Miguel Angel Solá
Miguel Ángel Solá is one of Argentina’s best known actors, with a lengthy career both on screen and stage. Among his more noteworthy performances are the roles he played in Fernando Solanas’ Tangos, l’exil de Gardel and Sur, Elsiseo Subiela’s El lado oscuro del corazon, Carlos Saura’s Tango, Imanol Uribe’s Plenilunio and Juan Batista Stagnaro’s Casas de fuego, for which he received an award as Best Actor. He has also garnered other prizes: Best Actor at the 1984 Havana Festival (Premio Coral), Best Actor at the Biarritz Festival, Best Actor at the 1985 International Rosario Film Festival and four nominations for the Martin Fierro, a well-known award in Argentina. Miguel Ángel Solá comes to the festival to present Faust 5.0., in which he plays the leading part.