Javier Bardem, whose wife Penélope Cruz recently confirmed they will be parents for a second time, was all smiles Sunday night at the Goya Awards ceremony — Spain's main national film awards, considered to be the Spanish equivalent of the Oscars.
He took home a statue for a documentary he narrated, “Sons of the Clouds,” which looks at how colonization of the Western Sahara has left nearly nearly 200,000 people living in refugee camps.
Bardem was joined on the stage by director Alvaro Longoria and producer Lilly Hartley, according to entertainment site JustJared.com, and he used his acceptance speech to speak out about human rights in Sahara. His mother, Pilar, was also in attendance.
Actress Maribel Verdú beat Naomi Watts, Penélope Cruz and Aida Folch for her role as the cruel stepmother in “Blancanieves.” Fellow Latino Paco Delgado, who is nominated for an Academy Award in the wardrobe category for “Les Miserables,” received a Goya award for his masterpiece costumes for Verdú’s character in “Blancanieves.”
The movie also took home awards for best original score and best original song.
Below is a complete list of the winners:
Juan Antonio Bayona for "The Impossible"
Jose Sacristan for "The Dead Man and Being Happy"
Maribel Verdu for "Blancanieves"
Pablo Berger for "Blancanieves"
Javier Barreira, Gorka Magallon, Ignacio del Moral, Jordi Gasull and Neil Landau for "Tad, The Lost Explorer"
Julian Villagran for "Grupo 7"
Candela Pena for "Una Pistola en Cada Mano"
Sandra Hermida Muniz for "The Impossible"
Alain Bainee For "Blancanieves"
Kiko de la Rica for "Blancanieves"
Pau Costa and Felix Berges for "The Impossible"
Paco Delgado for "Blancanieves"
Bernat Vilaplano and Elena Ruiz for "The Impossible"
Peter Glossop, Marc Orts, Oriol Tarrago for "The Impossible"
Alfonso Villalonga for "Blancanieves"
"No Te Puedo Encontrar" from "Blancanieves"
Joaquin Nunez for "Grupo 7"
Makeup and Hair
Sylvie Imbert and Fermin Galan for "Blancanieves"
Macarena Garcia for "Blancanieves"
Enrique Gato for "Tad, The Lost Explorer"
Animated Feature Film
"The Adventures of Tadeo Jones"
"Sons of the Clouds, The Last Colony"
"Juan de los Muertos" (Cuba)
Jaime Maestro for "El Vendedor de Humo"
Esteban Crespo Garcia for "Aquel No Era Yo"
Sergio Oksman for "A Story for the Modlins"