Alfonso Cuarón

Cuarón in July 2013 Alfonso Cuarón ( , ; born 28 November 1961) is a Mexican film director, screenwriter, producer, cinematographer, and editor.

Several of his films have received critical acclaim and accolades. He has been nominated for 11 Academy Awards winning four of them, including two Best Director awards for ''Gravity'' (2013) and ''Roma'' (2018). He is the first Latin American director to receive the award for Best Director followed by his friends Alejandro González Iñárritu, and Guillermo del Toro. He has also received Academy Awards for Best Film Editing for ''Gravity'' and Best Cinematography for ''Roma''. Cuarón has been nominated for Academy Awards in six different categories, a record he shares with Walt Disney and George Clooney.

His other notable films from a variety of film genres including the family drama ''A Little Princess'' (1995), the romantic drama ''Great Expectations'' (1998), the coming of age road comedy film ''Y tu mamá también'' (2001), the fantasy film ''Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban'' (2004), and the science fiction dystopian thriller ''Children of Men'' (2006). Provided by Wikipedia