26th Goya Awards

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26th Goya Awards
26th Goya Awards logo.jpg
Date February 19, 2012
Site Palacio Municipal de Congresos, Madrid[1]
Host Eva Hache
Television coverage
Network TVE
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The 26th Goya Awards were presented on 19 February 2012 to honour the best in Spanish films of 2011 and the ceremony was hosted by Spanish comedian Eva Hache.[1] On January 10, 2012 the nominees were announced. No Rest for the Wicked won six awards, including Best Film, Best Director and Best Actor.

Nominees[edit]

Major awards[edit]

Best Film Best Director
Best Actor Best Actress
Best Supporting Actor Best Supporting Actress
Best New Actor Best New Actress
Original Screenplay Adapted Screenplay
Best Spanish Language Foreign Film Best European Film
Best New Director Best Animated Film
  • Kike Maíllo – Eva
    • Paco Arango – Maktub
    • Eduardo Chapero-Jackson – Verbo
    • Paula Ortiz – De Tu Ventana a la Mía
  • Wrinkles
    • Cartago Nova
    • Papá Soy Una Zombi
    • The Little Wizard

Other award nominees[edit]

Best Cinematography Best Editing
Best Art Direction Best Production Supervision
Best Sound Best Special Effects
Best Costume Design Best Makeup and Hairstyles
Best Original Score Best Original Song
  • "Nana de la Hierbabuena" by Carmen Agredano – The Sleeping Voice
    • "Debajo del Limón" by Paul Ortiz and Pachi García 'Alis' – De Tu Ventana a la Mía
    • "Nuestra Playa Eres Tú" by Jorge Pérez Quintero, Borja Jiménez Mérida and Patricio Marín Díaz – Maktub
    • "Verbo" by Pascal Gaigne and Ignacio Fornés – Verbo
Best Fictional Short Film Best Animated Short Film
  • El Barco Pirata
    • El Premio
    • Matar a un Niño
    • Meine Liebe
  • Birdboy
    • Ella
    • Quién Aguanta Más
    • Rosa
Best Documentary Film Best Documentary Short Film
  • Escuchando al Juez Garzón
    • 30 Años de Oscuridad
    • El Cuaderno de Barro
    • Morente. El Barbero de Picasso
  • Regreso a Viridiana
    • Alma
    • Nuevos Tiempos
    • Virgen Negra

Honorary Goya[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Eva Hache presentará la próxima ceremonia de los Premios Goya" (in Spanish). El País. 2011-11-23. Retrieved 2012-01-11. 

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