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Carlos Suárez (cinematographer)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Carlos Suárez (1946 – 19 October 2019)[1][2] was a Spanish cinematographer who worked in various movies like Oviedo Express, Dagon, El Portero, Don Juan en los infiernos and El detective y la muerte.[3][4][5][6][7][8]

He was the younger brother of film director Gonzalo Suarez, with whom he collaborated several times. He occasionally acted in movies like La Raza Nunca Pierde - Huele a Gas and Guyana: Cult of the Damned and was the director and writer for The Secret Garden, a 1984 movie.[9] He was the winner of the 1988 Goya Award for Best Cinematography for the film Remando al viento (Rowing with the Wind).[10]

Awards and nominations

Goya Awards
Category Year Film Result Ref
Best cinematographer 2008 La conjura de El Escorial Nominated [11]
2007 Oviedo Express Nominated [12]
1991 Don Juan en los infiernos Nominated [11]
1988 Remando al viento Won [13]

Selected filmography

References

  1. ^ CITWF person databse
  2. ^ "Muere el cineasta ovetense Carlos Suárez". 20 October 2019.
  3. ^ 'Orphanage,' 'Roses' lead Goya noms, Hollywood Reporter, by Pamela Rolfe, Associated Press, December 2007
  4. ^ The New York Times, Oviedo Express, Cast and crew
  5. ^ A Companion to Spanish Cinema, By Bernard P. E. Bentley, page 260
  6. ^ TMZ, September 2015
  7. ^ Gabriel García Márquez and the Cinema: Life and Works, By Alessandro Rocco, Page 189
  8. ^ H.P. Lovecraft in Popular Culture: The Works and Their Adaptations in Film ... By Don G. Smith, Page 111
  9. ^ Hollywood.com, Carlos Suarez, Filmography
  10. ^ Great Spanish Films Since 1950, By Ronald Schwartz, Page 203
  11. ^ a b "Cronología Premios Goya". ABC.es. 2010. Archived from the original on 8 December 2015. Retrieved 4 December 2015.
  12. ^ "Premios Goya 2008". El Mundo. Retrieved 4 December 2015.
  13. ^ https://premiosgoya.academiadecine.com/descargas/ediciones/finalistas_premios_goya_1989_edicion_3.pdf

External links


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