Adolfo Dávila

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Adolfo Dávila
Born 1965
Mexico
Occupation Film director
Awards Best Experimental Film (Reves); Grand Chameleon Prize, Williamsburg Brooklyn Film Festival;

Adolfo Dávila García (born 1965) is a Mexican video and film director who has primarily directed short films and documentaries.[1]

Awards[edit]

Davila's short film Reves was named Best Experimental Film, and also captured the Grand Chameleon prize at the Brooklyn Film Festival in 2000.[2][3]

Filmography[edit]

  • Apizmiki (1989) (Documentary)
  • Los Que Se Van (1991) (Documentary)
  • OaxaCalifornia (1993) (Documentary)
  • Raza (1993) (Documentary)
  • Glimpses (1995) (Short Film)
  • Merolicos, Magos, Músicos y Mentirosos (1997) (Documentary)
  • Reves (1999) (Short Film)
  • Doble Jornada (2007) (Short Film)
  • Lluvia de Ideas (2009) (Short Film)
  • Los Dos Pérez (2009) (Short Film)[4]
  • El Refugio (2013) (Short Film)
  • Tzu Kgosni / Niño Volador (Feature Film) (In Progress)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rebelion. Festival de Cine Inmigrante de San Francisco 14 Oct 2010 "Las obras seleccionadas son Border Gathering (Encuentro en la frontera) de Adolfo Dávila García (México), .."
  2. ^ "2000 edition winners". Brooklyn International Film Festival. Archived from the original on 3 April 2009. Retrieved 2009-03-20. 
  3. ^ "Awards for Adolfo Davila". IMDB. Retrieved 2009-03-20. 
  4. ^ cinetecanacional.net Los dos Pérez Dir: Adolfo Dávila García.

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