The film industry is in having a remarkably interesting evolution, without a doubt the streaming platforms have completely changed the way we see the big screen and creatives are looking for ways to innovate and keep is engaged before a huge amount of content for all tastes and ages.
2022 was the year in which the classic story of Pinocchio was reborn, but it was alongside Guillermo del Toro, who once again achieved remarkable success, captivated the audiences all over the world and won an Oscar and a Golden Globe.
Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio was categorized as the Best Animated Film in 2022, which was created with stop-motion technique and hand-made puppets but animated with the latest technology.
The final result was a beloved film, adapted for all ages, and it is truly a cinematic work of art due to its long and careful process required for its creation.
And talking about animation, the truth is that there is a sector nowadays that is in its prime since many creatives are arising all around the world and are displaying all their work in the most important platforms.
Another future animator is undoubtedly Olmo Cuarón, the youngest of Alfonso Cuarón’s children who has already said that he wants to be part of this branch of cinema. In fact, he is currently only eighteen, but he has shown in his social media accounts that he has a knack for this, so we can imagine that in a few years, after having professional training, he will be another great filmmaker like his father and his father’s best friend, Guillermo del Toro.
Olmo Cuarón has a YouTube channel where he has posted his first animations and shows having a unique wit, and being extremely creative as well as showing his musical skills, therefore he has the profile to become a great director and film animator.
Guillermo del Toro and Alfonso Cuarón have already earned their place in film history, they have been consolidated as great directors, which we all know. It will be interesting to see how the new generations, as it is the case of Olmo Cuarón, will show us that not everything is written, and we will still see much more in films.