Javier Bardem and the film “The good boss” were the protagonists of the Goya Awards


Javier Bardem won the Goya for Best Leading Actor

Javier Bardem won the Goya for Best Leading Actor

Photo: Juan Naharro Giménez / Getty Images

This Saturday, February 12, Queen Sofia Palace of Arts received the best of Spanish cinema. The ceremony was starring the actor Javier Bardem and the film “The good boss”of which he was the protagonist.

“The good boss” received six Goya Awards in its 36th edition. Among the categories that the film directed by Fernando León de Aranoa won are: Best Film, Direction, Original Screenplay and Best Leading Actor.

Bardem’s wife, Penélope Cruz, did not win the statuette for Best Leading Actress, as the winner turned out to be Blanca Portillo for her work in “Maixabel”.

After “The good boss”, the most awarded film of the night was “The law of the border” that took five statuettes as: Best Costume Design, Best Art Direction and Best New Actor for Chechu Salgado.

The ceremony was also commented on social networks for its outstanding musical presentations, among which stood out the participation of Joaquín Sabina who performed with Leiva the song “So young and so old”.

Among the novelties of the night is the appearance of a new line called Goya Internationalwhich was first delivered to the Australian actress Cate Blanchett.

Penélope Cruz and Pedro Almodóvar gave the International Goya to Cate Blanchett/ Photo: Juan Naharro Gimenez l Getty Images

The Goya of Honor was awarded to José Sacristán, while a tribute was paid toDirector Luis Garcia Berlanga.


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