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Celestino Gorostiza

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Celestino Gorostiza Alcalá (born January 31, 1904 in Villahermosa – January 11, 1967 in Mexico City) was a Mexican theater and cine playwright, director and dramatist.

Biography

Gorostiza, son of Celestino Gorostiza and Elvira Alcalá de Gorostiza, was the older brother of José Gorostiza. He was co-founder of the Ulises theater (1927-1928) and of the Orientación theater (1932), both in Mexico City[1] Gorostiza was married to Araceli Otero Mena, older sister of Clementina Otero. Araceli gave birth to their daughter Paloma Gorostiza Otero.[2]

He was a numbered member of the Academia Mexicana de la Lengua and a member of the Academia Mexicana de Artes y Ciencias Cinematográficas, as well as director of the department of theater at the Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes.[3] Due to his 100th birthday in 2004, a 7 Mex$ memorial stamp was launched.[4]

Filmography

Director

Writer

  • Paraíso robado (dialogue, adaptation; 1951; English title: Stolen Paradise)
  • My General's Women (1951) (; based on the story "La soldadera", written together with Joselito Rodríguez)
  • Ave de paso (1948; together with Max Aub and María Gesa)
  • Sinfonía de una vida (1946; together with Max Aub, María Gesa and Pablo González)
  • Nana (dialogue; 1944)
  • La guerra de los pasteles (story; 1944; English title: War of the Pastries)
  • Refugiados en Madrid (dialogue; 1938; English title: Refugees in Madrid)

Production supervisor

Theater works

  • La Malinche, 1958 (historical drama)[5]
  • La leña está verde, 1958[6]
  • Columna social, 1953[5]
  • El color de nuestra piel, 1952 (three-act play)[7]
  • La mujer ideal, 1943[7]
  • La reina de la nieve, 1942[7]
  • Escombros del sueño, 1938[6]
  • El nuevo paraíso, 1930[6]
  • Ser o no ser, 1934[6]
  • La escuela del amor, 1933[6]

Awards

  • Premio Ruiz de Alarcón, for El color de nuestra piel, 1952[7]

Literature

  • Celestino Gorostiza - una vida para el teatro (Spanish), Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes, Mexico City, 2004 OCLC 57749411
  • Celestino Gorostiza (1904–1967)- Teatro completo (Spanish), 2004 ISBN 968-5422-70-2

References

  1. ^ Biografia de Celestino Gorostiza (Spanish)
  2. ^ El trato con Gorostiza.(El Angel) (Spanish), February 1, 2004.
  3. ^ [1] (Spanish)
  4. ^ 100 years memorial stamp from 2004[permanent dead link]
  5. ^ a b Andrea G. Labinger: Time, Space and the Refracted Self in Gorostiza's Archived 2011-07-19 at the Wayback Machine, Spring 1979.
  6. ^ a b c d e Teatro Ulises (1928) - Celestino Gorostiza (1904-1967), in Lateinamerikanisches Theater Archived 2012-03-26 at the Wayback Machine (German), University of Graz.
  7. ^ a b c d Lateinamerikanisches Theater nach Ländern Archived 2012-03-26 at the Wayback Machine (German), University of Graz.

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