It was all about the tres amigos at Universal’s preem for Alfonso Cuaron‘s “Children of Men.”
The helmer was joined by fellow Mexican colleagues Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu and Guillermo del Toro, with the troika creating something of an auteur frenzy at the center of the post-screening bash at a Westwood wine bar.
More support came in the form of thesp Salma Hayek, director Rodrigo Garcia and composer Gustavo Santaolalla, who mixed with U brass including David Linde and Donna Langley.
Cuaron, who also was on hand for the pic’s Venice film fest bow in September, said he’d worked on color correction since then but nothing else on the film had changed.
Producer Marc Abraham weighed in on the pic’s ambitious 82-day shoot to create a post-apocalyptic 2027 Britain where women can no longer bear children, noting that Cuaron “never lost focus.”