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The Impossible movie by JA Bayona. Best director at Goya Awards 2013

The Impossible movie by JA Bayona. Best director at Goya Awards 2013
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The Impossible movie by the Spanish director Juan Antonio Bayona rewarded yesterday in Madrid. Best director at Goya Awards 2013. See all the awards:

The Impossible movie by JA Bayona. Best director at Goya Awards 2013

The Impossible movie by JA Bayona. Best director at Goya Awards 2013

Best Film: Snow White, by Angel Durández, Jérôme Vidal and Ibon Cormenzana, (Nix Films, IEA, Sisyphus Films, IEA, Noodles Production, SARL, The Kraken Films, AIE and Arcadia Motion Pictures).

Best Director: Juan Antonio Bayona for The Impossible.

Best New Director: Enrique Gato for Tadeo Jones Adventures.

Best Original Screenplay: Paul Berger for Snow White.

Best Adapted Screenplay: Gorka Magallon, Ignacio del Moral, Javier Barreira, Jordi Gasull and Neil Landau, for Tadeo Jones Adventures.

Best Original Score: Alfonso de Vilallonga, for Snow White.

Best Original Song: “I can not find”, for Juan Gómez.

Best Actor Bio: Jose Sacristan.

Best Actress Starring: Maribel Verdú, for Snow White.

Best Actor in Cast: Julian Villagran, for Group 7.

Best Female Cast: Candela Peña, for A Pistol in Each Hand.

Best Actor: Joaquin Nunez, for Group 7.

Best Newcomer: Macarena García, for Snow White.

Best Production: Sandra Hermida Muñiz: The Impossible.

Best Cinematography: Kiko de la Rica, for Snow White.

Best Editing: Bernat Vilaplana and Elena Ruiz, for The Impossible.

Best Art Direction: Alain Bainée, for Snow White.

Best Costume Design: Paco Delgado, for Snow White.

Best Makeup and / or Hair: Sylvie Imbert and Fermín Galán, for Snow White.

Best Sound: Peter Glossop, Marc Orts and Oriol Tarragó, for The Impossible.

Best Special Effects: Pau Costa and Felix Berges, for The Impossible.

Best Animated Film: The Adventures of Tadeo Jones, Ghislain Barrois, Edmon Roch Nicolas Gasull Matji and Jordi (Telecinco Cinema, SAU, Telefónica SLU Productions, Ikiru Films, SL, Lightbox and El Toro Pictures Entertainment).

Best Documentary: Children of the Clouds, the Last Colony: Javier Bardem, Alvaro Longoria and Lilly Hartley (The Monk The Movie IEA and Morena Films.

Best Iberoamerican Film: Juan of the Dead, by Alexander Brugués (Cuba, Spain).

Best European Film: Untouchable by Eric Toledano and Olivier Nakache (France).

Best Documentary Short: A story for the Modlins (A story for Modlin), by Sergio Oksman.

Best Short Fiction: That Was not Me, by Esteban Garcia Crespo.

Best Animated Short: The Seller of Smoke, by Maestro Jaime.

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