The Festival took place November 9 to 13. With 8 films competing for a three million peso incentive.
Following his debut in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Tenoch Huerta was recognized with the ‘Sin Fronteras Award’, given by Los Cabos International Film Festival, for his contributions to international cinema.
Black Panter II was premiered november the 10th were the actor gives life to an antagonist of Mayan origin named Namor.
“The truth is that I feel very happy, awards are always caresses to the ego, and I love it when they caress my ego,” he told the media during a conversation he had with his colleague Teresa Ruiz.
It should be noted that the Canadian film “Falcon Lake”, by Charlotte Le Bon, won the award for best film in Los Cabos competition.
Los Cabos international movie festival screened at least 36 films with themes ranging from mental health, sexual abuse, nature, technology and more.