|6th Platino Awards|
|Awarded for||Excellence in cinematic achievements|
|Presented by||Entidad de Gestión de Derechos de los Productores Audiovisuales (EGEDA), Federación Iberoamericana de Productores Cinematográficos y Audiovisuales (FIPCA)|
|First awarded||April 5, 2014|
The awards were established in 2013, and the first awards ceremony took place on April 5, 2014 at the Teatro Anayasi, Panama City. The ceremony continues to take place annually between April and July, and awards are given to films produced during the previous year.
To reward the best Ibero-American films of each year, the Entidad de Gestión de Derechos de los Productores Audiovisuales (EGEDA) along with the Federación Iberoamericana de Productores Cinematográficos y Audiovisuales (FIPCA) decided to create the Platino Awards. The inaugural ceremony took place on April 5, 2014 at the Anayasi theatre in Panama City. The Awards were created as a window to show and promote Ibero-America´s cinematography around the world.
The awards are currently delivered in 13 categories, excluding the Platino de Honor, with a maximum of four candidates for each from the VI Edition (having been 7 candidates for the Best Film Award on the I Edition).
- Best Ibero-American Film
- Best Director
- Best Actor
- Best Actress
- Best Screenplay
- Best Original Score
- Best Animated Film
- Best Documentary
- Best Debut Film
- Best Film Editing
- Best Art Direction
- Best Cinematography
- Best Sound
- Film and Education Values
- Best Miniseries or TV series
- Best Actor in a Miniseries or TV series
- Best Actress in a Miniseries or TV series
- Platino Award for Best Ibero-American Co-Production
The following is a listing of all Platino Awards ceremonies since 2014.
|Ceremony||Date||Best Picture winner||Winner Country||Host(s)||Venue||Country|
|1st Platino Awards||April 5, 2014||Gloria||Chile||Alessandra Rosaldo, Juan Carlos Arciniegas||Teatro Anayasi, Panama City||Panama|
|2nd Platino Awards||July 18, 2015||Wild Tales||Argentina||Alessandra Rosaldo, Imanol Arias, Juan Carlos Arciniegas||Starlite Auditorio, Marbella||Spain|
|3rd Platino Awards||July 24, 2016||Embrace of the Serpent||Colombia||Natalia Oreiro, Santiago Segura, Adal Ramones||Centro de Convenciones, Punta del Este||Uruguay|
|4th Platino Awards||July 22, 2017||The Distinguished Citizen||Argentina||Carlos Latre, Natalia Oreiro||Caja Mágica, Madrid||Spain|
|5th Platino Awards||April 29, 2018||A Fantastic Woman||Chile||Eugenio Derbez||Gran Tlachco Theater, Riviera Maya||Mexico|
|6th Platino Awards||May 12, 2019||Roma||Mexico||Cecilia Suárez, Santiago Segura||Gran Tlachco Theater, Riviera Maya||Mexico|
The countries that are allowed to submit their national films for consideration are the following:
"Big Five" winners and nominees
No film has won the awards for Best Film, Director, Actor, Actress and Screenplay yet.
- Four awards won
- Wild Tales (2015): won Film, Director (Damián Szifron), Screenplay (Damián Szifron) and Actress (Érica Rivas); lost Actor (Leonardo Sbaraglia).
- One award won
- The Club (2016): won Screenplay (Pablo Larraín, Guillermo Calderón and Daniel Villalobos); lost Film, Director (Pablo Larraín), Actor (Alfredo Castro) and Actress (Antonia Zegers).
Films with two or more awards.
Films with four or more nominations.
- (in Spanish) Official Premios Platino website