Roberto Fernández, professor of Sound Engineering on the Degree in Audiovisual Communications at University Camilo José Cela, has won the award to Best Sound for his work in the film El Reino, along with Alfonso Raposo.
The film was the most awarded production at the 33rd Goyas gala with seven awards: Best Director, Best Editing, Best Original Screenplay, Best Supporting Actor, Best Leading Actor and Best Original Music, in addition to the aforementioned Best Sound.
In his acceptance speech he appealed to attaining work/life balance “as a challenge for society”. “If the future is our children and we want a better future, we have to change to make it possible,” Fernandez assured.
Fernández competed for the award alongside Arman Ciudad, Charly Schmukler and Alfonso Raposo, with Campeones; Daniel de Zayas, Eduardo Castro and Mario González with Quién te cantará; and Eva Valiño, Pelayo Gutiérrez and Alberto Ovejero with Yuli.