20th Goya Awards

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20th Goya Awards
20th Goya Awards logo.jpg
Date January 29, 2006
Site Palacio Municipal de Congresos de Madrid
Host Concha Velasco and Antonio Resines
Highlights
Best Film The Secret Life of Words
Television coverage
Network TVE
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The 20th Goya Awards took place at the Palacio Municipal de Congresos in Madrid, Spain on 29 January 2006.

Winners and nominees[edit]

Major award nominees[edit]

Best Film Best Director
Best Actor Best Actress
Best Supporting Actor Best Supporting Actress
Best Original Screenplay Best Adaptated Screenplay
Best New Actor Best New Actress
Best Spanish Language Foreign Film Best European Film
Best New Director Best Animated Film
  • José Corbacho and Juan CruzTapas
    • Asier Altuna and Telmo Esnal – Aupa Etxebeste!
    • Guillem Morales – El Habitante Incierto
    • Santiago Tabernero – Life and Colour

Other award nominees[edit]

Best Cinematography Best Editing
Best Art Direction Best Production Supervision
  • NinetteGil Parrondo
    • Para Que No Me Olvides – Félix Murcia and Federico G. Cambero
    • Obaba – Julio Esteban and Julio Torrecilla
    • Segundo Asalto – Marta Blasco
Best Sound Best Special Effects
  • Obaba – Carlos Bonmati, Alfonso Pino and Pelayo Gutiérrez
    • Princesas – Miguel Rejas, Alfonso Raposo and Polo Aledo
    • Los Nombres de Alicia – Eladio Reguero and David Calleja
    • Ninette – Miguel Rejas and José Antonio Bermúdez
Best Costume Design Best Makeup and Hairstyles
  • Camarón: When Flamenco Became Legend – María José Iglesias
  • Camarón: When Flamenco Became Legend – Romana González and Josefa Morales
    • El Calentito – Jorge Hernández and Fermín Galán
    • Los Dalton contra Lucky LukePaillette and Annie Marandin
    • Princesas – Manolo García and Carlos Hernández
Best Original Score Best Original Song
  • "Me Llaman Calle" by Manu ChaoPrincesas
  • "Llora Por Tus Miserias" by Mario Gaitán – Bagdad Rap
  • "Los Malos Amores" by Eva Gancedo and Yamil – The Night of the Brother
  • "Laura" by Dani MartínSinfín
Best Fictional Short Film Best Animated Short Film
  • Nana
    • Bota de Oro
    • El Examinador
    • Hiyab
    • El Intruso
  • Tadeo Jones
    • La Gallina Ciega
    • La Leyenda del Espantapájaros
    • La Luz de la Esperanza
    • Semilla del Recuerdo
Best Documentary Best Short Film Documentary
  • Cineastas Contra Magnates
    • Iberia
    • Trece Entre Mil
    • Veinte Años No Es Nada
  • En La Cuna del Aire
    • Castilla y León, Patrimonio de la Humanidad
    • Nenyure

Honorary Goya[edit]