MADRID (AFP) - Javier Fesser's "Camino," a film that deals with Catholic group Opus Dei's influence on a terminally ill girl, dominated Spanish cinema's Goya awards late Sunday in Madrid. "Camino" won a prize in six of the seven categories in which it was competing, including best film, best director and best actress. The movie portrays the last months in the life of Camino, an 11-year-old girl educated very strictly in line with the dogmas of Opus Dei, the powerful conservative Catholic organisation. Carme Elias won best actress award in the role of her mother, who follows the hardline dogma fervently. Puerto Rican Benicio del Toro won the best actor award for his interpretation of revolutionary Ernesto Guevara in Steven Soderbergh's "Che, el argentino" (Che the Argentine).