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User Rating:7.2/10 8,048 votes
Director:Julian Schnabel

Writers:Cunningham O'Keefe (written by) &
Lázaro Gómez Carriles (written by) ...
Release Date:26 January 2001 (USA) more
Genre:Biography | Drama more
Plot:Episodic look at the life of Cuban poet and novelist, Reinaldo Arenas (1943-1990), from his childhood... more | add synopsis
Plot Keywords:Gay Latino | Male Nudity | Male Full Frontal Nudity | Latino | Homosexual more
Awards:Nominated for Oscar. Another 11 wins & 15 nominations more
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Original Music by Carter Burwell (music composed by)

Additional Details

Also Known As:Antes que anochezca (USA: Spanish title)

Antes que anochezca Argentina / Peru / Spain / USA (Spanish title)
Avant la nuit France
Avant que tombe la nuit Canada (French title)
Bevor es Nacht wird Germany
Ennen y?t? Finland
Miel?tt leszáll az éj Hungary
Prije noci Croatia
Prima che sia notte Italy
Prin pesei i nyhta Greece
Viata si epoca lui Reynaldo Arenas Romania

MPAA:Rated R for strong sexual content, some language and brief violence.
Parents Guide:Add content advisory for parents
Runtime:133 min | South Korea:123 min
Language:English | Spanish | Russian | French
Color:Color (Technicolor)
Aspect Ratio:1.85 : 1 more
Sound Mix:Dolby Digital
Certification:New Zealand:R13 | Canada:14 (Nova Scotia) | Canada:14A (Alberta) | Canada:18A (British Columbia) | Canada:AA (Ontario) | Canada:PA (Manitoba) | UK:15 (cut) | Portugal:M/16 | Canada:14A (Ontario - 2006) | Finland:K-15 (2007) (self applied) (TV rating) | Finland:K-18 (2006) (self applied) (TV rating) | Argentina:16 | Australia:MA | Chile:18 | France:U | Peru:18 | Singapore:R(A) | Spain:13 | Sweden:11 | Switzerland:16 (canton of Geneva) | Switzerland:16 (canton of Vaud) | USA:R | South Korea:15 (cut)
Filming Locations:New York, USA more
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Company:El Mar Pictures more

Synopsis Episodic look at the life of Cuban poet and novelist, Reinaldo Arenas (1943-1990), from his childhood in Oriente province to his death in New York City. He joins Castro's rebels. By 1964, he is in Havana. He meets the wealthy Pepe, an early lover; a love-hate relationship lasts for years. Openly gay behavior is a way to spite the government. His writing and homosexuality get him into trouble: he spends two years in prison, writing letters for other inmates and smuggling out a novel. He befriends Lázaro Gomes Garriles, with whom he lives stateless and in poverty in Manhattan after leaving Cuba in the Mariel boat-lift. When asked why he writes, he replies cheerfully, "Revenge." Written by {} (See here)

Cast Olatz López Garmendia ... Reinaldo's Mother (as Olatz Lopez Garmendia)
Giovanni Florido ... Young Reinaldo (as Giovani Florido)
Loló Navarro ... Reinaldo's Grandmother
Sebastián Silva ... Reinaldo's Father
Carmen Beato ... Teacher
Cy Schnabel ... Smallest School Child (as Cy)
Olmo Schnabel ... Smallest School Child
Vito Maria Schnabel ... Teenage Reinaldo
Pedro Armendáriz Jr. ... Reinaldo's Grandfather (as Pedro Armendáriz)

Diego Luna ... Carlos
Lia Chapman ... Lolin

Sean Penn ... Cuco Sanchez
Jerzy Skolimowski ... Professor
Aquiles Benites ... Translator
Eva Piaskowska ... Pretty Blonde Student

ALMA Awards
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
2001 Nominated ALMA Award Outstanding Feature Film

Outstanding Latino Cast in a Feature Film

Outstanding Soundtrack or Compilation for Television and Film

Academy Awards, USA
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
2001 Nominated Oscar Best Actor in a Leading Role
Javier Bardem

Chicago Film Critics Association Awards
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
2001 Nominated CFCA Award Best Actor
Javier Bardem

Chlotrudis Awards
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
2002 Nominated Chlotrudis Award Best Actor
Javier Bardem

GLAAD Media Awards
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
2001 Nominated GLAAD Media Award Outstanding Film (Limited Release)

Golden Globes, USA
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
2001 Nominated Golden Globe Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Drama
Javier Bardem

Independent Spirit Awards
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
2001 Won Independent Spirit Award Best Male Lead
Javier Bardem

Nominated Independent Spirit Award Best Cinematography
Xavier P閞ez Grobet
Guillermo Rosas

Best Director
Julian Schnabel

Best Feature
Jon Kilik

National Board of Review, USA
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
2000 Won Freedom of Expression Award  
NBR Award Best Actor
Javier Bardem

National Society of Film Critics Awards, USA
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
2001 Won NSFC Award Best Actor
Javier Bardem

Phoenix Film Critics Society Awards
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
2001 Nominated PFCS Award Best Actor in a Leading Role
Javier Bardem

Political Film Society, USA
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
2001 Won PFS Award Expos?br>
Nominated PFS Award Human Rights

Premios ACE
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
2001 Won Premio ACE Cinema - Best Actor
Javier Bardem

Southeastern Film Critics Association Awards
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
2001 Won SEFCA Award Best Actor
Javier Bardem
Tied with Michael Douglas for Wonder Boys (2000).
Venice Film Festival
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
2000 Won Grand Special Jury Prize
Julian Schnabel

OCIC Award - Honorable Mention
Julian Schnabel

Rota Soundtrack Award
Carter Burwell

Volpi Cup Best Actor
Javier Bardem

Nominated Golden Lion
Julian Schnabel

World Soundtrack Awards
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
2001 Nominated World Soundtrack Award WSA Best Original Soundtrack of the Year
Carter Burwell

WSA Soundtrack Composer of the Year
Carter Burwell
Also for Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2 (2000) and A Knight's Tale (2001).
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01 Cinema .com (here)

Winner of the Grand Jury Prize at the 2000 Venice Film Festival, Before Night Falls is a richly imagined journey into the life and writings of the brilliant Cuban author and exile Reinaldo Arenas. Directed and co-written by Julian Schnabel (basquiat (1996)), the film stars Spanish actor Javier Bardem (Live Flesh (1997), jamon, Jamon (1992)), whose eloquent, complex performance as Arenas earned him the 2000 Venice Film Festival's Volpi Cup for Best Actor.

Before Night Falls spans the whole of Arenas' life, from his rural childhood and his early embrace of the Revolution to the persecution he would later experience as a writer and homosexual in Castro's Cuba; from his departure from Cuba in the Mariel Harbor exodus of 1980 to his exile and death in the United States. It is a portrait of a man whose search for freedom - artistic, political, sexual - defied poverty, censorship, persecution, exile and death. Like Arenas' work, Before Night Falls combines passages of transporting imagination with urgent realism; in so doing, it embodies the creative ethos to which Arenas dedicated himself: transforming experience into unfettered expression.

Before Night Falls

Reinaldo Arenas was born on July 16, 1943 to a beautiful young woman (Olatz Lopez Garmendia) who was soon abandoned by Reinaldo's father. Consigning herself to a life of bitter chastity in this machismo society, Reinaldo's mother returned with him to her parents' farm in Cuba's Oriente province. Reinaldo's childhood was defined by the contrast between his family's unmitigated poverty and the natural splendor that surrounded him; in the abundance and anonymity conferred by those opposing circumstances, he found an immeasurable freedom. The boy followed his impulses, whether he was writing poetry, watching young men bathe nude in the river or reveling in the unpredictability of a torrential downpour.

In 1958, Reinaldo's family moved to the town of Holguín. Though still in his teens, he joined Castro's insurgency to overthrow the dictator Fulgencio Batista. With the triumph of the Revolution, Reinaldo was able to partake in the new government's ambitious program to educate its youth. By 1962, Reinaldo (Javier Bardem) was attending the University of Havana and living in a cosmopolitan city that pulsed with excitement and possibility. He discovered that a sexual revolution was occurring alongside the official Revolution, and his wide range of lovers included the volatile, alluring Pepe Malas (Andrea Di Stefano) who introduced him to Havana's thriving homosexual subculture.

In those early days of the Revolution, Reinaldo's life was an exploration of his identity as a writer and a homosexual, each activity pursued with zest and joy. He entered a storytelling contest, and his evident gifts led to his securing work at the prestigious National Library. He was befriended by some of Cuba's most celebrated writers, including Virgilio Pi?era (Hector Babenco) and José Lezama Lima (Manuel Gonzalez).

At the age of 20, he wrote his first novel, 'Singing From the Well' (Celestino antes del alba), which was awarded First Mention in the country's Cirilo Villaverde National Competition.

'Singing From the Well' was to be Reinaldo's only book published in his native country. By the late 1960s, the Cuban government had begun a brutal crackdown on artists and homosexuals. Writers were forced to renounce their work and homosexuals were rounded up and sent to labor camps whose flowery titles belied their cruelty. Despite the danger, Reinaldo continued to write, giving free reign to his irreverent, outspoken vision. His second novel, 'Hallucinations' (El mundo alucinante), was smuggled out of Cuba and published in France, earning him the hostility of Castro's government. For the next several years, he was subject to relentless persecution, as the government and the police searched his rooms, confiscated his work and threatened his friends.

In 1973, following an altercation on the beach, Reinaldo was falsely accused of sexual molestation and arrested. He escaped from jail and made a desperate attempt to flee the island in an inner tube. The attempt failed; Reinaldo was now a fugitive. He was re-arrested near Lenin Park and sent to the notorious El Morro prison, where he served two years alongside murderers, rapists and common criminals. He survived by composing letters to the inmates' wives and lovers; those favors enabled him to accumulate the paper and pencils he needed for his own writing. However, his attempts to smuggle his work out of the prison were found out and he was brutally punished. Faced with the choice of renouncing his work or disappearing from this earth, Reinaldo chose the former.

Upon his release from El Morro, Reinaldo was an award-winning writer without a place to live. A friend found him a room at the hotel, and it was there that Reinaldo met Lázaro Gómez Carriles (Olivier Martinez), who became his great friend.

In 1980, Castro allowed homosexuals, mental patients and criminals to leave Cuba in the Mariel Harbor boatlift; a last-minute change to his passport allowed Reinaldo to leave the country undetected. Settling in New York, he began his life as an exile: impoverished and stateless, but with his appetite for life and writing still fierce, his humor, rage and honesty intact. His struggles were far from over, though; after he contracted AIDS, he waged a truly furious race against death to complete his works-in-progress. By the time of his death in 1990, Reinaldo had written over 20 books, including 10 novels as well as numerous short stories, poems, essays and plays. His body of work is arguably the most passionate and angry ever written against the totalitarian state. Reinaldo Arenas' memoir, 'Before Night Falls', was published in English in 1993 and was listed by 'The New York Times Book Review' as one of the year's Best Books.

Twentieth Century Fox is proud to present a Grandview Pictures production, Before Night Falls, directed by Julian Schnabel, based on the work of author Reinaldo Arenas, including the memoir 'Before Night Falls' and the novels 'Hallucinations', 'The Color of Summer' and 'The Palace of the White Skunks'. Written by Cunningham O'Keefe, Lázaro Gómez Carriles and Julian Schnabel and produced by Jon Kilik, the film stars Javier Bardem, Olivier Martinez, Andrea Di Stefano, Johnny Depp, Sean Penn, Michael Wincott, Olatz Lopez Garmendia and Vito Maria Schnabel. The directors of photography are Xavier Pérez Grobet and Guillermo Rosas, the editor Michael Berenbaum, the production designer Salvador Parra and the costume designer Mariestela Fernández. The film's composer is Carter Burwell, with additional music by Lou Reed and Laurie Anderson. Twentieth Century Fox is releasing Before Night Falls throughout Latin America.

02 IMDB comment (here)
Before Night Falls is a brilliantly devised and executed account about the famed Cuban novelist Reinaldo Arenas. The film documents his childhood as a peasant, his support for Castro's rebels as an idealist youth, and as a man, his struggles, not just as an independent thinker but also as a gay man living in Communist Cuba. Throughout the film we respond to his hopes, fears, and claustrophobia as we witness the persecution of a true artist.

As a student of Latin American History and Literature I was pleased with the way the film handled the historical context of Arenas' time. The political context of Before Night Falls shouldn't come as any surprise. The artistic, social and political invisibility of gays in Cuba under the Cuban Revolution represented a dark stain on the revolutionary record. In 1965 Fidel Castro told Lee Lockwood (in Castro's Cuba, Cuba's Fidel) that `we would never come to believe that a homosexual could embody the conditions and requirements of conduct that would enable us to consider him a true Revolutionary, a true communist militant. A deviation of that nature clashes with the concept we have of what a militant Communist must be' In the mid-1960's, the infamous UMAP work camps (Unidades Militares de Auyuda a la Producción) sought to rehabilitate what they perceived as alleged antisocial elements. This is an event that is accurately depicted in Schnabel's film. The purges and denunciations of homosexuals continued into the 1980's. Today in Cuba discrimination against gays still represents a major problem. The revolution dealt with gender and racial discrimination but not with discrimination against gays. This is all documented with stunning use of archival footage and reference accounts from Arenas' autobiography.

Any review of the film would be incomplete without mentioning Javier Bardem's work. I have seen a lot of movies and few performances are even in the same league as Bardem's. I was fascinated with how he carried this film with a performance that must have been very difficult for him to adjust to. The supporting work by Johnny Depp should also be praised. His dual performance, for me, accurately identified how many within Castro's army may have used their positions as a front to deny their own sexuality as well. Overall, I was very impressed with this film and I highly recommend it

03 Wikipedia (here)
Before Night Falls (film)
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Before Night Falls is a 2000 movie directed by Julian Schnabel. The screenplay is based on the autobiography of Reinaldo Arenas, which was published in English in 1993 [1]. The screenplay was written by Schnabel, Cunningham O'Keefe and Lázaro Gómez Carriles.

It stars Javier Bardem, who was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actor, Olivier Martinez, Andrea Di Stefano, Santiago Magill, Johnny Depp and Michael Wincott.

This was the second film of director Julian Schnabel, after Basquiat (1996). Schnabel got the idea of making Before Night Falls immediately after making Basquiat , however it took four years to actually produce the film. [2] It had its world premiere at the 2000 Venice International Film Festival and its North American premiere at the 2000 Toronto Film Festival [3].

In Cuba, after the Cuban revolution in 1959, gay Cuban poet and novelist Reinaldo Arenas (Javier Bardem) is arrested after two boys who have stolen from him accuse him falsely of sexual assault.[4]. He later gets into trouble for having books written by him smuggled out of the country and having them published abroad. Thus for a decade he goes in and out of Cuban prisons [5]. He escapes from prison and tries to leave Cuba by launching himself from the shore on a tire inner tube. The attempt fails and he is rearrested. He helps other inmates to write letters to wives and lovers. He is forced to renounce his books and is released. In 1980 he is told that, as part of the Mariel Boatlift, he is allowed to emigrate because of being gay. After first suspecting this might be a trick, he succesfully claims gayness, and moves to Miami.

He is stricken with AIDS, and without health insurance, he kills himself in 1990 in New York [6]. A friend is present, he promises not to alert medical services. Moreover, he speeds up death by suffocation with a pillow.(More)

The Writer of the novel Reynaldo Arenas

Reinaldo Arenas
Reinaldo Arenas (July 16, 1943 -?December 7, 1990) was a Cuban poet, novelist, and playwright who despite his early sympathy for the 1959 revolution, grew critical of and then rebelled against the Cuban government.
Reynaldo Arenas

Life Arenas was born in the countryside, in the northern part of the Province of Oriente, Cuba, and later moved to the city of Holguin. In 1963, he moved to Havana to enroll in the School of Planification and, later, in the Faculty of Letters at the Universidad de La Habana, where he studied philosophy and literature without completing a degree. The following year, he began working at the Biblioteca Nacional Jose Marti. [1][dead link] While there, his talent was noticed and he was awarded prizes at Cirilo Villaverde National Competition held by UNEAC (National Union of Cuban Writers and Artists). [2] Interestingly, his Hallucinations was awarded "first Honorable Mention" in 1966 although, as the judges could find no better entry, no First Prize was awarded that year. [3]

His writings and openly gay lifestyle were, by 1967, bringing him into conflict with the Communist government. He left the Biblioteca Nacional and became an editor for the Cuban Book Institute until 1968. From 1968 to 1974 he was a journalist and editor for the literary magazine La Gaceta de Cuba. In 1973, he was sent to prison after being charged and convicted of 'ideological deviation' and for publishing abroad without official consent. He escaped from prison and tried to leave Cuba by launching himself from the shore on a tire inner tube. The attempt failed and he was rearrested near Lenin Park and imprisoned at the notorious El Morro Castle alongside murderers and rapists. He survived by helping the inmates to write letters to wives and lovers. He was able to collect enough paper this way to continue his writing. However, his attempts to smuggle his work out of prison were discovered and he was severely punished. Threatened with death, he was forced to renounce his work and was released in 1976. [4][dead link] In 1980, as part of the Mariel Boatlift, he fled to the United States. [5]

Writings Despite his short life and the hardships imposed during his imprisonment, Arenas produced a significant body of work. His Pentagonia is a set of five novels that comprise a "secret history" of post-revolutionary Cuba. It includes the poetical Farewell to the Sea, Palace of the White Skunks and the Rabelaisian Color of Summer. In these novels Arenas鈥?style ranges from a stark realist narrative to absurd satiric humor. He traces his own life story in what to him is the absurd world of Castro's Cuba. In each of the novels Arenas himself is a major character, going by a number of pseudonyms. His autobiography, Before Night Falls was on the New York Times list of the ten best books of the year in 1993. In 2000 this work was made into a film, directed by Julian Schnabel, in which Arenas was played by Javier Bardem.

Death In 1987, Arenas was diagnosed with AIDS, but he continued to write and speak out against the Cuban government. He mentored many Cuban exile writers, including John O'Donnell-Rosales. After battling AIDS, Arenas committed suicide by taking an overdose of drugs and alcohol on December 7, 1990, in New York. In a suicide letter written for publication, Arenas wrote:

Due to my delicate state of health and to the terrible depression it causes me not to be able to continue writing and struggling for the freedom of Cuba, I am ending my life. . . . I want to encourage the Cuban people out of the country as well as on the Island to continue fighting for freedom. . . Cuba will be free. I already am. [6]

02 IMDB (here)
Date of Birth 16 July 1943, Holguín, Cuba
Date of Death 7 December 1990, New York, New York, USA (AIDS)
Birth Name Reinaldo Arenas

Trivia Cuban author who spent most of his life fighting against the Casto Regmine.Managed to escape from Cuba by changing his name to Arinas on his passport (1980).
03 The book:" Before Night Falls: A Memoir (Paperback)" (Amazon .com)
Before Night Falls: A Memoir (Paperback)
by Reinaldo Arenas (Author), Dolores M. Koch (Translator) "It's going to be a great nuisance for both of us," said Freddy..." (more)
Key Phrases: agricultural accountants, penalty cell, ward chiefs, Fidel Castro, United States, Hiram Prado (more...)
Before Night Falls: A Memoir by Reinaldo Arenas and Dolores M. Koch (Paperback - Oct 1, 1994)

Editorial Reviews
From Publishers Weekly
In this powerful memoir of passions both personal and political, Cuban author Arenas ( Hallucinations ) describes his voyage from peasant poverty to his oppression as a dissident writer and homosexual. His voracious sexuality pervades the book (numerous encounters are described), and Arenas suggests that the gay worldis instinctually non-monogamous, though he was celibate in the "monstrosity" of prison. The young Arenas, in the early days of Fidel Castro's revolution, gained his literary education working at the National Library; he then joined a fervent literary cricle. The Castro regime, however, banned his first novel, The Ill-Fated Peregrinations of Fray Servando , and Arenas had to evade security police to smuggle manuscripts abroad for publication. Protesting Castro's support of the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia, Arenas suffered forced labor in the sugarcane fields, spent more than two years in prison after being prosecuted as a homosexual counterrevolutionary and managed to gain exile along with many other gays during the 1980 Mariel boatlift. Having appended a fierce denunciation to this book of those seeking dialogue with Castro, the 47-year-old Arenas, who was suffering from AIDS, committed suicide in New York City in 1990.
Copyright 1993 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

From Library Journal
This celebrated Cuban writer ( The Doorman , LJ 5/15/91; Singing from the Well , LJ 7/87), a victim of AIDS, committed suicide in New York in 1990. His autobiographical memoir is a fascinating and frightening tale of growing up extremely poor in rural Cuba, of varied personal and political relationships, of rebelliousness, homosexuality, suppression, and persecution. In the picaresque tradition, the narrative is earthy and at times raw; the frequent sexual escapades are presumably true accounts. The description of life in Havana's El Morro prison makes the skin crawl. As an author who was not only antiregime but also gay, Arenas was compelled to smuggle his work abroad for publication. More than a personal story, this memoir is an insightful analysis of the idiosyncrasies of an authoritarian regime. Recommended for literature collections.
- Charles E. Perry, East Central Univ., Ada, Okla.
Copyright 1993 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

More books by Reinaldo Arenas ( here)
Singing from the Well (King Penguin)
Farewell to the Sea
Viaje a la Habana
The Doorman
The Assault
Mona and Other Tales
The Color of Summer: or The New Garden of Earthly Delights
The Palace of the White Skunks
Hallucinations: or, The Ill-Fated Peregrinations of Fray Servando
Old Rosa
Celestino Antes Del Alba (Coleccion Caniqui)
Antes que anochezca
The Director: Julian Schnabel (here)


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The Director: Julian Schnabel


  1. Lou Reed's Berlin (2007)
  2. Scaphandre et le papillon, Le (2007)
    ... aka Scaphandre et le papillon, Le (France)
    ... aka The Diving Bell and the Butterfly (International: English title)
  3. Before Night Falls (2000)
    ... aka Antes que anochezca (USA: Spanish title)

  4. Basquiat (1996)
    ... aka Build a Fort, Set It on Fire
  1. Before Night Falls (2000) (written by)
    ... aka Antes que anochezca (USA: Spanish title)

  2. Basquiat (1996) (written by)
    ... aka Build a Fort, Set It on Fire
Music Department:
  1. Scaphandre et le papillon, Le (2007) (music supervisor)
    ... aka Scaphandre et le papillon, Le (France)
    ... aka The Diving Bell and the Butterfly (International: English title)
  1. Before Night Falls (2000) (executive producer)
    ... aka Antes que anochezca (USA: Spanish title)
Miscellaneous Crew:
  1. The Million Dollar Hotel (2000) (original artworks)
  1. Basquiat (1996) (writer: "Suicide Hotline Mode", "She Is Dancing")
    ... aka Build a Fort, Set It on Fire
  1. Basquiat (1996)
    ... aka Build a Fort, Set It on Fire
  1. The Milky Way (2006) (special thanks)

  2. Nico Icon (1995) (special thanks)
  1. The 80th Annual Academy Awards (2008) (TV) .... Himself - Nominee: Best Director
  2. Noche de los Oscar, La (2008) (TV) .... Himself
  3. "Caiga quien caiga" .... Himself (2 episodes, 2008)
        - Episode dated 30 January 2008 (2008) TV episode .... Himself
        - Episode dated 23 January 2008 (2008) TV episode .... Himself
  4. San Sebasti醤 2006: Cr髇ica de Carlos Boyero (2006) (TV) .... Himself
  5. Premio Donostia a Matt Dillon (2006) (TV) .... Himself - Presenter
  6. No Apologies: 'Sorry, Haters' Roundtable (2006) (V) .... Himself
    ... aka No Apologies (USA: short title)
  7. Ceremonia de clausura (2005) (TV) .... Himself
  8. Premio Donostia a Ben Gazzara (2005) (TV) (uncredited) .... Himself
  9. Premio Donostia a Willem Dafoe (2005) (TV) .... Himself
  10. Sketches of Frank Gehry (2005) .... Himself
  11. Five Directors on 'The Battle of Algiers' (2004) (V) .... Himself
  12. "Art in Progress" .... Himself (1 episode)
        - Julian Schnabel in Naples (????) TV episode .... Himself
  13. Premio Donostia a Sean Penn (2003) (TV) .... Himself - Presenter
  14. Rockets Redglare! (2003) .... Himself
  15. "Sonic Cinema" (2002) TV series .... Himself (unknown episodes)
  16. "Independent View" (2002) TV series .... Himself
  17. Dennis Hopper: The Decisive Moments (2002) (TV) .... Himself
  18. "Extreme Close Up with ..." (2001) TV series .... Himself (unknown episodes)
  19. The 2001 IFP/West Independent Spirit Awards (2001) (TV) .... Himself
  20. "The Charlie Rose Show" .... Himself (1 episode, 2001)
    ... aka Charlie Rose (USA: new title)
        - Episode dated 19 January 2001 (2001) TV episode .... Himself

  21. "Lauren Hutton and..." .... Himself (1 episode, 1996)
        - Julian Schnabel (1996) TV episode .... Himself
  22. The Art of Merry-Go-Round (1992) .... Himself


Archive Footage:
Premio Donostia a Max Von Sydow (2006) (TV) .... Himself


The actor: Javier Bardem
The actor: Javier Bardem
The actor: Javier Bardem
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02 Wikipedia (here)
Javier ángel Encinas Bardem (born March 1, 1969) is an Academy Award-winning and critically acclaimed Spanish actor who has starred in over two dozen films in Spain. He had garnered critical acclaim as an actor for films such as Jamon, Jamon, Carne tremula, Boca a boca, Los Lunes al sol and Mar adentro.

Bardem has been awarded a Golden Globe, Screen Actors Guild Award, BAFTA, four Goyas, two European Film Awards and two Coppa Volpis for his work. He is notable as the first Spanish actor to be nominated and win an Oscar, the nomination being for Before Night Falls and the historic Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for the 2007 film No Country for Old Men.(more)

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