Arthur Balder, director of ‘Little Spain’ and ‘Reality of the Imaginary’, was awarded with the ‘Lady of Victory’ as Best Film Director 2015.
Last night was held on March 15 from Mexico annual awards to the best of theater and cinema by the Association of Critics and Journalists of Theater and Cinema of Mexico, known by its Spanish acronym ACPTC.
During the ceremony, veteran journalist and founder with 60 years of activity, Gustavo Suárez Ojeda, delivered alongside other members the awards with which the association honors every year the winners since 1990. At its twenty-sixth year of existence, the Mexican association of critics and journalists held the twenty-first ceremony in the theater “Silvia Pinal” Mexico City attended by numerous personalities of the Mexican cinema and theater.
This year, in the international categories, the Mexican press association in the section of film directing, awarded Artur Balder with the Lady of Victory for his work as director of the documentary films ‘Little Spain’ and ‘The reality of the imaginary’. The association’s president, Gustavo Suárez Ojeda, emphasized “the extraordinary creative value of his arthouse direction, as well as its ability to break down the barriers of documentary filmmaking giving all the subtleties and nuances of fiction, with special emphasis on its contribution to respect for the Ibero-American community in the United States, thanks to his pioneering research into Manhattan’s ‘Little Spain’ “.
On the occasion, the association created the Gustavo Suárez Ojeda Prize and awarded the journalists Enrique de la Rosa, Joel O’Farrill, Edmundo Perez, Antonio Rojas, Gustavo de Anda y Agustín Salinas.
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