★ Cinema of Mexico
The history of Mexican cinema goes to the end of the 19th century and early 20th century, when several enthusiasts of the new medium documented historical events – particularly the Mexican revolution – and produced some movies that have just recently been rediscovered. During the Golden age of Mexican cinema, Mexico all but dominated the Latin American film industry pelispedia.
Guadalajara international film festival-the most prestigious Latin American film festival and takes place annually in Guadalajara, Mexico. Mexico has twice won the highest award at the Cannes film festival, winning the Grand Prix du festival international du film Maria Candelaria in 1946 and the "Palme dor" Dor in 1961 for Viridiana, more than any other Latin American country.
Mexico is the fourth largest film and television production centre in North America and the largest in Latin America.
in 2019, the Roma became the first Mexican film and the third Latin American film after winning an Oscar for best foreign language film. Roma also won a BAFTA award for Best film at the 72nd British Academy awards.
Emilio "El Indio" fernández, the model for the Academy award of merit more popularly known as the Oscar statuette. According to legend, in 1928, the Mgms art Director Cedric Gibbons, one of the first members of the Academy, was commissioned to create the Academy award trophy. Need a model for his statuette, Gibbons was presented to his future wife, actress Dolores del Rio, Fernandez. Reportedly, Fernandes had to be persuaded to pose Nude for what is today known as "Oscar".
1. Silent cinema 1896-1929. (Немое кино 1896-1929)
The first "moving picture", according to film historian Jim Mora, was presented in 1895 with the help of peep show Thomas Edisons. A year later, the cinematic projector was introduced by Auguste lumière. Mexicos first queues appeared in cinemas in the capital to see international one-minute films such as players, map, arrival of a train, and a Magic hat. For "silent movie" in Mexico produced several movies, but many movies up to 1920-ies were lost and were not well documented. Moreover, the cinematograph arrived in Mexico seven months after its first projection in France, brought Claude Ferdinand Bon Bernard and Gabriel Veyre.
Film in Mexico continues to expand, the 6th of August, 1896, President Porfirio díaz invited Bernard and Bon Veyre in his residence at Chapultepec, and eight days later, the first press screening was done in what is now Madero street. This projection included the films of the lumière brothers, such as train the Larrivee Dun EN Gare De La Ciotat, and August 15 was the forecast made for the General public.
President Porfirio díaz recognized the importance of film and starred in many films, such as General acompañado El Dias de SUS Ministers, General Diaz bathroom desfile de Coches El and General Dïaz recorriendo El zócalo. In 1906 he starred in La entrevista de Los presidentes Díaz-Taft, one of the first shooting video, produced in Mexico. It was filmed by brothers Alva. However, the first fiction film to be created in Mexico was based on the reconstruction of the duel between the two deputies, called Pistola cut Duelo EN El Bosque de Chapultepec.
Mexican cinema continues to spread across the country, largely due to the business men such as Guillermo Becerril, Carlos Mongrand and Salvador Toscano. The origins of the early Mexican cinema, generally associated with Salvador Toscano barragán of which presented filmed a report. In 1898 Toscano made the country the first film with a plot, titled don Juan Tenorio. During the Mexican revolution, Toscano recorded several clips of the battles, which will be a feature-length documentary, in the name of 1950s memories of Mexican, assembled by his daughter. Other short films were either created or influenced by the French filmmakers.
In 1906, 16 movie salons opened their doors to accommodate pularity movie in Mexico city. Carpas, or tent shows, were popular beginning in 1911 where lower-class citizens would perform picaresque humor and theatrical plays, a place for training for aspiring actors. Politically affiliated films appearing in 1908, often deemed propagandistic by todays terms. Significant battles were filmed and broadcast during the revolution which fueled Mexicans excitement in the movie. In addition, the first intention to issue Mexican film industry was taken between the years 1905 and 1906, with the creation of the first Mexican distributors. Some of the most important companies of Rome Empresa Mexicana, American entertainment company, compañía Explotadora de Cinematografos and the Union of Rome.
The popularity that cinema had experienced in the early 20th century continued to grow and by 1911 fourteen movie theaters were built over and above just the year before. It was during this period that the documentary techniques were mastered as evident in the production of Alva brothers called "Revolucion" orozquista 1912. The movie was filmed in the camps of the rebels and Federal forces during the battle between General Huerta and the leader of the rebel Pascual Orozco.
The film, however, started to decline due to the lack of distributors and difficulties to make a new material. This, summed to the dangers that the combustibility of the tape, resulting in the closure of many Carpas, which were created. The result is a cinematic indistry is reduced to small companies, with Carlos Mongrand standing out from such films as Desfiles de tropas EN San Luis Potosi, carnival de Merida and the Aventuras del sexteto Uranga.
Despite the relative advancement of cinema during this period, moralistic and paternalistic ideology, Madero led to his campaign to save the lower classes from immorality through censorship. Thus, in late September and early October, 1911, city Council members appointed additional movie house inspectors, whose wages would be paid at the expense of the exhibitors. In addition, the head of the entertainment Commission has proposed the implementation of censorship, however, Victoriano Huertas coup detat in February of 1913 prevented from moving to legitimize censorship.
Although the reign Huertas was brief, the movie underwent significant changes during this period, such as the further establishment of censorship and the transition from documentary films to entertainment films. The Alva brothers production of Aniversario del fallecimineto suegra de La de Enhart is indicative of a change in the aim of Mexican cinematographers. Brothers Alva and produced films such as La entrada de Madero La capital using Indalecio Noriega Colombres inventions that enabled the phonograph to be synchronized with the projected images.
Against censorship, the Huerta government imposed a moral and political decree of censorship in approximately June 1913. This decree was imposed a few days after convencionista soldiers shot at the screen while watching El Aguila g La serpiente. The decree stated that films that were shown were prohibited: "views representing crimes, if they do not include punishment of the perpetrator, views which directly or indirectly insult the authority or a person, morality and good manners, to provoke crime or a crime, or in any way disturb the public order Mora 70."
As a result of restrictions on the content of the film, as well as the radicalization of the parties involved in armed conflict, operators and producers began to display their opinion through the films they produce. For example, favoritism toward the Zapatistas were shown in the film Sangre Hermana sister blood, 1914. In connection with the sensational content of this film, it is obvious that the producers were not interested in showing events so that the audience could come to their own conclusions.
Cinematic productions from this period reflect the style of the Italians film the dart, which was fantastic melodramas. Watch the film La Luz was the first film that tried to adopt this style, although it is considered as a plagiarism of Piero Foscos Il Fuoco. Paranagua attributes affect what the Italian was on a Mexican movie with the similarities between the situations in the two countries. Both countries were in a state of chaos and confusion – there was a war in Italy, and revolution in Mexico Paranagua 70. Once again censorship was restored from October 1, 1919. Was banned films that show acts of immortality or induced sympathy for the criminal.
In 1917, the former vaudeville star Mimi Derba, founded the Studio "Azteca," which is the most well-known films in the period between 1917 and 1923. The most successful of these films was in defence of their 1921.
The state budget needs to be trimmed as a result of the rebellion and cinematographic departments of the Ministry of education and agriculture were cut. By 1924, narrative films were at a record low since 1917.
In 1920-e years, very few films were produced, given the political climate that was still very unsteady and the revival of American filmmaking.
Famous Mexican movie stars moved to the United States. Stars like ramón Novarro, Dolores del río and Lupe vélez, became principal of the well-known Hollywood films in the 1920s and 1930s years. There are other Mexican stars in numerous films that were only Spanish-language versions of Hollywood films.
In 1994, the Mexican magazine Somos published a list of the "100 best films of the cinema of Mexico" in the 100th edition. The oldest of the chosen film" and "El automovil Gris" gray car. To make a selection, the magazine invited 25 specialists in Mexican cinema, among which stand out the critics Jorge Ayala Blanco, Nelson carro and Thomas Perez Armada, historians Eduardo de La VEGA Alfaro and Gustavo Garcia Gutierrez. The top twelve movies in order, selected from the best and then go with Pancho Villa, Los Olvidados, the godfather Mendoza, Aventurera, family, like many others, Nazarin, El, the woman from the port, place without limits, heres the point, the champion without a crown, and Enamorada.
2. The Golden Age 1930-1960. (Золотой Век 1930-1960)
In the 1930-ies, when the peace and political stability were achieved, a movie filmed in Mexico and several movies that eksperementiruyu with the new medium were done. Hollywoods attempt to create a Spanish-language films for Latin America failed mainly due to the combination of Hispanic actors of different nationalities, having different accents unfamiliar to the Mexican people. Mexican cinematographers were influenced and encouraged by Soviet Director Sergei Eisensteins visit the country in the 1930-ies.
In 1931, the first Mexican talkie movie, an adaptation of Federico Gamboas novel Santa, directed by Antonio Moreno and starred in the Mexican-Hollywood star Lupita tovar was implemented. While Sergei Eisensteins ¡Ke Viva Mexico! 1931, Mexican audiences were exposed to popular melodrama, crude comedies and Spanish-language versions of Hollywood films.
Eisensteinss visit to Mexico has inspired Directors like Emilio Fernandez and cameraman Gabriel Figueroa, and the number of Mexican films increased and improved. In the 1930-ies in the Mexican film industry has achieved considerable success with films like La mujer del Puerto 1934, Fred Zinnemanns Redes 1934 Janitzio, DOS Los monjes 1934, Alla EN El Rancho Grande 1936, the game went to Pancho Villa 1936, of Fernando de Fuentes revolution trilogy and La Zandunga.
In 1940-ies of the full potential of the industry. Actors and Directors became popular icons and even figures with political influence on various spheres of life of Mexicans. The industry received a boost as a consequence of Hollywood redirecting its efforts on propaganda films and European countries focusing on world war II, which left an open field for other industries.
Mexico dominated the film market in Latin America for most of the 1940s without competition from the US movie industry. During the Second world war the production of films in Mexico three times. The fact that Argentina and Spain had fascist governments made the Mexican film industry is the worlds largest producer of Spanish-language films in the 1940-ies. Although the Mexican government was reactionary, it encourages the production of films, which will help to formulate a true Mexican identity, in contrast to the view often seen in Hollywood movies.
The Golden age of Mexican cinema took place in the 1940-ies and beyond. The most famous actor in this period was Mario Moreno, better known as cantinflas profile. Film Ahi Esta El detalle in 1940 made cantinflas a profile of a household name and he became known as the "Mexican Charlie Chaplin". His films have been distributed in Spain and Latin America and has influenced many contemporary actors. Not until the appearance of "tin-tan" in the late 1940s did his popularity wane.
Mexican Actresses also were a focus in Mexican cinema. Sara garcía was the "grandmother of Mexico". Her career began with silent movies in 1910, moved to theatre, and ultimately the film that made her famous, no Basta ser Madre it is not enough to be a mother in 1937. Dolores del río, Another dramatic actress, became well known after her Hollywood career in the 1930-ies and its role in couple of films directed by Emilio Fernandez.
Maria Felix and Maria Candelaria in 1944, both films starred the prestigious Hollywood actress Dolores del Rio. The movies were triumphs for the Director and world-renowned cinematographer, Gabriel Figueroa especially with Maria Candelaria winning the top prize at the Cannes film festival. Other famous films Fernandez was La Perla 1945, 1946 Enamorada, Mexican-American production the fugitive 1947, Director John Ford, Rio ESCONDIDO, 1947, 1949 La Malquerida and Pueblerina 1949.
In 1948 there was another "first" for Mexican cinema: the trilogy Nosotros Los pobres, Ustedes Los rich and Pepe El Toro, starring Mexican icons Pedro Infante and Evita muñoz "Chachita" and directed by Ismael rodríguez.
The only comedian with the same level of popularity as cantinflas was German Valdez "tin-tan". Tin-tan played important characters with a Zoot suit in his films. In contrast to the profile of cantinflas, tin-tan never played pelado, but as Mexican-American. He used the slang is important in many of his movies and often used Spanish-English, the dialect that many Mexican residents disdained.
In the mid-1940s, the Spanish Director Juan eagle started producing films with the participation of Cuban and Mexican dancers. This cinematographic genre was named "Rumberas film", and was very popular among Latino audiences. The stars of this exotic genre were Maria Antonieta Pons, the sword Barba, Ninon Sevilla, Amalia Aguilar and Rosa Carmina.
Other relevant films during these years include Espaldas mojadas the Mexicans Alejandro Galindo, Aventurera a melodrama starred Ninon Sevilla, DOS Tipos de turn on the engine 1951, El long de Soledad 1952 and Los Olvidados the young and the damned 1950, a story about impoverished children in Mexico city, the Director of the ascendant Mexican Spanish Director Luis buñuel, is a very important figure during the Mexican cinema of the 1940s and 1950s years. Some of the most important Buñuels films in his Mexican period, the stairway to heaven 1952, 1953, al users ensayo de UN SGMA 1955 and 1958 Nazarin.
The themes during these years, though mostly the usual Comedy or drama, affected all aspects of Mexican society since the 19th century dictator Porfirio díaz and his court, to love stories always tainted by drama.
3. 1960s to 1980s years. (1960-1980-х годов)
See: luchador films, Ficheras movies and Mexploitation.
During the 1960s and 1970s, many cult horror and fighters were produced with professional wrestler El Santo and others. Luis buñuel released his last Mexican films: El angel exterminador 1962 and Simeon Stylites 1965.
In the late 1960s and early 1970s years of the work of the famous Mexican young filmmakers flourished: Arturo Ripsteins El Castillo de La Pureza -1972, El Lugar sin limites -1977, Luis Alcoriza Tarahumara -1965, Fe, Esperanza Caridad g -1973, and Felipe cazals, Las poquianchis so –1976–, El Apando -1976, Jorge Fons of Los cachorros –1973–, Rojo Amanecer -1989, Paul Leduc, Alejandro Jodorowskis El topo – 1972– Santa Sangre -1989, the Chilean Miguel Littins letters from Marusia -1976, Jaime Humberto Hermosillo-La pasión según Berenice –1972–, Doña Erlinda g su son -1984 and many others. His movies represented Mexico in the well-known international film festivals. American Directors as John Huston realized some Mexican-English language films, ie -1984 under the Volcano.
What is now Videocine was established in 1979 as Televicine from Emilio Azcarraga Milmo, whose family founded Televisa with which Videocine is co-owned. The company became the largest producer and distributor of theatrical movies in Mexico and remains so today. When the Videocines, it has become the norm for the Mexican movie to reach its largest post-Soviet theatre audiences through television rights the car with any of the networks "Televisa".
The film is 1961 important person the original name of the Animas Trujano was nominated for the award "Oscar" for Best foreign film and a Golden globe award for Best foreign film in 1962. The film is 1965 always in the future, won the FIPRESCI prize at the Cannes film festival in 1965. The film was also selected as the Mexican entry for the Best foreign language film at the 38th ceremony of the Oscar, but was not accepted as a candidate. Some of the films nominated for the award "Oscar" for Best foreign films of that time are the Macario 1960, 1962 Pearl of Tlayucan original title, 1975 letters from Marusia original title the works of de Marusia.
4. New Mexican Movie Mexican Movie. (Новый Мексиканский Фильм Мексиканского Кино)
Mexican cinema has experienced the 1960s and 1970s, years before state support for the industry and the creation of state supported film helped create a new cinema the Mexican the new Mexican cinema in the 1990-ies. The period from the beginning of 1990-ies till the present time regarded as the Prime era of the new Mexican cinema.
It was first carried out with high quality films by Arturo Ripstein, Alfonso Arau, Alfonso cuarón and maría Novaro. Among the films produced at this time were solo con Tu Pareja 1991, Como Agua para chocolate like water for chocolate 1992, 1993 Kronos, El Callejón de Los Milagros 1995, profundo carmesi 1996, Sexo, pudor y Lagrimas 1999, the, other conquest 2000, and others such as La Misma Luna 2007.
The last few Amores Perros Alejandro gonzález iñárritu, y Tu Mama tambien Alfonso Cuaron, al shop del Padre Amaro Carlos Carrera, Arrancame La Vida, Roberto Schneider, 2010 biutiful Director iñárritu, Hidalgo: La Historia contada 2010 Hamas, instructions not included 2013, film cantinflas 2014, and a remake of the 1975 Mexican horror film Mas Negro que La Noche darker than night 2014, and also the first 3D film from Mexico.
In recent years he was seen the growing success of the group Mexicans in Hollywood movies, especially with Directors Alfonso cuarón, Alejandro gonzález iñárritu and Guillermo del Toro and cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki. All three Directors were won and Oscar and a Golden globe for best Director and Lubezki won the prize For best cinematography for three years in a row.
On the other side of the success of the films has Nosotros Los Nobles and instructions not included in 2013 gave way to the development of such projects, trying to focus on the use of the famous Mexican TV stars such as Omar Chaparro, of Adal Ramones or Adrian Uribe. Most of them-romantic Comedy focuses on television series in the style of a fairy tale.
This, however, should not prevent the success of the other Directors in the development of dramatic films such as Carlos Reygadas, and Alonso Ruizpalacios.
In 2017, Alfonso cuarón returned to Mexico to film his most intimate film, Roma. The film, distributed by Netflix went on to critical acclaim and was the second Mexican film to win a Golden globe as Best foreign language film, while cuarón won the prize For best Director. Also this will be the first Mexican film nominated for Best film and Best foreign language film Oscar, receiving a total 10 nominations, including Best actress for actress the mixtecs Yalitza Aparicio and Best actress Marina de Tavira.
5. Subgenre Mexploitation. (Поджанр Mexploitation)
- Main article: Mexploitation. (Основная статья: Mexploitation)
Mexican movie subgenre-a subgenre Mexploitation, himself part of the Mexican genre adventure. The second subgenre within that subgenre is the drug movie, movies about the fictional drug cartels, fighting with police and each other. In 2019, Bancomext has announced funding in the amount of 50 percent of the film is many films, including the Mexican fighters. Mexican action Star in the movies the brothers Almada, Fernando and Mario Almada, Jorge Rivero, Rosa Gloria Chagoyan Lola La Trailera, the Dominican Republic-born andrés garcía, bernabé Melendrez and Max Hernandez Jr.
6. Mexican cinema personalities. (Мексиканское кино личностей)
- Rodrigo Prieto. (Родриго Прието)
- Alex Phillips †. (Алекс Филлипс †)
- Guillermo Navarro. (Гильермо Наварро)
- Henner Hofmann. (Хеннер Хофманн)
- Emmanuel Lubezki. (Эммануэль Любецки)
- Gabriel Figueroa †. (Габриэль Фигероа †)
- Victor Hernandez Stumpfhauser. (Виктор Эрнандес Stumpfhauser)
- Raul Lavista †. (Рауль Лависта †)
- Agustin Lara †. (Агустин Лара †)
- Leoncio "Bon" Lara. (Леонсио "Бон" Лара)
- Mario Lavista. (Марио Лависта)
- Gonzalo † Curiel. (Гонсало † Куриэль)
- Manuel Esperon †. (Мануэль Esperon †)
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