These are the Latinos nominated for the Oscars 2023
Among others, Ana de Armas, Guillermo del Toro and 'Argentina 1985'.
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The Cuban actress is competing in the Best Leading Actress category for her role as Marilyn Monroe in the series "Blonde". Also competing in the same category are Cate Blanchet and Michelle Williams.
With this new achievement, De Armas became the fifth Latina to be nominated for an Oscar in the 'Best Actress' category. Other actresses who participated in this category were Yalitza Aparicio for 'Roma', Catalina Sandino Moreno for 'Maria Full of Grace', Salma Hayek and Fernanda Montenegro for 'Central Station'.
In addition to Guillermo del Toro with Pinocchio, another Mexican director nominated is Alfonso Cuarón, who participates in the Best Short Film category thanks to his role as producer with "Le pupille" ('The Pupils').
As Best International Film is the film "Argentina, 1985", directed by Santiago Mitre and starring Ricardo Darín.
"A dream came true. Thanks to everyone who made this journey possible, from the protagonists of the true story to the audience who chose it with so much love," wrote the film's producer, Axel Kuschevatzky, on his Twitter account.
At the Golden Globes close to 20% of the nominees were Latinos, unlike the Oscars where there are only three direct nominations of Latinos, reported Telemundo. This is due to the fact that the Oscars only award movies and not TV series.
The 95th Oscars will be held on Sunday 12th March at the Dolby Theatre at the Ovation Hollywood and will be broadcast live on ABC.