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Behind Closed Doors with Alfonso Cuarón. January 8, 2014. David Buchan/Getty Images

Behind Closed Doors with Alfonso Cuarón: Full Video

13 January 14

BAFTA Los Angeles welcomed Alfonso Cuarón to the popular Behind Closed Doors interview series, inviting the world's leading talents to discuss their craft and share their experiences.

Held at the Landmark Theater and moderated by filmmaker Gavin Scott, BAFTA Los Angeles hosted an evening of discussion with the award-winning filmmaker whose extensive career includes A Little Princess, Y Tu Mamá También, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Children of Men, and Gravity.

Alfonso joined a sold-out room of members and guests for a candid discussion on an international career that includes his work on the iconic Harry Potter series, is extensive work in Mexico, and the technological marvel of bringing Gravity to the big screen.

Our Behind Closed Doors series is an exclusive series of intimate conversations with the industry's elite. Distinguished, award-winning individuals join us for career-spanning interviews before a live theater audience, chronicling their careers and experiences within the film and television industry.

Alfonso also took time to meet BAFTA Los Angeles Scholarship recipient and USC Student Aneil Karia .

Alfonso Cuarón
Alfonso Cuarón David Buchan/Getty Images

Alfonso Cuarón
Alfonso Cuarón with Aneil Karia David Buchan/Getty Images

Alfonso Cuarón
Alfonso Cuarón with Gavin Scott David Buchan/Getty Images

Learn more about our Behind Closed Doors series here .

Recent guests have included John Goodman, John Hurt, Quentin Tarantino, Keira Knightley, Robert Zemeckis, Danny Boyle, Tilda Swinton, David O. Russell and Aaron Sorkin.

Presented with thanks to our partners at The Camera House

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We are pleased to present the interview in full below.

(Viewer Discretion Advised: May contain adult language and themes).

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