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
2014 (29th) Patricia Font Café para llevar
2013 (28th) Gaizka Urresti Abstenerse agencias
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] Gracia Querejeta, Nacho Pérez de la Paz, Jesús Ruiz

Andrés Sáenz de Heredia

El viaje del agua[1]

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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