Emilio Echevarría (born July 3, 1944) is a Mexican actor.
|Born||July 3, 1944|
Echevarria played the role of Sabio in the 2011 Mexican production of Gabriel Garcia Marquez "Memories of My Melancholy Whores". ["Memoria de Mis Putas Tristes"]. The film was directed by Henning Carlsen and also stars Geraldine Chaplin and Ángela Molina.
He began his acting career in 1978 as a member for the Constitution of Art and Society. Echevarría is the father of Lourdes Echevarría who appeared alongside him as Maru, his character's daughter, in Amores Perros.
|1987||Un dia crucial para Ausencio Paredes|
|1990||Morir en el golfo||Contacto|
|1991||Intimidades de un cuarto de baño||Juan|
|1991||Los pasos de Ana|
|1994||Novia que te vea||Maestro|
|1996||Sucesos distantes||Victor Fet|
|2000||Amores perros||El Chivo|
|2001||Y Tu Mamá También||Miguel Iturbide|
|2002||Die Another Day||Raoul|
|2004||The Alamo||Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna|
|2007||El búfalo de la noche||Ramírez|
|2007||Malos hábitos||Ramón / Padre de Matilde / Matilde's father|
|2010||El mar muerto||Teporocho|
|2011||Memoria de mis putas tristes||Sabio / Journalist-old|
|2011||El sueño de Lu||Lucia's Father|
|2012||Colosio: El asesinato||Don Fernando Gutiérrez Barrios|
|2014||Words with Gods|
|2014||Filosofía Natural del Amor||Narrador||Voice|
|2015||A Monster with a Thousand Heads||Enrique Sandoval Núñez|
The year 2000 in film involved some significant events.
The top grosser worldwide was Mission: Impossible 2. Domestically in North America, Gladiator won the Academy Awards for Best Picture and Best Actor (Russell Crowe).Dinosaur was the most expensive film of 2000 and a box-office success.2004 in film
The year 2004 in film involved some significant events. Major releases of sequels took place. It included blockbuster films like Troy, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, The Bourne Supremacy, Van Helsing, The Passion of the Christ, Resident Evil: Apocalypse, Thunderbirds, Meet the Fockers, Harold and Kumar, The Day After Tomorrow, Anchorman, Saw, Blade: Trinity, Spider-Man 2, Alien vs. Predator, The Incredibles, Kill Bill: Volume 2, Fahrenheit 9/11, I, Robot, Ocean's Twelve and Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed.58th Ariel Awards
The 58th Ariel Awards ceremony, organized by the Mexican Academy of Film Arts and Sciences (AMACC) took take place on May 28, 2016, at the National Auditorium in Mexico City. During the ceremony, AMACC presented the Ariel Award in 26 categories honoring films released in 2015. The ceremony, was televised in Mexico by Canal Once.Las Elegidas, and Gloria each won five awards, with the former earning the Best Picture honor. Other winners included Mexican Gangster: La Leyenda del Charro Misterioso with four; 600 Millas, and El Hombre Que Vio Demasiado with two; and Ausencias, El Abrazo de la Serpiente, El Jeremías, Hilda, La Increíble Historia del Niño de Piedra, Un Monstruo de Mil Cabezas, Trémulo, and Zimbo with one.60th Ariel Awards
The 60th Ariel Awards ceremony, organized by the Mexican Academy of Film Arts and Sciences (AMACC) took place on June 5, 2018, at the Palacio de Bellas Artes in Mexico City. During the ceremony, AMACC presented the Ariel Award in 26 categories honoring films released in 2017. The ceremony was televised in Mexico by Canal 22.
Sueño en Otro Idioma received six awards out of its 16 nominations, including Best Picture. La Región Salvaje followed with five awards, including Best Director for Amat Escalante. Actress Queta Lavat and cinematographer Toni Kuhn received the Golden Ariel for their outstanding artistic careers.A Monster with a Thousand Heads
A Monster with a Thousand Heads (Spanish: Un Monstruo de Mil Cabezas) is a 2015 Mexican thriller film, directed and produced by Rodrigo Plá and written by Laura Santullo. The film stars Jana Raluy, as a wife desperate to beat the bureaucracy, when her insurance company refuses to approve the care her husband needs to survive.
A Monster with a Thousand Heads premiered at the 72nd Venice Film Festival as the opening film of the Orizzonti section. The film also received seven nominations for the Ariel Awards in Mexico, including Best Picture, Best Direction and Best Actress, winning one for Best Adapted Screenplay. The film was named on the shortlist for Mexico's entry for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film at the 89th Academy Awards, but it was not selected.Amores perros
Amores perros is a 2000 Mexican crime drama film directed by Alejandro González Iñárritu and written by Guillermo Arriaga. Amores perros is the first installment in González Iñárritu's "Trilogy of Death", succeeded by 21 Grams and Babel. It is an anthology film constructed as a triptych: it contains three distinct stories connected by a car accident in Mexico City. The stories centre on a teenager in the slums who gets involved in dogfighting; a model who seriously injures her leg; and a mysterious hitman. The stories are linked in various ways, including the presence of dogs in each of them.
The title is a pun in Spanish; the word "perros", which literally means "dogs", can also be used to refer to misery, so that it roughly means 'bad loves' with canine connotations. The film was released under its Spanish title in the English-speaking world, although it was sometimes translated as Love's a Bitch in marketing.
The soundtrack includes songs by well-known Latin American rock bands, such as Café Tacuba, Control Machete, and Bersuit Vergarabat. Amores perros was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film in 2000 and won the Ariel Award for Best Picture from the Mexican Academy of Film.Ariel Award for Best Supporting Actor
The Ariel Award for Best Supporting Actor (Spanish: Premio Ariel a Mejor Coactuación Masculina) is an award presented by the Academia Mexicana de Artes y Ciencias Cinematográficas (AMACC) in Mexico. It is given in honor of an actor who has delivered an outstanding performance in a supporting role while working within the Mexican film industry. In 1947, the 1st and 2nd Ariel Awards were held, with José Baviera and Fernando Soto winning for the films La Barraca and Campeón Sin Corona, respectively. With the exception of the years 1958 to 1971, when the Ariel Awards were suspended, the award has been given annually. Nominees and winners are determined by a committee formed every year consisting of academy members (active and honorary), previous winners and individuals with at least two Ariel nominations; the committee submit their votes through the official AMACC website.Since its inception, the award has been given to 46 actors. Ernesto Gómez Cruz has received the most awards in this category with four Ariels. José Carlos Ruiz is the most nominated performer, with seven nominations which resulted in three wins. On two separate instances all the nominees in the category were selected from the same film; the first time in 1974, with Sergio Bustamante, Andrés García, and Alejandro Parodi being nominated for the film El Principio, with the award handed to Bustamante; the second time, in 1976, with Gómez Cruz, Eduardo López Rojas, and Claudio Obregón being nominated (and awarded) for their roles in the film Actas de Marusia. Rojo Grau was nominated twice in 1986, for his performances in the films El Escuadrón de la Muerte and Gavilán o Paloma, losing to José Carlos Ruiz for Toña Machetes. In 1996, Damián Alcázar and Jesús Ochoa tied for their work in the films El Anzuelo and Entre Pancho Villa y Una Mujer Desnuda, respectively.
Fifteen films have featured two or more nominated performances for Best Supporting Actor, Doña Perfecta (Carlos Navarro and Julio Villarreal), El Rebozo de Soledad (Carlos López Moctezuma and Domingo Soler), Las Tres Perfectas Casadas (José Elías Moreno and José María Linares), Cadena Perpetua (Ernesto Gómez Cruz and Narciso Busquets), El Callejón de los Milagros (Daniel Giménez Cacho and Esteban Soberanes), Por Si No Te Vuelvo a Ver (Max Kerlow and Justo Martínez), El Evangelio de las Maravillas (Bruno Bichir and Rafael Inclán), La Ley de Herodes (Pedro Armendáriz and Salvador Sánchez), Matando Cabos (Joaquín Cosío and Raúl Méndez), La Zona (Mario Zaragoza and Alan Chávez), El Infierno (Cosío and Gómez Cruz), Días de Gracia (Kristyan Ferrer and Zaragoza), Colosio: El Asesinato (Giménez Cacho and Dagoberto Gama), La Delgada Línea Amarilla (Cosío, Silverio Palacios and Gustavo Sánchez Parra), and La 4a Compañía (Manuel Ojeda, Dario T. Pie and Carlos Valencia); Navarro, López Moctezuma, Moreno, Gómez Cruz, Kerlow, Armendáriz, Zaragoza, Cosío (for El Infierno), Giménez Cacho (for Colosio: El Asesinato) won the award. As of the 2018 ceremony, Miguel Rodarte is the most recent winner in this category for his role in Tiempo Compartido.Bad Habits (2007 film)
Bad Habits (Spanish: Malos hábitos) is a 2007 Mexican drama film directed by Simón Bross.Die Another Day
Die Another Day is a 2002 spy film, the twentieth film in the James Bond series produced by Eon Productions, as well as the fourth and final film to star Pierce Brosnan as the fictional MI6 agent James Bond. The film follows Bond as he leads a mission to North Korea, during which he is betrayed and, after seemingly killing a rogue North Korean colonel, is captured and imprisoned. Fourteen months later, Bond is released as part of a prisoner exchange. Surmising that the mole is within the British government, he attempts to earn redemption by tracking down his betrayer and all those involved.
The film, produced by Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli, and directed by Lee Tamahori, marked the James Bond franchise's 40th anniversary. The series began in 1962 with Sean Connery starring as Bond in Dr. No. Die Another Day includes references to each of the preceding films.The film received mixed reviews. Some critics praised the work of Tamahori, while others criticised the film's heavy use of computer-generated imagery, which they found unconvincing and a distraction from the film's plot. Nevertheless, Die Another Day was the highest-grossing James Bond film up to that time if inflation is not taken into account.Echevarria
Echevarri(a) or Etxebarri(a) may refer to:
Etxebarri, a town and municipality in Biscay in the Basque Country, Spain
Etxebarri (Metro Bilbao), a station of the Line 1 and Line 2 of Metro Bilbao
Etxebarria, a town of Biscay in the Basque Country, Spain
Etxeberria or Echevarría, a surname of Basque originList of James Bond allies
Following is a list of recurring and notable allies of James Bond who appear throughout the film series and novels.List of Mexican films of 2016
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This article contains a list of well-known Mexicans in science, publication, arts, politics and sports.List of Western films of the 2000s
A list of Western films released in the 2000s (decade).Memories of My Melancholy Whores
Memories of My Melancholy Whores (Spanish: Memoria de mis putas tristes) is a novella by Gabriel García Márquez. The book was originally published in Spanish in 2004, with an English translation by Edith Grossman published in October 2005.The Alamo (2004 film)
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The screenplay is credited to Hancock, John Sayles, Stephen Gaghan, and Leslie Bohem. In contrast to the earlier 1960 film of the same name, the 2004 film attempts to depict the political points of view of both the Mexican and Texan sides; Santa Anna is a more prominent character. The film received mixed reviews by critics and was a massive box office bomb, losing the studio over $146 million.The Chosen (2016 film)
The Chosen (Spanish: El elegido) is a 2016 film written and directed by Antonio Chavarrías. The film stars Hannah Murray, Alfonso Herrera, Julian Sands and Henry Goodman. The movie was filmed in Coyoacán, Mexico and Barcelona, Spain, and its release was scheduled for the first part of 2016. The film is based on the murder of Leon Trotsky in 1940.