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Keys to the 2024 Goya Awards: schedules, performances and where to see the gala | Goya Awards | Cinema

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The Goya Awards, the annual gala where the Spanish Film Academy recognizes the best of the seventh national art, is celebrated this Saturday, February 10 at the Valladolid Fair. This is the 38th edition, since the awards have been presented uninterruptedly since 1987. The ceremony used to be held in Madrid, but since 2019 it was decided to rotate the venue and it has passed through Seville, Malaga, Valencia and now the capital of Castile and Lion. 20.000 bee species y The Snow Society They lead the nominations with 15 and 13 candidates, respectively: they are followed by Close the eyes y They know that one with 11. We review the schedules, where to see the gala and other details.

When and where to see the gala and the red carpet

EL PAÍS Vídeo will start the broadcast at 7:00 p.m., with the red carpet, and the ceremony is scheduled to begin at 10:00 p.m. It can also be seen on La 1 and a live broadcast from EL PAÍS will reveal all the details behind the gala. The event usually lasts approximately three hours.

Presenters and musical performances

The hosts are the actress Ana Belén and the actors, producers, directors and screenwriters Javier Calvo and Javier Ambrossi, The Javis. The first is one of the most emblematic and legendary faces of the cultural industry, protagonist of films like Pharaoh’s court (1985) y The Turkish Passion (1994). She has been nominated for the Goya on five occasions and received the Goya of Honor in 2017. On the other hand, Los Javis are two of the audiovisual directors of the moment, with successful series such as The Messiah (2023), Paquita Salas (2018-2019) or the movie The call (2017).

As for the musical performances, it has been revealed that Amaia Romero will participate – who had her acting debut precisely in The Messiah ―, David Bisbal, Estopa, María José Llergo, India Martínez, Niña Pastori, Silvia Pérez Cruz and Salvador Sobral, winner of Eurovision 2017 representing Portugal.

The directors and screenwriters Javier Calvo and Javier Ambrossi, and the actress and singer Ana Belén.
Borja Sanchez-Trillo (EFE)

Who will present the awards and order of the awards

The main figures of Spanish cinema will parade as guests along the red carpet and then present some big heads. Among the performers confirmed by the Academy we can mention Penélope Cruz, Sofía Otero, Carmen Machi, Elena Anaya, Marisa Paredes, Susi Sánchez, Bárbara Lennie, José Sacristán, Gael García Bernal or Eduard Fernández. While among the filmmakers, Pedro Almodóvar, Carla Simón, Isaki Lacuesta, Alauda Ruiz de Azúa, Borja Cobeaga, Javier Fesser, Pilar Palomero, Fran Araújo, Jonás Trueba and Jaione Camborda stand out. Other stars from the world of entertainment who will present a Goya are Aitana Sánchez-Gijón, Cecilia Roth, Inma Cuesta, Ernesto Alterio, Antonia San Juan, Nacho Vigalondo, Fernando Tejero, Toni Acosta, María León, Loles León, Nathalie Poza, Marta Etura or Roberto Álamo.

The order in which the 30 awards will be delivered is as follows:

  • Best Supporting Actor
  • best original song
  • Best costume design
  • Best special effects
  • Best makeup and hair
  • Best Newcomer
  • Best assembly
  • Best cinematography
  • Better sound
  • Best artistic direction
  • Best production direction
  • Best original music
  • Goya of Honor
  • Best animated film
  • Best documentary film
  • Best fiction short film
  • Best Documentary Short Film
  • Best animated short film
  • Best new direction
  • Goya International
  • Best New Actress
  • Best Ibero-American film
  • Best European film
  • Best Supporting Actress
  • Best adapted screenplay
  • Best original screenplay
  • Best Leading Actor
  • Best leading actress
  • Best address
  • Best film

Honorary Goya and International Goya

The established actress Sigourney Weaver (New York, 74 years old) has been chosen by the Academy to receive the International Goya this year. Immortalized in Ripley’s role in the saga Alien and Dian Fossey in Gorillas in the snow (1988), has been chosen for “an impressive career full of unforgettable films and inspiring us by creating independent, complex and strong female characters,” according to an official statement. This award is given from 2022 to personalities who contribute to cinema as an art that unites cultures and viewers from around the world.” Cate Blanchett and Juliette Binoche were the other honorees.

The Goya of Honor will go to the eternal 102-year-old restaurateur and cinematographer Juan Mariné. The Barcelona native began working in cinema as a child, filmed the funeral of the anarchist leader Durruti, photographed the first Spanish film in Technicolor (and 140 others) and has resurrected various classics. This recognition has been awarded since the first version of the Goya and has been awarded to classics such as José María Forqué, Juan Antonio Bardem, Mario Camus or Carlos Saura.

One of the winners of that award was Concha Velasco, who died last December, whose two children will be present at the gala to honor her in her hometown.

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