Cameo illuminates the Spanish Oscars

Cameo by Adam Hall Group lighting fixtures illuminate the 36th Goya Awards in Valencia, Spain.

On 12 February 2022, the Academy of Film Arts and Film Sciences presented the best Spanish films of the year at the 36th Goya Awards. The award ceremony, which is broadcast on television and streamed live from Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía in Valencia, brought together the who’s who of the Spanish film scene and was lit up by over 130 Cameo moving heads by Adam Hall Group.

Adisar Media from the Mediapro Group and Lighting Designer, Iñaki Irastorza were responsible for the lighting technology implementation. Around 24 Cameo OPUS X PROFILE moving heads were selected as front lights, which, with their light output of 33,000 lm and >90 CRI value, were the ideal choice of front light. Irastorza also used 48 Cameo OPUS H5 beam spot wash hybrid moving heads, supplemented by 16 Cameo EVOS W7 LED wash moving heads, while 24 Cameo OPUS X WASH moving heads provided basic lighting for the award show. Following the success of the Goya Awards, Adisar Media is reportedly planning to use Cameo at future TV and major events in the future.

The Goya Awards are considered the “Spanish Oscars” and are presented every year by the Academy of Cinematographic Arts and Sciences (AACCE). A total of 160 films in 28 categories made up the candidates for selection. With six awards, the comedy The Good Boss (orig. El buen patrón), starring Javier Bardem, was one of the big winners of the evening.