Berlanga Awards

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Berlanga Awards
TypeFilm, television and videogame awards
LocationValencian Community, Spain
Presented byAcadèmia Valenciana de l'Audiovisual (AVAV) & Institut Valencià de Cultura (IVC)
First awarded2018
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The Berlanga Awards (Valencian: Premis Berlanga; Spanish: Premios Berlanga), originally known as Valencian Audiovisual Awards (Premis de l'Audiovisual Valencià), are the main film awards of the Valencian Community, Spain, presented by the Acadèmia Valenciana de l'Audiovisual (AVAV) and the Institut Valencià de Cultura (IVC), and celebrated annually.


Promoted by the regional ministry of Culture, the awards were first presented in 2018 by the Institut Valencià de Cultura ('Valencian Institute of Culture'; IVC) and the Acadèmia Valenciana de l'Audiovisual ('Valencian Audiovisual Academy'; AVAV).[1] The trophies consist of an abstract sculpture blending stone and methacrylate designed by local artist  [ca].[2] The ceremony was broadcast on the regional broadcaster À Punt.[1] New categories were vis-à-vis the 2nd edition, broadening the scope of the awards to television series, web series and videogames, up to a total of 23 categories overall.[3] In 2021, on the occasion of the one hundred anniversary of the birth of Luis García Berlanga, the regional ministry of Education, Culture and Sport agreed on the renaming of the awards to Berlanga Awards (Premis Berlanga) from the 4th edition onward to pay homage to the Valencia-born filmmaker.[4] The Empreses Audiovisuals Valencianes Federades (EAVF), which had already registered the name of Premios Berlanga in 2008, ceded the naming rights.[5]

List of ceremonies[]

Edition Ceremony Date Venue Host Best Film Broadcast Ref.
 [ca] 16 November 2018 (2018-11-16)  [es], Alicante  [ca]  [es] À Punt [6]
 [ca] 22 November 2019 (2019-11-22) Auditori, Castellón Live Twice, Love Once [7]
 [ca] 22 November 2020 (2020-11-22) Palau de les Arts, Valencia Núria Roca  [ca] [8][9]
 [ca] 4 December 2021 (2021-12-04) Teatro Principal, Alicante Pere Aznar The Sacred Spirit [10]

See also[]


  1. ^ a b "La cinta 'El desentierro' triunfadora de los primeros Premios del Audiovisual Valenciano con seis galardones". 17 November 2018.
  2. ^ Prado, África (16 October 2018). "Alicante acoge los Premios Valencianos del Audiovisual". Información.
  3. ^ "Los Premios del Audiovisual Valenciano se abren a las series y los videojuegos". Las Provincias. 31 July 2019.
  4. ^ "Los galardones del audiovisual valenciano pasan a llamarse Premios Berlanga". Valencia Plaza. 29 September 2021.
  5. ^ Camacho, Noelia (29 September 2021). "Berlanga dará nombre a los Premios del Audiovisual Valenciano". Las Provincias.
  6. ^ Hernandis, Miquel (17 November 2018). "Pleno para Nacho Ruipérez". El Mundo.
  7. ^ "Adán Aliaga revalida su reino". Información. 23 November 2021.
  8. ^ Figueira, Belén (21 November 2020). "«La mort de Guillem» triunfa en la fiesta del audiovisual valenciano". Información.
  9. ^ "'La mort de Guillem', Mejor Largometraje en los Premios del Audiovisual Valenciano". El País. 22 November 2020.
  10. ^ Camacho, Noelia (5 December 2021). "'El cover', 'Las consecuencias' y 'Espíritu sagrado' copan los Premios Berlanga". Las Provincias.
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