Javier Ozores Marchesi


Category: Businessman and writer
Birth Date: 8th September 1942
Birth Place: A Coruña
Telephone: 981635317
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 Curriculum

-Foundation member of the Galician Academy of Gastronomy.

-Member of the Academy of Arts and Cinematographic Sciences.

-Paul Harris Fellow Medal.

-Fernando Arenas Quintela Prize (April 2001).

-Member of Condesa de Pardo Bazán Patronage.

 

 Work & Activities

He produced Demonios en el jardín, La mitad de el cielo, La noche más hermosa, Todo es silencio and Malaventura (associate producer) and Lareira (TVG), La raya / A raia (TVE) and the Films El tiempo de Neville and El baile de las ánimas (executive producer).

La cena de los videntes, his first fiction book, was awarded Fernando Arenas Quintela prize. He also published Cocina Gallega" (Everest), La cabeza de la medusa, Piedra y Luz, based on Galician legends and characters (Everest) and 52 semanas y tres días.

As a member of the Galician Academy of Gastronomy, he coordinated La cocina gallega antigua and La cocina gallega moderna, the first edition of La guía gastronomica de Galicia and Donde comer bien en Galicia (Everest) and the new editions of Vigilia reservada and "Pote aldeano by Manuel Puga Parga "Picadillo".

 

 Other Interesting Aspects

He married Mª del Carmen Calderón Espinosa de los Monteros and has four daughters and nine grandchildren.