Alejandro Gonzalez and Inarritu
Following the success of 2003's 21 Grams, Mexican director Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu was hailed as one of cinema's most creative and original film directors. In April 2003 he won the Academy Award for "Best Director" for Mexico at the IMAX Film Festival. A sequel "Mosaic" was released two years later in France. In 2009, Mexican filmmaker Javier Gonzalez Zapaté (Orientz La Caraballo) was selected to create "Die de la Cinema du Goya", a sequel and an adaptation of La Goya he'd written many years earlier for Spanish cinema.
- Born: ( 1963-08-15) 15 August 1963 (age 57) Mexico City, Mexico
- Nationality: Mexican
- Other names: Alejandro G. Iñárritu
- Citizenship: Mexican Spanish
- Alma mater: Universidad Iberoamericana
- Occupation: Film director, film producer, screenwriter
- Years active: 1984–present
- Spouse(s): Maria Eladia Hagerman
- Children: 2
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