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First Cinema Tropical Awards 2010 Celebrates Top Tens of the Decade

By Maria Esteves – October 4, 2010

The First Cinema Tropical Awards 2010 will commence on Friday, October 22, at the Times Center, New York. Cinema Tropical created by Carlos A. Gutiérrez and Monika Wagenberg, the awards are presented in partnership with Voces, Latino Heritage Network of The New York Times, IFC Center, Jorge Pinto Books, BOMB Magazine, and Americas Society.

This year's awards honoring the ten best Latin American films of the decade (2000-2009) will showcase at the IFC Center, New York, October 18-24,2010. The 10 Best Latin American Films of the decade are:

Amores Perros, directed by Alejandro González Iñárritu (Mexico, 2000)Cidade de Deus (City of God), directed by Fernando Meirelles (Brazil, 2002)

El Laberinto Del Fauno (Pan's Labyrinth), directed by Guillermo del Toro (Mexico/Spain, 2006)

La Ciénaga, directed by Lucrecia Martel (Argentina, 2001)

La Mujer Sin Cabeza (The Headless Woman), directed by Lucrecia Martel) (Argentina, 2008)

La Niña Santa (The Holy Girl), directed by Lucrecia Martel (Argentina, 2004)

Luz silenciosa (Silent Light), directed by Carlos Reygadas (Mexico, 2007)

Ônibus 174 (Bus 174), co-directed by Jose Padilha and Felipe Lacerda (Brazil, 2002)

Whisky, directed by Juan Pablo Rebella and Pablo Stoll (Uruguay, 2004)

Y Tu Mamá También, directed by Alfonso Cuarón (Mexico, 2001)

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