38th Ariel Awards

The 38th Ariel Awards ceremony, organized by the Mexican Academy of Film Arts and Sciences (AMACC) took place on July 22, 1996, in Mexico City. During the ceremony, AMACC presented the Ariel Award in 25 categories honoring films released in 1995. Sin Remitente received four awards out of 14 nominations, including Best Picture and Best Director for Carlos Carrera. La Reina de la Noche was the most awarded film with six awards; La Línea Paterna and Sobrenatural with three; Dulces Compañías, El Anzuelo and Mujeres Insumisas with two; and Entre Pancho Villa y Una Mujer Desnuda, Domingo Siete, De Tripas, Corazón, and El Abuelo Cheno y Otras Historias with one.[1]

38th Ariel Awards
DateJuly 22, 1996
Highlights
Best PictureSin Remitente
Most awardsLa Reina de la Noche (6)
Most nominationsMujeres Insumisas (16)

Winners and nomineesEdit

Winners are listed first and highlighted with boldface.[1]

Best Actor in a Minor Role
Best Actress in a Minor Role
Best Original Story
Best Screenplay
  • La Línea Paterna – José Buil based on his original story
    • Dulces Compañías – Oscar Blancarte based on the plays Un Misterioso Pacto and Bajo el Silencio by Óscar Liera
    • Mujeres Insumisas – Alberto Isaac from his original story
    • La Reina de la Noche – Paz Alicia Garciadiego based on her original story
    • Sin Remitente – Ignacio Ortíz Cruz and Silvia Pasternac based on the play La Carta de Amor by Paula Markovitch
Best First Feature Film
Best Documentary Feature
  • La Línea Paterna – José Buil and Maryse Sistach
    • El Pueblo Mexicano Que Camina – Juan Francisco Urrusti
    • Un Beso a Esta Tierra – Daniel Goldberg
Best Best Medium-Length Fiction Film
  • Domingo Siete  – Flavio González
Best Live Action Short Film
  • De Tripas, Corazón – Antonio Urrutia
    • Félix, Como el Gato – Gilberto Gazcón Fazi
    • Un Pedazo de Noche – Roberto Rochín
Best Documentary Short Subject
Best Original Score
  • Dulces Compañías – Oscar Reynoso
Best Original Music Theme or Song
Best Cinematography
Best Film Editing
Best Production Design
Best Set Design
  • La Reina de la Noche – Ángeles Martínez and Eduardo Corona
    • Mujeres Insumisas – Teresa Pecanins
    • Salón México – Carmen Giménez Cacho and Patricia Nava
    • Sin Remitente – Gloria Carrasco
Best Costume Design
Best Makeup
  • (No winner announced)
    • Mujeres Insumisas – Teresa Patterson
    • Salón México – Sergio Espinoza
    • Sobrenatural – Alfredo Tigre Mora and Eduardo Gómez
Best Sound
  • Sobrenatural – Gabriel Romo, Miguel Sandoval and Rogelio Villanueva
    • Dulces Compañías – Miguel Sandoval
    • Salón México – Nerio Barberis and Samuel Larson
    • Sin Remitente – Nerio Barberis and Salvador de la Fuente
    • Sucesos Distantes – Salvador de la Fuente
Best Special Effects

Special awardsEdit

  • Golden Ariel – Raúl Lavista
  • Special Silver Ariel – Jorge Stahl Jr. and Luis Aguilar
  • Salvador Toscano Medal – Emilio García Riera
  • Special recognition – Columba Domínguez
  • Honorary diploma – Cineteca Nacional, Sindicato de Trabajadores de la Industria Cinematográfica (Sección 49), and Sindicato de Trabajadores de la Producción Cinematográfica (Sección de Técnicos y Manuales)

Multiple nominations and awardsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "XXXVIII 1996 — Ganadores y nominados" (in Spanish). Asociación Mexicana de Artes y Ciencias Cinematográficas. 1996. Retrieved May 24, 2016.