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Premio Ariel (Ariel Awards) 2012: Winners: DIAS DE GRACIA, PASTORELA


Días de gracia, Pastorela and the other winners of the 2012 Premio Ariel (Ariel Awards) have been announced. The 54th Annual Premio Ariel (Ariel Awards) are presented by the Mexican Academy of Cinematographic Arts and Sciences. “The Ariel is the Mexican Academy of Film Award. It has been awarded annually since 1947. The award recognizes excellence in motion picture making, such as acting, directing and screenwriting in Mexican cinema. It is considered the most prestigious award in the Mexican movie industry.”

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The full listing of the 2012 Premio Ariel (Ariel Awards) winners is below:

Best Picture

Best Director
Emilio Portes, Pastorela

Best Actress
Magda Vizcaíno, Martha

Best Actor
Tenoch Huerta, Días de gracia (Days of Grace)

Best Supporting Actress
Eileen Yáñez, Días de gracia (Days of Grace)

Best Supporting Actor
Carlos Cobos, Pastorela

Best Original Screenplay
Emilio Portes, Pastorela

Best Cinematography
Luis David Sansanz, Días de gracia (Days of Grace)

Best Editing
Hervé Schneid, José Salcedo and Everardo Gout, Días de gracia (Days of Grace)

Best Original Music
Atticuss Ross, Sigeru Umebayashi, Nick Cave and Warren Ellis, Días de gracia (Days of Grace)

Best Sound
Vincent Arnardi, Julién Pérez, Enrique Greiner, Frédérique Le Louet and Fernando Cámara, Días de gracia (Days of Grace)

Best Art Direction
Bernardo Trujillo, Días de gracia (Days of Grace)

Best Costume Design
Gabriela Fernández, Pastorela

Best Make-Up
Roberto Ortiz, Pastorela

Best Special Effects
Alex Vázquez, Salvando al soldado Pérez (Saving Private Perez)

Best Visual Effects
Gretel Studio, Pastorela

Best First Film
Días de gracia (Days of Grace), Everardo Gout

Best Documentary
El lugar más pequeño (The Tiniest Place), Tatiana Huezo

Best Short Fiction Film
Mari pepa, Samuel Isamu Kishi Lespo

Best Documentary Short
Yuban, Ya’asib Vázquez Colmenares

Best Animated Short
Prita noire (Black Doll), Sofía Carrillo

Best Ibero-American Film
Pa Negre (Black Bread), Agustí Villaronga (Spain)

Golden Ariel
René Ruiz Cerón
Alfredo Joskowicz

Source: Chinokino


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