Julio Bracho

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Julio Bracho
Born (1909-07-17)17 July 1909
Durango, Mexico
Died 26 April 1978(1978-04-26) (aged 68)
Mexico City
Occupation Film director,
Theater director,
Screenwriter
Years active 1941-1978 (film)
Spouse(s) Rosenda Monteros (1955–1957)

Julio Bracho Gavilán (17 July 1909 – 26 April 1978) was a Mexican film director and screenwriter.

Bracho was born as ninth of eleven children of Julio Bracho y Zuloaga and his wife Luz Pérez Gavilán. His sister Guadalupe Bracho Pérez-Gavilán became known as Andrea Palma, his brother Jesús became known as theatrical designer and painter, and his brother Toribio, became Jesuit and missionary in China. One of his cousins was Dolores del Río. The family moved to Mexico City in 1913.[1] He was engaged in modern theater projects in Mexico, he was founding member of the Teatro de Orientación, and he founded and organized the Escolares del Teatro group, Mexico City, in 1931, as well as the Trabajadores del Teatro group in 1933, and the Teatro de la Universidad in 1936.[2] Bracho directed 50 films between 1941 and 1978. He also wrote 36 for films between 1941 and 1974.

From 1955 to 1957, he was married to actress Rosenda Monteros.[3] In 1973 he was a member of the jury at the 8th Moscow International Film Festival.[4]

Selected filmography[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bracho Gavilán, Julio (Spanish)
  2. ^ Peter Standish, Steven M. Bell: Culture and customs of Mexico, 2004, p. 193.
  3. ^ Robert, Luis. Biografía de Rosenda Monteros. Archivo de telenovelas y biografias.
  4. ^ "8th Moscow International Film Festival (1973)". MIFF. Retrieved 2012-12-25. 

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