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Alberto zavalía

Alberto zavalía was a screenwriter, director and film producer Argentine who was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina on may 4 in 1911 and died in the same city on 7 may 1988 after a long career in Argentine cinema.

Filmography

Director

* The other self of Marcela (1950)

* The doctor wants to tango (1949)

* Unknown father (1949)

* Man I loved (1947)

* Rose America (1946)

* The great love of Bécquer (1946)

* The end of the night (1944)

* When the orange tree flourish (1943)

* Malambo (1942)

* Concert of souls (1942)

* 20 years and a night (1941)

* Maestrita workers (1941)

* Bridesmaid (1940)

* The life of Carlos Gardel (1939)

* Florida caranchos (1938)

* Scale in the city (1935)

Producer

* Man I loved (1947)

* Estrellita (1947)

* Men honor (1946)

* A doll’s House (1943)

* Malambo (1942)

* Your first dance (1942)

* Scale in the city (1935)

Screenwriter

* The other self of Marcela (1950)

* The doctor wants to tango (1949) (screenwriter)

* The life of Carlos Gardel (1939)

* Florida caranchos (1938)

* Scale in the city (1935)

References

* Spain, Claudio; Pink, Miguel Ángel (1984) (in Spanish). Half a century of cinema (1st Edition). Buenos Aires. Publishing April S.A. and S.A. Herald Editorial. ISBN 950-10-0133-4.

* Di Núbila, Sunday (1998). The golden age of . History of the Argentine cinema I. Buenos Aires. Editions of the Goldfinch. ISBN 987-95786-5-1.

* Manrupe, Raul; Portela, Maria Alexandra (2001). A dictionary of Argentine films (1930-1995). Buenos Aires, Editorial Corregidor. ISBN 950-05-0896-6.

Román Vinoly Barreto

Román Vinoly Barreto (n 8 August 1914, Buenos Aires, Uruguay – 20 August 1970 Buenos Aires) was a film director Uruguayan – Argentinean.

Born in Montevideo, Barreto directed 30 films between 1947 and 1966, such as El Abuelo (1954) where stars such as Enrique muiño and Mecha Ortiz played.

He was also a distinguished writer of Argentina.

Barreto died in 1970 in Buenos Aires. He is the father of architect Rafael Vinoly.

Filmography

Director

* Villa delight: parking lot, background music (1966)

* The Pergola of flowers (1965)

* Order to kill (1965)

* Paper boats (1963)

* The Falcon family (1963)

* Goodnight, my love (1961)

* The potranca (1960)

* Throughout the year is Christmas (1960)

* The money of God (1959)

* Interview in hell (1959)

* Other gods (1958)

* A penny for women (1958)

* Fantoche (1957)

* Virgin men (1956)

* Horizons of stone (1956)

* Chico Viola Não Morreu (1955)

* The grandfather (1954)

* Black vampire (1953)

* The girl with the cat (1953)

* The beast must die (1952)

* This is my life (1952)

* The street next to the Moon (1951)

* A most Merry Widow (1950)

* Fangio, demon tracks (1950)

* Currents… Street dreams! (1949)

* With the sweat of your brow (1949)

* Estrellita (1947)

Screenwriter

* The potranca (1960)

* Interview in hell (1959)

* Virgin men (1956)

* Horizons of stone (1956)

* Black vampire (1953)

* The girl with the cat (1953)

* The beast must die (1952)

* Fangio, demon tracks (1950)

* The doctor wants to tango (1949)

Assistant Director

* Man I loved (1947)

* The great love of Bécquer (1946)

Television Director

* The constant suicides (1961) Series

Viale Oscar

Viale Oscar (Buenos Aires, 1932 – August 2, 1994) was an actor, screenwriter and Argentine.

Actor who won television popularity in comic roles, was fully devoted to writing scripts and plays.

His first success was in 1967 the peeled cry premiered in Buenos Aires with Elsa berenguer and Ulises dumont bass theatre.

Followed The Pucha, Encantada know him (premiered by Ana María picchio and China Zorrilla) coexistence, periphery and black road with betiana blum and Miguel Angel solá.

Their most successful theatrical was part Chumbar you (released in 1971 at the Teatro Margarita xirgu by Luis brandoni and Martha Bianchi) and on television, the Argentine TV Los campanelli classic I had come up next to Juan Carlos Mesa and Jorge Basurto and where also participated as an actor.

He was the screenwriter of the gauchos Jews so feared hell, sweet silver and do not touch the NENA, among others.

During the national reorganization process in Argentina it was exile in Spain.

“Fat” Viale was actress betiana blum partner.

Viale Oscar (Buenos Aires, 1932 – August 2, 1994) was an actor, screenwriter and Argentine.

Actor who won television popularity in comic roles, was fully devoted to writing scripts and plays.

His first success was in 1967 the peeled cry premiered in Buenos Aires with Elsa berenguer and Ulises dumont bass theatre.

Followed The Pucha, Encantada know him (premiered by Ana María picchio and China Zorrilla) coexistence, periphery and black road with betiana blum and Miguel Angel solá.

Their most successful theatrical was part Chumbar you (released in 1971 at the Teatro Margarita xirgu by Luis brandoni and Martha Bianchi) and on television, the Argentine TV Los campanelli classic I had come up next to Juan Carlos Mesa and Jorge Basurto and where also participated as an actor.

He was the screenwriter of the gauchos Jews so feared hell, sweet silver and do not touch the NENA, among others.

During the national reorganization process in Argentina it was exile in Spain.

“Fat” Viale was actress betiana blum partner.

Francisco urondo

Francisco urondo, (Santa Fe, January 10, 1930 – Mendoza, 17 June 1976) writer, militant politician Argentine and guerrilla.

He authored the screenplays of films Pajarito Gómez and terrible night together, and it has been adapted for television Madame bovary of Flaubert, Red and black of Stendhal and The Maïas of eça de queiroz.

In 1968 became Director General for culture of the Province of Santa Fe, and in 1973, Director of the Department of letters of the Faculty of philosophy and letters of the University of Buenos Aires.

As a journalist he worked in various media of the country and abroad, including Primera Plana, Panorama, Crisis, La opinion, and News.

It was and was active in the Argentine organisation Montoneros. On his death Rodolfo walsh wrote:

“Paco transfer to Mendoza was a mistake.” Which was a permanent indentation since 1975, never could keep standing. Paco lasted little semanas…It was fearing what happened, there was an encounter with a vehicle enemy, persecution, a shooting of two cars along. IBAN Paco Lucia with the nena and a companion. They had a metra but it was in the trunk. Not could take off. Paco finally stopped, looked for something on his clothes and said “Fire you”. Then added: “I took the pill (cyanide) and I feel bad”. The companion remembered Lucia said “But Dad, why did you do that”. “The companion escaped between the bullets, days later came wound to Buenos Aires…a Paco beat him two shots in the head while he was probably already dead”.

“Empuñé a gun because I look for the fair floor,” said once.[appointment required]

He was married to actress Zulema katz.

Works

* Ancient history, poetry, 1956.

* Short, poetry, 1959.

* Places, poetry, 1961.

* Names, poetry, 1963.

* On the other hand, poetry, 1967.

* Suffer, poetry, 1968.

* Long distance, poetry, Madrid, 1971.

* All of this, tales, 1966.

* Touch, short stories, 1967.

* Veraneando and farce with variations, theatre, 1966.

* Twenty years of Argentine poetry, essay, 1968.

* The previous steps, novel, 1972.

* Fusilada country, interviews, 1973 editorial crisis

Filmography

Screenwriter

Directed by Rudolf Kuhn

* Tourism road (1978)

* The ABC’s of love (1967)

* Pajarito Gómez (1965)

Directed by David stivel

* The girls TV (1965)

Biography

* Paco Urondo, just call (documentary, 2004)

Robert Alexander Tálice

Robert Alexander Tálice (1902, Buenos Aires, Uruguay – 15 March 1999, 20 may), was a renowned journalist, theatrical, critical author of Uruguayan novelist, playwright, and film.

Biography

In 1910, with only eight years, he began writing and at thirteen, in 1915, opened his first theatrical play titled La nena in the Florida Theatre of his native country. At the beginning of the 1920s he traveled to Paris (France) and later told his experience there in his book Paris is well worth a muse (Ed. Corregidor, 1986).

She settled in the city of Buenos Aires in 1923 and soon, presented their new works: the Puritans and last evasion – in collaboration with Enrique González Tuñón-. Invited by Natalio Botana, joined the drafting of the popular Daily critique as head of entertainment and worked together with Jorge Luis Borges, Roberto arlt, Horacio Rega Molina, Pablo Rojas peace and Nicolás olivari, brothers Raúl and Enrique González tuñón and Petit Murat Ulysses.

He led the theatre of 200 works, of which 32 were premiered in theaters in the city and others were represented by the Americas and Europe and even, with different languages, such as John, Jean and John, La Machorra, Don Juan confesses, the ways of God, love every night and storm. Along with Belisario García Villar and Eliseo Montaine, in 1944 designed his first film script: Centaurs in the past with stellar protagonización of Alita Román and Pedro Maratea; He also won a silver Condor for best writer of the year award. Interspersing always dramas or comedies in 1947 filmed one of his greatest film hits: cat, Mario soffici, and in the artistic medium came to work with Nelida Franco, Rosa Rosen, Luis Arata, Santiago Gomez Cou and olinda bozán.

In 1954 he ventured into men Crucible, where he collaborated with Abel Santa Cruz and the film gave him the possibility of debut many young at art in a contest organized. Several of his works in the cinematography was some distinctions of the Buenos Aires municipality Critics Association. He took part in work of Brazil.

As a representative of the Argentine authors participated in many conferences and international meetings of CISAC joined all the five continents understanding societies with headquarters in Paris and at various film festivals such as Berlin, San Sebastian and Mexico. He was also Vice President of the Pan-American Council of CISAC, founder and President during several periods of the Association of reporters film Argentina, Vice-President of the circle of journalists technicians and Theatre House, Member of the directory of the National Institute of cinematography, the national comedy Advisor, director of the comedy of the province of Buenos Aires, creator of 20 seminars of comprehensive training for theatre in Buenos Aires province, Member of the Argentina writers society (SADE), scholar of number of the Academy Porteña the Lunfardo, co-founder of the National Academy of journalism, co-founder and steering of the book fair and director LS11 Radio province.

Roberto Tálice in 1980.

He made translations and adaptations of works by Luigi pirandello, William Shakespeare, Oscar wilde, noël coward and other authors of various nationalities and gave countless talks at universities of Europe and America. From his post at Argentores (Association of the playwrights) Tálice was recognized provided that the law No. 11.723 intellectual property behind in the year 1933 the Newspaper Clarin, Robert Noble, founder was a model legislation. He made unavoidable collection and payment of author’s rights and led the newscast Events Argentina.

Alberto Migré book in 1974 moved into film scripts Rolando Rivas, taxi driver, previous years (1972-1973) had been brought to television on Channel 13. The plot of the film narrated the life of Rolando that has become his second wife, Natalia widower and has in her small son of that care. During a trip to Ezeiza is with Monica, his first wife (once again portrayed by Soledad silveyra who accepted the role of a year’s absence in the program), with whom he lived a tempestuous relationship. Now she is hostess, it has become bankrupt and seems to have changed. Between the two is reborn fire time seemed turned off.

Among his literary works premier authors on include The Malevo Muñóz (Ed. Corregidor, 1996), 100,000 copies per hour, in 1977 and 1989, the great charade (Ed. j. m. Serrano, 1922), among others. He held positions in newspapers, journals and publications of the Río de la Plata, specializing in theatrical and film criticism. He participated as a correspondent, traveller and/or Special Envoy on international missions and press Filmada for his performance in newscasts cinematographic and documentary producers, as well as in international congresses held in Buenos Aires, Montevideo, Mexico and Palma de Mallorca.

In his career, he received countless awards from the National Commission for culture, Argentores, Ministry of public education of Uruguay, the home theater , etc. He was also the premier strip of SADE, the Premio Nacional de Teatro Uruguay, the silver pen Pen Club and the plaque of honour awarded by the Pan-American Congress of CISAC in Madrid in 1986.

In 1990 was declared illustrious citizen of the city of Buenos Aires, in 1997 the Honorable Chamber of Deputies appointed as most Notable Argentino and in 1999, a month of his death, Presidency Secretary of the nation named him Argentina culture Emerita personality. He died at age 97 in clinical Santa Isabel, and his remains were buried in the Pantheon of the La chacarita cemetery actors.

Filmography

Screenwriter:

* Rolando Rivas, taxi driver (1974)

* Today celebrates its birthday MOM (1948)

* The price of a life (1947)

* CAT (1947)

Argument:

* Bewitched Island (unpublished – 1955)

* Crucible of men (1954)

Author:

* Saturday of sin (not released commercially – 1954)

* Centaurs from the past (1944)

Adaptation to the Spanish:

* Paradise (1953)

Production:

* Evasion (1947)

Tulio Demicheli

Tulio Demicheli (born 5 August 1914 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and died on 25 May 1992 in Madrid, Spain) was a film director and screenwriter Argentine. He had a long career in Argentina and in Europe.

Filmography

As a writer

* The mystery of Eva Perón (1987)

* The sex of the rich (1984)

* Already no more (1984)

* With the provided body (1983)

* The eyes of a child (1982)

* Alejandra mon amour (1979)

* Seven dangerous girls (1979) (such as Tulio Micheli)

* Préstame it this evening (1978)

* Convoy Buddies (1977)

* Eva, what makes this man in your bed? (1975)

* Simon and Matthew (1975)

* Scandal (1974)

* Even Angels eat beans (1973) (such as Tullio Micheli)

* Pray for your soul… and dies (1970)

* Secretísimo (1967) (Adaption to the Spanish version)

* A man and a colt (1967)

* The Falcon and the dam (1966) (uncredited)

* Lost women (1966)

* Our agent in Casablanca (1966)

* Lisbon mission (1965)

* Challenge in Rio Bravo (1965)

* My wedding night (1961)

* Christmas in June (1960)

* There is someone behind the door (1960)

* Carmen de Ronda (1959)

* Charleston (1959)

* The follies of Barbara (1959)

* Man I like (1958)

* Love your neighbor (1958)

* A golfa (1958)

* Four cups (1958)

* Undressing, Lucretia (1958)

* God forbid (1957)

* Scenes (1957)

* Sweet enemy (1957)

* The adulteress (1956)

* Amazing tune (1956)

* A lesson in love (1956)

* Don’t forget me never (1956)

* The luminous wound (1956)

* Passionate madness (1956)

* Stronger than love (1955)

* A stranger in the ladder (1955)

* Dock Sud (1953)

* The voice of my city (1953)

* The lost melody (1952)

* Live a moment (1951)

* The immortal comedy (1951)

* My life for yours (1951)

* Arrabalera (1950)

* Far from heaven (1950)

* Only a criminal (1949)

* With the sweat of your brow (1949)

* God pays (1948)

* Cat (1947)

* Julia Sin (1947)

* The sect of the clover (1947)

* The secret of life (1947)

* Jealousy (1946)

* When in the sky to pass list (1945)

* Back in 70’s and so many (1945)

* The bitter truth (1945)

* 24 hours in the life of a woman (1944)

As director

* The mystery of Eva Perón (1987)

* The sex of the rich (1984)

* The twisted lines of God (1983)

* With the provided body (1983)

* The eyes of a child (1982)

* Girlfriend, wife and mistress (1981)

* Black Angel (1970)

* Sex call (1977)

* Préstame it this evening (1978)

* Eva, what makes this man in your bed? (1975)

* Foul play in Panama (1975)

* Welcome, Mister Krif (1975)

* Shoshena (1974)

* She (1973)

* Reckoning (1973)

* One, two, three… shoot again (1973)

* Alibi in red disc (1972) (such as Tullius Demichelli)

* Pray for your soul… and dies (1970)

* Monsters of terror (1970) (such as Tullius Demichelli)

* A man and a colt (1967)

* Lost women (1966)

* Our agent in Casablanca (1966)

* Lisbon mission (1965)

* Challenge in Rio Bravo (1965)

* The first adventure (1965)

* The chosen (1964)

* The son of Captain Blood (1962) (Tullio Demicheli)    * My wedding night (1961)

* Christmas in June (1960)

* The love that I gave you (1960)

* The sky home (1960)

* There is someone behind the door (1960)

* Carmen de Ronda (1959)

* Charleston (1959)

* The follies of Barbara (1959)

* Man I like (1958)

* Love your neighbor (1958)

* A golfa (1958)

* Préstame your body (1958)

* Four cups (1958)

* Undressing, Lucretia (1958)

* God forbid (1957)

* Scenes (1957)

* Happy new year, my love (1957)

* The adulteress (1956)

* Amazing tune (1956)

* The luminous wound (1956)

* Passionate madness (1956)

* Stronger than love (1955)

* A stranger in the ladder (1955)

* Dock Sud (1953)

* The voice of my city (1953)

* The lost melody (1952)

* Duty room (1952)

* Live a moment (1951)

* Arrabalera (1950)

As a producer

* Our agent in Casablanca (1966)

* Lisbon mission (1965)

* The first adventure (1965)

* The Lord of La Salle (1964)

As editor

* Only a criminal (1949)

As Assistant Director

Pablo Trapero

Pablo Trapero (born 4 October 1971, San Justo, Gran Buenos Aires) is a film director argentino. It is one of the greatest exponents of the new Argentine cinema emerged in the mid-1990s. His films are cut realistic, almost documentary, portraying normal people in everyday activities often highlighting the injustices of contemporary society.

Biography

He began his career with the timing of some shorts, until he made his first feature film, World crane, in 1998. The film earned the award best director at the first edition of the International Festival of cinema of Buenos Aires in the year 1999.

After World crane, in 2002 he created which is considered his best work, El bonaerense, which addresses issues of insecurity and unemployment, narrated part of police corruption. The film is not only a mere criticism to the police but it also shows the unfair labour relations of NCOs and are how mistreated until often cruelly by their superiors. The elegant aesthetics of El bonaerense, with the addition of a good management of time, have transformed it into one of the most important works of Argentine cinema.

In 2004, made rolling family, a road movie comedy tint. He has performed, in addition, as a producer and screenwriter.

Shorts

* Brat spoiled (1993)

* Business (1995)

* Naikkor (2001)

Feature films

* Crane world (1999)

* The Buenos Aires (2002)

* Rolling family (2004)

* Born and bred (2006)

* Leonera (2008)

* Carancho (2010)

Carlos Torres

Carlos Torres was an actor and film director, Editor and cinematographer argentino in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1898 and died in the same city in 1956. His real name was Jesus Torres rivers and his brother and uncle were Leopoldo Torres rivers and Leopoldo Torre nilsson film directors respectively.

Filmography

Director of photography

* The son of street (1949)

* Beware of imitations (1948)

* The husband should follow him (1948)

* His last match (1948)

* Santos Vega returns (1947)

* The man on Saturday (1947)

* The most honest woman in the world (1947)

* The devil was in the choclos (1946)

* My sky of Andalusia (1942)

* Light a match (1940)

* Scoundrel (1940)

* Above all lawns (1939)

* You telegrams them of Mendieta (1939)

* Rivero conducted (1938)

* Goodbye Buenos Aires (1938)

* Gaucho cross stay (1938)

* Return to the nest (1938)

* What happened to Reynoso (1937)

* Sorry, older (1927)    * Buenos Aires, city of dream (1922)

* The Gaucho (1921)

* Blonde pigeons (1920)

Director

* We are all tenants (1954)

* La niña de fuego (1952)

* Strange land (1951)

* Pace, salt and pepper (1951)

* Steel Roadsters (1950)

* Mary took the blame (1950)

* Using the same colors (1949)

* Fire on the mountain (1943)

* The Moon in the well (1942)

* A good man (1941)

Screenwriter

* Steel Roadsters (1950)

* Mary took the blame (1950)

* Fire on the mountain (1943)

Editor

* Steel Roadsters (1950)

* The Moon in the well (1942)

* Blue ponchos (1942)

Producer

* The Gaucho (1921)

References

* Di Núbila, Sunday (1998). The golden age of . History of the Argentine cinema I. Buenos Aires. Editions of the Goldfinch. ISBN 987-95786-5-1.

* Manrupe, Raul; Portela, Maria Alexandra (2001). A dictionary of Argentine films (1930-1995). Buenos Aires, Editorial Corregidor. ISBN 950-05-0896-6.

* Conselo, Jorge Miguel (1974). Leopoldo torres rivers: the cinema feeling. Buenos Aires. Ediciones Corregidor.

Raúl de la Torre

Raúl de la Torre (February 19, 1938 – March 19, 2010 [ 1 ]) was a film director argentino. He earned five international awards. Their awards include two times silver Condor for best film by John Lamaglia and Ms. and so feared hell, the award for best director for the second and the Konex awar

Filmography

Director

1. Peperina (1995)

2. Funes, a great love (1993)

3. Hidden color (1988)

4. Poor Butterfly (1986)

5. Pubis angelical (1982)

6. So feared hell (1980)

7. Single (1976)

8. Revolution (1973)

9. Heroin (1972)

10. Chronicle of a lady (1971)

11. Mr. and Mrs. John Lamaglia (1970)

Screenwriter

1. Peperina (1995)

2. Funes, a great love (1993)

3. Hidden color (1988)

4. Poor Butterfly (1986)

5. Pubis angelical (1982)

6. Single (1976)

7. Revolution (1973)

8. Heroin (1972)

9. Chronicle of a lady (1971)

10. Mr. and Mrs. John Lamaglia (1970)

Daniel Tinayre

Daniel Tinayre (Paris, France, September 13, 1910 – Buenos Aires, Argentina, 24 October 1994) was a film director, screenwriter and film producer Argentine born in France.

Very young he moved to Buenos Aires, Tinayre directed 23 films from 1934 to 1974, among the most outstanding thriller 1947 in cold blood with Amelia bence and Tito Alonso.

He was also an acclaimed writer-producer simultaneously contribute in these areas to their films directed in film Argentina.

Among his more held productions in burning darkness (1958) with duilio marzio, mirtha legrand, Lautaro murúa and Luisa vehil, the patota with Mirtha Legrand on one face with Jorge Mistral Silvia Legrand, Mirtha and Milagros de la Vega and La mary with Susana Giménez and Carlos Monzón.

He died in 1994.

He was survived by his two sons (Daniel and Marcela) and his widow, actress and hostess mirtha legrand, who was the architect of your career.

Movies

* “Cold blood” (1947)

* “Dance of fire” (1948)

* “Passport to River” (1948)

* “La vendedora de fantasies” (1952)

* “In the burning darkness” (1958)

* “The patota” (1960)

* “The thug” (1961)

* “Under a same face” (1962)

* “The cicada is not a bug” (1963)

* “Strange tenderness” (1964)

* “kuma ching” (1969)

* “mary” (1974)