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The Goya Awards, known in Spanish as los Premios Goya, are Spain's main national film awards, considered the Spanish equivalent to the American Academy Awards. The awards were established in 1987, a year after the founding of the Academia de las Artes y las Ciencias Cinematográficas de España, and the first awards ceremony took place on March 16, 1987 at the Teatro Lope de Vega, Madrid.

The ceremony continues to take place annually around the end of January, and awards are given to films produced during the previous year. The award itself is a small bronze bust of Francisco de Goya created by the sculptor José Luis Fernández.

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Blancanieves is the greatest winner at the 27th Goya Awards

Black and White silent movie Blancanieves is the greatest winner at the 27th Goya Awards

A total of 10 Goya Awards went to 'Blancanieves', 5 to  'Lo Imposible', 3 to 'Tadeo Jones', 2 to 'Grupo 7' y 1 to 'El Muerto y Ser Feliz', 'Una Pistola en Cada Mano', 'Hijos de las Nubes', 'Intocable' y 'Juan de los Muertos'.

A bir if surprise when Academy members voted for Juan Antonio Bayona as the Best Director. One of the few Goyas Blancanieves didn´t get  J.A. Bayona director of The Impossible, said that the award belonged to the over 275 thousand people who died at the tsunami catastrophe. He handed his Goya to María Belón, the survivor who inspired this film and today we´ve known that the ocean will be its last destination. She wants to honor doing this that people who were not as lucky as herself and her family.

Naomi Watts is candidate to the Oscar on Sunday for playing María´s role. Good luck. A good film that has reached the hearts of 18M viewers all over the world.

No surprises in the interpretation categories and yet another year the nonwriten rule that the actress who wins in San Sebastian Film Festival gets the Goya…

Here is the final list of winners

 

Mejor película: BEST FILM Blancanieves

Mejor dirección: BEST DIRECTOR Juan Antonio Bayona por Lo Imposible

Mejor actor: BEST ACTOR José Sacristán por El Muerto y ser feliz

Mejor actriz: BEST ACTRESS Maribel Verdú por Blancanieves

Mejor actor de reparto: BEST ACTOR IN A SUPPORT ROLE Julián Villagrán por Grupo 7

Mejor actriz de reparto: BEST ACTRESS IN A SUPPORT ROLE Candela Peña por Una Pistola en Cada Mano

Mejor dirección novel: BEST NEW DIRECTOR Enrique Gato por Las Aventuras de Tadeo Jones

Mejor actor revelación: BEST NEW ACTOR Joaquín Núñez por Grupo 7

Mejor actriz revelación: BEST NEW ACTRESS  Macarena García por Blancanieves

Mejor guión original: BEST  Original Screenplay Pablo Berger por Blancanieves

Mejor guión adaptado: BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY Diego San José, Jordi Gasull, Ignacio del Moral, Gorka Magallón, Neil Landau y Javier Barreira por Las Aventuras de Tadeo Jones

Mejor película extranjera de habla hispana: BEST FOREING FILM IN SPANISH Juan de los Muertos

Mejor película europea: BEST EUROPEAN FILM Intocable
 

Mejor película de animación: BEST ANIMATED FEATURE FILM Las Aventuras de Tadeo Jones

Mejor documental: BEST DOCUMENTARY Hijos de las Nubes, la Última Colonia

Mejor fotografía: BEST PHOTOGRAPHY Kiko de la Rica por Blancanieves

Mejor música: BEST ORIGINAL SCORE Alfonso Vilallonga por Blancanieves

Mejor canción: BEST ORIGINAL SONG Juan Gómez 'Chicuelo' y Pablo Berger por Blancanieves
('No te puedo encontrar')

Mejor montaje: BEST FILM EDITING Lo Imposible

Mejor dirección artística: CINEMATOGRAPHY Blancanieves – Alain Bainee

Mejor dirección de producción  Lo Imposible – Alain Bainee

Mejor diseño de vestuario: BEST COSTUME DISING Blancanieves - Paco Delgado

Mejor maquillaje y peluquería: BEST MAKE UP Blancanieves

Mejor sonido: BEST SOUND Lo Imposible

Mejores efectos especiales: BEST VISUAL EFFECTS Lo Imposible

Mejor cortometraje de ficción: BEST SHORT FICTION FILM Aquel no era Yo


Mejor cortometraje de animación: BEST SHORT ANIMATION FILM El Vendedor de Humo

Mejor cortometraje documental: BEST SHORT DOCUMENTARY A Story for the Modlins

Honorary Goya Award : Concha Velasco

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