Seven Billiard Tables

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Seven Billiard Tables
(Siete mesas de billar francés)
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Directed by Gracia Querejeta
Produced by Elías Querejeta
Gracia Querejeta and
Teddy Villalba (executive)
Written by David Planell and Gracia Querejeta
Music by Pascal Gaigne
Cinematography Ángel Iguácel
Edited by Nacho Ruiz Capillas
Release dates
  • 2007 (2007)
Country Spain
Language Spanish

Seven Billiard Tables (original Spanish title: Siete mesas de billar francés) is a 2007 Spanish film by Gracia Querejeta. She also co-wrote the story with David Planell. In 2008, this film was nominated for nine Goya Awards, Spain's most prestigious film awards. It won two awards, including the Best Actress award (for Maribel Verdú).


Awards and nominations[edit]

for a complete list of awards and nominations, see this link.

XXII Goya Awards

  • Best Actress (Blanca Portillo, nominee)
  • Best Actress (Maribel Verdú, winner)
  • Best Cinematography (Ángel Iguacel, nominee)
  • Best Director (Gracia Querejeta, nominee)
  • Best Editing (Nacho Ruiz Capillas, nominee)
  • Best Film (nominee)
  • Best Screenplay - Original (David Planell and Gracia Querejeta, nominee)
  • Best Supporting Actor (Raúl Arévalo, nominee)
  • Best Supporting Actress (Amparo Baró, winner)

San Sebastián Film Festival

  • Best Actress - Silver Seashell (Blanca Portillo, winner)
  • Best Screenplay (David Planell and Gracia Querejeta, tied winner)
  • Golden Seashell (Gracia Querejeta, nominee)

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