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59th Ariel Awards

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59th Ariel Awards
DateJuly 11, 2017
SitePalacio de Bellas Artes
Mexico City, Mexico
Directed byDaniel Giménez Cacho
Best PictureLa 4ª Compañía
Most awardsLa 4ª Compañía (10)
Most nominationsLa 4ª Compañía (20)
Television coverage
NetworkCanal 22

The 59th Ariel Awards ceremony, organized by the Mexican Academy of Film Arts and Sciences (AMACC) took place on July 11, 2017, at the Palacio de Bellas Artes in Mexico City. During the ceremony, AMACC presented the Ariel Award in 27 categories honoring films released in 2016. The ceremony will be televised in Mexico by Canal 22.

La 4ª Compañía was the most awarded film with 10 awards including Best Picture. Tatiana Huezo became the first female director to receive the Best Director award, for the documentary feature Tempestad, which also received three awards. Almacenados received three accolades, for Best Actor, Supporting Actor, and Adapted Screenplay; while La Caridad earned two awards for Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress.[1] Art designer Lucero Isaac and actress Isela Vega received the Golden Ariel for their outstanding artistic career.[1][2]


The Mexican Academy of Film Arts and Sciences (AMAAC) announced that films released in Mexico from January 1 through September 30 should register online for award consideration at the Ariel Awards' official website during the month of October 2016;[3] films released from October 1 to December 31, could register at the same website from December 2016 to January 15, 2017.[3] It was also revealed that the Academy reinstated for the 59th ceremony two former categories, Actor and Actress in a Minor Role, that will be awarded to a performer that "has a smaller participation than a lead protagonist or a co-star and is not the narrative focus but their performance is relevant to the plot. Their performance can be limited to a single sequence."[3]

At the press conference held on May 3, 2017 to announce the 2017 Ariel Award nominees, AMAAC Secretary Everardo González informed that 131 films were submitted for consideration, including 11 animated short films, 10 documentary short subject films, 45 live action short films, 18 documentary features, 37 feature films, and 10 Iberoamerican feature films.[4] He also announced that the award ceremony would be held at the Palacio de Bellas Artes in Mexico City, and will be dedicated to cinematography in order to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the first Ariel Awards.[4] This year the nominees were selected by 174 Academy members.[5]

Actors Karina Gidi and Juan Carlos Colombo announced the nominees which included two documentary features nominated for Best Picture, Bellas de Noche, directed by María José Cuevas and Tempestad, by Tatiana Huezo, with both films also being nominated for Best Documentary Feature.[5] La 4ª Compañía is the most nominated film, with 20 nominations, including Best Picture, Best Director, Best First Feature Film, and seven acting nominations in the Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor and Actor in a Minor Role, categories.[5] Art director Lucero Isaac and Mexican actress Isela Vega will received the Golden Ariel to recognize their artistic career.[5]

In June 22, 2017, the President of the AMACC, Dolores Heredia, announced that the award ceremony would go on despite a 77% cut to the academy's budget. "Let us make use of our imagination and creativity to have a dignified and solemn ceremony," Heredia declared.[6] The ceremony will be produced by actor Daniel Giménez Cacho and televised by Canal 22, since the academy had several problems with Canal Once the previous year.[6]


The following list includes nominees and winners which are first and highlighted with boldface.[2]

Best Actor in a Minor Role
Best Actress in a Minor Role
Breaktrough Male Performance
Breaktrough Female Performance
  • María Evoli – Tenemos la Carne as Fauna
    • Natasha Dupeyrón – Treintona, Soltera y Fantástica as Regina
    • Gloria Carina López – La Casa Más Grande del Mundo as Rocío
    • Camila Robertson Glennie – Las Tinieblas as Luciana
    • Irene Ramírez – Maquinaria Panamericana as Soledad
Best Original Screenplay
Best Adapted Screenplay
Best Iberoamerican Film
Best First Feature Film
Best Documentary Feature
  • Tempestad – Tatiana Huezo
    • Bellas de Noche – María José Cuevas
    • La Balada del Oppenheimer Park – Juan Manuel Sepúlveda
    • Somos Lengua – Kyzza Terrazas
    • The Weekend Sailor – Bernardo Arsuaga
Best Documentary Short Subject
  • Aurelia y Pedro – José Permar and Omar Robles
    • 13,500 Volts – Mónica Blumen
    • Club Amazonas – Roberto Fiesco
    • La Casa de los Lúpulos – Paula Hopf
    • Memorias del Table Dance – Silvana Lázaro
    • Semillas de Guamúchil – Carolina Corral
Best Animated Short
  • Los Aeronautas – León Rodrigo Fernández
    • Ascensión – Davy Giorgi and Samantha Pineda
    • Elena y las Sombras – César Gabriel Cepeda
    • Los Gatos – Víctor Alejandro Ríos
    • Taller de Corazones – León Rodrigo Fernández
Best Original Score
Best Live Action Short
  • El Ocaso de Juan – Omar Deneb Juárez
    • Australia – Rodrigo Ruiz
    • El Tigre y la Flor – Fabiola Denisse Quintero
    • Fisuras – Roberto Fiesco
    • Verde – Alonso Ruizpalacios
Best Sound
Best Film Editing
Best Art Direction
Best Cinematography
Best Makeup
Best Costume Design
Best Special Effects
Best Visual Effects
  • La 4ª Compañía – Ricardo Robles
    • 7:19 – Omar Molina
    • Desierto – Anthony Lestramau
    • KM 31–2 – Rodrigo Echevarría and Eduardo Viladoms
    • Las Tinieblas – Gustavo Bellón, Benoit Manequinn, Andrés Palma, and David Camiro

Multiple nominations and awards


  1. ^ a b Moreno, Violeta (May 3, 2017). "Dan a conocer los nominados del Ariel 2017". Milenio (in Spanish). Grupo Milenio. Retrieved July 1, 2017.
  2. ^ a b "Nominados 2017" (in Spanish). Academia Mexicana de Artes y Ciencias Cinematográficas. 2017. Archived from the original on May 10, 2016. Retrieved June 30, 2017.
  3. ^ a b c "Convocatoria Ariel 2017" (in Spanish). Academia Mexicana de Artes y Ciencias Cinematográficas. 2017. Archived from the original on July 15, 2017. Retrieved July 1, 2017.
  4. ^ a b "Dan a conocer nominados de la 59 Entrega del Premio Ariel" (in Spanish). Secretaría de Cultura. May 3, 2017. Retrieved July 1, 2017.
  5. ^ a b c d "¡Conoce a los nominados a los Premios Ariel 2017!". Gatopardo (in Spanish). Travesias Media. May 3, 2017. Retrieved July 1, 2017.
  6. ^ a b Gutierrez, Vicente (June 22, 2017). "Se prepara un Premio Ariel muy político". El Economista (in Spanish). Nacer Global. Retrieved July 1, 2017.
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