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GOYA 2020

Sept Goyas pour Douleur et gloire

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- Pedro Almodovar a triomphé à la 34e cérémonie des prix attribués par l'Académie des arts et des sciences cinématographiques d'Espagne, qui s'est tenue samedi dernier à Malaga

Sept Goyas pour Douleur et gloire
Pedro Almodovar avec son Goya du meilleur film pour Douleur et gloire, entouré de ses producteurs Esther Garcia et Agustín Almodovar (© Academia de Cine)

Cet article est disponible en anglais.

While in 2019 Seville was the city chosen to host the awards ceremony for the Goyas, the annual trophies handed out by Spain’s Academy of Film Arts and Sciences, Málaga was selected as the host city for the 34th edition. One of its most famous residents, Antonio Banderas, went up on stage on Saturday night to collect the Best Lead Actor Award for his performance as a crisis-ridden man in Pain & Glory [+lire aussi :
critique
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interview : Antonio Banderas
Q&A : Pedro Almodóvar
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]
, the movie that came out on top at the event, scooping another six accolades: Best Supporting Actress (for Julieta Serrano, who has thus received her first Goya at the ripe old age of 87), Best Soundtrack (for Alberto Iglesias, dubbed the “Spanish John Williams” on account of his 11 statuettes to date), Best Editing (Teresa Font), Best Feature, Best Screenplay and Best Director. While holding aloft the latter three Goyas, filmmaker Pedro Almodóvar emphasised the value of independent and arthouse cinema, and highlighted the need to protect it within political circles, because that’s where the future of film truly lies. While at the mic, he also made mention of the Spanish prime minister, Pedro Sánchez, who was present at the ceremony and who is responsible for the “script that this country will follow over the next four years”, in the words of the Machegan director.

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Charlemagne Youth Prize

While another famous Málaga native, Marisol (aka Pepa Flores), did not attend to accept her Honorary Goya, as previously announced (the artist, who is fiercely protective of her privacy, has spent the last few decades voluntarily avoiding the limelight and the media), her fellow Andalusian (born in Seville) Belén Cuesta did go up on stage to collect her trophy, as she was judged by the academy members to be the Best Actress of last year for her convincing turn in the historical drama The Endless Trench [+lire aussi :
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interview : Aitor Arregi, Jon Garaño e…
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, thus trouncing her fiercest rivals: Marta Nieto (who won awards at the Venice and Seville Film Festivals for Madre [+lire aussi :
critique
bande-annonce
interview : Rodrigo Sorogoyen
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]
) and Greta Fernández (the winner of the same award at the most recent San Sebastián Film Festival for A Thief’s Daughter [+lire aussi :
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interview : Belén Funes
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]
). Conversely, the father of the latter actress, Eduard Fernández – who did not attend the gala – was rewarded for his supporting role in While at War [+lire aussi :
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interview : Alejandro Amenabar
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]
(this being the Catalan thesp’s third Goya).

The latter film, directed by Alejandro Aménabar, took home four additional Goyas: for Best Costume Design (Sonia Grande), Production Direction (Carla Pérez de Albéniz), Hair and Make-up (the López-Puigcerver sisters and Nacho Díaz) and Art Direction (Juan Pedro de Gaspar). Meanwhile, its most serious competitors picked up a mere two gongs: The Endless Trench (Best Sound and Best Lead Actress, as mentioned above), Out in the Open [+lire aussi :
critique
bande-annonce
interview : Benito Zambrano
fiche film
]
(Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Original Song) and Fire Will Come [+lire aussi :
critique
bande-annonce
interview : Óliver Laxe
fiche film
]
(Best Cinematography, acknowledging the spectacular work of Mauro Herce, and Best New Actress, for 84-year-old Benedicta Sánchez, who acted for the very first time in the movie).

The rather boring show (as is customary) confirmed Belén Funes as a filmmaker with a bright future (she scooped Best New Director for A Thief’s Daughter) and Enric Auquer as the real revelation of 2019, as he pocketed the Goya for Best New Actor for Eye for an Eye [+lire aussi :
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interview : Paco Plaza
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]
, after recently taking home two Feroz Awards (see the news).

Here is the full list of award winners:

Best Film
Pain & Glory [+lire aussi :
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bande-annonce
interview : Antonio Banderas
Q&A : Pedro Almodóvar
fiche film
]
Pedro Almodóvar

Best Director
Pedro Almodóvar – Pain & Glory

Best Lead Actress
Belén Cuesta – The Endless Trench [+lire aussi :
critique
bande-annonce
interview : Aitor Arregi, Jon Garaño e…
fiche film
]
(Spain/France)

Best Lead Actor
Antonio Banderas – Pain & Glory

Best Supporting Actress
Julieta Serrano – Pain & Glory

Best Supporting Actor
Eduard Fernández While at War [+lire aussi :
critique
bande-annonce
interview : Alejandro Amenabar
fiche film
]
(Spain/Argentina)

Best New Actor
Enric Auquer Eye for an Eye [+lire aussi :
critique
bande-annonce
interview : Paco Plaza
fiche film
]

Best New Actress
Benedicta Sánchez Fire Will Come [+lire aussi :
critique
bande-annonce
interview : Óliver Laxe
fiche film
]
(Spain/France/Luxembourg)

Best New Director
Belén Funes A Thief’s Daughter [+lire aussi :
critique
bande-annonce
interview : Belén Funes
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]

Best Original Screenplay
Pedro Almodóvar – Pain & Glory

Best Adapted Screenplay
Benito Zambrano, Daniel Remón and Pablo Remón Out in the Open [+lire aussi :
critique
bande-annonce
interview : Benito Zambrano
fiche film
]

Best Original Score
Alberto Iglesias – Pain & Glory

Best Production Direction
Carla Pérez de Albéniz – While at War

Best Special Effects
Mario Campoy and Iñaki Madariaga The Platform [+lire aussi :
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interview : Galder Gaztelu-Urrutia
fiche film
]

Best Sound
Iñaki Díez, Alazne Ameztoi, Xanti Salvador and Nacho Royo Villanova – The Endless Trench

Best Costume Design
Sonia Grande – While at War

Best Original Song
“Intemperie” Javier Ruíbal, Out in the Open

Best Hair and Make-up
Ana López-Puigcerver, Belén López Puigcerver and Nacho Díaz – While at War

Best Art Direction
Juan Pedro de Gaspar – While at War

Best Cinematography
Mauro Herce – Fire Will Come

Best Editing
Teresa Font – Pain & Glory

Best European Film
Les Misérables [+lire aussi :
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interview : Ladj Ly
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]
– Ladj Ly (France)

Best Animated Film
Buñuel in the Labyrinth of the Turtles [+lire aussi :
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]
– Salvador Simó (Spain/Netherlands)

Best Documentary Film
Ara Malikian: A Life Among Strings – Nata Moreno

Best Latin American Film
Heroic Losers [+lire aussi :
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– Sebastián Borensztein (Argentina/Spain)

Best Short Fiction
Watermelon Juice – Irene Moray

Best Short Documentary
Nuestra vida como niños refugiados en Europa – Silvia Venegas

Best Animated Short
Madrid 2120 – José Luis Quirós and Paco Sáez

Honorary Goya
Marisol (Pepa Flores)

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