The film based on ‘The Invisible Guardian’ by Dolores Redondo hits the cinemas

The long-awaited film based on Dolores Redondo‘s novel El guardián invisible (The Invisible Guardian) is finally here, hitting more than 400 screens in Spain on Friday 3rd of March. El guardián invisible (The Invisible Guardian) is the first installment in The Baztan Trilogy, which has sold over 1,200,000 copies in Spain only and one of the most —if not the most— succesful crime series in the Spanish language.

The Invisible Guardian stands out for its “unputdownable” plot, its charismatic female protagonist (inspector Amaia Salazar) and for submerging the reader into the exotic and mysterious forests of the Basque Country and the mythology that surrounds them. The Pontas Agency started representing Dolores Redondo in June 2011, and The Invisible Guardian was originally published by Ediciones Destino/Grupo Planeta in 2013 and  is now translated into more than 35 languages. The film based on this international bestseller is produced by Nostromo and Atresmedia in association with NadCon Film, directed by Fernando Gómez Molina and with Marta Etura as Amaia Salazar and Carlos Librado ‘Nene’ as Jonan Etxaide.

«Utterly compelling.» Publishing Perspectives
«Eerily atmospheric.» Sunday Times

A premiere of the film took place in Pamplona on February 22nd and a massive premiere full of Spanish stars in the red carpet was held in Madrid on March 1st, being Friday 3rd the official theatrical release.



And here’s the official trailer:

Furthermore, Dolores Redondo’s new novel, Todo eso te daré (All This I Will Give You), won the Planeta Prize 2016. Published in November 2016, it has sold over 300,000 copies in three months and rights have been acquired by more than 20 publishing houses worldwide. As Carlos Ruiz Zafón put it: «[Dolores Redondo] is the queen of the literary thriller.»

More information: Marina Penalva

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