Alfonso Cuarón

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Alfonso Cuarón is a Mexican screenwriter, film director and producer. He is the father of filmmaker Jonás Cuarón.

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Alfonso Cuarón's  Gravity  is a bona fide hit -- having grossed close to $700 million worldwide and garnered ten Oscar nominations.

Alfonso Cuaron

Alfonso Cuarón's Gravity  is a bona fide hit -- having grossed close to $700 million worldwide and garnered ten Oscar nominations.

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