Ibero-American Stars to Hit the Red Carpet at the 9th Annual PLATINO Awards for Ibero-American Cinema
OTHER IBERO-AMERICAN STARS TO PRESENT THE PLATINO AWARDS
To bring this year’s edition to a spectacular close, the PLATINO Awards will be presented by renown Ibero-American personalities, including Aislinn Derbez, Ale Nones, Álvaro Morte, Amaury Nolasco, Andrea Chaparro, Antonia Zegers, Belinda, Carlos Torres, Carolina Gaitán, Carolina Ramírez, Cayetana Guillén Cuervo, Cecilia Roth, Cecilia Suárez, China Suárez or Cristina Castaño.
The statuettes will also be presented by Ernesto Alterio, Esmeralda Pimentel, Franco Masini, José Coronado, Juan Carlos Arciniegas, Juan Pablo Urrego, Juan Minujin, Juana Acosta, Lucía Sapena, Maggie Civantos, Omar Chaparro, Óscar Jaenada, Óscar Martínez, Paco León, Paula Echevarría, Rossy de Palma, Santiago Segura, Stephanie Cayo and Yon González.
The star-studded event will also feature other Ibero-American performers such as Álvaro Cervantes, Álvaro Mel, Ana Fernández, Ana María Simón, Antonio Velázquez, Arturo Valls, Carla Nieto, Carlos Bardem, Carlos Ponce, Cecilia Gessa, Clarice Alves, Daniela Santiago, Dulceida, Edgar Vittorino, Edu Rosa, Elena Furiase, Eleonora Wexler, Fernando Guallar, Fernando Tejero, Gala González, Georgina Amorós, Ginés García Millán, Grecia Castta, Guillermo Francella, Guillermo Lasheras, Itziar Castro, Irene Arcos, Jedet, Jesús Castro, John Steiner, José de la Torre, Juan Betancourt, Leo Ortizgris, Lucas Vidal, Macarena Gómez, Manolo Caro, Mar Saura, Marc Clotet, María Isabel Díaz, Marta González de Vega, Merakio, Minna el Hammani, Natalia Sánchez, Pepe Barroso, Pol Monen, Salva Reina, Silma López or Vanesa Romero.
The ceremony will be broadcast by TV networks across Ibero-America and will present the award for Best Ibero-American Fiction Film to one of the following nominees: Mexico’s Noche de fuego, by Tatiana Huezo; Spain’s Madres paralelas, by Pedro Almodóvar, El buen patrón, by Fernando León de Aranoa, or Maixabel, by Icíar Bollaín. The nominees for Best Ibero-American Fiction Miniseries/TV Series or Documentary Feature Film are Mexico’s Luis Miguel: La serie, by Daniel Krauze, and Narcos: México, by Carlo Bernard, Chris Brancato and Doug Miro; Argentina’s El reino, by Marcelo Piñeyro and Claudia Piñeiro; and Chile’s Isabel, by Rodrigo Bazaes.
The Platino Awards for Ibero-American Cinema are presented by EGEDA (Management Entity of Audiovisual Producers’ Rights) and FIPCA (Ibero-American Federation of Film and Audiovisual Producers) in close collaboration with the Community of Madrid and the Madrid City Council. The latter two institutions are so devoted to attracting more filming projects to Madrid ––an ideal location for all types of film and TV productions–– that the region has turned into an intense activity hub generating enormous benefits to the audiovisual sector. The PLATINO Awards also has support from the World Tourism Organization and the Ibero-American Academies and Institutes of Film, unite the great talent of 23 Ibero-American countries and honor the works and best creators each year by presenting awards in 22 categories and the PLATINO Honorary Award.
Ever since its launch in 2014, the Platino Awards have strived to promote Ibero-American films to ensure that success across the most prestigious film festivals leads to an outstanding theatrical run and an excellent commercial box-office performance.
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