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List of films produced in the Spanish Revolution

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This is a list of films produced in the Spanish Revolution. In the Spanish Revolution, the film industry was collectivized by the CNT and FAI. Between July 1936 and June 1937, 84 films were produced by SIE Films, FRIEP and Spartacus Films.[1] Only about 40 films have been preserved and not all them are complete.

Feature films

Title Duration Year Director Producer Summary
Aurora de esperanza 60' 1937 Antonio Sau SIE Films Drama about the economic situation of the working-class and the start of the social revolution.
Barrios bajos 94' 1937 Pedro Puche SIE Films Drama regarding prostitution of low class women.
Liberación ? 1937 Joseph Amich i Bert SIE Films Lost film.
¡No quiero... no quiero! 110' 1938 Francisco Elías SIE Films Lost film.
Nuestro culpable 84' 1938 Fernando Mignoni Centro Films/FRIEP Musical comedy about a thief which is arrested for a theft he didn't commit.

Short films

Title Duration Year Director Producer Summary
Como fieras 1937 Lost film.
Francisca, mujer fatal 1936 Valentín R. González SIE Films Lost film.
La última 15' 1936 Pedro Puche SIE Films About the issues related to alcoholism.
Nosotros somos así 31' 1936 Valentín R. González SIE Films Musical where some poor children help to save the life of a rich boy's father.
Paquete, el fotógrafo público número uno 35' 1937 Ignacio Ferrés Iquino SIE Films Only one minute is preserved.
Prostitución 1936 Feliciano Catalán SIE Films Lost film.


Title Duration Date Producer Summary
Aguiluchos de la FAI por tierras de Aragón (I) 20' 1936 SUEP First documentary on the Durruti column in the Aragon front during July–August 1936. (Available in Spanish Film Archive)
Aguiluchos de la FAI por tierras de Aragón (II) 7' 1936 SUEP Second documentary of the series.
Aguiluchos de la FAI por tierras de Aragón (III) 25' 1936 SUEP Third documentary of the series.
Alas negras 12' 1937 SIE Films Bombing of Lérida by the fascists.
Amanecer sobre España 44' 1938 SIA
Ayuda a Madrid 7' 1936 SIE Films
Bajo el signo libertario 15' 1936 SUEP
Barcelona trabaja para el frente 23' 1936 Comité Central de Abastos de Barcelona
La Batalla de Farlete (IV) 16' 1936 SUEP
El cerco de Huesca 10' 1937 SIE Films
La Columna de Hierro (Hacia Teruel) 18' 1937 SIE Films
La conquista de Carrascal de Chimillas (Frente de Huesca) 13' 1936 Carlos Martínez Baena y Ramón Oliveras
División Heroica (En el Frente de Huesca) 18' 1937 SIE Films
El Ejército de la Victoria. Un episodio: Casa Ambrosio 10' 1937 SIE Films
En la brecha 17' 1937 SIE Films
El entierro de Durruti 10' 1936 SUEP
El frente y la retaguardia 22' 1937 SIE Films
Fury over Spain 52' 1937 SIE Films
El General Pozas visita el Frente de Aragón 4' 1937 SIE Films
Madrid tumba del fascio (V) 4' 1936 SIE Films
Madrid tumba del fascio (VIII) 9' 1937 SIE Films
Madrid tumba del fascio (IX) 10' 1937 SIE Films
Reportaje del movimiento revolucionario en Barcelona 22' 1936 Oficina de Información y Propaganda de la CNT-FAI
La silla vacía 17' 1937 SIE Films
Solidaridad del pueblo hacia las víctimas del fascismo 10' 1936 SIE Films
Teruel ha caido 10' 1937 SIE Films
La toma de Teruel 7' 1937 SIE Films
Tres fechas gloriosas 20' 1937 SIE Films
20 de noviembre 10' 1937 SIE Films

Works about this period

There are some works that explore this period of Spanish cinema:

See also


  1. ^ Artero, Antonio. "El anarquismo en el cine, una experiencia única" (in Spanish). Sindicato de Artes Gráficas, Comunicación y Espectáculos de Madrid – CNT/AIT. Archived from the original on 2014-12-25. Retrieved 2014-12-25.

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