31st Goya Awards

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31st Goya Awards
Date February 4, 2017
Site Madrid Marriott Auditorium Hotel, Madrid
Hosted by Dani Rovira
Highlights
Best Film The Fury of a Patient Man
Best Actor Roberto Álamo
May God Save Us
Best Actress Emma Suárez
Julieta
Most awards A Monster Calls (9)
Most nominations A Monster Calls (12)
Television coverage
Network TVE

The 31st Goya Awards were presented at the Madrid Marriott Auditorium Hotel in Madrid on February 4, 2017 to honour the best in Spanish films of 2016. Actor and comedian Dani Rovira was the master of ceremonies for the third time in a row.[1]

Nominations were announced on 14 December 2016 by Javier Cámara and Natalia de Molina.[2] A Monster Calls received the most nominations with twelve, followed by Smoke & Mirrors and The Fury of a Patient Man with eleven nominations each.[3]

The Fury of a Patient Man won Best Film, as well as Best Supporting Actor, Best Original Screenplay and Best New Director, but A Monster Calls won the most awards, with nine awards, including Best Director. Actress Emma Suárez won two awards on the same night: Best Actress for Julieta and Best Supporting Actress for La próxima piel.

Winners and nominees

Major awards

Best Film Best Director
Best Actor Best Actress
Best Supporting Actor Best Supporting Actress
Best New Actor Best New Actress
Best Original Screenplay Best Adapted Screenplay
Best Spanish Language Foreign Film Best European Film
Best New Director Best Animated Film

Other award nominees

Best Cinematography Best Editing
Best Art Direction Best Production Supervision
Best Sound Best Special Effects
Best Costume Design Best Makeup and Hairstyles
Best Original Score Best Original Song
  • "Ai, ai, ai" by Sílvia Pérez CruzCerca de tu casa
    • "Descubriendo India" by Luis Ivars – Bollywood Made in Spain
    • "Muerte" by Zeltia Montes – Frágil equilibro
    • "Kiki– Mr.K! feat Nita" by Alejandro Acosta, Cristina Manjón, David Borràs Paronella, Marc Peña Rius and Paco LeónKiki, el amor se hace
Best Fictional Short Film Best Animated Short Film
  • Timecode
    • Bla, bla, bla
    • En la azotea
    • Graffiti
    • La invitación
  • Decorado
    • Darrel
    • Made in Spain
    • Uka
Best Documentary Film Best Documentary Short Film
  • Frágil equilibro
    • Omega
    • El Bosco. El jardín de los sueños
    • Born in Syria
  • Cabezas habladoras
    • Esperanza
    • Palabras de Caramelo
    • The Resurrection Club

Honorary Goya

References

  1. ^ "Dani Rovira presentará la 31 edición de los Goya". premiosGoya. 2016-11-02. Retrieved 2016-12-14. 
  2. ^ "'Un monstruo viene a verme', 'Tarde para la ira' y 'El hombre de las mil caras', favoritas para los Goya 2017". Televisión Española (in Spanish). Retrieved 16 December 2016. 
  3. ^ "Juan Antonio Bayona's 'A Monster Calls' Leads Goya Award Nominations". The Hollywood Reporter. December 14, 2016. Retrieved January 25, 2017. 
  4. ^ "Ana Belén, Goya de Honor 2017". PremiosGoya. 2016-09-09. Retrieved 2016-12-14. 

External links

  • Official site
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