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Nominees Announced For The 6th Annual Premios Platino Awards 2019

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Nominees for the 6th Annual Premios PLATINO Awards for Ibero-American Cinema announced.

  • Ana Brun, Marina de Tavira, Penélope Cruz, and Yalitza Aparicio, nominated for the PLATINO Award for Best Actress.

  • Antonio de la Torre, Javier Bardem, Javier Gutiérrez and Lorenzo Ferro, nominated for the PLATINOAward for Best Actor.

  • Arde Madrid, El Marginal IILa Casa de las Floresand Narcos: México nominated for the PLATINO Award for Best Ibero-American Miniseries or TV Series.

  • Diego Boneta, Diego Luna, Javier Rey, and Nicolás Furtado, nominated for the PLATINO Award for Best Actor in a Miniseries or TV Series.

  • Anna Castillo, Cecilia Suárez, Inma Cuestaand Najwa Nimri, nominated for the PLATINO Award for Best Actress in a Miniseries or TV Series.

Los Angeles, CA Campeones, La Noche de 12 años, Pájaros de Verano and Roma have been nominated for Best Ibero-American Feature Film for the 6th Edition of the PLATINO Awards. Juan Carlos Arciniegas hosted the nomination announcement event, accompanied by actors Angie Cepeda, Jaime Camil, Joaquín Cosio, Karla Souza, and Luis Gerardo Méndez, who revealed the nominees in the 17 categories of the most important awards in Ibero-American cinema at the Hotel Roosevelt in Los Angeles and live-streamed on Facebook Live.

From left to Right Jaime Camil, Luis Gerardo Mendez, Juan Carlos Arciniegas, Karla Souza, Angie Cepeda and Joaquin Cosio

The Mexican film Roma recently awarded the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film, has the most nominations, with a total of nine; just trailing that is LaNoche de 12 años, an Uruguayan film with Spanish participation and the Colombian Pájaros de Verano with six nominations each. Campeones, from Spain, picked up a total of five nominations, and finally worth noting is the Paraguayan debut Las Herederaswith a total of five nominations.

The winners from each category will be announced on May 12 at a spectacular gala which will be held at the Teatro Gran Tlachco at Xcaret, Riviera Maya (Mexico).

 

As best directing, the names of Alfonso Cuarón (Roma), Alvaro Brechner (La Noche de 12 años), Cristina Gallego and Ciro Guerra (Pájaros de Veranoand Javier Fesser (Campeonesappear, while feature-length films Carmen y Lola, La Familia, Las Herederas andViaje al cuarto de una madrewere nominated for the PLATINOAward for Best Ibero-American Debut Feature Film. 

 

Ana Brun (Las Herederas), Marina de Tavira (Roma), Penélope Cruz (Todos lo Sabenand Aliza Aparicio (Romawere nominated for the Best Actress Award. Setting their sights on the PLATINO Award for Best Actor is Antonio de la Torre (El Reino), Javier Bardem (Todos lo Saben), Javier Gutiérrez (Campeonesand Lorenzo Ferro (El Ángel).

                                                                                                            

The productions La Casa Lobo, Memorias de un hombre en pijama, Un día más con vida andVirus tropical continue their journey towards the PLATINO Award for Best Animated Film; as Camarón. Flamenco y Revolución, El silencio de otros, La Libertad del diablo and no me llamo Rubén Bladesdo for the PLATINOAward for Best Documentary Film.

The acknowledgment for Film and Education Values, a key area of the philosophy of these awards, will, in this 6th edition, be awarded to one of those nominees:  Campeones, Carmen y Lola, La Noche de 12 años andLas Herederas.

 

As for Television Arde Madrid, El Marginal II, La Casa de las FloresandNarcos: México are the four nominated candidates for the LATINO Award for Best Ibero-American Miniseries or TV Series. 

 

In terms of acting in a miniseries or TV series, Diego Boneta (Luis Miguel: La Serie), Diego Luna (Narcos: México), Javier Rey (Fariñaand Nicolás Furtado (El Marginal IIhave been selected in the male category and Anna Castillo (Arde Madrid), Cecilia Suárez (La Casa de la Flores), Inma Cuesta (Arde Madridand Najwa Nimri (Vis a Vis), in the female category.

 

Arde Madridwith a total of three nominations, is the most represented series.

For the sixth consecutive year and as an illustration of the rise of Ibero-American cinema, a new record for the number of participating productions has been set, with 925. Of these, a total of 29 have been nominated to be among the 4 candidates in each of the 17 prize categories. A prestigious international panel made up of 121 professionals from the audio-visual sector and a community of more than 1,000 filmmakers will choose the winners of the 6th edition of the Platino Awards.

VOTING OPENS FOR THE PUBLIC CHOICE AWARD AT THE 6TH EDITION OF THE PLATINO AWARDS 

 

Tomorrow, March 22, voting opens for the Public Choice Award for this year’s PLATINO Awards, sponsored by Iberia within their project #Talentoabordo, which has the aim of supporting and disseminating Spanish talent in the almost 50 countries the airline flies to. The participants who vote for their favorite film, actor and actress before April 11 will be entered into a prize draw for Iberia flights for two people and a 3-night stay at a hotel in the Riviera Maya so that they and their guest can attend the Awards Ceremony. Voting for the Public Choice Award will open at www.premiosplatino.com/premiodelpublico.

THE PLATINO AWARDS RETURN TO XCARET ONCE AGAIN, FOR THIS YEAR’S 6TH EDITION

 

Once again the ceremony will take place in an extraordinary setting that is fitting for the awards. On behalf of Grupo Xcaret, Luis Carlos Velázquez acknowledged the documentary Volando a Casa, which tells the story of the reintroduction of the scarlet macaw to the jungles of Mexico. He spoke because cinema continues to tell many stories in which the dignity of people, inclusion, and care for natural and cultural heritage shine through, and the building of a better world for everyone is promoted.

 

For the Riviera Maya, hosting the PLATINO Awards represents a great opportunity to project the area in the eyes of the world as a cutting-edge, captivating destination. The Tourism Board of Quintana Roo is proud to sponsor this important event, which marks the first time that the awards have returned to the same venue. The Riviera Maya is a destination with heavenly beaches, great cultural richness and a spectacular offering of the highest quality services to cater for international events.

 

Kevin Edmunds, Vice President of Sales at Hard Rock México stated that “for us, at Hard Rock, it is an honor to be part of such a prestigious event and to host the guests of the PLATINO Awards”.  

 

The PLATINO Awards for Ibero-American Cinema are promoted by EGEDA (Management Entity for the Rights of Audiovisual Producers), with FIPCA (Ibero-American Federation of Film and Audiovisual Producers) and with the support of the Ibero-American film academies and institutes, Latin Artis, Fundación AISGE and various sponsors.

 

 

 

COMPLETE LIST OF NOMINATIONS

Best Ibero-American Feature Film

  • Campeones, by Javier Fesser.PelículasPendeltón, S.A., Morena Films, S.L., Telefónica Audiovisual, S.L., Rey de Babia A.I.E., Corporación de Radio Televisión Española, S.A.U. (España). 
  • La Noche de 12 años, by Alvaro Brechner. Tornasol, Alcaravan Films, A.I.E, Haddock Films, Aleph Media, Manny Films, Salado (España, Francia, Argentina, Uruguay). 
  • Pájaros de Verano, by Cristina Gallego and Ciro Guerra. Ciudad Lunar Producciones, Blond Indian Films (Colombia, México, Dinamarca, Francia). 
  • Roma, by Alfonso Cuarón. Espectáculos Fílmicos El Coyul (México). 

Best Director

  • Alfonso Cuarón, for Roma.
  • Alvaro Brechner, for La Noche de 12 años.
  • Cristina Gallego and Ciro Guerra, for Pájaros de Verano.
  • Javier Fesser, for Campeones.

Best Screenplay

  • Alfonso Cuarón, for Roma.
  • Alvaro Brechner, for La Noche de 12 años.
  • David Marqués y Javier Fesser, for Campeones.
  • Marcelo Martinessi, for Las Herederas.

Best Original Score

  • Alberto Iglesias, for Yuli.
  • Chico Buarque y Edu Lobo, for O Grande Circo Místico
  • Federico Jusid, for La Noche de 12 años.
  • Oliver Arson, for El Reino.

Best Actor

  • Antonio de la Torre, forEl Reino.
  • Javier Bardem, for Todos lo Saben.
  • Javier Gutiérrez; forCampeones.
  • Lorenzo Ferro, for El Ángel.

Best Actress

  • Ana Brun, for Las Herederas.
  • Marina de Tavira, for Roma.
  • Penélope Cruz, for Todos lo Saben
  • Yalitza Aparicio, for Roma.

Best Animated Film

  • La Casa Lobo, by Joaquín Caciña and Cristóbal León. Diluvio, Globo Rojo Producciones (Chile). 
  • Memorias de un hombre en pijama, by Carlos Fernández de Vigo. Dream Team Concept, S.L., Hampa Studio, S.L., Ézaro Films (España).
  • Un días más con vida, by Raúl de la Fuente and Damián Nenow.Kanaki Films, S.L., Platige Films, Walking the Dog BVBA, Wuste Films, AnimationsFabrik, Arena Comunicación Audiovisual (España, Alemania, Bélgica, Polonia).
  • Virus Tropical, by Santiago Caicedo. Timbo Studio, S.A.S. (Colombia).

Best Documentary Film

  • Camarón. Flamenco y Revolución, by Alexis Morante. Mediaevents Servicios Integrados, S.L., Lolita Producciones Cinematográficas, S.L., Canal Sur TV, S.A. (España).
  • El silencio de otros, by Robert Bahar and Almudena Carracedo. Semilla Verde Producctions, LTD, Lucernan Films, S.L. (España, EEUU).
  • La libertad del diablo, by Everardo González. Artegios S.A. DE CV, Animal de Luz Films (México). 
  • Yo no me llamo Rubén Blades, by Abner Benaim. Apertura Films, Gema Films, Ciudad Lunar Producciones (Panamá, Argentina, Colombia).

         Best Ibero-American Debut Feature Film

  • Carmen y Lola, by Arantxa Echevarría. TVTEC Servicios Audiovisuales, S.L. (España). 
  • La Familia, by Gustavo Rondón Córdova. La Pandilla Producciones, Películas Prescindibles, Factor RH Producciones (Venezuela, Chile, Noruega).
  • Las Herederas, by Marcelo Martinessi. La Babosa Cine, S.A., Pandora Film Produktion, La Fábrica Nocturna Production, Mutante Cine, S.R.L., Esquina Filmes, Norsk Filmproduksjon (Paraguay, Alemania, Uruguay, Brasil, Francia, Noruega). 
  • Viaje al Cuarto de una Madre, by Celia Rico Clavellino. Arcadia Motion Pictures, Sisfo Films, Amoros Producciones, Noodles Productions, Pecado Films (España).

Best Film Editing

  • Alberto Del Campo, for El Reino
  • Alfonso Cuarón and Adam Gough, forRoma
  • Guillermo Gatti, for El Ángel.
  • Miguel Schverdfinger, for Pájaros de Verano.

Best Art Direction

  • Angélica Perea, for Pájaros de Verano.
  • Artur Pinheiro, forO Grande Circo Místico
  • Benjamín Fernández, for El Hombre que mató a Don Quijote.
  • Eugenio Caballero, forRoma.

Best  Cinematography

  • Alfonso Cuarón, forRoma.
  • Carlos Catalán, for La Noche de 12 años.
  • David Gallego, forPájaros de Verano.
  • Luis Armando Arteaga, for Las Herederas.

Best Sound

  • Carlos E. García, for Pájaros de Verano.
  • José Luis Díaz, for El Ángel.
  • Roberto Fernández and Alfonso Raposo, forEl Reino.
  • Sergio Díaz, Skip Lievsay, Craig Henighan and José Antonio García, for Roma.

PLATINO Award for Film and Education Values

  • Campeones, by Javier Fesser.PelículasPendeltón, S.A., Morena Films, S.L., Telefónica Audiovisual, S.L., Rey de Babia A.I.E., Corporación de Radio Televisión Española, S.A.U. (España). 
  • Carmen y Lola, by Arantxa Echevarría. TVTEC Servicios Audiovisuales, S.L. (España). 
  • La Noche de 12 años, by Alvaro Brechner. Tornasol, Alcaravan Films, A.I.E., Haddock Films, Aleph Media, Manny Films, Salado (España, Francia, Argentina, Uruguay). 
  • Las Herederas, by Marcelo Martinessi. La Babosa Cine, S.A., Pandora Film Produktion, La Fábrica Nocturna Production, Mutante Cine, S.R.L., Esquina Filmes, Norsk Filmproduksjon (Paraguay, Alemania, Uruguay, Brasil, Francia, Noruega).

Best Ibero-American Miniseries or TV Series

  • Arde Madrid, by Paco León. Andy Joke, S.L., Movistar+ (España).
  • El Marginal II, by Luis Ortega, Mariano Ardanaz, Javier Pérez, Alejandro Ciancio and Israel Adrián Caetano. Underground Contenidos y Televisión Pública Argentina for Netflix (Argentina).
  • La Casa de las Flores, by Manolo Caro. Noc Noc Cinema for Netflix. (México).
  • Narcos: México, by Josef Kubota Wiadyka, Andrés Baiz, Amat Escalante y Alonso Ruizpalacios.Gaumont Televisión for Netflix (México).

Best Actor in a Miniseries or TV Series

  • Diego Boneta, forLuis Miguel: La Serie.
  • Diego Luna, forNarcos: México.
  • Javier Rey, for Fariña.
  • Nicolás Furtado, for El Marginal II.

Best Actress in a Miniseries or TV Series

  • Anna Castillo, forArde Madrid.
  • Cecilia Suárez, for La Casa de las Flores. 
  • Inma Cuesta, for Arde Madrid.
  • Najwa Nimri, for Vis a Vis.

 

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