"El Dorado", Nine Nominations in the Goya Awards (1989). Official Competition at the International Film Festival of Cannes.
"El Dorado", Nine Nominations in the Goya Awards (1989). Official Competition at the International Film Festival of Cannes.Carlos Saura and Andrés Vicente Gómez, in the Film presentation.Goya Awards, Nominated for best Special Effects (Reyes Abades).Goya Awards, Nominated for best Costume Design.Goya Awards, Nominated for Best Photography.Lambert Wilson as Pedro de Ursúa.Aguirre (Omero Antonutti). FramePedrarías (Patxi Bisquert) and Elvira (Inés Sastre). FrameFrame.300 men sold their lands and their souls to sail down the most impressive and unknown river in the world.Guzmán (Eusebio Poncela).Frame.Supervising the effect of the arrows sticking (Reyes Abades).In shooting , Special effects (Reyes Abades).Shooting in the ship, sailing in the river.Pedro de Ursúa, the attractive expedition commander in search of "El Dorado". Frame.Epic story of an expedition that took place between 1560 and 1561.In "El Dorado" men wear golden outfits and the cities are made of gold.Inés de Atienza (Gabriela Roel) the most beautiful woman in Perú. Frame.This expedition was to become one of the most famous episodes in the conquest of "The New World".Frame.Frame.Frame.Frame.Frame.The ships were built in Costa Rica. Obviously, we had advisers such as the expert, Terry Pritchard, the artistic director who came over to study the ropes, rigging, structures and hulls of the ships that were used back in those days. We also gound an English technician who was an expert in that era and built the ship. The ship and barges were built there. Anyway, it was a huge task that took many months to complete. CARLOS SAURA. Frame.