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Macondo Awards

Macondo Awards
7th Macondo Awards
Estatuilla Premios Macondo..jpg
Country Colombia
Presented by Colombian Academy of Cinematography Arts and Sciences
First awarded 2010
Website Official website

The Macondo Awards are given by the Colombian Academy of Cinematography Arts and Sciences (Spanish: Academia Colombiana de Artes y Ciencias Cinematográficas) to honor achievement in Colombian cinema.

The awards are given annually since 2010 by the Academy, whose members include Colombian actors, directors, producers, and industry film technicians.[1]

History

The first edition of the Macondo Awards was held in October 2010 at the Jorge Eliecer Gaitán Theatre.[2] The award's name is based on Macondo, the fictional town in Gabriel García Márquez's novel, One Hundred Years of Solitude. The statuette was created by Roberto Cano and is based on the Macondo tree.[3]

Awards

  • Best Film (Mejor Película)
  • Best Documentary (Mejor Documental)
  • Best Director (Mejor Director)
  • Best Original Screenplay (Mejor Guión Original)
  • Best Lead Actor (Mejor Actor Principal)
  • Best Lead Actress (Mejor Actriz Principal)
  • Best Supporting Actor (Mejor Actor de Reparto)
  • Best Supporting Actress (Mejor Actriz de Reparto)
  • Best Cinematography (Mejor Fotografía)
  • Best Editing (Mejor Montaje)
  • Best Original Score (Mejor Música Original)
  • Best Sound Design (Mejor Sonido)
  • Best Art Direction (Mejor Dirección de Arte)
  • Best Costume Design (Mejor Diseño de Vestuario)
  • Best Makeup (Mejor Maquillaje)
  • Best Short (Mejor Cortometraje)
  • Best Animated Film (Mejor película de Animación)
  • Lifetime Award Premio a Toda una Vida)
  • Audience Award (Premio del público)

Ceremonies

Year Edition Date Place Categories Ref.
2010 I 21 October Jorge Eliécer Gaitán Theatre, Bogotá 12 [4]
2012 II 22 November Jorge Tadeo Lozano University, Bogotá 16 [5]
2013 III 30 November Teatro Mayor Julio Mario Santo Domingo, Bogotá 16 [6]
2015 IV 4 December Hotel Tequendama, Bogotá 15 [7]
2016 V 18 November Faenza Theatre, Bogotá 16 [8]
2017 VI 14 December Faenza Theatre, Bogotá 16 [9]
2018 VII 17 November Ágora Bogotá, Bogotá 16 [10]

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