Antonio Gasset

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Antonio Gasset
Born Antonio Gasset Dubois
1940
Madrid, Spain
Nationality Spanish
Occupation Journalist, TV Host

Antonio Gasset Dubois (born in 1946, in Madrid, Spain) is a Spanish journalist, television host and movie critic. He is best known for his work as director and television host of the TVE program Días de cine, having won the award for best educational program during the 2002 Premios Iris.

He was director of Los hábitos del incendiario 1970.[1]

From the 1970s into the early-1980s, Antonio starred in several Spanish films.[2]

In 1994 he became director of the program Días de cine, with Aitana Sánchez Gijón as host (though Antonio would replace him a year later). On September 23, 2003, once again as both director and host, he debuted the television show Off Cinema, which attempted to spread independent film to a broad audience.

On December 20, 2007, the last episode of Días de cine aired.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jose Maria Caparros Lera El cine español de la democracia: De la muerte de Franco al ... - 1992 - Page 122 "... se unirían más tarde otros cineastas «mesetarios» — algunos asociados en cooperativa también, Buho Film e In-Scram ... 1969; Bolero de amor, 1970), Antonio Gasset (Los hábitos del incendiario, 1970)"
  2. ^ Historical Dictionary of Spanish Cinema Alberto Mira - 2010 - Page 26 "Director Ivan Zulueta wrote the script from an early version by Augusto M. Torres and Antonio Gasset, which was so completely reworked that both writers have given up any claim at authorship. "