Mireia Covas | MALLORCA

Actor Carlos Santos will present the film in Palma in a meeting with the public

The Gas Natural Fenosa Cycle of Itinerant Cinema Summer 2017 < / a> continues the march on August 10 with the screening of the two Goyas-winning movie The man with a thousand faces . The initiative, jointly promoted by Gas Natural Fenosa and the Film Academy, will stop in Palma, attended by one of the protagonists of the film, Carlos Santos , who will present it in a colloquium that will complement the projection and allow filmmakers from Palma to discover the curiosities and anecdotes from the shoot.

The screening is included in the popular Outdoor Cinema program at Parc de la Mar. It will start at 9.30 pm and will be free of charge until full capacity is reached. In this projection the Consell de Mallorca (Mallorca Film Commission), the Government of the Balearic Islands (Balearic Tourism Agency) and the City Council of Palma, the organizers of the Outdoor Cinema , collaborate.

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Palma is the fifth stop in the cycle. In this ninth edition, the initiative passes through ten cities in Spain, to which feature films will be marked in 2016 and the first months of 2017.

With two Goyas for the best screenplay and best actor, El hombre de las thousand faces is a story of cheaters and imposters inspired by real events, in which Francisco Paesa (Eduard Fernández), Former secret agent of the Spanish Government, is hired by Luis Roldán (Carlos Santos) and his wife to hide 1.5 billion pesetas taken from public money.

Winner of the Goya for best actor for this story, Carlos Santos, he has appeared in films such as Also the rain and in 2016 he released Villaviciosa de al al and The burrow . On television, audiences have seen him on series such as Los Men de Paco and El tiempo entre costuras , among others.

The Gas Natural Fenosa Cycle of Traveling Cinema – which has brought the best Spanish cinema to more than 45,000 spectators in more than 75 Spanish cities, since July 2013 – returns in the summer months. After stopping in Palma, the initiative will travel to Cádiz, Gijón, Sagunto, Ribadeo and Sabadell, to once again contribute to bring the seventh Spanish art to various corners of the country.

CALL (photocall and media encounter)
Day: August 10th
Time: 9pm
Place: Parc de la Mar (in case of adverse weather conditions it will take place at the Cinema City).
The media is kindly requested to confirm attendance at mariagil@academiadecine.com (indicate in the communication if you would like to attend the film screening).