|Three Many Weddings|
|Spanish||3 bodas de más|
|Directed by||Javier Ruiz Caldera|
|Written by||Pablo Alén|
|Starring|| Inma Cuesta |
Rossy de Palma
|Music by||Javier Rodero|
|Cinematography||Arnau Valls Colomer|
|Box office||$9 million|
Three Many Weddings (Spanish : 3 bodas de más) is a 2013 Spanish romantic comedy directed by Javier Ruiz Caldera and starring Inma Cuesta and Martiño Rivas. It was nominated to seven Goya Awards and won the Best Comedy award in the first edition of Premios Feroz.
Ruth (Inma Cuesta) is a marine biologist who, in less than a month, is invited to the weddings of three of her ex-boyfriends. Single and unable to refuse, she manages to convince her new intern, Dani (Martiño Rivas), to go with her. During the weddings, plenty of outlandish events will take place and eventually lead Ruth to decide who she wants with her in the future.
|Goya Awards||Best Main Actress||Inma Cuesta||Nominated|
|Best Original Screenplay||Pablo Alén & Breixo Corral||Nominated|
|Best New Actor||Berto Romero||Nominated|
|Best Production||Marta Sánchez de Miguel||Nominated|
|Best Editing||Alberto de Toro||Nominated|
|Best Costume Design||Cristina Rodríguez||Nominated|
|Best Make-Up and Hairstyles||Eli Adánez & Sergio Pérez||Nominated|
|Premios Feroz||Best Comedy||Won|
|Best Screenplay||Pablo Alén & Breixo Corral||Nominated|
|Best Main Actress||Inma Cuesta||Nominated|
|Best Supporting Actress||Rossy de Palma||Nominated|
|Best Film Poster||Won|
|Neox Fan Awards||Best Spanish film||Won|
|Best Spanish film actor||Quim Gutiérrez||7th|
|Best Spanish film actress||Inma Cuesta||Finalist|
|Best kiss||Quim Gutiérrez & Inma Cuesta||8th|
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