'The Days to Come,' 'The Good Girls' and 'This Is Not Berlin' Split Top Malaga Film Festival Prizes

'The Days to Come,' 'The Good Girls' and 'This Is Not Berlin' Split Top Malaga Film Festival Prizes
The Spanish film The Days to Come and two 1980s-set Mexican dramas, This Is Not Berlin and The Good Girls, shared the bulk of the top prizes at the 22nd annual Malaga Film Festival, which ran from March 15-24 in the Spanish city.

The festival’s two best film honors — known as the Golden Biznagas — go to one Spanish film and one Ibero-American film. Taking home this year's awards were the Catalan-language Days to Come by Carlos Marques-Marcet and Mexican director Alejandra Marquez Abella’s Good Girls.

Days to Come, a documentary-style drama about a young couple’s nine-month journey to parenthood, also ...
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