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The name was coined by Guillermo del Toro, who calls cinematography "the new Esperanto". Filmoj is the Esperanto word for films, and Cuarón has publicly shown his support and fascination for the constructed international language.
An associated company is Producciones Anhelo, owned by Jorge Vergara, a Mexican business man, as well as Alfonso Cuarón.
- Duck Season (2004, also distribution in United States)
- Chronicles (2004)
- The Assassination of Richard Nixon (2004)
- Pan's Labyrinth (2006)
- Year of the Nail (2007)
- The Possibility of Hope (2007)
- The Shock Doctrine (short, 2007)
- Rudo y Cursi (2008)
- Gravity (2013)
- Believe (2014, co-produced with Bad Robot Productions and Warner Bros. Television)
- Roma (2018, co-produced with Participant Media and Netflix)
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