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Cuarón’s directorial Oscar a long time coming
 
Presenters Angelina Jolie and Sidney Poitier present the Oscar in the category of Best Director to Alfonso Cuarón for his work on “Gravity” during the live ABC Telecast of The Oscars from the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood Sunday, Mar. 2. (Photo credit: Michael Yada/A.M.P.A.S.)
 

By Joshua Pilkington
attractions@lavozcolorado.com
 
03/04/2014

Alfonso Cuarón was a man of concise words during his Best Director acceptance speech Sunday night at the 86th Academy Awards.

Known for his relentlessly long takes, elaborate sets and stories of women overcoming adversity, Cuarón, a native of Mexico, found a way to compile all three elements in creating “Gravity.” By taking home the Academy Award for Best Director, Cuarón became the first Latin American to win the Academy Award in the Best Director category.

“Gravity” also afforded him director awards from the Golden Globes, the BAFTA and the Directors Guild Awards; a long time coming for a director who spent four years working on the film.

“I want to thank “Gravity” because for many of us involved in this film, it was definitely a transformative experience,” he said during his acceptance speech. “It’s good, because it took so long that if it was not, it would have been a waste of time.”

The award has also garnered even more attention for the highly anticipated series “Believe”, set to air on NBC March 10. Teaming with JJ Abrams (“Lost,” “Star Trek”), the physiological thriller has been dubbed as the drama of the year.

Making similar waves is Lupita Nyong’o who took home the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress Sunday. Born in Mexico City to Kenyan parents, Nyong’o made her feature film debut in Best Picture “12 Years a Slave” as Patsey. That role also earned her 32 different award nominations and 24 awards.

Nyong’o is fluent in her native Luo, English, Swahili and Spanish. She can also been seen as Gwen Lloyd, her second feature-film role, in the recently release “Non-Stop” starring Liam Neeson.

 

 

 

 

 
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