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'Neruda' Nominated For Golden Globe Award


LOS ANGELES (December 12, 2016)  Neruda received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Motion Picture – Foreign Language.

Neruda is directed by Pablo Larrain (Jackie, NO), with a screenplay by Chilean playwright Guillermo Calderon (Sundance 2012 World Cinema Jury Prize winner Violeta Went to Heaven).

The film stars Chile’s Luis Gnecco (HBO’s “Profugos”) in the title role, Gael Garcia Bernal as police inspector Peluchonneau, charged with hunting down the dissident Nobel prize-winner, and Mercedes Moran (The Motorcycle Diaries) as Neruda’s wife, Delia del Carril.

Neruda, which premiered at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival in the lauded Directors' Fortnight section, opens in select U.S. theaters on December 16.

The winners will be announced at the Golden Globes Awards ceremony on January 8. View the complete list of nominees here.

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