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[eltdf_dropcaps type=”normal” color=”” background_color=””]T[/eltdf_dropcaps]he streets of San Miguel de Allende dressed in multiple colors to celebrate the magnificent presence and trajectory of actresses Dolores Heredia and Kaori Momoi. Despite the threat of rain that covered the evening, the few drops of water became waves of applause to the passage of the elegant wagon carrying both artists.
With a parade that left the Hotel Matilda and ended in the Main Garden, hundreds of people witnessed and took part in this great celebration. Subsequently he gave way to the delivery of the Silver Cross, emblematic award that bears the motto More Cinema Please!
Damian Alcazar introduced to the Mexican actress Dolores Heredia, who looked beautiful in a red dress. The actor considered for adoption sanmiguelense recounted the experience of sharing credits with Dolores precisely in this city some years ago, so now was unbeatable the stage to pay tribute this emotional. Moments later Sarah Hoch gave the Silver Cross Dolores Heredia, as well as a poignant words of thanks and admiration for his career. Next, Ricardo Villarreal, Mayor of San Miguel de Allende offered recognition as Distinguished Visitor of the city, while Fernando Olivera Rocha, Secretary of Tourism Guanajuato, Guanajuato beautiful handicrafts gave him as a present.
It was the turn of celebrating Kaori Momoi, wonderful actress and guest of honor from Japan. For this, Carlos Bolado, who recently directed her in “Duermevela” one of the eight episodes that make up the film Tales of Mexico, was on hand to present and surrender to the multifaceted artist words. The actress gave the audience; with great emotion, and support of a translator, he gave words of thanks and an absolute pleasure to visit the city for the fourth time. Similarly, the director of GIFF, Sarah Hoch, handed him the embrace and welcome the new, considering it an international icon; turn the dignitaries Ricardo Villarreal and Fernando Olivera bought her equally appointment of Distinguished Visitor and guanajuatense craftsmanship.
Dolores Heredia and Kaori Momoi homages in San Miguel de Allende officially open the nineteenth edition of Guanajuato International Film Festival and invite to say again … More Cinema Please!