Despite the one-year exceptionality with many delayed premieres and the box office in free fall (-72%) due to the pandemic, the 35th edition of the Goya today gives its starting gun with the nominations announcement, to which suck 155 movies. Dani Rovira, host of the gala in three consecutive editions (from 2015 to 2017), and Ana Belén (Goya de Honor 2017), have been in charge of unveiling the list of finalists in the 28 categories. This time there are two awards already guaranteed. One is that of Ángela Molina, that of Honor, and then that of the animation category where there is only one title: ‘La gallina turuleca’. ‘Adú ‘is the one that has received the most nominations (14) followed by ‘Akelarre’ and ‘Las chicas’ with 9. Mario Casas once again opts to win the award. On March 6, the Spanish cinema awards will be presented.
Best Original Screenplay: Alejandro Hernández for Adú; Claro García and Javier Fesser for Lamentable Stories; Alicia Luna and Iciar Bollain for Rosa and Pilar Palomero’s wedding for The girls
Best film: Adú, Ane, Rosa’s wedding, The girls and Sentimental.
Best Direction: Salvador Calvo (Adú); Juanma Bajo Uloa (Baby) Iciar Bollain (The Rose Wedding) and Isabel Coixet (Nieva in Benidorm)
Best New Direction: David Pérez Sañudo for Ane, Bernabé Rico for El inconveniente, Pilar Palomero for The girls and Nuria Giménez Lorang for My Mexican Bretzel.
Best Leading Actor: Mario Casas for You will not kill, Javier Cámara for Sentimental, Ernesto Alterio for A normal world and David Verdaguer for One for all.
Best Leading Actress: Amaia Aberasturi (Akelarre), Patricia López Arnaiz (Ane); Kiti Mánver (The inconvenience) and Candela Peña (Rosa’s wedding)
Best Supporting Actress: Juana Acosta for The inconvenience; Verónica Echegui for Explode, Explode; Nathalie Poza for Rosa and Natalia de Molina’s wedding for Girls
Best New Actor: Adam Nourou for Adú, Chema del Barco for The Plan, Janick for Lamentable Stories and Fernando Valdivielso for You will not kill.
Best Supporting Actor: Álvaro Cervantes for Adú, Sergi López for Rosa’s Wedding, Juan Diego Botto for Europeans and Alberto San Juan for Sentimental.
Best Adapted Screenplay: David Pérez Sañudo and Marina Parés Pulido by Ane; Bernardo Sánchez and Marta Libertad Castillo for The Europeans; David Galán Galindo and Fernando Navarro for Secret origins and Cesc Gay for Sentimental.
Source: LA INFORMACIÓN – Lo último by www.lainformacion.com.
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