MADRID (EFE) .— Diego Luna will probably be awarded the Honor Prize on the eighth version of the Platinum Ibero-American Cinema Awards, which acknowledges “his intense career in Ibero-American audiovisuals” and “his work in disseminating culture Spanish and Portuguese speaking ”.
The Mexican actor is, at solely 41 years previous, one of many “greatest exponents of the Ibero-American audiovisual industry in the world,” mentioned the Platino group in a press release.
Immersed on the earth of tradition since his beginning, Diego Luna made his debut on the age of 8 within the brief movie “The last end of the year”, by Javier Bourges, and his rise to fame was in 2001 with “And your mother too”, by director Alfonso Cuarón.
Since then, the actor has labored each within the Ibero-American trade – “Soldados de salamina” (2003), by David Trueba; “Only God Knows” (2006), by Carlos Bolado, and “Rudo y corsi” (2008), by Carlos Cuarón—, as in main Hollywood productions comparable to “La terminal (The Terminal)”, by Steven Spielberg, and probably the most just lately, “A Rainy Day in New York,” by Woody Allen.
Not forgetting his participation within the Star Wars universe with “Rogue One”, together with Felicity Jones, enjoying Cassian Andor, a personality that he’ll return to within the collection of the identical identify.
He additionally appeared in quite a few Mexican cleaning soap operas throughout the Nineties, though Luna’s best-known tv function is that of Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo within the collection “Narcos: México,” with which he received the Platinum Award for Finest Male Efficiency in miniseries.
And as a director, he’s the creator of the movies “Abel”, “César Chávez” and “Mr. Pig “.