This 2023, Le Pupille of Alfonso Cuarón which he coproduced with Alice Rohrwacher, has been nominated to best short film and has great possibilities of winning since it has great names of the world of film associated with it.
Alfonso Cuarón has been, for many years, an example of filmmaking in Mexico and the world, and every one of his films is a guarantee in script, music, photography, cast and production. Not for nothing he has already 5 Oscar Awards in his possession and others such as the BAFTA, Golden Globes, Goya and a long list of the best film festivals in the world.
Le Pupille is an interesting film because it goes from being something innocent to extremely introspective, tough and, at times, challenging the Church, the manipulation of the worshippers and the daily lives of orphan girls in Italy during WWII.
Le Pupille is an example that we do not need complicated stories, green screens or overly fantastic characters, sometimes the simplest characters and facts that seem common can also make great and loveable films.
Alfonso Cuarón is a great Mexican filmmaker whose films will now be forever in the Mexican public imagination and the rest of the world, so it shouldn’t be a surprise if he won an Oscar for this Italian short film.
Olmo Cuarón is the son of Alfonso Cuarón and is currently 18 years old and is getting ready to train professionally for film animation, something he has been interested in due to his father’s work and for belonging to an extremely artistic family; Tess Bu Cuarón and Jonás Cuarón, his older siblings, are also dedicated to activities related to art and creativity.
Olmo Cuarón has stated publicly that his greatest interest is in film, and so it is highly probable that in a near future we will see his first professional work.
Olmo Cuarón has been very active in social media and in YouTube, where he has his channel in which he shows his talent in the world of animation https://www.youtube.com/@watgh.