Granted by the Andalusian Association of Cinematographic Writers, to the most outstanding audiovisual productions in Andalusia of the year. Since 1983.
Granted by the Cinematographic Writers Circle to the best cinematographic productions of the year. Ceremony held in mid January. Since 1945 (suspended between 1985 and 1989).
Granted by EGEDA (Management Entity of Audiovisual Rights) to the best Spanish production premiered the previous year. Since 2003, the EGEDA Gold Medal has been included (to reward the track record of a Spanish film producer) and the EGEDA Special Prize to the best documentary and/or animation feature film. Since 2010, Prizes are awarded to the best male actor and female actress. And, since 2014, the best Latin American feature film is rewarded. Since 1996.
Granted by the Spanish Academy of Arts and Cinematographic Science, rewarding the valuable effort made by the media and their professionals to disseminate Spanish films. Since 2010.
Granted by: the Spanish Academy of Arts and Cinematographic Sciences, recognising those who have used their professional track record to help improve Spanish films in industrial or artistic matters. Since 1991.
Granted by the Spanish Association of Cinematographic Informers, rewarding merit and quality in Spanish cinematographic products. January Gala. Since 2013.
Granted by “Fotogramas” Magazine. All prizes granted to foreign and national films depend on specialised critics and those granted to actors are chosen by the public. Since 1950.
Granted by the Catalonian Film Academy, to the best Catalonian cinematographic productions of the year. Ceremony held in early February. Since 2009 (replacing “Premio Barcelona de Cine”, created in 2002).
Granted by the Spanish Academy of Arts and Cinematographic Science, to institutions or persons using cinematographic media to achieve social objectives. Since 1999.
Granted by Academia Galega do Audiovisual to the best audiovisual productions made in Galicia over the year. Since 2002 (replacing Agapi Prizes, between 1996 and 2001).
Granted by the Spanish Academy of Arts and Cinematographic Science, to the best historic research on the Spanish film industry. Since 1998 (interrupted between 2003 and 2007).
Granted by the Academy of Arts and Cinematographic Science, rewarding the valuable task of the media and their professionals to disseminate Spanish films. Since 2010.
Otorgado por Somriu Producciones, productora encargada de asignar el jurado que valora las obras que optan a los galardones. El objetivo de estos premios es reconocer el trabajo y esfuerzo de los profesionales del sector audiovisual de las Islas Baleares y también hacerlo a nivel nacional.
Granted by the Region of Valencia and the Valencia weekly “Cartelera Turia”, acknowledging cinematographic, television and other notable works. Ceremony held mid-year and late November. Since 1996.
Granted by the Actors Union to the best role played in Theatre, Film and Television. Since 1991.
Granted by the International Film Festival of San Sebastián, Department of Culture of the Basque Government, to the career of an outstanding personality in the Basque film industry. Since 2010.