57]
2006 Los Borgia (The Borgia) Vanozza Cattanei [58]
2006 La sconosciuta (The Unknown Woman) Lucrezia [59]
2007 La masseria delle allodole (The Lark Farm) Ismene [60]
2008 14, Fabian Road Palmira [61]
2008 Diario de una ninfómana (Diary of a Nymphomaniac) Cristina [62]
2009 Baarìa Sarina [63]
2009 Los abrazos rotos (Broken Embraces) Madre de Lena [64]
2009 Barbarossa Hildegard von Bingen [65]
2010 The Way Angelica [66]
2010 Carne de neón (Neon Flesh) Pura [67]
2012 Blancanieves (Snow White) Doña Concha [68]
2012 Miel de naranjas (Orange Honey) María [69]
2012 Memoria de mis putas tristes Casilda (old) Young version of Casilda Armenia played by Olivia Molina [70]
2015 Nessuno si salva da solo (You Can't Save Yourself Alone) Lea [71]
2016 Tini: El gran cambio de Violetta (Tini: The Movie) Isabella [72]
2017 El otro hermano [es] Marta [73]
2017 El último traje (The Last Suit) María [74]
2018 El árbol de la sangre (The Tree of Blood) Julieta [75]
2019 Me llamo Gennet Pilar Gómez [76]
2021 Charlotte Charlotte [77]
2022 La piedad (Piety) Libertad [78]
Other

Television

Year Title Role Notes Ref
1985 Quo Vadis? Acte Miniseries [79]
2006 The Holy Family
2010–13 Gran Reserva Sofía Ruiz de Reverte [80][81][82]
2020 La valla (The Barrier) Emilia Noval [83]
2022 A Private Affair Doña Asuncion [84]

Awards and nominations

Year Award ceremony Category Work Result Ref.
1986 31st David di Donatello Awards Best Actress Camorra Won [9]
1987 1st Goya Awards Best Actress Half of Heaven Nominated [85]
1989 3rd Goya Awards Best Actress Luces y sombras Nominated [86]
1990 4th Goya Awards Best Actress The Things of Love Nominated [87]
1998 12th Goya Awards Best Supporting Actress Live Flesh Nominated [88]
2013 27th Goya Awards Best Supporting Actress Snow White Nominated [89]
22nd Actors and Actresses Union Awards Best Film Actress in a Secondary Role Nominated [90][91]
2021 35th Goya Awards Honorary Goya Award n/a Won [92]
52nd International Film Festival of India IFFI Best Actor Award (Female) Charlotte Won [93]
2022 9th Platino Awards Best Actress Nominated [94][95]

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