Four Latin American films, from Argentina, Cuba, Mexico, and Paraguay were nominated for Spain's Goya Awards in the Best Hispanic-American Film category. The Spanish Academy of Cinematographic Arts and Sciences announced today the nominees for the 27th edition of the Goya Awards, celebrating the best of Spanish cinema.
The four nominees in the Hispanic-American Film category are Infancia clandestina / Clandestine Childhood by Benjamín Ávila (Argentina); Juan de los Muertos / Juan of the Dead by (Cuba); Después de Lucía / After Lucía by Michel Franco; and 7 cajas / 7 Boxes by Juan Carlos Maneglia and Tana Schémbori. Additionally, Mexican actor Daniel Giménez Cacho also got a nomination for Best Actor for his work with director Marcos Berger in his film Blancanieves, which was nominated for 18 awards; and Eugenio Caballero, also from Mexico, was nominated for Best Art Direction for his work on the film The Impossible by J.A. Bayona.
The winners will be announced at a special ceremony in Madrid on February 17.