Latest Goya awards Stories

2011-03-10 16:44:00

LOS ANGELES, March 10, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- On March 16th, Goya Foods, the leading Hispanic-owned company in the United States, in conjunction with United Way, will donate one million pounds of food across the country.

2010-10-25 13:10:00

MIAMI, Oct. 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Republica, one of the nation's fastest growing advertising, branding, digital media, communications and promotions companies, today announced its selection by Goya Foods of Florida to handle communications efforts.

2009-12-30 08:30:00

SECAUCUS, N.J., Dec. 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Goya Foods marked the Christmas season by participating with numerous charitable endeavors throughout the Tri-State area.

2009-02-02 09:37:23

Camino won the prizes for best film, director, actress and supporting actor at the Goya Awards ceremony in Spain during the weekend. The movie about the Opus Dei religious order earned Javier Fesser the best director honor, Carme Elias the best actress Goya and Jordi Dauder the best supporting actor trophy.

2008-10-13 09:00:30

By FIONA LEITH GHOST Today, Five, 9pm Back when Hollywood made romcoms that passed the test of time Demi Moore, Patrick Swayze and Whoopi Goldberg, above, stepped forward to create a classic.

2006-05-22 04:42:46

CANNES (Hollywood Reporter) - Penelope Cruz and Pedro Almodovar love each other. That was evident from the love-fest they held at the recent press conference for their new film "Volver." Cruz deflected questions about her love life to gush about her devotion to Almodovar.

2006-01-30 09:25:00

MADRID (Reuters) - A film shot in English, "The Secret Life of Words," won top honors at Spain's equivalent of the Oscars on Monday.

2006-01-29 22:28:11

MADRID (Reuters) - A film shot in English, "The Secret Life of Words," won top honors at Spain's equivalent of the Oscars on Monday.

2005-08-24 06:22:36

MADRID (Reuters) - Acclaimed Czech director Milos Forman is to direct a film about Spanish grand master Francisco de Goya starring Javier Bardem and Natalie Portman, focusing on one of Spain's most bloody chapters, the Inquisition.

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