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A list of films produced in Spain in 2003.

2003

Title Director Cast Genre Notes
2003
7:35 de la Mañana Nacho Vigalondo Nacho Vigalondo, Marta Belenguer Musical Comedy Academy Award short film nominee and international awards winner.
Killing Words Laura Mañá Darío Grandinetti, Goya Toledo Thriller
En la ciudad Cesc Gay Mónica López, Eduard Fernández, María Pujalte, Alex Brendemühl Drama About the lives of friends living in Barcelona
Al sur de Granada Fernando Colomo Matthew Goode, Verónica Sánchez Comedy Based on the life of Gerald Brenan living in Granada
La gran aventura de Mortadelo y Filemón Javier Fesser María Isbert Comedy Adpatation of Mortadelo y Filemón comics; great success
La pelota vasca Julio Medem Documentary Huge political controversy when it was released; ETA
Días de fútbol David Serrano Ernesto Alterio, Alberto San Juan, Natalia Verbeke Comedy First film directed by the successful writer of The Other Side of the Bed; about soccer
Take My Eyes Icíar Bollaín Luis Tosar, Laia Marull, Candela Peña, Rosa María Sardà Drama Goya Awards winner
El Lobo Miguel Courtois Eduardo Noriega Thriller ETA
Planta 4ª Antonio Mercero Juan José Ballesta Drama
My Life Without Me Isabel Coixet Sarah Polley, Amanda Plummer, Scott Speedman Drama Shot in Canada, in English language; Best script and song Goya Awards winner.
Soldados de Salamina David Trueba Ariadna Gil, Ramon Fontserè Drama Based on Javier Cercas' novel, screened at Cannes
Carmen Vicente Aranda Paz Vega, Leonardo Sbaraglia Drama Based on Prosper Mérimée's Carmen (novella)
Torremolinos 73 Pablo Berger Javier Cámara, Candela Peña Dark comedy About a couple that shoot porn films to export to Scandinavia; Málaga Spanish Film Festival winner
Where Is Madame Catherine? Marc Recha Screened at the 2003 Cannes Film Festival

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