News

03. September 2012

Beta Cinema's ORANGE HONEY by Spanish helmer Imanol Uribe has been awarded with the "Special Grand Prix of the Jury" at this year's Montreal World Film Festival. In ORANGE HONEY, Imanol Uribe (CAROL’S JOURNEY) goes back to Andalusia in the 1950s, to a society stamped by fear, terror and the death penalty. A young legal clerk realizes that he must take a stance and begins a dangerous double life. Iban Garate, Blanca Suárez (THE SKIN I LIVE IN), Karra Elejalde (EVEN THE RAIN) and Eduard Fernández (BIUTIFUL) star in the production by Alta Producción and Fado Filmes in collaboration with TVE; the script was written by Remedios Casado. ORANGE HONEY was already winning the award for Best Direction and Best Script at the Malaga Film Festival. The film was produced by Alta Producción and Fado Filmes with participation of TVE.