Movie's Directors :.
Alejandro González Iñárritu
By the age of twenty-three, Alejandro González Iñárritu
was a highly successful director, producer and D.J. for WFM, the most popular
rock music radio station in Mexico. Subsequently, he produced the score for six
Mexican full-length feature films. In 1990 he was appointed creative director
of TELEVISA. In 1991 he founded the production company, ZETA FILM. Four years
later, he directed his first television film, DETRÁS DEL DINERO, starring
Miguel Bose. In 1999 he directed and produced his first full-length feature film:
AMORES PERROS .
Hailed by critics and audiences as one of the most important films of the
year, AMORES PERROS has been nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best
Foreign Film and is the Official Mexican Entry for Best Foreign Language Film
for the Academy Awards. The film won the International Critics' Week Grand
Prize, the Grand Rail D'Or (Audience Award for Best Film, Critic's Week) and
the Prix de la Jeune Critique Mercedes Benz at the Cannes Film Festival 2000.
González Iñárritu has received an impressive list of prizes
and awards for his directorial debut, including the Critic's Award for Best
First Film at the Festival de Cine Iberoamericano, Best Director at the Tokyo
Film Festival, the Grand Prix Award for Best Director at the International
Film Festival of Flanders, the Guardian New Director's Award at the Edinburgh
Film Festival, the Cmrculo Precolombino de Oro for Best Director at the International
Film Festival of Bogota, and a Special Mention for Cinematographic Language
at the Sao Paulo International Film Festival.