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The Goya Awards: 25 years of history!

The Goya Awards, Known in Spain as los Goya, are the Spanish Academy of Cinematographic Arts and Sciences awards. It´s considered as the equivalent to the American Oscars, French Cesars or British Baftas.

This year it will be celebrating their 25th edition in a very special ceremony at Teatro Real (The Royal Theatre) in Madrid on February 13th.

Once upon a time …. In 1986 a group of people working in the Spanish cinema areas decided to get associated and founded the Academia .Know they had an Academia going on and so they also decided to award their members by creating an award like there was in other countries. And this is how in 1987,El Viaje a ninguna parte, a film directed by one of the best Spanish actors, Fernando Fernán Gómez, became the first film ever to win a Goya Award. Best picture ('Mejor película')

1987: El viaje a ninguna parte
1988: El bosque animado
1989: Mujeres al borde de un ataque de nervios
1990: El sueño del mono loco
1991: ¡Ay, Carmela!
1992: Amantes
1993: Belle époque
1994: Todos a la cárcel
1995: Días contados
1996: Nadie hablará de nosotras cuando hayamos muerto
1997: Tesis
1998: La buena estrella
1999: La niña de tus ojos
2000: Todo sobre mi madre
2001: El Bola
2002: Los otros
2003: Los lunes al sol
2004: Te doy mis ojos
2005: Mar adentro
2006: La vida secreta de las palabras
2007: Volver
2008: La Soledad
2009: Camino
2010: Celda 211

The most awarded films:

Mar Adentro (Alejandro Amenábar,2005) – 14 Goya Awards
Ay Carmela (Carlos Saura,1991) – 13 Goya Awards
Belle Epoque (Fernando Trueba,1993) – 9 Goya Awards
Días Contados (Imanol Uribe,1995) – 8 Goya Awards
Los Otros (Alejandro Amenábar,2020) - 8 Goya Awards
Celda 211 (Daniel Monzón,2010) - 8 Goya Awards

By INES BARREDA
The Goya Awards on fest21.com

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