Currently, the Latin American film industry has great icons, including Guillermo del Toro.
This Mexican has built his professional career around film and has dedicated most of his life to film directing.
In fact, throughout his professional work, he has directed many films and has tried multiple genres.
Some of the films are Pan’s Labyrinth, The Devil’s Backbone and The Shape of Water. The latter earned him his first Academy Award, specifically in the ninetieth edition that took place in 2018.
Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio
Guillermo del Toro is one of the most respected and influential filmmakers of all time, in his home country and in the rest of the world.
Another one of his great passions is animation. This is why it is no surprise that he agreed to direct Pinocchio in its stop-motion version.
This animated film recently debuted in the cinema and in Netflix’s screens and has received incredible reviews.
Many people believe that it will be nominated for several Academy Awards and that Guillermo del Toro could be acknowledged as “Best Director”.
Alfonso Cuarón: Another Exemplary Filmmaker
Alfonso Cuarón is also a Mexican film director that has reaped many great successes throughout his professional career.
He has directed many incredible films, including Gravity and Roma. In fact, for both films he raised two Oscars as “Best Director”.
Alfonso Cuarón has reached important milestones in the big screen, and everything points to the fact that he will continue to shine as a filmmaker in the near future.
Olmo Cuarón’s Animations
Olmo Cuarón could be following closely behind his father’s footsteps, Alfonso Cuarón, and of the very same Guillermo del Toro.
Occasionally he shares them in his social media accounts and in his YouTube channel, and most of the comments he receives are positive.
Some believe that Olmo Cuarón’s animations could make him a star, like it happened with Guillermo del Toro and his father, Alfonso Cuarón.