30th Goya Awards

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30th Goya Awards
Premios Goya 30.jpg
DateFebruary 6, 2016
SiteMadrid Marriott Auditorium Hotel, Madrid
Hosted byDani Rovira
Highlights
Best FilmTruman
Best ActorRicardo Darín
Truman
Best ActressNatalia de Molina
Techo y comida
Most awardsTruman (5)
Most nominationsThe Bride (12)
Television coverage
NetworkTVE

The 30th Goya Awards were presented at the Madrid Marriott Auditorium Hotel in Madrid on February 6, 2016 to honour the best in Spanish films of 2015. Actor and comedian Dani Rovira was the master of ceremonies for the second time in a row.[1]

Nominations were announced on 14 December 2015 by Asier Etxeandia and Emma Suárez.[2][3][4] The Bride received the most nominations with twelve, followed by Nobody Wants the Night with nine nominations.

Truman won five awards including Best Film and Best Director for Cesc Gay.[5]

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
  • Miguel Herrán – A cambio de nada as Darío
  • Irene Escolar – Un otoño sin Berlín as June
    • Antonia Guzmán – A cambio de nada as Antonia
    • Iraia Elias – Amama as Amaia
    • Yorkanda Ariosa – El Rey de La Habana as Magda
Best Original Screenplay Best Adapted Screenplay
Best Spanish Language Foreign Film Best European Film
Best New Director Best Animated Film
  • Daniel Guzmán – A cambio de nada
    • Dani de la Torre – Retribution
    • Leticia DoleraRequisitos para ser una persona normal
    • Juan Miguel del Castillo – Techo y comida
  • Capture the Flag
    • Meñique y el espejo mágico
    • Holy Night! Noche ¿de paz?
    • Yoko eta lagunak (Yoko y sus amigos)

Other award nominees[edit]

Best Cinematography Best Editing
Best Art Direction Best Production Supervision
Best Sound Best Special Effects
  • Retribution – David Machado, Jaime Fernández and Nacho Arenas
Best Costume Design Best Makeup and Hairstyles
Best Original Score Best Original Song
Best Fictional Short Film Best Animated Short Film
  • El corredor
    • Cordelias
    • El Trueno Rojo
    • Inside the Box
    • Os meninos do rio
  • Alike
    • Honorio. Dos minutos de sol
    • La noche del océano
    • Víctimas de Guernica
Best Documentary Film Best Documentary Short Film
  • Hijos de la Tierra
    • Regreso a la Alcarria
    • Ventanas
    • Viento de atunes

Honorary Goya[edit]

Films with multiple nominations and awards[edit]

In Memoriam[edit]

The segment paid tribute to following seventy artists in the montage:[7]

  • Margarita Alexandre — Producer, director and actress
  • Alicia Altabella — Actress
  • Nadala Batista — Actress
  • Carlos Álvarez-Novoa — Actor
  • Laura Alejandro — Actress
  • José Canalejas — Actor
  • Julio Vallejo — Production manager
  • Mate Cantero — Producer
  • Marcelino Carla Jiménez
  • Joan Bosch Palau — Director and screenwriter
  • Pascual Pérez Porcar — Animation director
  • Vicente Aranda — Director, screenwriter and producer
  • Jaime Camino — Director
  • Matilde Conesa — Voice actress
  • Antonio Corencia — Actor and director
  • Vicente Cornejo
  • Ramón Centenero — Actor
  • Curro Summers — Actor and screenwriter
  • Antonio de Benito — Photographer
  • Miguel de Grandy — Actor and director
  • Joaquín de Luna — Film critic
  • María del Puy — Actress
  • Juanjo Delgado — Photographer
  • Marujita Díaz — Actress and singer
  • José Díaz Espada — Producer
  • María Espinosa — Actress
  • Manuel Esteban Marquilles — Director and producer
  • José García Galisteo — Photographer
  • Arrate Garmendia — Make-up artist
  • Francisco Gisbert — Producer
  • Gilles Leclair — Production manager
  • May Heatherly — Actress
  • Antonio Larreta — Narrator, translator and dramatist
  • Ismael González Díaz — Writer and producer
  • Ana Diosdado — Actress and writer
  • Pepita Llunell — Actress
  • Katia Loritz — Actress
  • José Luis Lozano — Directior, screenwriter and producer
  • Aitor Mazo — Actor, director and screenwriter
  • José Miguel Mendiola Fernández — Controller
  • Alberto Molina
  • Natalia Molero — Writer
  • Tere Montoya
  • Carmen Morell — Actress and singer
  • Pedro Reyes — Actor
  • Luis Prendes — Distributor
  • Gonzalo Quesada — Producer
  • Nino Renovales — Actor
  • Ricardo Palacios — Actor and director
  • Bartolomé Pedrera Alcina
  • Angels Poch — Actress
  • Macarena Pombo — Casting director
  • Rosa Novell — Actress
  • Joan Potau — Director and screenwriter
  • Héctor Colomé — Actor
  • María Romero — Voice actress
  • Ana María Romero-Marchent — Editor
  • José Rosero — Music producer
  • Marco Rossi — Composer
  • José Sazatornil — Actor
  • Manuel Ruiz-Castillo — Screenwriter
  • Ignacio Salas — Actor and writer
  • Julio Sanchidrián — Voice actor
  • Íñigo Santander
  • Germán Solano Giménez
  • Pío Caro Baroja — Screenwriter, writer and documentalist
  • Florentino Soria Heredia — Screenwriter, producer and director
  • Alfonso Valiño — Voice actor
  • Manel Vicaría — Executive producer
  • Lina Morgan — Actress

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Dani Rovira confirma que presentará otra vez la gala de los Premios Goya". El Mundo. 2015-10-23. Retrieved 2015-12-12.
  2. ^ "La lectura de nominados será retransmitida en streaming". Academia de Cine. 2015-12-11. Retrieved 2015-12-12.
  3. ^ "'The Bride' Leads Spain's Goya Award Nominations". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 28 December 2015.
  4. ^ "Los Goya 2016: Asier Etxeandia se emociona al leer su nominación como Mejor Actor". Televisión Española (in Spanish). Retrieved 14 December 2015.
  5. ^ "'Truman' Wins Top Goya Awards". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 7 February 2015.
  6. ^ "Mariano Ozores, Goya de Honor 2016". La Vanguardia. 2015-10-02. Retrieved 2015-12-12.
  7. ^ "In Memoriam". Premios Goya (in Spanish). 6 February 2016. Retrieved 31 July 2018.

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