The rock-and-roll theme for Spanish favorite “Campeones” and Javier Limon’s ballad for “Everybody Knows” are among competing songs for Spain’s Feb. 2 film awards
The Best Original Song nominees for the Goya Awards, the film awards often called "Spain’s Oscars" include the rock-and-roll theme for Goya favorite "Campeones" and a torch song from the soundtrack of Everybody Knowns, the thriller starring Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem. A track from previous Goya-winner Roque Baños’ score for Terry Gilliam’s The Man Who Killed Don Quijote and the flamenco "Me Vas a Extrañar" from Carmen y Lola a coming-of-age story about the romance between two gypsy girls.
The Goya Awards will be presented on Feb. 2 in Seville. These are the four nominees in the Best Original Song category:
“Este Es El Momento,” Coque Malla