Ariel Award for Best Director

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Ariel Award for Best Director
Awarded for"Excellence in cinematic direction achievement"
CountryMexico
Presented by AMACC
First awarded1947
Currently held by Alfonso Cuarón,
Roma (2019)
Website premioariel.com.mx

The Ariel Award for Best Director (Premio Ariel a la Mejor Dirección, officially known as the Ariel Award for Best Directing) is an award presented by the Academia Mexicana de Artes y Ciencias Cinematográficas (AMACC) in Mexico. It is given in honor of a film director who has exhibited outstanding directing while working in the Mexican film industry. In 1947, the 1st and 2nd Ariel Awards were held, with Roberto Gavaldón and Emilio "El Indio" Fernández winning for the films La Barraca and Enamorada , respectively. With the exception of the years 1959 to 1971, when the Ariel Awards were suspended, the award has been given annually. [1] Nominees and winners are determined by a committee formed every year consisting of academy members (active and honorary), previous winners and individuals with at least two Ariel nominations; the committee members submit their votes through the official AMACC website. [2]

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In 1953, filmmakers Luis Buñuel, Alfredo B. Crevenna and Gavaldón were nominated, but no winner was declared. [3] Carlos Carrera and Fernández hold the record for most wins in the category, with four each. [3] Carerra's El Crimen del Padre Amaro was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film in 2003. [4] Since 1976, Felipe Cazals has been nominated at least once every decade, winning three times for El Año de la Peste (1980), Bajo la metralla (1984), and Las Vueltas del Citrillo (2006). [3] Buñuel and Amat Escalante won the Ariel for Best Director and the same award at the Cannes Film Festival for Los Olvidados and Heli , respectively. [5] Alfonso Cuarón won the Ariel and the Academy Award for Best Direction, Cuarón is the first one to win both accolades for the same film. Since its inception, the award has been given to 39 directors. As of the 2019 ceremony, Cuarón is the most recent winner in this category for his work on Roma .

Winners and nominees

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Double-dagger-14-plain.pngIndicates the winner
Spanish director Luis Bunuel won twice, for Los Olvidados (1951) and Robinson Crusoe (1956). Luis Bunuel.JPG
Spanish director Luis Buñuel won twice, for Los Olvidados (1951) and Robinson Crusoe (1956).
Arturo Ripstein has received the award twice for Cadena Perpetua (1979) and El Imperio de la Fortuna (1987). Ripstein-2.jpg
Arturo Ripstein has received the award twice for Cadena Perpetua (1979) and El Imperio de la Fortuna (1987).
Felipe Cazals won three times, for El Ano de la Peste (1980), Bajo la metralla (1984) and Las Vueltas del Citrillo (2006). Felipe Casalz.JPG
Felipe Cazals won three times, for El Año de la Peste (1980), Bajo la metralla (1984) and Las Vueltas del Citrillo (2006).
Carlos Carrera has won four times, and is tied with Emilio "El Indio" Fernandez for the most wins in the category. Carlos Carrera (Guadalajara).jpg
Carlos Carrera has won four times, and is tied with Emilio "El Indio" Fernández for the most wins in the category.
Jaime Humberto Hermosillo has been nominated five times, winning twice for La Pasion Segun Berenice (1977) and Naufragio (1978). Jaime Humberto Hermosillo 01.jpg
Jaime Humberto Hermosillo has been nominated five times, winning twice for La Pasión Según Berenice (1977) and Naufragio (1978).
Miguel Littin won for Actas de Marusia (1976). Miguel Littin (cropped).jpg
Miguel Littín won for Actas de Marusia (1976).
Mexican director Guillermo del Toro has won twice, for the films Cronos (1993) and El Laberinto del Fauno (2007). Guillermo del Toro in 2017.jpg
Mexican director Guillermo del Toro has won twice, for the films Cronos (1993) and El Laberinto del Fauno (2007).
Alberto Isaac won for Mariana, Mariana (1988). Alberto Isaac.jpg
Alberto Isaac won for Mariana, Mariana (1988).
Mexican actor and director Alfonso Arau was nominated twice and won once in 1992 for Como Agua Para Chocolate. Alfonso Arau.jpg
Mexican actor and director Alfonso Arau was nominated twice and won once in 1992 for Como Agua Para Chocolate .
Rafael Montero won for Cilantro y Perejil (1997). Rafael Montero.jpg
Rafael Montero won for Cilantro y Perejil (1997).
Alejandro G. Inarritu won this award for Amores Perros in 2001. Alejandro Inarritu Cannes 2017.jpg
Alejandro G. Iñárritu won this award for Amores Perros in 2001.
Fernando Eimbcke received the award twice, for the films Temporada de Patos (2005) and Lake Tahoe (2009). Fernando Eimbcke.jpg
Fernando Eimbcke received the award twice, for the films Temporada de Patos (2005) and Lake Tahoe (2009).
Carlos Reygadas received the award for Luz Silenciosa in 2008. Carlos Reygadas Tokyo Intl Filmfest 2009.jpg
Carlos Reygadas received the award for Luz Silenciosa in 2008.
Rodrigo Pla has been nominated twice, winning for La Demora in 2013. Rodrigo-Pla-La-Zona.JPG
Rodrigo Plá has been nominated twice, winning for La Demora in 2013.
Amat Escalante received the award twice for Heli and La Region Salvaje. Amat Escalante - 2016.jpg
Amat Escalante received the award twice for Heli and La Región Salvaje .
David Pablos won the award for Las Elegidas in 2016. David Pablos - 2016.jpg
David Pablos won the award for Las Elegidas in 2016.
YearDirector(s)FilmRef.
1947
(1st)
Roberto Gavaldón Double-dagger-14-plain.png La Barraca [6]
Julio Bracho Crepúsculo
Emilio "El Indio" Fernández Las Abandonadas
1947
(2nd)
Emilio "El Indio" Fernández Double-dagger-14-plain.png Enamorada [7]
Julio Bracho Cantaclaro
Roberto Gavaldón La Otra
1948
(3rd)
Emilio "El Indio" Fernández Double-dagger-14-plain.png La Perla [8]
Antonio Momplet El Buen Mozo
Miguel Zacarías Soledad
1949
(4th)
Emilio "El Indio" Fernández Double-dagger-14-plain.png Río Escondido [9]
Julio Bracho Rosenda
Ismael Rodríguez Los Tres Huastecos
1950
(5th)
Alejandro Galindo Double-dagger-14-plain.png Una Familia de Tantas [10]
Emilio "El Indio" Fernández Pueblerina
Miguel Zacarías El Dolor de los Hijos
1951
(6th)
Luis Buñuel Double-dagger-14-plain.png Los Olvidados [11]
Alfredo B. Crevenna Otra Primavera
Roberto Gavaldón La Casa Chica
1952
(7th)
Roberto Gavaldón Double-dagger-14-plain.png En La Palma de Tu Mano [12]
Julio Bracho Paraíso Robado
Alejandro Galindo Doña Perfecta
1953
(8th) [lower-alpha 1]
Luis Buñuel Subida al Cielo [13]
Alfredo B. Crevenna Mi Esposa y la Otra
Roberto Gavaldón El Rebozo de Soledad
1954
(9th)
Roberto Gavaldón Double-dagger-14-plain.png El Niño y la Niebla [14]
Emilio Gómez Muriel Un Divorcio
Ismael Rodríguez Pepe El Toro
1955
(10th)
Alejandro Galindo Double-dagger-14-plain.png Los Fernández de Peralvillo [15]
Alfredo B. Crevenna Orquídeas Para Mi Esposa
Roberto Gavaldón Sombra Verde
1956
(11th)
Luis Buñuel Double-dagger-14-plain.png Robinson Crusoe [16]
Luis Buñuel Ensayo de un Crimen
Alfredo B. Crevenna Una Mujer en la Calle
1957
(12th)
Alfonso Corona Blake Double-dagger-14-plain.png El Camino de la Vida [17]
Roberto Gavaldón La Escondida
Emilio Gómez Muriel ¿Con Quién Andan Nuestras Hijas?
1958
(13th)
Tito Davison Double-dagger-14-plain.png La Dulce Enemiga [18]
Tulio Demicheli Feliz Año, Amor Mío
Rogelio A. González La Culta Dama
19591971Not awarded [1]
1972
(14th)
Jorge Fons Double-dagger-14-plain.png"Nosotros" (episode from Tú, Yo, Nosotros) [19]
Alfonso Arau El Águila Descalza
Salomón LáiterLa Puerta del Paraíso
1973
(15th)
Luis Alcoriza Double-dagger-14-plain.png Mecánica Nacional [20]
Paul Leduc Reed, México Insurgente
Arturo Ripstein El Castillo de la Pureza
1974
(16th)
Gonzalo Martínez Ortega Double-dagger-14-plain.pngEl Principio [21]
Jorge Fons "Caridad" (episode from Fé, Esperanza y Caridad )
Alfredo JoskowiczEl Cambio
1975
(17th)
Emilio "El Indio" Fernández Double-dagger-14-plain.png La Choca [22]
Luis Alcoriza Presagio
Juan Manuel TorresLa Otra Virginidad
1976
(18th)
Miguel Littín Double-dagger-14-plain.png Actas de Marusia [23]
Felipe Cazals Canoa
Marcela Fernández ViolanteDe Todos Modos Juan Te Llamas
1977
(19th)
Jaime Humberto Hermosillo Double-dagger-14-plain.pngLa Pasión Según Berenice [24]
Alberto Isaac Cuartelazo
Gonzalo Martínez Ortega Longitud de Guerra
1978
(20th)
Jaime Humberto Hermosillo Double-dagger-14-plain.pngNaufragio [25]
Julián PastorLos Pequeños Privilegios
Arturo Ripstein En el Lugar Sin Limites
1979
(21st)
Arturo Ripstein Double-dagger-14-plain.pngCadena Perpetua [26]
Jaime Humberto Hermosillo Amor Libre
Miguel Littín El Recurso del Método
1980
(22nd)
Felipe Cazals Double-dagger-14-plain.png El Año de la Peste [27]
Raúl Araiza Fuego en el Mar
Sergio Olhovich El Infierno de Todos Tan Temido
1981
(23rd)
Servando González Double-dagger-14-plain.pngLas Grandes Aguas [28]
Marcela Fernández Violante Misterio
Julián PastorMorir de Madrugada
1982
(24th)
Raúl Kamffer Double-dagger-14-plain.png¡Ora Si Tenemos Que Ganar! [29]
Alfredo GurrolaLlámenme Mike
Mario Hernández Noche de Carnaval
1983
(25th)
José Estrada Double-dagger-14-plain.png La Pachanga [30]
Alberto Isaac Tiempo de Lobos
Alfredo GurrolaDías de Combate
1984
(26th)
Felipe Cazals Double-dagger-14-plain.png Bajo la Metralla [31]
Arturo Ripstein La Viuda Negra
Ariel ZúñigaEl Diablo y la Dama
1985
(27th)
Paul Leduc Double-dagger-14-plain.png Frida [32]
Juan Antonio de la RivaVidas Errantes
Gerardo PardoDe Veras Me Atrapaste
1986
(28th)
Carlos Enrique Taboada Double-dagger-14-plain.png Veneno Para Las Hadas [33]
Felipe Cazals Los Motivos de Luz
Alfredo GurrolaEl Escuadrón de la Muerte
1987
(29th)
Arturo Ripstein Double-dagger-14-plain.png El Imperio de la Fortuna [34]
Alberto CortésAmor a la Vuelta de la Esquina
Diego López Rivera Crónica de Familia
1988
(30th)
Alberto Isaac Double-dagger-14-plain.pngMariana, Mariana [35]
Luis Alcoriza Lo Que Importa es Vivir
Alejandro Pelayo RangelDías Dificiles
1989
(31st)
Sergio Olhovich Double-dagger-14-plain.pngEsperanza [36]
Juan Fernando Pérez Gavilán¿Nos Traicionará el Presidente?
Sergio Véjar La Jaula de Oro
1990
(32nd)
Diego López Rivera Double-dagger-14-plain.pngGoitia, Un Dios Para Sí Mismo [37]
Gilberto Gazcón de AndaRosa de Dos Aromas
Alfonso Rosas PriegoEl Homicida
1991
(33rd)
Jorge Fons Double-dagger-14-plain.png Rojo Amanecer [38]
Juan Antonio de la RivaPueblo de Madera
1992
(34th)
Alfonso Arau Double-dagger-14-plain.png Como Agua Para Chocolate [39]
Carlos Carrera La Mujer de Benjamín
Maria Novaro Danzón
1993
(35th)
Guillermo del Toro Double-dagger-14-plain.png Cronos [40]
Rubén GámezTequila
Dana Rotberg Ángel de Fuego
1994
(36th)
José Luis García Agraz Double-dagger-14-plain.pngDesiertos Mares [41]
Francisco AthiéLolo
Carlos Carrera La Vida Conyugal
Felipe Cazals Kino
Guita SchyfterNovia Que Te Vea
1995
(37th)
Jorge Fons Double-dagger-14-plain.png El Callejón de los Milagros [42]
Maria Novaro El Jardín del Edén
Gabriel Retes Bienvenido — Welcome
Fernando SariñanaHasta Morir
Roberto Sneider Dos Crimenes
1996
(38th)
Carlos Carrera Double-dagger-14-plain.png Sin Remitente [43]
Oscar BlancarteDulces Compañías
José Luis García Agraz Salón México
Daniel Gruener Sobrenatural
Alberto Isaac Mujeres Insumisas
1997
(39th)
Rafael Montero Double-dagger-14-plain.pngCilantro y Perejil [44]
Benjamín CannDe Muerte Natural
Marco Julio LinaresJuego Limpio
1998
(40th)
Juan Pablo Villaseñor Double-dagger-14-plain.png Por Si No Te Vuelvo a Ver [45]
Juan Antonio de la RivaElisa Antes del Fin del Mundo
Jaime Humberto Hermosillo De Noche Vienes, Esmeralda
1999
(41st)
Carlos Carrera Double-dagger-14-plain.pngUn Embrujo [46]
Carlos Bolado Bajo California, el Limite del Tiempo
Arturo Ripstein El Evangelio de las Maravillas
2000
(42nd)
Luis Estrada Double-dagger-14-plain.png La Ley de Herodes [47]
Juan Carlos Rulfo Del Olvido al No Me Acuerdo
Oscar Urritua LazoRito Terminal
2001
(43rd)
Alejandro González Iñárritu Double-dagger-14-plain.png Amores Perros [48]
Felipe Cazals Su Alteza Serenísima
Maryse Sistach Perfume de Violetas (Nadie te Oye)
2002
(44th)
Ignacio Ortíz Cruz Double-dagger-14-plain.pngCuento de Hadas Para Dormir Cocodrilos [49]
Juan Antonio de la RivaEl Gavilán de la Sierra
Gerardo TortDe la Calle
2003
(45th)
Carlos Carrera Double-dagger-14-plain.png El Crimen del Padre Amaro [50]
Jaime Humberto Hermosillo eXXXorcismos
Isaac P. Racine Aro Tolbukhin: En la Mente del Asesino
Agustí Villaronga Aro Tolbukhin: En la Mente del Asesino
Lydia Zimmermann Aro Tolbukhin: En la Mente del Asesino
2004
(46th)
José Luis García Agraz Double-dagger-14-plain.pngEl Misterio del Trinidad [51]
Carlos Reygadas Japón
Julián Hernández Mil Nubes de Paz Cercan el Cielo, Amor, Jamás Acabarás de Ser Amor
2005
(47th)
Fernando Eimbcke Double-dagger-14-plain.png Temporada de Patos [52]
José BuilManos Libres (Nadie te Habla)
Luis Mandoki Voces Inocentes
2006
(48th)
Felipe Cazals Double-dagger-14-plain.pngLas Vueltas del Citrillo [53]
[54]
Ignacio Ortíz CruzMezcal
Ricardo BenetNoticias Lejanas
2007
(49th)
Guillermo del Toro Double-dagger-14-plain.png El Laberinto del Fauno [55]
Sebastián Cordero Crónicas
Francisco Vargas Quevedo El Violín
2008
(50th)
Carlos Reygadas Double-dagger-14-plain.png Luz Silenciosa [56]
Everardo GonzálezLos Ladrones Viejos
Paul Leduc Cobrador: In God We Trust
2009
(51st)
Fernando Eimbcke Double-dagger-14-plain.png Lake Tahoe [57]
Eugenio Polgovsky Los Herederos
Gerardo NaranjoVoy a Explotar
2010
(52nd)
Carlos Carrera Double-dagger-14-plain.png Backyard: El Traspatio [58]
Mariana Chenillo Cinco Días Sin Nora
Alberto CortésCorazón del Tiempo
2011
(53rd)
Luis Estrada Double-dagger-14-plain.png El Infierno [59]
Felipe Cazals Chicogrande
Diego Luna Abel
2012
(54th)
Emilio Portes Double-dagger-14-plain.pngPastorela [60]
Everardo GoutDías de Gracia
Gerardo Naranjo Miss Bala
2013
(55th)
Rodrigo Plá Double-dagger-14-plain.png La Demora [61]
Luis Mandoki La vida precoz y breve de Sabina Rivas
Paula Markovitch El Premio
Matías Meyer Los Últimos Cristeros
2014
(56th)
Amat Escalante Double-dagger-14-plain.png Heli [62]
Fernando Eimbcke Club Sandwich
Francisco FrancoTercera Llamada
Diego Quemada-Diez La Jaula de Oro
Claudia Sainte-Luce Los Insólitos Peces Gato
2015
(57th)
Alonso Ruizpalacios Double-dagger-14-plain.png Güeros [63]
[64]
Ernesto Contreras Las Oscuras Primaveras
Luis Estrada La Dictadura Perfecta
Rigoberto PerezcanoCarmín Tropical
Jorge Ramírez-SuárezGuten Tag, Ramón
2016
(58th)
David Pablos Double-dagger-14-plain.png Las Elegidas [65]
Julio Hernández Cordón Te Prometo Anarquía
Rodrigo Plá Un Monstruo de Mil Cabezas
Gabriel Ripstein 600 Millas
Anwar Safa El Jeremías
2017
(59th)
Tatiana Huezo Double-dagger-14-plain.png Tempestad [66]
Mitzi Vanessa Arreola and Amir Galván La 4a Compañía
Jonás Cuarón Desierto
Federico Cecchetti El Sueño del Mara'akame
Roberto Sneider Me Estás Matando Susana
2018
(60th)
Amat Escalante La Región Salvaje [67]
Natalia Beristáin Los Adioses
Lucía Gajá Batallas Íntimas
Everardo González La Libertad del Diablo
Issa López Vuelven
2019
(61st)
Alfonso Cuarón Roma [68]
Lila Avilés La Camarista
Alejandra Márquez Abella Las Niñas Bien
Carlos Reygadas Nuestro Tiempo
Alonso Ruizpalacios Museo

Multiple wins and nominations

Notes

  1. In 1953, no winner was declared. Luis Buñuel, Alfredo B. Crevenna and Roberto Gavaldón remained as nominees. [3]

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