Hollywood stars will appear at the Goya Awards for the first time this Saturday. Robert de Niro, Al Pacino, Dustin Hoffman, Helen Mirren, Charlize Theron, Isabelle Huppert, Monica Bellucci, Salma Hayek, Sylvester Stallone, Emma Thompson, Benicio del Toro, Ricardo Darín and Laura Dern are some of the more than 30 names who will greet the gala audience and send messages of support for our cinematography from locations around the world. They will do it, of course, electronically in an edition in which the winners will thank them for the awards from their home. The large roster of luxury guests demonstrates the contacts and good work of the host, Antonio Banderas.
The actor from Malaga and María Casado They will present from the Soho Caixabank Theater in Malaga, managed by the actor, a ceremony that is “obligatoryly different and extremely responsible,” according to the Film Academy. The Goyas turn 35 and in the year of the pandemic a party similar to the previous ones cannot be held. The 166 nominees will connect through the computer from their homes or in the hotels where some of the film equipment will remain. However, on an evening in which Ángela Molina will receive the Goya of Honor, Banderas and Casado will not be alone. They will be accompanied by a large representation of Spanish cinema that will introduce the candidates and tear open the envelopes to learn about the award.
Thus, they will be in Malaga Pedro Almodóvar, Penelope Cruz, Alexander Amenabar, Juan Antonio Bayona, Peace Vega, Bethlehem Slope, Antonio de la Tower, Maria Barranco, Najwa Nimri, Leonardo Sbaraglia, Carlos Areces, Julian Lopez, Adrian Lastra, Hiba Abouk, Marta Etura, Maggie Civantos , Natalia Verbeke, Tristan Ulloa, Daniela Santiago, Jon Kortajarena, Marta Nieto, Antonio Velazquez, Monica Randall, Veronica Forque, Elena Irureta, Pedro Casablanc, Jaime Chavarri, Emma Suarez, Marisa Paredes, Roberto Poplar, Jose Coronado, Chus Gutierrez and Gracia Querejeta. The Symphony of the Andalusian city, together with maestro Arturo Díez Boscovich, will provide the musical note to a ceremony in which soundtracks by Ennio Morricone will be heard and Argentina will perform Nathy Peluso, the malagueña Vanesa Martin and the Catalan the father The singer will participate in the tribute to Luis García Berlanga on the centenary of his birth Diana Navarro and the comedian, actor and imitator Carlos Latre who, dressed as Pepe Isbert, will remember the Valencian maestro.
The gala will start at 10 p.m. (broadcast on TVE-1) with the Goya for best costume design and will conclude at the stroke of one in the morning, 28 statuettes later, with the award for best film. ‘Adu’, With 13 nominations, it is the film with the most options, followed by ‘The girls’,winner in the Feroz, and ‘Akelarre’, that aspire to 9 Goyas each, one more than Rosa’s Wedding. The five productions competing for the best film award are ‘Adú’, by Salvador Calvo; ‘Ane’, by David Pérez Sañudo, with 5 nominations; ‘Rosa’s Wedding’, by Icíar Bollaín; ‘The Girls’, by Pilar Palomero; and ‘Sentimental’, by Cesc Gay, with 5 prize possibilities.