Premios Feroz

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Premios Feroz
Awarded forMerit and quality in Spanish cinematographic productions
Country Spain
Presented byAsociación de Informadores Cinematográficos de España
First awarded2014
Websitehttp://www.feroz.es/

Premios Feroz (Feroz Awards) are Spain-based film awards created in November 2013 by Asociación de Informadores Cinematográficos de España (Spanish Cinematographic Informers Association). They are considered the Spanish equivalent to the Golden Globe Awards, since they are part of the build-up to the Goya Awards, presented by the Spanish Film Academy. The first edition took place in January 2014. Categories recognizing excellence in television were added for the 4th edition that took place in 2017.

Eligibility conditions[edit]

To be eligible for Premios Feroz,[1] a film needs to have been premiered within the year prior to the award ceremony and, before the premiere, have been featured in a special projection for the press in Madrid, Barcelona or both. If this last condition did not happen, the film should have been made available (also before the official premiere) for online viewing to the members of Asociación de Informadores.

Categories[edit]

Film[edit]

Best Drama Film[edit]

Edition Year Winner Nominees
I[2] 2014 Stockholm
II[3] 2015 Marshland
III[4] 2016 The Bride
IV[5] 2017 The Fury of a Patient Man
V[6] 2018 Summer 1993
VI[7] 2019 The Realm

‡ Winner Goya Award for Best Film † Nominated Goya Award for Best Film

Best Comedy Film[edit]

Edition Year Winner Nominees
I[8] 2014 Three Many Weddings
II[9] 2015 Carmina y amén
III[10] 2016 Negociador
IV[5] 2017 Kiki, el amor se hace
  • María (y los demás)
  • La noche que mi madre mató a mi padre
  • La puerta abierta
  • El rey tuerto
V[6] 2018 Holy Camp!
  • Abradacadabra
  • Bomb Scared
  • Muchos hijos, un mono y un castillo
  • Selfie
  • Tierra firme
VI[7] 2019 Champions
  • Casi 40
  • Mi querida cofradía
  • Superlópez
  • Tiempo después

‡ Winner Goya Award for Best Film † Nominated Goya Award for Best Film

Best Director[edit]

Edition Year Winner Work Nominees
I[11] 2014 David Trueba Living Is Easy with Eyes Closed
II[12] 2015 Alberto Rodríguez Marshland
  • Jon Garaño & José Mari Goenaga - Loreak
  • Paco León - Carmina y amén
  • Carlos Marqués-Marcet - 10,000 km
  • Carlos Vermut - Magical Girl
III[13] 2016 Paula Ortiz The Bride
IV[5] 2017 Raúl Arévalo The Fury of a Patient Man
V[6] 2018 Carla Simón Summer 1993
VI[7] 2019 Rodrigo Sorogoyen The Realm

‡ Winner Goya Award for Best Director † Nominated Goya Award for Best Director ≠ Winner Goya Award for Best New Director = Nominated Goya Award for Best New Director

Best Screenplay[edit]

Edition Year Winner Work Nominees
I[14] 2014 David Trueba Living Is Easy with Eyes Closed
  • Pablo Alén & Breixo Corral - Three Many Weddings
  • Manuel Martín Cuenca & Alejandro Hernández Díaz - Cannibal
  • Daniel Sánchez Arévalo - Family United
  • Isabel Peña & Rodrigo Sorogoyen - Stockholm
II[15] 2015 Carlos Vermut Magical Girl
III[16] 2016 Cesc Gay & Tomás Aragay Truman
IV[5] 2017 David Pulido & Raúl Arévalo The Fury of a Patient Man
V[6] 2018 Carla Simón Summer 1993
VI[7] 2019 Rodrigo Sorogoyen and Isabel Peña The Realm
  • Arantxa Echevarría - Carmen & Lola
  • Jaime Rosales, Michel Gaztambide and Clara Roquet - Petra
  • Carlos Vermut - Quién te cantará
  • Celia Rico - Journey to a Mother's Room

Best Main Actor in a Film[edit]

Edition Year Winner Work Nominees
I[17] 2014 Antonio de la Torre Cannibal
II[18] 2015 Javier Gutiérrez Marshland
III[19] 2016 Ricardo Darín Truman
IV[5] 2017 Roberto Álamo May God Save Us
V[6] 2018 Javier Gutiérrez The Motive
VI[7] 2019 Antonio de la Torre The Realm

‡ Winner Goya Award for Best Actor † Nominated Goya Award for Best Actor ± Winner Goya Award for Best Supporting Actor ≠ Winner Goya Award for Best New Actor = Nominated Goya Award for Best New Actor

Best Main Actress in a Film[edit]

Edition Year Winner Work Nominees
I[20] 2014 Marian Álvarez Wounded
II[21] 2015 Bárbara Lennie Magical Girl
III[22] 2016 Inma Cuesta The Bride
IV[5] 2017 Bárbara Lennie María (y los demás)
V[6] 2018 Nathalie Poza Can't Say Goodbye
VI[7] 2019 Eva Llorach Quién te cantará

‡ Winner Goya Award for Best Actress † Nominated Goya Award for Best Actress ≠ Winner Goya Award for Best New Actress = Nominated Goya Award for Best New Actress

Best Supporting Actor in a Film[edit]

Edition Year Winner Work Nominees
I[23] 2014 Mario Casas Witching and Bitching
II[24] 2015 José Sacristán Magical Girl
III[25] 2016 Mario Casas My Big Night
IV[5] 2017 Manolo Solo The Fury of a Patient Man
V[6] 2018 David Verdaguer Summer 1993
VI[7] 2019 Luis Zahera The Realm

‡ Winner Goya Award for Best Supporting Actor † Nominated Goya Award for Best Supporting Actor ≠ Winner Goya Award for Best New Actor = Nominated Goya Award for Best New Actor

Best Supporting Actress in a Film[edit]

Edition Year Winner Work Nominees
I[26] 2014 Terele Pávez Witching and Bitching
II[27] 2015 Itziar Aizpuru Loreak
III[28] 2016 Luisa Gavasa The Bride
IV[5] 2017 Ruth Díaz = The Fury of a Patient Man
V[6] 2018 Adelfa Calvo The Motive
VI[7] 2019 Anna Castillo Journey to a Mother's Room

‡ Winner Goya Award for Best Supporting Actress † Nominated Goya Award for Best Supporting Actress ≠ Winner Goya Award for Best New Actress = Nominated Goya Award for Best New Actress

Best Original Soundtrack[edit]

Edition Year Winner Nominees
I[29] 2014 (Tie)

I'm So Excited
Gente en sitios

II[30] 2015 Marshland
III[31] 2016 The Bride
IV[5] 2017 Kiki, el amor se hace
V[6] 2018 Giant
VI[7] 2019 Quién te cantará

Best Trailer[edit]

Edition Year Winner Nominees
I[32] 2014 Three Many Weddings
II[33] 2015 Magical Girl
III[34] 2016 Requisitos para ser una persona normal
IV[5] 2017 The Fury of a Patient Man
V[6] 2018 Holy Camp!
VI[7] 2019 Quién te cantará

Best Film Poster[edit]

Edition Year Winner Nominees
I[35] 2014 Three Many Weddings
II[36] 2015 Magical Girl
III[37] 2016 Requisitos para ser una persona normal
IV[5] 2017 The Fury of a Patient Man
V[6] 2018 Giant
VI[7] 2019 Quién te cantará

Premio Feroz Especial[edit]

Premio Feroz Especial is awarded to Spanish films that members of Asociación de Informadores Cinematográficos de España consider deserved better commercial results. Until the 5th edition of the awards, it was a non competitive category; nominations were introduced for the 5th edition.

Edition Year Winner Nominees
I[38] 2014 Ilusión No nominees
II[39] 2015 Costa da Morte
III[40] 2016 B, la película
IV 2017 La mort de Louis XIV
V[41] 2018 Life and Nothing More
  • Júlia ist
  • La mano invisible
  • Los del túnel
  • Mimosas
VI 2019 Between Two Waters
  • Con el viento
  • Dhogs
  • El rey
  • Oreina

Best Documentary Film[edit]

Edition Year Winner Nominees
IV 2017 Dead Slow Ahead No nominees
V[41] 2018 La Chana
  • Converso
  • Esquece Monelos
  • Muchos hijos, un mono y un castillo
  • Niñato
VI 2019 Apuntes para una película de atracos
  • Mudar la piel
  • The Silence of Others
  • Trinta lumes
  • Young & Beautiful

Television[edit]

Best Drama Series[edit]

Edition Year Winner Nominees
IV[5] 2017 El Ministerio del Tiempo
(season 2, TVE)
V[6] 2018 La zona
(season 1, Movistar+)
VI[7] 2019 Cocaine Coast
(season 1, Antena 3)

Best Comedy Series[edit]

Edition Year Winner Nominees
IV[5] 2017 Paquita Salas
(season 1, Flooxer)
V[6] 2018 Vergüenza
(season 1, Movistar+)
VI[7] 2019 Arde Madrid
(season 1, Movistar+)

Best Main Actor in a TV Series[edit]

Edition Year Winner Work Nominees
IV[5] 2017 Brays Efe Paquita Salas
V[6] 2018 Javier Gutiérrez Vergüenza
VI[7] 2019 Javier Rey Cocaine Coast

Best Main Actress in a TV Series[edit]

Edition Year Winner Work Nominees
IV[5] 2017 Aura Garrido El Ministerio del Tiempo
V[6] 2018 Malena Alterio Vergüenza
VI[7] 2019 Inma Cuesta Arde Madrid

Best Supporting Actor in a TV Series[edit]

Edition Year Winner Work Nominees
IV[5] 2017 Hugo Silva
José Sacristán
(Tie)
El Ministerio del Tiempo
Velvet
V[6] 2018 Miguel Rellán Vergüenza
VI[7] 2019 Antonio Durán "Morris" Cocaine Coast

Best Supporting Actress in a TV Series[edit]

Edition Year Winner Work Nominees
IV[5] 2017 Belén Cuesta Paquita Salas
V[6] 2018 Emma Suárez La zona
VI[7] 2019 Anna Castillo Arde Madrid

Feroz de Honor (Honorary Award)[edit]

Edition Year Winner
I[42] 2014 José Sacristán
II[43] 2015 Carlos Saura
III[44] 2016 Rosa María Sardà
IV[45] 2017 Narciso Ibáñez Serrador
V[46] 2018 Verónica Forqué
VI[47] 2019 José Luis Cuerda

Ceremonies[edit]

Edition Year Date Venue Hosted by
I 2014 January 27 Cine Callao, Madrid Alexandra Jiménez
II 2015 January 25 Gran Teatro Ruedo Las Ventas, Madrid Bárbara Santa-Cruz
III 2016 January 19 Teatro Príncipe Pío, Madrid Silvia Abril
IV 2017 January 23 Palacete de los Duques de Pastrana, Madrid Antonio de la Torre
V 2018 January 22 Polideportivo Antonio Magariños, Madrid Julián López
VI 2019 January 19 Bilbao Arena, Bilbao Ingrid García-Jonsson

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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