Bardem's 'The Good Boss,' is a big winner at Spain’s Goyas.

Fernando Leon de Aranoa’s "The Good Boss” was the big winner at Spain's most prestigious film award.

Bardem's 'The Good Boss,' is a big winner at Spain’s Goyas.

It won six prizes, including best picture and best actor for Javier Bardem.

The Oscar-nominated international feature film category shortlist, Leon de Aranoa's workplace comedy about an owner who is determined to win a business prize, won him the best director award and original screenplay award, as well as the prizes for editing, best score, and best direction at Saturday's gala.

"The Good Boss", entered the evening with a record number of nominations for the Spanish Academy Goya awards.

Blanca Portillo won Penelope Cruz's award for best actress in "Maixabel", the true story about the widow of a politician, who was assassinated at the hands of the Basque separatist group ETA.

After being nominated as best actress at the Academy Awards, Cruz will get another chance to play Pedro Almodovar's role in "Parallel Mothers". Bardem, her husband will also be up for an Oscar for his role in "Being the Ricardos".

After last year's pandemic, the gala Goyas of Valencia lasted for three hours and was broadcast virtually without the need to be broadcast, Valencia hosted the Goyas gala.

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