Javier Bardem starrer ‘The Good Boss’, written and directed by Fernando Leon de Aranoa, has become the biggest winner of The Goyas – Spain’s top film awards. The film won six awards, Deadline reports.
The film was awarded Best Picture, Best Director and Best Screenplay for Aranoa, Best Actor for Javier Bardem, Best Original Score for Zeltia Montes and Best Editing which went to Vanessa L. Marimbert. Previously, it earned 20 nominations at the awards ceremony, a record in itself.
According to Deadline, the mother star Javier Bardem continued his streak at the awards, taking home his sixth Goya in total, while filmmaker Aranoa is now down to seven in his career.
In ‘The Good Boss’, produced by The MediaPro Studio and MK2 Films, Javier Bardem stars as a factory owner who makes plans to solve all the problems in his business and his personal life, including his infidelity. Cohen Media Group will handle the US release.
Other winners of the Goyas in 2022 were Blance Portillo who took home Best Actress for her work in ‘Maixabel’, the film also took the Supporting Actor award for Urko Olazabal and New Actress for Maria Cerezuela.
‘Another Round’ walked away with the title of Best European Picture, while the new director went to Clara Roquet of ‘Libertad’.
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