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Blancanieves, The Impossible, Unit 7, and the other winners for the 2013 Goya Awards have been announced. The 27th Annual Goya Awards (Premios Goyas), presented by the Academia de las Artes y Ciencias Cinematográficas de España (Spanish Academy of Cinematographic Arts and Sciences), is “Spain’s main national film awards, considered by many in Spain, and internationally, to be the Spanish equivalent of the American Academy Awards.”

The full listing of the 2013 Goya Awards winners is below:

Best Film

Best Director
Juan Antonio Bayona – The Impossible

Best Actor
José Sacristán – The Dead Man and Being Happy

Best Actress
Maribel Verdú – Blancanieves

Best Supporting Actor
Julián Villagrán – Unit 7

Best Supporting Actress
Candela Peña – Una Pistola En Cada Mano

Best New Actor
Joaquín Núñez – Unit 7

Best New Actress
Macarena García – Blancanieves

Best Original Screenplay
Blancanieves – Pablo Berger

Best Adapted Screenplay
The Adventures of Tadeo Jones – Javier Barreira, Gorka Magallón, Ignacio del Moral, Jordi Gasull and Neil Landau

Best Spanish Language Foreign Film
Juan of the Dead • Cuba, Spain

Best European Film
The Intouchables • France

Best New Director
Enrique Gato – The Adventures of Tadeo Jones

Best Animated Film
The Adventures of Tadeo Jones

Best Cinematography
Blancanieves – Kiko de la Rica

Best Editing
The Impossible – Elena Ruiz and Bernat Villaplana

Best Art Direction
Blancanieves – Alain Bainée

Best Production Supervision
The Impossible – Sandra Hermida Muñiz

Best Sound
The Impossible – Peter Glossop, Marc Orts and Oriol Tarragó

Best Special Effects
The Impossible – Pau Costa and Félix Bergés

Best Costume Design
Blancanieves – Paco Delgado

Best Makeup and Hairstyles
Blancanieves – Sylvie Imbert and Fermín Galán

Best Original Score
Blancanieves – Alfonso de Villalonga

Best Original Song
“No Te Puedo Encontrar”‘ by Pablo Berger and Juan Gómez “Chicuelo” – Blancanieves

Best Fictional Short Film
Aquel No Era Yo

Best Animated Short Film
El Vendedor de Humo

Best Documentary Film
Hijos de Las Nubes, La última Colonia

Best Documentary Short Film
A Story for the Modlins

Source: Wikipedia


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