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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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Champions and The Realm winners at the Goya Awards

             The 33rd edition of the Spanish Academy of Film Arts and Sciences Awards, aka The Goyas, took place in Sevilla. Surpringly, the film winning all major categories didn´t get the Goya for Best Film.

The political thriller The Realm by Rodrigo Sorogoyen – co-produced with France – ended up with seven Goyas: including Best Director, Best Screenplay, Best Supporting Actor (Galician Luis Zahera) and Best Lead Actor (Antonio de la Torre).

Although, one of the biggest surprises on the night was that Champions by Javier Fesser, a title that has enjoyed a great deal of mainstream success (having grossed €20 million so far), emerged triumphant as the best feature of 2018, given that it is a comedy, a genre that does not traditionally receive the official top prizes.

Champions received three awards: Best Film, Best Song (composed by Coque Malla) and Best New Actor, for first-timer Jesús Vidal. Another film that stood out at the ceremony was Carmen & Lola by Arantxa Echevarría, which took home two statuettes: Best Supporting Actress (Carolina Yuste) and Best New Director.

At the ceremony, which was attended by Minister of Culture José Guirao, was watched by four million viewers on the channel TVE and paid tribute to the Honorary Goya Award winner, Chicho Ibáñez Serrador with a video directed by Juan Antonio Bayona.


Here is the full list of award winners:

Best Film
Champions  Javier Fesser

Best Director
Rodrigo Sorogoyen – The Realm (Spain/France)

Best Lead Actress 
Susi Sánchez – Sunday’s Illness

Best Lead Actor 
Antonio de la Torre – The Realm

Best Supporting Actress 
Carolina Yuste - Carmen & Lola

Best Supporting Actor
Luis Zahera – The Realm

Best New Actor 
Jesús Vidal – Champions

Best New Actress 
Eva Llorach – Quién te cantará (Spain/France)

Best New Director 
Arantxa Echevarría – Carmen & Lola

Best Original Screenplay 
Isabel Peña and Rodrigo Sorogoyen – The Realm

Best Adapted Screenplay 
Álvaro Brechner – A Twelve-Year Night (Spain/Argentina/France/Uruguay)

Best Original Score 
Olivier Arson – The Realm

Best Production Direction 
Yousaf Bokhari – The Man Who Killed Don Quixote (Spain/France/Belgium/Portugal)

Best Special Effects
Lluís Rivera and Laura Pedro – Superlópez

Best Sound 
Roberto Fernández and Alfonso Raposo – The Realm

Best Wardrobe Design 
Clara Bilbao  Gun City (Spain/France)

Best Original Song 
Este es el momento –
 Coque Malla (Champions)

Best Hair and Make-up 
Sylvie Imbert, Amparo Sánchez and Pablo Perona – The Man Who Killed Don Quixote

Best Art Direction 
Juan Pedro de Gaspar – Gun City

Best Cinematography
Josu Incháustegui – Gun City

Best Editing 
Alberto del Campo – The Realm

Best European Film
Cold War – Pawel Pawlikowski (Poland/UK/France)

Best Animated Film
Another Day of Life – Damian Nenow and Raúl de la Fuente (Spain/Poland/Belgium/Germany/Hungary)

Best Documentary Film
The Silence of Others – Almudena Carracedo and Robert Bahar (Spain/USA)

Best Latin American Film 
Roma – Alfonso Cuarón (Mexico/USA)

Best Short Fiction
Piggy – Carlota Pereda 

Best Short Documentary 
Gaza – Carlos Bover Martínez and Julio Pérez del Campo 

Best Animated Short 
Cazatalentos – José Herrera

Honorary Goya 
Narciso Ibáñez Serrador


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