Javier Bardem, ‘The Good Boss’ Top Spain’s 2022 Goya Awards

Javier Bardem, ‘The Good Boss’ High Spain’s 2022 Goya Awards

Trending Leisure movie breaking information

Shortlisted for the Academy Awards within the worldwide function movie class, Fernando León de Aranoa’s “The Good Boss” capped a report 20 Spanish Academy Goya nominations by scoring greatest image and actor for Javier Bardem at Saturday’s Goya prize ceremony. 

The prizes marked each Leon and Bardem’s seventh Goya wins. Produced by El Reposado and The Mediapro Studio, and a office dramedy skewering the abuse of energy practised by a seemingly benign manufacturing facility proprietor, “The Good Boss” additionally received greatest director and unique screenplay for León, in addition to greatest rating and enhancing.

Blanca Portillo beat out “Parallel Moms’” Oscar-nominated Penélope Cruz, because of Portillo’s highly effective efficiency as Maixabel Lasa, the true life widow of former Basque Nation governor Juan Mari Jauregui who agreed in 2011 to fulfill one in all his ETA killers. Her forgiveness, and Portillo’s portrait, has touched a big nerve in Spain.

One spotlight of the Goya Awards was the newly created Worldwide Goya, picked up by Cate Blanchett and introduced by Cruz and Pedro Almodóvar, whom she referred to as a “legendary couple.” She additionally paid tribute to Spanish cinema for having made motion pictures regardless of the years of pandemic. I really feel happy with what we’ve achieved as a sector. We now have to go on creating,” she stated.

In different highlights, Jonás Trueba received greatest documentary for “Quien lo impide,” monitoring Spanish adolescents as they develop through the years and already voted by a San Sebastian Spanish critics ballot as the very best movie in final 12 months’s competition competitors.

Chelo Loureiro’s “Valentina,” a 3D-2D animated musical, received greatest animated function.  

The 2022 Goya of Honor went to Spanish actor José Sacristan whose profession spans the final 50 years, from milestone titles made throughout a Spain in transition from dictatorship to democracy, akin to “Asignatura Pendiente” and “La Colmena,” to massive modern-day Spanish collection “Velvet” and “Excessive Seas.”  

The 2022 Spanish Academy awards come after varied indicators of sturdy ness in Spanish filmmaking: 4 Oscar nominations (Bardem, Cruz, composer Alberto Iglesias, animated brief producer Alberto Mielgo); two Berlin competitors titles (“One 12 months, One Night time,” “Alcarras,”); and resilient field workplace trawls in Spain of $4 million-$3 million for “The Good Boss,” “Maixabel” and “Parallel Moms.” 

The lineup of upcoming Spanish titles in 2022 counsel that constructing recognition will not be a flash within the pan. 

2022 thirty sixth Goya Awards

And the winners are:

FILM

“The Good Boss”

DIRECTOR

Fernando León de Aranoa (“The Good Boss”)

NEW DIRECTOR

Clara Roquet (“Libertad”)

ACTRESS

Blanca Portillo (“Maixabel”)

ACTOR

Javier Bardem (“The Good Boss”)

SUPPORTING ACTRESS

Nora Navas (“Libertad”)

SUPPORTING ACTOR

Urko Olazabal (“Maixabel”)

ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY

Fernando León de Aranoa (“The Good Boss”)

ADAPTED SCREENPLAY

Daniel Monzón y Jorge Guerricaechevarría (“The Legal guidelines of the Border”)

CINEMATOGRAPHY

Kiko de la Rica (“Mediterráneo: The Regulation of the Sea”)

ORIGINAL MUSIC

Zeltia Montes (“The Good Boss”)

ORIGINAL SONG

“Te espera el mar,” (María José Llergo for “Mediterráneo: The Regulation of the Sea”)

NEW ACTOR

Chechu Salgado (“The Legal guidelines of the Border”)

NEW ACTRESS
María Cerezuela (“Maixabel”)

INTERNATIONAL GOYA AWARD

Cate Blanchett

ANIMATED FEATURE

“Valentina” (Chelo Loureiro)

IBERO-AMERICAN FILM

“La cordillera de los sueños,” (Patricio Guzmán, Chile)

EUROPEAN PICTURE

“One other Spherical,” (Thomas Vinterberg, Denmark)

DOCUMENTARY

“Who’s Stopping Us,” (Jonás Trueba)

HONORARY GOYA

José Sacristán

LIVE-ACTION SHORT FILM

Verónica Echegui (“Tótem loba”)

ANIMATED SHORT FILM

“The Monkey,” (Lorenzo Degl’Innocenti, Xosé Zapata)

DOCUMENTARY SHORT

“Mamá,” (Pablo de la Chica)

EDITING

Vanessa Marimbert (“The Good Boss”)

PRODUCTION DESIGN

Albert Espel, Kostas Sfakianakis (“Mediterráneo: The Regulation of the Sea”)

COSTUME DESIGN

Vinyet Escobar (“The Legal guidelines of the Border”)

ART DIRECTION

Balter Gallart (“The Legal guidelines of the Border”)

SOUND

Daniel Fontrodona, Oriol Tarragó, Marc Bech, Marc Orts (“Tres”)

MAKEUP AND HAIR DESIGN

Sarai Rodríguez, Benjamín Pérez, Nacho Díaz (“The Legal guidelines of the Border”)

SPECIAL EFFECTS

Pau Costa, Laura Pedro (“Method Down”)

elective display screen reader

Learn Extra

1 thought on “Javier Bardem, ‘The Good Boss’ High Spain’s 2022 Goya Awards”

  1. Hі there juѕt wanted to give you a quіck hеads սp. The tеxt in your content seem to be running off the screen iin Safaгi. I’m nott sure if thbis is a format іssue or something to do with ihternet browser comlatibility but I thought I’d post tο let you know. Thee dеsign and style look great t

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.