September 26, 2020

The nominees for the Goya 2020 Awards | Culture



Pedro Almodóvar and Antonio Banderas in the filming of 'Pain and glory'. In video, the movie trailer.



The actors Elena Anaya and Miguel Herrán have been responsible for making this Monday, December 2, the reading of the nominations for the 34th Goya Awards. From the headquarters of the Film academy, the interpreters have revealed the applicants to the 28 categories that include the awards. To the preselection 146 films have been presented, of which 88 are fiction films, 55 are documentaries and 3 of animation. 53 European films, 15 Latin American films and 35 short films also participate. Of the total number of applications, 56 are raw operas. As for the scripts, 112 are original and 29, adapted.

The film with the most nominations is While the war lasts, by Alejandro Amenábar, with 17 nominations. Pain and glory, by Pedro Almodóvar, has received 16 and The infinite trench, from Aitor Arregi, Jon Garaño and Jose Mari Goenaga is eligible for 15 awards.

The gala, which will be held on January 25, 2020 in Malaga, will be presented by the comedians Andreu Buenafuente and Silvia Abril, who already acted as masters of ceremonies last edition, which took place in Seville. The 2020 Goya of Honor has fallen to the actress Pepa Flores.

Trailer of 'While the war lasts', by Alejandro Amenábar.



This is the full list of nominees in the movie categories:

Best film

Best Direction

  • Pedro Almodóvar by Pain and glory
  • Aitor Arregi, Jon Garaño, Jose Mari Goenaga for The infinite trench
  • Oliver Laxe by What burns
  • Alejandro Amenábar by While the war lasts

Best New Director

Best Original Screenplay

  • Pedro Almodóvar by Pain and glory
  • David Desola, Pedro Rivero by The hole
  • Luiso Berdejo, Jose Mari Goenaga for The infinite trench
  • Alejandro Amenábar, Alejandro Hernández for While the war lasts

Best Adapted Screenplay

  • Eligio Montero and Salvador Simó for Buñuel in the labyrinth of the turtles
  • Benito Zambrano, Daniel Remón and Pablo Remón for Outdoor
  • Isabel Peña and Rodrigo Sorogoyen for Mother
  • Javier Gullón by Advantages of traveling by train

Best Original Music

  • Arturo Cardelus by Buñuel in the labyrinth of the turtles
  • Alberto Iglesias by Pain and glory
  • Pascal Gaigne by Trench infinite
  • Alejandro Amenábar by While the war lasts

Best Original Song

  • Outdoor
  • Klaus
  • Innocence
  • The night of the two moons

Best Leading Actor

Best Leading Actress

  • Penelope Cruz by Pain and glory
  • Greta Fernández by The daughter of a thief
  • Bethlehem Costs for The infinite trench
  • Marta Nieto by Mother

Best Supporting Actor

  • Asier Etxeandia by Pain and glory
  • Leonardo Sbaraglia by Pain and glory
  • Luis Callejo by Outdoor
  • Eduard Fernández for While the war lasts

Best Supporting Actress

  • Mona Martínez by Goodbye
  • Natalia de Molina by Goodbye
  • Julieta Serrano by Pain and glory
  • Nathalie Poza by While the war lasts

Best Revelation Actor

  • Nacho Sánchez by Seventeen
  • Vicente Vergara by Trench infinite
  • Santi Prego by While the war lasts
  • Enric Auquer by Who kills iron

Best Actress Revelation

  • Pilar Gómez by Goodbye
  • Carme Arrufat by Innocence
  • Benedicta Sánchez for What burns
  • Ainhoa ​​Santamaría by While the war lasts

Best Production Management

  • Pain and glory
  • Outdoor
  • The infinite trench
  • While the war lasts

Best Director of Photography

  • Pain and glory
  • Trench infinite
  • What burns
  • While the war lasts

Best Assembly

  • Pain and glory
  • Trench infinite
  • Mother
  • While the war lasts

Best Art Direction

  • Pain and glory
  • Trench
  • While the war lasts
  • Advantages of traveling by train

Best Costume Design

  • Pain and glory
  • The Infinite Trench
  • While the war lasts
  • Paradise hills

Best Makeup and Hairdressing

  • Pain and glory
  • The Infinite Trench
  • While the war lasts
  • Advantages of traveling by train

Best sound

  • Pain and glory
  • The infinite trench
  • While the war lasts
  • Who kills iron

Best Special Effects

  • The hole
  • Trench infinite
  • While the war lasts
  • Losing east

Best Animated Film

  • Buñuel in the labyrinth of the turtles, by Salvador Simó
  • Elcano and Magellan: the first round the world, by Ángel Alonso
  • Klaus, by Sergio Pablos

Best Documentary Film

  • Ara Malikian a life between the ropes, from Nata Moreno
  • Aute portrait, from Gaizka Urresti
  • Picture, by Andrés Sanz
  • Stories of our cinema, from Ana Pérez-Lorente, Antonio Resines

Best Latin American Film

Best European Film

Best Fiction Short Film

  • The swimmer
  • Foreigner
  • Maras
  • Suc of Síndria
  • Xiao Xian

Best Documentary Short

  • 2001 flashes in the dark
  • Hell
  • The European dream: Serbia
  • Our life as refugee children in Europe

Best Animation Short Film

  • The tree of lost souls
  • Homomaquia
  • Madrid2120
  • Die



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