Friendship drama Truman was the toast of the 2016 Goya Awards in Spain after winning six of the top prizes at Saturday's (06Feb16) ceremony.
Director Cesc Gay was honoured with the prestigious Best Picture prize, as well as Best Director, and Best Original Screenplay (Gay and Tomàs Aragay).
The film's stars, Ricardo Darín and Javier Cámara, also took home Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor accolades, respectively.
Director Isabel Coixet's Nobody Wants the Night followed with four wins in the technical categories, for wardrobe, hair and makeup, production design and original score.
Other trophies were handed to Natalia de Molina (Best Actress - Techo y comida), Luisa Gavasa (Best Supporting Actress - The Bride), and A Perfect Day (Best Adapted Screenplay - Fernando León de Aranoa).
The 30th Goya Awards, Spain's version of the Academy Awards, took place in Madrid, with comedian Dani Rovira returning as host for a second consecutive year.
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