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The 33rd Goya Awards ceremony, presented by the Academy of Cinematographic Arts and Sciences (AACCE), honored the best in Spanish films of 2018 and took place at the Conference and Exhibition Centre of Seville on February 2, 2019.[1] The ceremony was televised in Spain by the Spanish public television (TVE) and was hosted by television presenter and comedian Andreu Buenafuente and actress Silvia Abril.[2][3] It was also televised for the international public by the TVE Internacional channel.

33rd Goya Awards
DateFebruary 2, 2019
SiteConference and Exhibition Centre, Seville
Hosted byAndreu Buenafuente
Silvia Abril
Highlights
Best FilmChampions
Best ActorAntonio de la Torre
The Realm
Best ActressSusi Sánchez
Sunday's Illness
Most awardsThe Realm (7)
Most nominationsThe Realm (13)
Television coverage
NetworkTVE

Nominations were announced on 12 December 2018 by Paco León and Rossy de Palma.[4] The Realm received the most nominations with thirteen, followed by Champions with eleven nominations.[4]

Champions won Best Film, as well as Best New Actor and Best Original Song, but The Realm won the most awards, with seven awards, including Best Director, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor, and Best Original Screenplay.[5]

Winners and nomineesEdit

Major awardsEdit

Best Film[4] Best Director[4]
Best Actor[4] Best Actress[4]
Best Supporting Actor[4] Best Supporting Actress[4]
Best New Actor[4] Best New Actress[4]
Best Original Screenplay[4] Best Adapted Screenplay[4]
Best Spanish Language Foreign Film[4] Best European Film[4]
Best New Director[4] Best Animated Film[4]

Other award nomineesEdit

Best Cinematography[4] Best Editing[4]
Best Art Direction[4] Best Production Supervision[4]
Best Sound[4] Best Special Effects[4]
  • The Realm – Roberto Fernández and Alfonso Raposo
    • Champions – Arman Ciudad, Charly Schmukler and Alfonso Raposo
    • Quién te cantará – Daniel de Zayas, Eduardo Castro and Mario González
    • Yuli – Eva Valiño, Pelayo Gutiérrez and Alberto Ovejero
  • Superlópez – Lluís Rivera and Laura Pedro
    • The Realm – Óscar Abades and Helmuth Barnert
    • Errementari – Jon Serrano and David Heras
    • Gun City – Lluís Rivera and Félix Bergés
Best Costume Design[4] Best Makeup and Hairstyles[4]
Best Original Score[4] Best Original Song[4]
Best Fictional Short Film[4] Best Animated Short Film[4]
  • Cerdita
    • 9 pasos
    • Bailaora
    • El niño que quería volar
    • Matria
  • Cazatalentos
    • El olvido
    • I Wish...
    • Soy una tumba
Best Documentary Film[4] Best Documentary Short Film[4]
  • The Silence of Others
    • Apuntes para una película de atracos
    • Camarón: flamenco y revolución
    • Desenterrando Sad Hill
  • Gaza
    • El tesoro
    • Kyoko
    • Wan Xia. La última luz del atardecer

Honorary GoyaEdit

In MemoriamEdit

In Memoriam segment was introduced by James Rhodes, who played Adagio from Concerto No 3 in D minor, BWV 974, from Bach. The segment included:[7]

  • Álvaro de Luna
  • Forges
  • Asunción Sancho
  • Carmen Alborch
  • Carmina Merlo
  • Cesáreo Estévanez
  • David Calleja
  • Edmundo Sanz
  • Eduardo McGregor
  • Fernando Valgañón
  • Francisco Jurado Alcaide
  • Gustavo Hernández
  • Horacio Valcárcel
  • Jaume Genover
  • Jaume Migueiz i Domènech
  • Javier Aller
  • José Grau
  • José Cañas
  • José María Caparrós
  • José María Otero Timón
  • José Miguel Hernán
  • José Olmo
  • José Antonio Pérez Giner
  • Josep Lluis Castañer "Sepe"
  • Josep Miquel Aixalà Martí
  • Joan Munsó Cabús
  • Julio César Acera
  • Macario Gómez Quibus
  • Manuel Veiga
  • Margarita Pardo Robles
  • Margot Prieto
  • Marisa Porcel
  • Pepe Mediavilla
  • Ramón Moya
  • Ricardo García de Navarrete
  • Román Mañoso
  • Santiago Moncada
  • Sergio Ramis
  • Toni Socias
  • Yvonne Blake

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "El Fibes de Sevilla acogerá la gala de los Goya el 2 de febrero". eldiario.es (in Spanish). Retrieved 2018-11-02.
  2. ^ Belinchón, Gregorio (2018-06-11). "Silvia Abril y Andreu Buenafuente presentarán los Goya". El País (in Spanish). ISSN 1134-6582. Retrieved 2018-11-02.
  3. ^ vertele.eldiario.es. "Los Goya 2019 ya tienen pareja de presentadores: Andreu Buenafuente y Silvia Abril". vertele (in Spanish). Retrieved 2018-11-02.
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad "Todos los nominados a los Premios Goya 2019". El Mundo (in Spanish). December 11, 2017. Retrieved December 13, 2018.
  5. ^ "Premios Goya 2019: lista completa de ganadores". eldiario.es (in Spanish). February 4, 2019. Retrieved February 4, 2019. Italic or bold markup not allowed in: |work= (help)
  6. ^ "Chicho Ibañez Serrador, Goya de Honor 2019". El Mundo (in Spanish). Unidad Editorial Información General, S.L.U. 27 November 2018. Retrieved 27 November 2018.
  7. ^ "James Rhodes y el homenaje a Yvonne Blake marcan el In memoriam". Premios Goya (in Spanish). Academia de Cine. 3 February 2019. Retrieved 3 February 2019.

External linksEdit