This morning, the Academy announced the nominees for the 95th edition Oscar Awards 2023 why “Pinocchio” of Guillermo del toro Competes in the category “Best Animated Film”.
Mexican films include “Turning Red”, “The Sea Beast”, “Puss in Boots: The Last Wish” and “Marcel the Shell with Shoes On”.
With his film, the Mexican director explores universal themes such as life, death, rebellion and his complicated relationship with his father.
Family ties are also at the center of the film “Turning Red,” which portrays the tortuous path from childhood to adolescence of a young woman who must face the pressure of being perfect as her mother demands.
The second half of “Puss in Boots” explores the path to maturity and the vulnerability of the cocky cat from “Shrek”, voiced by Spanish Antonio Banderas.
Fleischer Camp’s film follows the daily life of Marcel, a small snail mourning the loss of his family, narrated in a humorous mockumentary format.
While the Netflix film “The Sea Beast” portrays an interesting pairing that forms between a girl and a monster hunter.
a version of Guillermo del toro One run of the Disney classic has been a success, so much so that, in addition to being nominated for an Oscar, it has been nominated for Annie Awards.
In the said event, known as the “Oscars of animation”, it received nine nominations and became the top favorite for the 50th edition of these awards.
Mexican works under the Netflix label compete in the competition’s main categories, such as “Best Film”, “Best Direction”, “Best Soundtrack”, “Best Special Effects” and “Best Dubbing”.
“Pinocchio” has already appeared in the animation sections of the two biggest award season events so far, the Golden Globes and the Critics’ Choice Awards.
How many years did it take Guillermo del Toro to make Pinocchio?
The tape is the result of 15 years of work, as it is filmed in the “stop motion” animation format.
So far, guillermo del toro He has been honored for “Pinocchio” at the Golden Globes, Critics’ Choice Awards and competes in the same category at the BAFTA Awards.