Chile, Peru, Argentina and Mexico compete for the Ibero-American Goya Film Awards

The awards ceremony will take place next Saturday and will offer very special moments with the presentation of the prizes to the Spaniard José Sacristán for his lifetime achievement and to the Australian Cate Blanchet, the first international award in the history of the Goya Awards.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Chile, Peru, Argentina, and Mexico will compete for the best Ibero-American film this Saturday for the Goya Awards.

This is the 36th edition of the event that has Spain in euphoria today. The enthusiasm for cinema in the Iberian nation has two main reasons: the four nominations for the Oscars and the presence of numerous stars at the evening event at the Palau de Les Arts in Valencia, the magnificent port city developing an intense week of love for the seventh art.

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