The ceremony will be held at January 19 at the Bilbao Arena in Spain. It was created in 2013 by the Association of Cinematographic Informants of Spain (AICE). It has both the Cinema and the Television category and has been cataloged by some media as the Globes of Oroespañoles.
The film was nominated for best dramatic film and in this category will compete with ‘Carmen and Lola’, ‘Petra’, ‘Who Will Sing to You’, ‘The Kingdom’ and ‘Trip to a Mother's Room’.
The film was also nominated for best actress (Penélope Cruz), best actor (Javier Bardem), best supporting actress (Bárbara Lennie), best supporting actor (Eduard Fernández) and best trailer.
‘El reino’ (with 10 nominations), ‘Quién te cantará’ (8), ‘Todos lo sabe’ (‘Everybody Knows’) (6), ‘Petra’ (5), ‘Carmen y Lola’ (4), ‘Trip to a Mother's Room’ (4) and ‘Champions’ (4), along with series such as ‘Arde Madrid’ (7), ‘Tomorrow's Day’ (5), ‘Paquita Salas’ (4), ‘Embarrassment’ (4) and ‘Fariña’ (3) will fight to become the winners.
The Spain-set thriller also won nominations for best film, best director, best actor (Javier Bardem), best actress (Penélope Cruz), best original script, best original song (Javier Limón), best supporting actor (Eduard Fernandez) and best editing (Hayedeh Safiyari) at 33rd annual edition of Spain's top film honors, the Goya Awards on February 2.
The plot centers on Laura (Cruz) on her travels from Argentina to her small hometown in Spain for her sister's wedding, bringing her two children with her.
Amid the joyful reunion and festivities, the eldest daughter is abducted. In the tense days that follow, various family and community tensions surface and deeply hidden secrets are revealed. Ricardo Darín co-stars in the flick.
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