The next February 11 The 37th edition of the Goya Awards 2023 will be held in Seville. A year in which the level of Spanish cinema has been superlative and that little or nothing has to envy to the Oscars of this 2023. Tapes like alcarràs, as beasts either five little wolves They could have been the clear favorites of other years, but at this gala, any decision would be well received due to the abundant talent with which the Spanish film industry has puffed out its chest this year. From the new directions of Carlota Pereda and Juan Diego Botto with little pig and on the margins until the consecration of figures such as Rodrigo Sorogoyen and Carla Simón. Also of course, the interpretations are a plus of brilliance in this edition and in the same way, find out who is the big favorite It is an arduous and complicated task:
Marina Foïs (‘As bestas’)
The direction of actors Rodrigo Sorogoyen It is well known for having a level of realism well above the average for Spanish cinema in general. Proof of them is the series Riot gear or his previous tape, The kingdom. French actress Marina Foïs part with a shiny paper on as beasts. A magnificent exercise in containment and tension. It would be necessary to invent the category of best cast in these Goya 2023 and reward the entire set of performers who appear in this brutal and violent rural drama.
Laia Costa (‘Five Wolves’)
Along with his co-star Susi Sánchez, Laia Costa signs one of the best performances of his career in five little wolves. As a new mother, the naturalness and change of emotions experienced by Amaia’s characterperfectly represents that reflection of all those first women who have felt lost in their first motherhood.
Anna Castillo (‘Wild Sunflowers’)
From his television appearances and his interpretation in The olive, Anna Castillo already has us more than accustomed to big jobs. For the film by Icíar Bollaín, she already won the Goya for Best New Actress and now, her character in Wild Sunflowers is the fourth nomination for “los cabezones” in his career.
Barbara Lennie (‘The Crooked Lines of God’)
Adapting the main character of Torcuato Luca de Tena’s novel is not an easy task. However, Lennie has spent many years proving to be one of the greatest performers women that Spanish cinema has given. This is the fifth nomination for her filmography. In 2015 she took the prize thanks to magical girl.
Vicky Luengo (‘Suro’)
Maybe is the least likely to win the prize, among other things because it is his first award nomination and the competition for these Goya 2023 is voracious. However, this thriller about rural life surely mark the professional future of Luengo which, in the future, could trigger further consideration.