The 28th Goya Awards were presented at the Madrid Marriott Auditorium Hotel in Madrid on February 9, 2014 to honour the best in Spanish films of 2013. Manel Fuentes was the master of ceremonies for the first time. Nominees were announced on January 7, 2014.[1] Living Is Easy with Eyes Closed won six awards, including Best Film, Best Director, Best Actor and Best Original Screenplay, but Witching and Bitching won the most awards, with eight awards, including Best Supporting Actress.

28th Goya Awards
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DateFebruary 9, 2014
SiteMadrid Marriott Auditorium Hotel, Madrid
Hosted byManel Fuentes
Highlights
Best FilmLiving Is Easy with Eyes Closed
Best ActorJavier Cámara
Living Is Easy with Eyes Closed
Best ActressMarián Álvarez
Wounded
Most awardsWitching and Bitching (8)
Most nominationsFamily United (11)
Television coverage
NetworkTVE

Winners and nomineesEdit

Major awardsEdit

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
  • Fernando Franco García – Wounded
    • Neus Ballús – The Plague
    • Jorge Dorado – Mindscape
    • Rodrigo Sorogoyen – Stockholm

Other award nomineesEdit

Best Cinematography Best Editing
Best Art Direction Best Production Supervision
Best Sound Best Special Effects
  • Witching and Bitching – Charly Schmukler, Nicolás de Poulpiquet and Charly Schmukler
    • Cannibal – Eva Valiño, Nacho Royo-Villanova and Pelayo Gutiérrez
    • Family United – Carlos Faruolo, Jaime Fernández and Carlos Faruolo
    • Wounded – Aitor Berenguer Abasolo, Jaime Fernández and Nacho Arenas
Best Costume Design Best Makeup and Hairstyles
  • Witching and Bitching – María Dolores Gómez Castro, Javier Hernández Valentín, Pedro Rodríguez "Pedrati" and Francisco J. Rodríguez Frías
    • Three Many Weddings – Eli Adánez and Sergio Pérez
    • Grand Piano – Ana López-Puigcerver and Belén López-Puigcerver
    • Family United – Lola López and Itziar Arrieta
Best Original Score Best Original Song
Best Fictional Short Film Best Animated Short Film
  • Abstenerse Agencias
    • De Noche y de Pronto
    • El Paraguas de Colores
    • Lucas
    • Pipas
  • Cuerdas
    • Blue & Malone, Detectives Imaginarios
    • O Xigante
    • Vía Tango
Best Documentary Film Best Documentary Short Film
  • Las Maestras de la República
    • Con La Pata Quebrada
    • Guadalquivir
    • Món Petit
  • Minerita
    • El Hombre Que Estaba Allí
    • La Alfombra Roja
    • La Gran Desilusión

Honorary GoyaEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Manel Fuentes presentará y dirigirá los Premios Goya 2014". Academia de las Artes y las Ciencias Cinematográficas de España. 2013-10-18. Retrieved 2013-12-16.

External linksEdit