Mexico City, July 24th, 2017 – Reaffirming its commitment to the arts and entertainment industry, Grupo Vidanta – leading tourism developer and destination resorts operator in Mexico and Latin America – will sponsor the 5th annual Platinum Awards, which recognizes the most outstanding professionals in the Ibero-American film industry.
Miguel Bosé, internationally acclaimed pop musician and actor from Spain, passed the baton to Diego Boneta, actor, singer and model from Mexico, on Saturday, July 22, 2017, during the Platinum Awards Gala celebrated in Madrid, Spain, to announce the new location for next year.
The 2018 awards ceremony will be held in Riviera Maya – the first time the awards will be held in Mexico – where previously Panama, Spain, and Uruguay have played host. The spectacular Vidanta Theater in Riviera Maya will host a series of celebratory events in honor of the internationally acclaimed awards paying tribute to the best directors, actors, actresses, screenwriters, musicians and producers and films directed in the Iberian Peninsula, Latin America and the Caribbean.
“With great pride, we look forward to welcoming the 2018 Platinum Awards to the Vidanta Theatre, home to JOYÀ by Cirque du Soleil, to celebrate the most notable talent among Ibero-American cinema,” said Ivan Chavez, Executive Vice President of Grupo Vidanta. “Grupo Vidanta is committed to supporting the entertainment industry and its role in showcasing the diverse appeal that Mexico offers as a tourist destination. We are truly thrilled to host this prestigious international awards ceremony and will continue our efforts to spotlight Mexican tourism through the arts.”
Sponsorship of the Platinum Awards furthers Vidanta’s ongoing support of the entertainment industry, from on-location filming of James Bond Spectre, to offering high-quality guest entertainment through partnerships with Cirque du Soleil and Hakkasan Group.
Previous years’ celebrated talent include Eugenio Derbez and Antonio Banderas. This year, nominees were announced in Beverly Hills by Angie Cepeda, Edward James Olmos, Kate del Castillo and Miguel Angel Silvestre, and nominees for the best Ibero-American fiction film include Aquarius (Doña Clara) by Kleber Mendonça Filho (Brazil, France); The illustrious citizen of Gastón Duprat and Mariano Cohn (Argentina, Spain); The man of the thousand faces of Alberto Rodríguez (Spain); Julieta de Pedro Almodóvar (Spain); and Neruda by Pablo Larraín (Chile, France, Argentina, United States and Spain).
For more information about Vidanta’s entertainment options, please visit: vidanta.com
For more information about Platinum Awards, visit: premiosplatino.com