But many other films became part of Spanish film history: The Dog in the Manger (one of the last movies directed by Pilar Miró), Witching & Bitching, from Álex de la Iglesia, 13 Roses, from Emilio Martínez-Lázaro and winner of four Goya Awards, or A Time for Defiance, with five nominations.
In 2016, the company premieres 1898. 1898: Our Last Men in the Philippines. Directed by Salvador Calvo and starring Luis Tosar, this film was nominated to nine Goya Awards. Imanol Uribe, Emilio Martínez Lázaro, Álex de la Iglesia, José Luis Garci, Vicente Aranda, Pilar Miró or José Luis Cuerdaare only a few of the many recognized directors who have worked for Enrique Cerezo Producciones.
Furthermore, in recent years the company has produced several documentaries such as Barefoot in the Kitchen or Historias de nuestro cine. Works that, thanks to fragments from Spanish films and interviews with some of the most famed players from the Spanish movie business, offer a panoramic view of the evolution of the seventh art in Spain. Both productions were nominated to Best Documentary Feature at the Goya Awards.