Goya Awards Announces Latin American Nominees

The Spanish Academy of Motion Pictures and Arts announced this morning the nominations for the 30th edition of the Goya Awards, Spain's national film awards, which includes nominees from Argentina, Chile, Cuba and Peru.

Competing for Best Ibero-American film are the films The Clan / El clan by Pablo Trapero, La once / Tea Time by Maite Alberdi from Chile (pictured left), Magallanes by Salvador del Solar from Peru (pictured below), and Vestido de novia / His Wedding Dress by from Cuba.

Other Latin American nominees include the Spanish-Argentinean co-production film Truman by Cesc Gay, which was nominated in six categories for Best Film, Best Actor -for the Argentinean protagonist Ricardo Darín-, Best Director, Best Original Screenplay, Best Supporting Actor, and Best Editing.

The Cuban actress Yordanka Ariosa also garnered a nomination for Breakthrough Performance for her role in the film The King of Havana / El rey de La Habana.

The winners of the 30th annual Goya Awards will be announced on February 6, 2016 in Madrid.