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Goya Awards 1991

The 5th edition of the Goya Awards of the Spanish Academy of Cinematographic Arts and Sciences was held on February 16, 1991 at the Palace of Congresses of the Paseo de la Castellana in Madrid, Spain, awarding the best films of the year 1990. The ceremony was presented by Jorge Sanz y Lydia Bosch.

 

The movie with the most nominations at the Goya 1991 was ¡Ay, Carmela! with 15 nominations and The film that won the most awards was ¡Ay, Carmela!, winning 13 of the 15 nominations.

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Below is the complete list of the nominees and winners of the Goya Awards 1991

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What was the movie that won the Goya for Best Picture 1991?

The winning film of the Goya for Best Picture 1991 was ¡Ay, Carmela!

Best Picture

Who won the Goya for Best Director in 1991?

The director who won the Goya for Best Director in 1991 was Carlos Saura, for the film ¡Ay, Carmela!

Best Director

Who won the Goya for Best New Director in 1991?

The director who won the Goya for Best New Director in 1991 was Rosa Vergés, for the film Boom Boom

Best New Director

Who won the Goya for Best Leading Actor in 1991?

The actor who won the Goya for Best Leading Actor in 1991 was Andrés Pajares, for the movie ¡Ay, Carmela!

Best Leading Actor

Who won the Goya for Best Leading Actress in 1991?

The actress who won the Goya for Best Leading Actress in 1991 was Carmen Maura, for the movie ¡Ay, Carmela!

Best Leading Actress

Who won the Goya for Best Supporting Actor in 1991?

The actor who won the Goya for Best Supporting Actor in 1991 was Gabino Diego, for the movie ¡Ay, Carmela!

Best Supporting Actor

Who won the Goya for Best Supporting Actress in 1991?

The actress who won the Goya for Best Supporting Actress in 1991 was María Barranco, for the movie Las edades de Lulú

Best Supporting Actress

What was the movie that won the Goya for Best Spanish Language Foreign Film 1991?

The winning film of the Goya for Best Spanish Language Foreign Film 1991 was Caídos del cielo

Best Spanish Language Foreign Film

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