Inma Cuesta is going through a great moment. The actress was awarded this weekend with the City of Alicante Award at the Alicante Film Festival, an award that establishes her as one of the best interpreters of her generation.
What’s more, His love life seems to be going from strength to strength with his girlfriend, whom he referred to for the first time publicly on social media.
It was in the thank you message for the award when Cuesta he referred to her as “my love” and “the best adventure companion and my desire for more.”
The actress started the Instagram post dedicating the award to one of her great friends, actress Nuria Gago, to the people on her team and to her family.
“Friend Nuria Gago, thank you for your words and for always being there. I love you. To @ a6cinema for being the best team and to Antonio Rubial, the most handsome and smartest representative. Thanks to the pillars of my life, for being my root and my inspiration, to my family, my parents and my brothers” wrote.
Then a few words for his “love”: “And to my love for being the best adventure companion and my desire for more. I love you! Long live the cinema!”.
In addition to Inma Cuesta, the opening gala of the 18th Alicante Film Festival awarded Isabel Coixet and Kiti Mánver.
Coixet received the Lucentum Award and Mánver, the Honor Award, according to a Festival statement.
The gala, presented by Luis Larrodera, gave a review of the program of the contest that will fill the city with activities related to the seventh art for a week and the official jury was presented, which is chaired by the Alicante director Pilar Pérez Solano.
The first of the honorees to receive her award was Inma Cuesta, Alicante City Award, from the hands of the actress, Nuria Gago.
The director of the last film starring Kiti Mánver, ‘El inconveniente’, Bernabé Rico, and the film’s playwright and screenwriter, Juan Carlos Rubio, were in charge of giving the actress her Honor Award.
The actress appreciated the continued commitment to culture and cinema “these difficult times” and highlighted the work of the teams behind initiatives such as this Festival.
“I have been 50 years of as they say, being the eternal high school, works that not because they are short are still wonderful, and of which I feel lucky, and it is thanks to them that I am here receiving this award that I want to dedicate to my classmates from the Vida Association ”, he commented.
He ended by encouraging the public to fill the halls of this “wonderful” Festival and praising the city of Alicante.
Finally, and from the hands of Pedro Casablanc, awarded the Prize of Honor in the last edition, Isabel Coixet received the Lucentum Prize.
The filmmaker thanked the “insistence” of Vicente Seva, director of the Alicante Film Festival, “to come to this Festival”, and pointed out that the award reminds her of her grandmother, to whom she has dedicated it.