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Carlos F. Borcosque

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Carlos F. Borcosque
Carlos F. Borcosque
Borcosque as a young director
Borcosque as a young director

Carlos Francisco Borcosque Sánchez (9 September 1894 – 5 September 1965) was a Chilean film director and screenwriter involved in the production of the Cinema of Argentina.[1]

Borcosque was born in Valparaíso. He established Estudios Cinematográficos Borcosque in Santiago in 1922 and directed several Chilean silent movies before he moved to Hollywood in 1926 where he worked as a consultant on Latin-based movies, and had a spell working for Paramount Pictures.[2] Between 1922 and his death in 1965 Borcosque was responsible for directing and screenwriting mostly simultaneously some 45 different feature films including the 1951 film El alma de los niños.[3] He died in Buenos Aires.

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Filmography as director

References

  1. ^ Gubern, Román; Hammond, Paul (4 January 2012). Luis Buñuel: The Red Years, 1929–1939. University of Wisconsin Pres. p. 351. ISBN 978-0-299-28474-9.
  2. ^ Plazaola, Luis Trelles (1 January 1989). South American Cinema/ Cine De America Del Sur: Dictionary of Film Makers/ Diccionario De Los Productores De Peliculas. La Editorial, UPR. p. 36. ISBN 978-0-8477-2011-8.
  3. ^ Aguilar, Gonzalo Moisés; Manetti, Ricardo (2005). Cine argentino: modernidad y vanguardias, 1957/1983 (in Spanish). Fondo Nacional de las Artes. p. 765. ISBN 9789509807891.

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