Santiago Miter’s political thriller Argentina, 1985, and the Colombian sequence Information of a Kidnapping, created by Andrés Wooden and Rodrigo García, swept the highest awards on the tenth Platino Awards Saturday night.
Miter’s movie took house six gongs, together with Greatest Ibero-American Fiction movie, Greatest Screenplay for co-writers Mitre and Mariano Llinas, Greatest Actor for Ricardo Darín, and the Viewers Award.
The movie is the story of Argentinian legal professionals Julio Strassera and Luis Moreno Ocampo, who bravely prosecuted members of the nation’s former bloody army dictatorship. Underneath the regime, from 1976 to 1983, an estimated 30,000 individuals disappeared. The pic debuted in Competitors at Venice, the place it picked up the Fipresci prize, and was Argentina’s entry for the worldwide Oscar race.
Information of a Kidnapping (Noticia de un kidnapping) dominated the TV part taking 4 awards, together with Greatest Miniseries or Collection, Greatest Collection Creator, and Greatest Actress in a Collection or mini-series for Cristina Umaña.
The 2 Amazon unique tasks additionally led the nominations for this yr’s ceremony, which marked the tenth version of the awards present.
Elsewhere, the Penélope Cruz and Antonio Banderas starrer Official Competitors took the award for Greatest Ibero-American Comedy, and actor Benicio del Toro was handed this yr’s honorary Platino award. Throughout his acceptance speech, del Toro spoke at size about his expertise as a Latino actor in Hollywood and the way he has managed to problem stereotypes and keep away from being typecast.
“In Hollywood, a lot of the tales will not be designed for minorities. I’ve Latino buddies who requested me if it didn’t trouble me to be typecast as Latino as a result of there are often not good roles for Latinos,” he stated.
“However, after finding out appearing, I had the chance to work with administrators, writers, and producers who listened to my cry for giving a dimension to the character, oh, by some means I satisfied them”.
Full listing of 2023 Platinos winners
Greatest Ibero-American Fiction Movie: Argentina, 1985
Greatest Ibero-American fictional comedy: Official Competitors
Greatest Director: Rodrigo Sorogoyen
Greatest Screenplay: Mariano Llinás and Santiago Mitre,
Greatest unique music: Utama
Greatest Male Efficiency: Ricardo Darín
Greatest Feminine Efficiency: Laia Costa
Greatest Supporting Male Efficiency: Luis Zahera
Greatest Supporting Feminine Efficiency: Susi Sánchez
Greatest Animated Movie: Eagle and Jaguar: Legendary Warriors
Greatest documentary movie: The Padilla case
Greatest Ibero-American first characteristic movie: 1976
Greatest enhancing path: Alberto del Campo
Greatest Artwork Course: Micaela Saiegh
Greatest Director of Pictures: Bárbara Álvarez
Greatest sound path: Aitor Berenguer, Fabiola Ordoyo and Yasmina Praderas
Greatest Ibero-American movie miniseries or tv sequence: Information of a Kidnapping
Greatest Male Efficiency: Guillermo Francella
Greatest feminine efficiency: Cristina Umaña
Greatest supporting male efficiency: Alejandro Awada
Greatest Supporting Feminine Efficiency: Majida Issa
Greatest creator of a movie miniseries or tv sequence: Andrés Wooden and Rodrigo García