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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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Winners of the 30th GOYA AWARDS

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Last night Madrid held the 30th annual Goya Awards ceremony.

Among guest the Spanish Academy members, politicians, four Academy Award winners, and even a Nobel Prize-

Hosting the gala, Dani Rovira, who for the second time in a row, tried to make the gala long less than 3 hours.

Not many surprises among winners. Spanish academics are quite predictable and the film Truman got five out of six, awards. The most nominated film, La Novia, an adaptation of Lorca´s Bodas de Sangre, only obteined two out of 12. 

Here´s the winners list:

Mejor película: BEST FILM Truman


Mejor dirección: BEST DIRECTOR Cesc Gay por Truman

Mejor actor: BEST ACTOR Ricardo Darín por Truman

Mejor actriz: BEST ACTRESS Natalia de Molina por Techo y Comida  

Mejor actor de reparto: BEST ACTOR IN A SUPPORT ROLE Javier Cámara por Truman
Mejor actriz de reparto: BEST ACTRESS IN A SUPPORT ROLE Luisa Gavasa por La Novia
 

Mejor dirección novel: BEST NEW DIRECTOR Daniel Guzmán por A cambio de nada
Mejor actor revelación: BEST NEW ACTOR  Miguel Herrán por A cambio de nada
Mejor actriz revelación: BEST NEW ACTRESS Irene Escolar por Un otoño sin Berlín


Mejor película extranjera de habla hispana: BEST FOREING FILM IN SPANISH  El Clan (Argentina)
Mejor película europea: BEST EUROPEAN FILM Mustang (Francia)

Mejor guión original: BEST  Original Screenplay Cesc Gay y Tomás Aragay por TrumanMejor guión adaptado: BEST Adapted sreenplay Fernando León de Aranoa por Un Día Perfecto

Mejor música: BEST ORIGINAL SCORE Lucas Vidal por Nadie quiere la Noche
Mejor canción: BEST ORIGINAL SONG Lucas Vidal y Pablo Alborán por Palmeras en la Nieve

Mejor dirección de producción:  Nadie quiere la Noche

Mejor fotografía: BEST PHOTOGRAPHY  Miguel Ángel Amoedo por La Novia

Mejor dirección artística: CINEMATOGRAPHY Palmeras en la Nieve

Mejor diseño de vestuario: BEST COSTUME DISING Nadie quiere la Noche

Mejor maquillaje y peluquería: BEST MAKE UP Nadie quiere la Noche

Mejor montaje: BEST FILM EDITING El Desconocido
Mejor sonido: BEST SOUND  El Desconocido

Mejores efectos especiales: BEST VISUAL EFFECTS Anacleto, Agente secreto

Mejor documental: BEST DOCUMENTARY  Sueños de sal

Mejor cortometraje de ficción: BEST SHORT FICTION FILM Hijos de la Tierra
Mejor película de Animación: BEST ANIMATION FILM Atrapa la bandera
Mejor cortometraje de animación: BEST SHORT ANIMATION FILM Alike

Mejor cortometraje documental: BEST SHORT DOCUMENTARY El corredor  

Honorary Goya Award Mariano Ozores

 

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