The prize Futuro de Cine awards news talents of spanish cinema as Greta Fernández, who received the recompense beside the actor Pablo Molinero.
“Greta and Pablo have a lot in common about their career, with a good choice of projects they’ve been involved in,” said Carlos Madrid, Cinema Jove’s director
Actress Greta Fernández (Barcelona, 1995) honors her legacy. The daughter of the “goyarised” actor Eduard Fernández is a multidisciplinary artist who combines interpretation and photography.
Her first film experience at the age of 13 was directed by Cesc Gay in Ficció . Her most recent projects are La próxima piel of Isaki Lacuesta for which she received the Gaudí Awards of the Best Actress in a Supporting Role in 2017; No sé decir adiós of Lino Escalera; Amar of Esteban Crespo; and La enfermedad del domingo of Rámon Salazar.
Like the young people of her generation, Greta moves in social media with ease and has managed to make it a weighty asset in her notoriety, especially through Instagram. In the music world, she shot in C. Tangana’s video clip, Persiguiéndonos.
At the theater she started this year in Amanda T, a play directed by Àlex Mañas that tells the story of Amanda Todd, the 15-year-old Canadian who committed suicide because of cyber-harassment. Finally, she has just finished shooting for television the tragicomedy Matar al Padre , directed by Mar Coll for the Movistar + channel, on the pre-crisis post-Olympic Barcelona.
In her next projects are also Álex Montoya’s first film, La Gent, based on the homonyms work of the Valencian company Pérez & Disla; a television movie by Isabel Coixet, Elisa y Marcela, that looks back at the true story of two female Galician teachers in couple in 1901, creating a scandal in the Spanish Catholic society of the early past century; and a shoot with her father on the first production of Belén Funes entitled La hija de un ladrón.