I Dream in Another Language' Tops Mexico's Ariel Awards


The Sundance Audience Award victor snatched best picture and screenplay at the 60th Ariel Awards. 

I Dream in Another Language (Sueno en Otro Idioma), a show about taboo love and a withering Mexican tongue, brought home six of Mexico's most esteemed film grants Tuesday night.

Delivered by Alebrije Cine, I Dream in Another Language was coordinated by Ernesto Contreras, the present leader of the Mexican film institute.

I Dream in Another Language drove all movies going into Tuesday's service with 16 assignments; it additionally won for cinematography, unique score, sound and performing artist for Eligio Melendez.


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Best chief went to Amat Escalante for The Untamed (La Region Salvaje), who won at the Venice film fest a year ago. The Untamed seized a sum of five Ariels at the service held at Mexico City's Palace of Fine Arts.

VIP moderators going to the occasion included Mexican performing artist Gael Garcia Bernal (Mozart in the Jungle) and Daniela Vega, star of the Oscar victor A Fantastic Woman (Una Mujer Fantastica), which grabbed an Ariel for best Ibero-American picture.

In the narrative class, the institute chosen Everardo Gonzalez's Devil's Freedom (La Libertad del Diablo), a shocking representation of casualties of Mexico's medication related savagery.

Various honor beneficiaries utilized the platform to stand up against Mexico's progressing viciousness, which as of late killed three captured film understudies in the focal western city of Guadalajara.

"Tragically, we began the film five years prior and (the viciousness) is as yet happening," said documentarian Gonzalez.

Vocation accomplishment respects went to Golden Age of Mexican Cinema performing artist Queta Lavat and cinematographer Toni Kuhn.

Victors of the 60th Ariel Awards:

Best Picture

I Dream in Another Language, executive Ernesto Contreras


Amat Escalante for The Untamed

On-screen character

Karina Gidi for Los Adioses

On-screen character

Eligio Melendez for I Dream in Another Language

Ibero-American Film

A Fantastic Woman (Chile)


Fallen angel's Freedom

Supporting Actress

Veronica Toussaint for Oso polar

Supporting Actor

Miguel Rodarte for Time Share

Unique Screenplay

Carlos Conteras for I Dream in Another Language


I Dream in Another Language

Leap forward Performance by Actress

Ana Valeria Becerril for Las Hijas de Abril

Leap forward Performance by Actor

Juan Ramon Lopez for Tigers Are Not Afraid

Bit Part Actress

Bernarda Trueba for The Untamed

Bit Part Actor

Andres Almeida for Time Share

Vivified Short Film


Short Documentary Film

La Muneca Tetona

Short Fiction Film

Desert spring

Creation Design

El Elegido and La Habitacion (tie)


The Untamed


The Untamed

Visual Effects

The Untamed


Tigers Are Not Afraid

Unique Score

I Dream in Another Language

To begin with Work

El Vigilante


I Dream in Another Language


La Habitacion

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