1994 in Mexico


1994 in Mexico

=Arts and entertainment=

Film

* June 6 – The XXXVI edition of the Ariel Award by the Mexican Academy of Film takes place at the Palacio de Bellas Artes in Mexico City
* "El callejón de los milagros" of Jorge Fons
* "Bienvenido-Welcome" of Gabriel Retes
* "Dos crímenes" of Roberto Sneider
* "Hasta morir" of Fernando Sariñana
* "El jardín del edén" of María Novaro
* "La reina de la noche" of Arturo Ripstein
* "Mujeres insumisas" of Alberto Isaac
* "Dulces compañías" of Oscar Blancarte
* "Un volcán con lava de hielo" (short) of Valentina Leduc
* "El árbol de la música" (short) of Sabina Berman & Isabel Tardán
* "Del otro lado del mar" (short) of Marcela Arteaga

Telenovelas

* "Dos mujeres, un camino", on Televisa
* "Marimar", on Televisa
* "Volver a empezar", on Televisa

Deaths

* March 23 – Luis Donaldo Colosio (43), candidate to the Presidency of Mexico
* September 28 – José Francisco Ruiz Massieu (48), politician

Disasters

* August 11 – Hurricane John starts in southern Mexico
* October 11 – Hurricane Rosa kills four in Nayarit and Durango

Foreign affairs

* January 1 – The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) between Mexico, Canada and the United States goes into effect
* January 1 – The Zapatista Army of National Liberation goes public in response to NAFTA

Politics

* August 21 – Presidential elections
* December – economic crisis in Mexico with the peso losing a third of its value
* December – The Fobaproa is applied in response to the economic crisis
* December – El Barzón is created in response to the economic crisis

ports

* July 5 – Mexico loses 1-3 versus Bulgaria and is eliminated from the Football World Cup 1994


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