27th Goya Awards

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27th Goya Awards
27th Goya Awards logo.jpg
Date February 17, 2013
Site Centro de Convenciones y Congresos Príncipe Felipe, Madrid
Host Eva Hache
Television coverage
Network TVE
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The 27th Goya Awards were presented at the Centro de Convenciones y Congresos Príncipe Felipe in Madrid on February 17, 2013 to honour the best in Spanish films of 2012. Comedian Eva Hache was the master of ceremonies for the second year in a row. Nominees were announced on January 8, 2013.[1] Blancanieves won ten awards, including Best Film, Best Actress and Best Original Screenplay.

Winners and 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
Best Original Screenplay Best Adapted Screenplay
Best Spanish Language Foreign Film Best European Film
Best New Director Best Animated Film

Other award nominees[edit]

Best Cinematography Best Editing
Best Art Direction Best Production Supervision
Best Sound Best Special Effects
  • The Impossible – Peter Glossop, Marc Orts and Oriol Tarragó
    • Invasor – Sergio Burmann, Nicolás de Poulpiquet and James Muñoz
    • The Artist and the Model – Pierre Gamet, Nacho Royo-Villanova and Eduardo García Castro
    • Unit 7 – Daniel de Zayas Ramírez, Nacho Royo-Villanova and Pelayo Gutiérrez
  • The Impossible – Pau Costa and Félix Bergés
    • Blancanieves – Reyes Abades and Ferrán Piquer
    • Invasor – Reyes Abades and Isidro Jiménez
    • Unit 7 – Juan Ventura
Best Costume Design Best Makeup and Hairstyles
Best Original Score Best Original Song
  • '"No Te Puedo Encontrar"' by Pablo Berger and Juan Gómez "Chicuelo" – Blancanieves
    • "Líneas Paralelas" by Víctor M. Peinado, Pablo Cervantes Gutiérrez and Pablo José Fernández Brenes – Els Nens Salvatges
    • "L'as Tu Vue?" by Alfonso Albacete and Juan Bardem Aguado – La Bande à Picasso
    • "Te Voy A Esperar" by Juan MagánTad, The Lost Explorer
Best Fictional Short Film Best Animated Short Film
  • Aquel No Era Yo
    • La Boda
    • Ojos Que No Ven
    • Voice Over
  • El Vendedor de Humo
    • Alfred y Anna
    • La Mano de Nefertiti
    • ¿Por Qué Desaparecieron Los Dinosaurios?
Best Documentary Film Best Documentary Short Film
  • Hijos de Las Nubes, La última Colonia
    • Contra el Tiempo
    • Los Mundos Sutiles
    • Mapa
  • A Story for the Modlins
    • El Violinista de Auschwitz
    • Las Viudas de Ifni
    • Un Cineasta en La Codorniz

Honorary Goya[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rolfe, Pamela (2012-12-19). "Spain's Goya Awards to Be Held Feb. 17". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 2012-12-19. 

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