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Alberto Iglesias receives his fifth Platino Award, this time for “Parallel Mothers” OST.

Spanish composer Alberto Iglesias (San Sebastián, 1955) won his fifth Platino Award for Best Original Score last night, this time for his composition for Pedro Almodóvar’s film Parallel Mothers.

The Platino Ibero-American Film Awards were created by the Audiovisual Producers’ Rights Management Association (EGEDA), in collaboration with the Ibero-American Federation of Film and Audiovisual Producers (FIPCA), the Ibero-American Federation of Film Academies (FIACINE) and the Ibero-American Federation of Cinematographic Arts and Sciences (FIACINE), Latin Artist and the support of film institutes, to recognise professionals in the Ibero-American film industry, which includes European, South American, North American and Caribbean nationalities, provided that the original version of the film is in Spanish and Portuguese.

The Spanish Composer has won the award for Best Original Score in five of the nine editions of the Platino Awards since 2014. The other four awards were won consecutively, from 2017 to 2020, for Julieta, by Pedro Almodóvar; La cordillera, by Santiago Mitre; Yuli, by Iciar Bollaín, and Dolor y gloria, by Pedro Almodóvar.

© Photograph downloaded from the website of RLM, Alberto Iglesias’ artistic management agency.