Goya in Bordeaux


1h 34m 1999

Brief Synopsis

Set in the early 1800s, a tale told in flashbacks by an 82-year-old Spanish artist Francisco Goya, living in exile with the last of his lovers, Leocadia Zorilla de Weiss, and reconstructs the main events of his life for this daughter Rosario. One by one the mysteries surrounding the artist's life a

Film Details

Also Known As
Goya, Goya en Burdeo, Goya en Burdeos
MPAA Rating
R
Genre
Biography
Drama
Release Date
1999
Production Company
Italian International Film Srl Production; Rai Radiotelevisione Italiana; Studio 4; Televisi=n Espa±ola (TVE); Tve
Distribution Company
Sony Pictures Classics; Artedis; Arthaus Filmverleih; Cooperative Nouveau Cinema (Cnc); Italian International Film Srl Production; Mainline Pictures; Primer Plano Film Group; Shaw Organization; Sony Pictures Classics; Sony Pictures Home Entertainment; StudioCanal; Studiocanal; Triangelfilm

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 34m

Synopsis

Set in the early 1800s, a tale told in flashbacks by an 82-year-old Spanish artist Francisco Goya, living in exile with the last of his lovers, Leocadia Zorilla de Weiss, and reconstructs the main events of his life for this daughter Rosario. One by one the mysteries surrounding the artist's life are unraveled to unveil the dreams and demons that drove him into exile and are so passionately displayed in his life works.

Film Details

Also Known As
Goya, Goya en Burdeo, Goya en Burdeos
MPAA Rating
R
Genre
Biography
Drama
Release Date
1999
Production Company
Italian International Film Srl Production; Rai Radiotelevisione Italiana; Studio 4; Televisi=n Espa±ola (TVE); Tve
Distribution Company
Sony Pictures Classics; Artedis; Arthaus Filmverleih; Cooperative Nouveau Cinema (Cnc); Italian International Film Srl Production; Mainline Pictures; Primer Plano Film Group; Shaw Organization; Sony Pictures Classics; Sony Pictures Home Entertainment; StudioCanal; Studiocanal; Triangelfilm

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 34m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Winner of the award for Best Cinematography at the 2000 European Film Awards (EFA).

Winner of five 1999 Goya Awards, including Best Actor (Francisco Rabal), Best Cinematography, Best Artistic Director (Pierre-Louis Thevenet), Best Wardrobe and Best Makeup and Hair.

Released in United States Fall September 15, 2000

Released in United States on Video January 20, 2001

Released in United States on Video January 30, 2001

Released in United States 1999

Released in United States December 1999

Released in United States 2000

Released in United States February 2000

Released in United States July 2000

Shown at Montreal World Film Festival (in competition) August 27 - September 6, 1999.

Shown at Vancouver International Film Festival September 22 - October 5, 2000.

Shown at Miami Film Festival February 18-27, 2000.

Shown at Karlovy Vary International Film Festival July 5-15, 2000.

Released in United States Fall September 15, 2000

Released in United States on Video January 20, 2001

Released in United States on Video January 30, 2001

Released in United States 1999 (Shown at Montreal World Film Festival (in competition) August 27 - September 6, 1999.)

Released in United States December 1999 (Shown in New York City (Walter Reade) as part of program "New Spanish Cinema" December 10-24, 1999.)

Released in United States 2000 (Shown at Vancouver International Film Festival September 22 - October 5, 2000.)

Released in United States February 2000 (Shown at Miami Film Festival February 18-27, 2000.)

Released in United States July 2000 (Shown at Karlovy Vary International Film Festival July 5-15, 2000.)