Cate Blanchett receives Spanish Film Academy's first International Goya Award

Cate Blanchett. (Image credit: Twitter)

Cate Blanchett. (Image credit: Twitter)

Actor Cate Blanchett And will be honored Spanish Film Academy (SFA) for the first time International Goya Award. According to Variety, the Spanish Film Academy, currently headed by Mariano Barroso, created the award “to honor artists who have contributed to cinema as a medium that brings together different cultures and peoples.” According to the announcement, Blanchett has made an impact on the screen and off-screen worldwide. She has done it as an award-winning actor, art director, producer and philanthropist. They will receive the award at a ceremony on February 12 in Valencia, Spain.

In a career spanning more than three decades, the actor has won two Oscars and three Bafta. She has won three Screen Actors Guild Awards. They recently appeared in Guillermo del Toro’s Nightmare Alley and Don’t Look Up. Carol, Blue Jasmine, The Aviator and Elizabeth are some of her most memorable works.

The actress is part of various Hollywood collaborations with filmmakers such as Ridley Scott, Adam McKay, Wes Anderson and Anthony Mingella.

The announcement tweeted: Cate Blanchett will receive her first international goal on February 12 in Valencia. Academiadecine creates this recognition for “personalities who contribute to cinema as an art that unites cultures and audiences around the world”.

The tweet added that Cate Blanchett will receive her first International Goya Award for “extraordinary personality in world cinema” and “the actress who portrayed memorable characters who are part of our memory and present”.

Blanchett is the actor and executive producer of a number of his recent films. She finished Todd Field’s tar, and there she did both. Next up is Pedro Almodovar’s upcoming “A Manual for Cleaning Woman.”


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