Goya Award for Best Fictional Short Film

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The Goya Award for Best Fictional Short Film (Spanish: Premio Goya a la mejor cortometraje de ficción) is one of the Goya Awards, Spain's principal national film awards.

Year Director Film
2012 (27th) Esteban Crespo García Aquel no era yo[1]
2011 (26th) Fernando Trullols El barco pirata[1]
2010 (25th) María Reyes Arias González Una caja de botones[1]
2009 (24th) Mateo Gil Dime que yo[1]
2008 (23rd) Isabel de Ocampo Miente[1]
2007 (22nd) Abdelatif Abdeselam Hamed Salvador (historia de un milagro cotidiano)[1]
2006 (21st) Salvador Gómez Cuenca A ciegas[1]
2005 (20th) José Javier Rodríguez Melcón Nana[1]
2004 (19th) Alberto Ruiz Rojo Diez minutos[1]
2003 (18th) Daniel Guzmán Sueños[1]
2002 (17th) Rafa Russo Nada que perder[1]
2001 (16th) Gustavo Salmerón Desaliñada[1]
2000 (15th) Ana Martínez Pantalones[1]
1999 (14th) Juana Macías Siete cafés por semana[1]
1998 (13th) Jacobo Rispa Un día perfecto[1]
1997 (12th) Achero Mañas Cazadores[1]
1996 (11th) Roberto Lázaro La viga[1]
1995 (10th) Miguel Bardem La madre[1]
1994 (9th) Javier Fesser Aquel ritmillo[1]
1993 (8th) Santiago Segura Perturbado[1]
1992 (7th) Álvaro Fernández Armero El Columpio[1]
1991 (6th)[note 1] Jesús R. Delgado La Viuda Negra[1]
1990 (5th)[note 1] Andrés Sáenz de Heredia Blanco o Negro[1]
1989 (4th)[note 1] Juanma Bajo Ulloa El Reino de Victor[1]

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  1. ^ a b c Note that from 1989 to 1991, there was only a single, general award for the best short film ("Mejor cortometraje"), rather than an award for fictional short films specifically ("Mejor cortometraje de ficción").

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