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Oscars 2019: Alfonso Cuarón Wins Best Director


February 24, 2019 

El director Mexicano Alfonso Cuarón has won the Oscar for Best Director for his Netflix-backed Spanish-language film “Roma.” Cuarón was considered the frontrunner for the Oscar after winning Best Director prizes at the Golden Globes, Critics’ Choice Awards, and BAFTAs. The film also received nominations for Best Picture, Best Actress for Yalitza Aparicio, Best Supporting….

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2019 Golden Globe Awards: Alfonso Cuaron Wins Best Director for ‘Roma’


January 06, 2019 

El director Mexicano, Alfonso Cuarón won Best Director at Sunday’s Golden Globes ceremony for Roma. This puts his black-and-white film as front-runner going into the Oscars. During his acceptance speech, Cuarón thanked the real-life people who inspired Roma, including his childhood nanny Libo Rodriguez. “In reality, this film was directed Libo, by my mother, and my family and….

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2018 Oscars: Guillermo del Toro Wins Best Director Award For The Shape of Water


March 04, 2018 

El director Mexicano Guillermo del Toro has won the Best Director at the 90th Academy Awards for The Shape of water. This was Del Toro’s first nomination as director and one of 13 for The Shape of Water, the most of any film this year. With this win, he becomes the third Mexican filmmaker in….

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Alejandro González Iñárritu Wins Best Director Again


February 28, 2016 

El director Mexicano, Alejandro González Iñárritu wins best director for second year in a row! Iñárritu was the favourite for the award, despite strong competition from the likes of Tom McCarthy for Spotlight and Adam McKay for The Big Short. The Revenant is based on a novel by Michael Punke in which Leonardo DiCaprio starts….

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Alejandro González Iñárritu Wins Oscar For Best Director


February 22, 2015 

El Mexicano Alejandro Gonzalez Iñarritu has won the Best Director Oscar for “Birdman! This groundbreaking comedy-drama explores inner voices and the desperation of acting. Alejandro beat out Wes Anderson for “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” Richard Linklater for “Boyhood,” Bennett Miller for “Foxcatcher” and Morten Tydlum for “The Imitation Game.” This is a great win for….

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