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Argentine Academy of Cinematography Arts and Sciences (1941–55)

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Argentine Academy of Cinematography Arts and Sciences
Academia de Artes y Ciencias Cinematográficas de la Argentina
Formation1941
Dissolved1955
TypeProfessional association
HeadquartersBuenos Aires
Region
Argentina
Official language
Spanish
President
Mario Soffici

The Argentine Academy of Cinematography Arts and Sciences (Spanish: Academia de Artes y Ciencias Cinematográficas de la Argentina) was an industry association in Argentina founded in 1941. It was closed by the military junta in 1955.

Foundation

The First Film Museum of Argentina encouraged the foundation of the original Argentine Academy of Cinematography Arts and Sciences. Manuel Peña Rodriguez and Chas de Cruz, members of the museum outlined an approach based on the organization and experience of the similar Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in Hollywood. The basic idea was to organize members of each specialty into associations that would form the different branches of the Academy. They would then nominate delegates to meet and establish the academy. The task proved difficult, since only producers, exhibitors and actors had associations. Peña and Chas had to meet with directors, cinematographers, sound engineers, musicians and so on and persuade them to organize. Eventually the delegates met on 22 November 1941 at the headquarters of the First Film Museum and agreed to establish the academy.[1]

History

The first officers included the director and actor Mario Soffici as president, and the journalist and writer Chas de Cruz and businessman Carlos Connio Santini as secretaries. The Academy was born a year before the Film Critics Association (Asociación de Cronistas Cinematográficos), but began to present awards for local productions a year later, in 1943. The film selected for the Cóndor[a] prize for production that year was Juvenilia by Augusto César Vatteone, while the prize for director went to Soffici for Tres hombres del río.[2]

Over the years, and during the peak of Peronism, the academy became increasingly politicized. However, until 1949 the academy agreed with the main entry of the critics, and again agreed with the critics in 1951 and 1952. Throughout the first period the academy was accused of being a political lobby whose members was favored by the state in getting credit and unexposed film, which was scarce. The last set of Academy Awards was presented for 1954, shortly before the 1955 coup that ousted the Peronists. Some of the academy members had to leave the country, such as Luis César Amadori, author of classics such as Dios se lo pague (God will pay) and Nacha Regules.[2]

Awards

The awards given by the academy for films made in 1941-54 were as follows:[3]

Award Year Winner Film
Best Picture 1941 Lumiton Los martes orquídeas
1942 Artistas Argentinos Asociados La guerra gaucha
1943 Estudios San Miguel Juvenilia
1944 Artistas Argentinos Asociados Su mejor alumno
1945 Estudios San Miguel La dama duende
1946 Argentina Sono Film Celos
1947 Argentina Sono Film Albéniz
1948 Argentina Sono Film Dios se lo pague
1949 Argentina Sono Film Almafuerte
1950 Argentina Sono Film Nacha Regules
1951 Estudios San Miguel Los isleros
1952 Hugo del Carril-Barbieri Las aguas bajan turbias
1953 Argentina Sono Film La mujer de las camelias
Best director 1941 Luis Saslavsky Historia de una noche
1942 Lucas Demare La guerra gaucha
1943 Mario Soffici Tres hombres del río
1944 Lucas Demare Su mejor alumno
1947 Luis César Amadori Albéniz
1948 Luis César Amadori Dios se lo pague
1949 Daniel Tinayre Danza del fuego
1950 Luis César Amadori Nacha Regules
1951 Lucas Demare Los isleros
1952 Hugo del Carril Las aguas bajan turbias
1953 Ernesto Arancibia La mujer de las camelias
Best original story 1941 Sixto Pondal Ríos and Carlos Olivari Los martes orquídeas
1942 Hugo Mac Dougall Malambo
1943 Rodolfo González Pacheco, Hugo Mac Dougall and Eliseo Montaine Tres hombres del río
1944 Ulyses Petit de Murat and Homero Manzi Su mejor alumno
1947 Alejandro Verbitzky and Emilio Villalba Welsh El retrato
1948 Ulyses Petit de Murat Tierra del Fuego
1949 Pedro Miguel Obligado and Belisario García Villar Almafuerte
1950 Homero Manzi El último payador
1951 Sixto Pondal Ríos and Carlos Olivari Pasó en mi barrio
1952 Rodolfo M. Taboada Rescate de sangre
1953 Sixto Pondal Ríos and Carlos Olivari Dock Sud
Best adaptation 1941 Luis Saslavsky and Carlos Adén Historia de una noche
1942 Ulyses Petit de Murat and Homero Manzi La guerra gaucha
1943 Pedro E. Pico Juvenilia
1944 Alejandro Verbitzky and Emilio Villalba Welsh El deseo
1947 Carlos Borcosque Corazón
1948 Pedro Miguel Obligado Historia de una mala mujer
1949 Ariel Cortazzo and Enrique Cahen Salaberry Avivato
1950 Lucas Demare La culpa la tuvo el otro
1951 Lucas Demare and Ernesto L. Castro Los isleros
1952 Alejandro Casona Si muero antes de despertar
1953 Abel Santa Cruz La mejor del colegio
Best Actress 1941 Delia Garcés Veinte años y una noche[4]
1942 Delia Garcés Malambo[5]
1943 Amelia Bence Todo un hombre
1944 Mirtha Legrand La pequeña señora de Pérez
1945 Delia Garcés La Dama Duende[6]
1947 Amelia Bence A sangre fría
1948 Zully Moreno Dios se lo pague
1949 Amelia Bence Danza del fuego
1950 Tita Merello Arrabalera
1951 Tita Merello Los isleros
1952 Mirtha Legrand La de los ojos color del tiempo
1953 Zully Moreno La mujer de las camelias
Best Actor 1941 Enrique Muiño El cura gaucho
1942 Francisco Petrone La guerra gaucha
1943 Francisco Petrone Todo un hombre
1944 Enrique Muiño Su mejor alumno
1947 Pedro López Lagar Albéniz
1948 Arturo de Córdova Dios se lo pague
1949 Narciso Ibáñez Menta Almafuerte
1950 Luis Sandrini La culpa la tuvo el otro
1951 Mario Soffici El extraño caso del hombre y la bestia
1952 Francisco Martínez Allende Facundo, el tigre de los llanos
1953 Enrique Muiño Caballito criollo
Best supporting actress 1941 Amelia Bence La casa de los cuervos
1942 Alita Román Concierto de almas
1943 Leticia Scuri Tres hombres del río
1947 Sabina Olmos La gata
1948 Sabina Olmos Tierra del Fuego
1949 Eva Caselli Almafuerte
1950 Diana Maggi Nacha Regules
Best supporting actor 1941 Sebastián Chiola Historia de una noche
1942 Ernesto Vilches Su primer baile
1943 Orestes Caviglia Casa de muñecas
1947 Alberto Bello Madame Bovary
1948 Enrique Chaico Dios se lo pague
1949 Alberto Closas Danza del fuego
1950 Ricardo Trigo Captura recomendada
Outstanding
female performance
1951 Malvina Pastorino Sombras en la frontera
1952 Golde Flami Deshonra
1953 Nelly Panizza Mercado negro
Outstanding
male performance
1951 Santiago Gómez Cou La orquídea
1952 Pedro Laxalt Las aguas bajan turbias
1953 Eduardo Cuitiño La pasión desnuda
Best original
musical score
1941 Jean Gilbert Novios para las muchachas
1942 Alberto Ginastera Malambo
1943 Julián Bautista Cuando florezca el naranjo
1944 Julián Bautista Cuando la primavera se equivoca
1947 Julián Bautista Mirad los lirios del campo
1948 Alejandro Gutiérrez del Barrio Juan Moreira
1949 Alberto Ginastera Nace la libertad
1950 Julián Bautista La barca sin pescador
1951 Juan Ehlert La orquídea
1952 Alberto Ginastera Facundo, el tigre de los llanos
1953 Tito Ribero Del otro lado del puente
Best scenography 1941 Jorge Arancibia Veinte años y una noche
1942 Ralph Pappier and Carlos Ferrarotti En el viejo Buenos Aires
1943 Gori Muñoz Juvenilia
1944 Ralph Pappier Su mejor alumno
1947 Gori Muñoz La copla de la Dolores
1948 Gori Muñoz Historia de una mala mujer
1949 Álvaro Durañona y Vedia Danza del fuego
1950 Abel López Chas Escuela de campeones
1951 Gori Muñoz Sangre negra
1952 Álvaro Durañona y Vedia Deshonra
1953 Gori Muñoz Un ángel sin pudor
Best cinematographer 1941 Alberto Etchebere Historia de una noche
1942 José Suárez, Roque Funes and Antonio Merayo Malambo
1943 Francis Boeniger Tres hombres del río
1944 Bob Roberts Su mejor alumno
1947 Pablo Tabernero Siete para un secreto
1948 Antonio Merayo Pasaporte a Río
1949 Humberto Peruzzi Danza del fuego
1950 Alberto Etchebehere Nacha Regules
1951 Antonio Merayo Sangre negra
1952 Alberto Etchebehere Deshonra
1953 Antonio Merayo La mujer de las camelias
Best sound 1941 Ramón Ator Los afincaos
1942 Jorge Di Lauro and Alfredo Pablo Murúa La guerra gaucha
1943 Ramón Ator Juvenilia
1944 Ramón Ator Su mejor alumno
Best editing 1941 Carlos Rinaldi Yo quiero morir contigo
1942 Carlos Rinaldi La guerra gaucha
1943 José Cañizares Juvenilia
1944 Carlos Rinaldi Su mejor alumno
Best individual production 1947 Luis Saslavsky A sangre fría
Best child interpretation 1947 Luis Zavalla Corazón
1948 Andresito Poggio Pelota de trapo
1949 Panchito Lombard Almafuerte
1950 Julio Esbrez Surcos de sangre
Best camera 1941 Humberto Peruzzi El cura gaucho
1942 Humberto Peruzzi La guerra gaucha
1943 Leo Fleider Tres hombres del río
1944 Humberto Peruzzi El muerto falta a la cita
Best research 1942 Laboratorios Alex For its work with color films
Best foreign film 1941 John Ford Hombres del mar
Best short film 1941 Catrano Catrani Catamarca, la tierra de la Virgen del Valle
Special mention 1941 Mirtha Legrand (actriz) Los martes orquídeas
1941 María Duval (actriz) Canción de cuna
1941 Nicolás Proserpio (montajista) Tigre
1941 Disney (productora) - Leopold Stokowsky (director) Fantasía
1943 Mariana Martí (actriz) Dieciséis años
1947 Pedro Miguel Obligado (guionista) Albéniz
1947 Sabina Olmos (actriz) Albéniz
1947 Raúl Soldi (escenógrafo) Albéniz
1947 Guillermo Cases (director musical) Albéniz
1947 Antonio Merayo (director de fotografía) Albéniz
1947 Mario Fezia (operador de cámara) Albéniz
1947 José María Paleo (sonidista) Albéniz
1947 Jorge Garate (montajista) Albéniz
1947 Roque Giacovino (director de fotografía) Albéniz
1948 Mario Soficci (director) Tierra del Fuego
1948 Curt G. Lowe (productor) Tierra del Fuego
1948 Armando Bo (actor) Pelota de trapo
1948 Leo Fleider and Francisco Madrid Los pueblos dormidos
1948 Arturo S. Mom (director) Cómo se hace una película argentina
1948 Tulio Demicheli (guionista) Dios se lo pague
1948 Alberto Etchebehere (director de fotografía) Dios se lo pague
1948 Juan Ehlert (músico) Dios se lo pague
1948 Mario Fezia (operador de cámara) Dios se lo pague
1948 Carlos Marín Dios se lo pague
1948 Jorge Garate (montajista) Dios se lo pague
1948 Roque Giacovino (director de fotografía) Dios se lo pague
1948 José Olarra (actor) Por su trayectoria actoral
1949 Luis Sandrini (actor) Por su brillante actuación en el cine argentino
1949 Manuel Romero (director y guionista) Por su apreciable contribución al cine nacional
1949 Arturo S. Mom (director) For the first color documentary Mar del Plata
1949 Alberto Etchebehere (director de fotografía) Almafuerte
1949 Alejandro Gutiérrez del Barrio (músico) Almafuerte
1949 Mario Fezia (operador de cámara) Almafuerte
1949 José María Paleo (sonidista) Almafuerte
1949 Jorge Garate (montajista) Almafuerte
1949 Alberto Curchi (operador de cámara) Almafuerte
1950 Zully Moreno (actriz) Nacha Regules
1950 Arturo de Córdova (actor) Nacha Regules
1950 Gori Muñoz (escenógrafo) Nacha Regules
1950 Juan Ehlert (músico) Nacha Regules
1950 Mario Fezia (operador de cámara) Nacha Regules
1950 Carlos Marín (sonidista) Nacha Regules
1950 Jorge Garate (montajista) Nacha Regules
1950 Alberto Curchi (operador de cámara) Nacha Regules
1951 Documentary film Soñemos
1951 Diana Myriam Jones Soñemos
1951 Federico Valle (productor) Por su contribución al desarrollo inicial de la cinematografía argentina
1952 Secretaría de Prensa y Difusión de la Presidencia de la Nación (productora) Eva Perón inmortal
1952 Daniel Tinayre (director) Deshonra
1952 Juan José Guthman (productor) Deshonra
1952 Sucesos Argentinos, Noticiario Panamericano and Semanario Argentino Eva Perón inmortal
1952 Adrianita (actriz) La melodía perdida
1953 Secretaría de Prensa y Difusión de la Presidencia de la Nación (productora) Argentina de fiesta
1953 Paramount Film (Major foreign film) Antesala del infierno
1953 Carlos Thompson (protagonista) La mujer de las camelias
1953 Wassen Eisen (adaptador) La mujer de las camelias
1953 José Serra (montajista) La mujer de las camelias
1953 Mario Fezia (operador de cámara) La mujer de las camelias
1953 Carlos Marín (sonidista) La mujer de las camelias
1953 Alberto Curchi (operador de cámara) La mujer de las camelias

References

Notes

  1. ^ The name "Condor" and the image of a condor was later used for the prize presented by the Festival de Mar del Plata, and from the 1980s was used by the Association of Film Critics.[2]

Citations

  1. ^ Archivo, Academia.
  2. ^ a b c Minghetti 2004.
  3. ^ ARCHIVO · Premios Anuales 1941 - 1953.
  4. ^ "1941 Premios Anuales". Academia de Cine (in Spanish). Buenos Aires: Academia de las Artes y Ciencias Cinematográficas de la Argentina. 31 May 2014. Retrieved 16 June 2015.
  5. ^ "1942 Premios Anuales". Academia de Cine (in Spanish). Buenos Aires: Academia de las Artes y Ciencias Cinematográficas de la Argentina. 31 May 2014. Retrieved 16 June 2015.
  6. ^ "1945 Premios Anuales". Academia de Cine (in Spanish). Buenos Aires, Argentina: Academia de las Artes y Ciencias Cinematográficas de la Argentina. 31 May 2014. Retrieved 16 June 2015.

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