Felipe Cazals

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Felipe Cazals
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Cazals in 2013
Born (1937-07-28) 28 July 1937 (age 79)
Mexico
Occupation Film director

Felipe Cazals (born 28 July 1937) is a Mexican film director, screenwriter and producer. His parents were from France but he is registered as born in Mexico, D.F. His wife is Rosa Eugenia Báez de Cazals.

Together with Arturo Ripstein, Cazals is considered in Mexico one of the most representative film directors of his generation. With his films Las Inocentes (1986), Las Poquianchis (1976), El Apando (1976) and Canoa (1976), he is considered to be one of the most creative and bitter-critic[clarification needed] filmmaker in the history of Latin American movies. Canoa was entered into the 26th Berlin International Film Festival, where it won the Silver Bear - Special Jury Prize.[1] His 1973 film Aquellos años was entered into the 8th Moscow International Film Festival where it won a Special Prize.[2]

Filmography[edit]

  • Ciudadano Buelna (2012)
  • Chico Grande (2010)
  • Las Vueltas del citrillo (2006)
  • Digna... hasta el último aliento (2004)
  • Su alteza serenísima (2000), His Most Serene Highness (International: English title)
  • Kino (1993)
  • Desvestidas y alborotadas (1991)
  • Burbujas de amor (1991)
  • La Furia de un dios (1987)
  • Las Inocentes (1986)
  • Testimonios de la revolución (1986) [TV Series]
  • El Tres de copas (1986)
  • La Dama solitaria (1985) [TV Series]
  • Damian (1985) [TV Series]
  • Dulce espiritu (1985) [TV Series]
  • La Habitación que silva (1985) [TV Series]
  • Pesadilla (1985) [TV Series]
  • Los Motivos de Luz (1985)
  • Centenario (1984)
  • Bajo la metralla (1983)
  • El Qué sabe, sabe (1983) [TV Series]
  • Siete cucas, Las (1981)
  • El Gran triunfo (1981)
  • Rigo es amor (1980)
  • El Año de la Peste (1979)
  • La Guera Rodríguez (1978)
  • Las Poquianchis (1976)
  • The Heist (1976)
  • Canoa (1976)
  • Investigación cientifica (1975)
  • Testimonios y documentos; Paro agrario (1975)
  • Los que viven donde el viento sopla suave (1974)
  • Aquellos años (1973)
  • The Garden of Aunt Isabel (1971)
  • Emiliano Zapata (1970)
  • Familiaridades (1969), Familiarities (International: English title)
  • La Manzana de la discordia (1968), The Apple of Discord (International: English title)
  • Alfonso Reyes (1965)
  • Leonora Carrington o el sortilegio ironico (1965)
  • Mariana Alcoforado (1965)
  • La Otra guerra (1965)
  • Que se callen... (1965)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Berlinale 1976: Prize Winners". berlinale.de. Retrieved 2010-07-16. 
  2. ^ "8th Moscow International Film Festival (1973)". MIFF. Archived from the original on January 16, 2013. Retrieved 2013-01-04. 

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