“Nación” film by Margarita Ledo is the independent release with the best average per copy in Spanish State

Nación directed by Margarita Ledo Andión was released in theaters last weekend with 13 copies in Galicia and Spain, it became the best independent release and achieved the best average per copy in the whole territory. The film arrived in theaters in Madrid, Barcelona, Lleida, A Coruña, Caldas, Ferrol, Lugo, Marín, Pontevedra, Santiago and Vigo with a very good reception by critics and audiences. “Nación” will continue in cinemas at Easter Week with special presentations and speeches in some of the screenings.

Nación has two finalist nominations in “Mestre Mateo Awards” of the Academia Galega do Audiovisual in the categories of best documentary film and best original music, composed by Mercedes Peón. The awards will be presented at a gala on April 10th in A Coruña.

In the words of Margarita Ledo Andión “Nación is a film about women, about working women who dream of returning to the factory. It is a feminist film, it gives experience of sorority. It is a film to extinguish the darkness, the night and the darkness that has veiled the body, the rights, the smile and the desire of women. A film of class, of the workers of Pontesa, of Odosa, of Regojo, of all those who represent us, brave women who show their teeth. We come from them”.