Fernando Ayala

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Fernando Ayala
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Born (1920-07-02)2 July 1920
Gualeguay, Entre Rios
Died 11 September 1997(1997-09-11) (aged 77)
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Occupation Film director, screenwriter
Years active 1955-1991

Fernando Ayala (2 July 1920 – 11 September 1997) was an Argentine film producer, film director, screenwriter and film producer of the classic era. He is widely considered one of the most important Argentine film directors and producers in the history of the Cinema of Argentina.

Demicheli initially began as a trainee assistant director in 1942 in El Viaje and within two years he had become an assistant director. By 1949 he had developed into a main film director beginning his role as a film producer in the films he directed and some others in 1958. Between 1950 and 1987 he was involved in the direcotrship and production of well over 40 films, directing and producing films such as Ayer fue primavera (1955) and Argentinísima and Argentinísima II in 1972 and 1973 respectively. In 1963 he was a member of the jury at the 13th Berlin International Film Festival.[1] His 1983 film The Deal was entered into the 13th Moscow International Film Festival where it won a Special Diploma.[2]

Filmography[edit]

Director[edit]

  • Dios los cría (1991)
  • El año del conejo (1987)
  • Sobredosis (1986)
  • Pasajeros de una pesadilla (1984)
  • El arreglo (1983)
  • Plata dulce (1982)
  • Abierto día y noche (1981)
  • Días de ilusión (1980)
  • Desde el abismo (1979)
  • Los médicos (1978)
  • El canto cuenta su historia (1976)
  • Triángulo de cuatro (1975)
  • Argentinísima II (1973)
  • Argentinísima (1972)
  • El professor tirabombas (1972)
  • Argentino hasta la muerte (1971)
  • La gran ruta (1971)
  • La guita (1970)
  • El professor patagónico (1970)
  • La fiaca (1969)
  • El professor hippie (1969)
  • En mi casa mando yo (1968)
  • Cuando los hombres hablan de mujeres (1967)
  • Las locas del conventillo (María y la otra) (1966)
  • Hotel alojamiento (1966)
  • Con gusto a rabia (1965)
  • Viaje de una noche de verano (1965)
  • Primero yo (1964)
  • La industria del matrimonio (1964)
  • Paula cautiva (1963)
  • Sábado a la noche, cine (1960)
  • El candidato (1959)
  • El jefe (1958)
  • Una viuda difícil (1957)
  • Los tallos amargos (1956)
  • Ayer fue primavera (1955)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Berlinale: Juries". berlinale.de. Retrieved 2010-02-13. 
  2. ^ "13th Moscow International Film Festival (1983)". MIFF. Retrieved 2013-01-31. 

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