The film “The Snow Society”, directed by Juan Antonio Bayona, swept the 38th edition of the Goya Awards 2024, consolidating itself as one of the great winners in history by obtaining a total of 12 awards, including the prestigious recognitions for Best Film and Best Director.

The ceremony, held at the Valladolid Trade Fair on February 10, was marked by the extraordinary performance of this film that tells the shocking story of the plane crash in the Andes in 1972, where 16 people fought to survive in extreme conditions. In addition to top honors, “The Snow Society” received praise for its message of solidarity and shared dignity, which resonates especially in times of uncertainty.

But “The Snow Society” was not the only film that shone at the gala. “20,000 species of bees”, directed by Estibaliz Urresola, also stood out by winning three Goya awards, addressing relevant social and political issues, such as gender identity and the fight against violence. In addition to the cinematographic aspects, the ceremony did not overlook the outstanding contributions of influential figures of Spanish cinema, such as Juan Mariné and Carme Elías, who were honored during the event.

Thanks to the trust of Gestmusic Endemol, producer of the gala, Fluge Audiovisuales was in charge of supplying the video material. Below, we break down the featured equipment:


Central LED Screen with two sheets of 11×4.5 meters (2 screens of 5. x 4.5 meters) and 2.9 mm pitch

2 curved LED side screens of 7.5 x 5 meters and 2.9 mm pitch

LED rear screen of 13.5 x 4 meters and 2.6 mm pitch

2 x VX4 Disguise Media Server (Control LED screens)

EX3 Disguise Media Server (LED strip control)

2 LED Screens of 5 x 3 meters and 3.91 mm pitch (Public screens)