These are national talents that have won Oscars
Mexico City-The 93rd Oscars ceremony will be held today. The hallmarks of this grand event are health measures against Covid-19 and the opportunity for Mexico to expand its variety of figurines. Compared with the previous version, the influence of Latino is greater, and by 2021, only three Mexicans are eager to win the award. They are Michelle Couttolenc, Jaime Baskt and Carlos Cortés. They were nominated for their work in “The Voice of Metal” and will fight for recognition in the “Best Sound” category.
Emile Kuri was the first Mexican to win an Oscar, thanks to his artistic direction in the film “Heiress” directed by William Wyler. Born in Morelos, Cuernavaca expanded his legend by winning a new award in 1954, when he was awarded the best production design for the film “Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea”. Two figurines.
Mexico won the second Oscar, thanks to Anthony Quinn, who won the Best Supporting Actor Award in 1953 for his participation in the movie “Viva Zapata”. Three years later, in 1956, the Mexicans won the second statuette of the same category for their performance in “Desire for Life”.
It took Mexico 16 years to win the fifth Oscar. In 1972, Manuel Arango was awarded for his work in the documentary “Centinelas del silencio” directed by Mexican film producer Robert Amram. The film was narrated in Spanish by Ricardo Montalbán and Orson Welles in English, and won the Best Documentary Short Film and Best Short Film Awards.
Beatrice de Alba
For more than 30 years, no awards have been given to Mexico at the awards ceremony. The end of the drought is due to the makeup artist Beatrice de Alba, who won the best makeup in the movie Frida starring Salma Hayek of Veracruz Statue award.
Guillermo Navarro and Eugenio Caballero
In 2007, the film “El Laberinto del Pan” directed by Guillermo del Toro made Guillermo Navarro Navarro) and Eugenio Caballero (Eugenio Caballero) won the Best Photography Award and the Best Art Direction Award respectively.
In 2014, because Lupita Nyong’o won the Best Supporting Actress Award for her outstanding performance in “12 Years of Slavery”, Mexico once again won the award ceremony. The actress was born in Mexico City in 1983 to Kenyan parents, who gained fame for her acclaimed participation.
Emmanuel Lubezki, commonly known as “El Chivo Lubezki”, is the second Mexican to win the most Oscars. His first statuette was conquered in 2013, thanks to his photography in the film “Gravity” directed by Mexican Alfonso Cuarón (Alfonso Cuarón). The 56-year-old photographer expanded his showroom with “Birdman” in 2014 and 2015.
2014 was a great year for Mexican cinema. The movie “Gravity” won the Best Picture Award and Cuarón won the Best Director Award. Five years later, the Mexican filmmaker once again won the second best director award for “Rome”, which also made him a success. The film also won the best foreign language film and best photography awards.
Alejandro Gonzalez Inarito
He became famous because of Amores perros, and he is the Mexican with the most Oscars. The 57-year-old filmmaker achieved brilliant results in 2015, thanks to “Birdman” (Birdman), the film won the best director, best film and best original screenplay awards. A year later, he again won the Best Director Award for “The Revenant” (Best Picture), which gave Leonardo DiCaprio the first statuette.
Guillermo del Toro
The trio of Mexican directors that have won in recent years was completed by Guillermo del Toro, who won the best film statuette and the best director of the film “The Shape of Water”.