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Luis Buñuel filmography

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This is a list of the films directed by Luis Buñuel.

Year Original title English title Production country Language Length Award nominations
(Wins in bold)
1929 Un Chien Andalou An Andalusian Dog France French 16 min
1930 Menjant garotes[1] Eating Sea Urchins Catalonia. Spain silent film 4 min
1930 L'Âge d'Or The Golden Age France French 60 min
1933 Las Hurdes: Tierra Sin Pan Land Without Bread Spain French 30 min
1947 Gran Casino (aka En el viejo Tampico) Magnificent Casino Mexico Spanish 92 min
1949 El Gran Calavera The Great Madcap Mexico Spanish 92 min
1950 Los olvidados The Forgotten (aka The Young and the Damned) Mexico Spanish 85 min Cannes Film FestivalBest Director
Ariel Award – Golden Ariel
Ariel Award -Silver Ariel – Mejor Dirección
Ariel Award -Silver Ariel – Mejor Adaptación (with Luis Alcoriza)
Ariel Award -Silver Ariel – Mejor Argumento Original (with Luis Alcoriza)
1951 Susana Susana (aka The Devil and the Flesh) Mexico Spanish 86 min
1951 La hija del engaño The Daughter of Deceit Mexico Spanish 78 min
1952 Subida al cielo Ascent to Heaven (aka Mexican Bus Ride) Mexico Spanish 85 min Cannes Film Festival – Official Selection
Ariel Award nominee – Golden Ariel
Ariel Award nominee -Silver Ariel – Mejor Dirección
1952 Una mujer sin amor A Woman Without Love Mexico Spanish 85 min
1953 El bruto The Brute Mexico Spanish 81 min
1953 Él This Strange Passion (aka Tourments) Mexico Spanish 92 min Cannes Film Festival – Official Selection
1954 La ilusión viaja en tranvía Illusion Travels by Streetcar Mexico Spanish 82 min
1954 Abismos de pasión (aka Cumbres Borrascosas) Wuthering Heights Mexico Spanish 91 min
1954 Robinson Crusoe Mexico English 90 min Ariel Award – Golden Ariel
Ariel Award -Silver Ariel – Mejor Dirección
Ariel Award -Silver Ariel – Mejor Adaptación
Oscar nominee – Best Actor (Dan O'Herlihy)
1955 Ensayo de un crimen Rehearsal for a Crime (aka The Criminal Life of Archibaldo de la Cruz) Mexico Spanish 89 min Ariel Award nominee – Golden Ariel
Ariel Award nominee -Silver Ariel – Mejor Dirección
Ariel Award nominee -Silver Ariel – Mejor Adaptación (with Eduardo Ugarte)
1955 El río y la muerte The River and Death Mexico Spanish 91 min
1956 Cela s'appelle l'aurore That is the Dawn Italy/France French 102 min
1956 La mort en ce jardin Death in the Garden (aka The Diamond Hunters) France/Mexico French 104 min
1959 Nazarín Mexico Spanish 94 min Cannes Film Festival – International Prize
Bodil Award – Best Non-European Film (Bedste ikke-europæiske film)
1959 La fièvre monte à El Pao Fever Rises in El Pao (aka Republic of Sin) France/Mexico French 109 min
1960 The Young One Mexico/USA English 96 min Cannes Film Festival – Special Mention
1961 Viridiana Mexico/Spain Spanish 90 min Cannes Film Festival – Palme d'Or
1962 El ángel exterminador The Exterminating Angel Mexico Spanish 95 min Cannes Film Festival – FIPRESCI Prize
Bodil Award – Best Non-European Film (Bedste ikke-europæiske film)
1964 Le journal d'une femme de chambre Diary of a Chambermaid France/Italy French 98 min Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists – Nastro d'Argento nominee for Best Foreign Director
Karlovy Vary International Film Festival – Best Actress (Jeanne Moreau)
1965 Simón del desierto Simon of the Desert Mexico Spanish 45 min Venice Film FestivalSpecial Jury Prize
Venice Film Festival – FIPRESCI Prize
Venice Film Festival nominee – Golden Lion
1967 Belle de jour France/Italy French 101 min Venice Film Festival – Golden Lion
Venice Film Festival – Pasinetti Award
Bodil Award – Best European Film (Bedste europæiske film)
French Syndicate of Cinema Critics Award – Best Film
New York Film Critics Circle Awards – Third place – Best Foreign Language Film
French Syndicate of Cinema Critics – Prix Méliès
BAFTA Award nominee for Best Actress (Catherine Deneuve)
1969 La Voie Lactée The Milky Way France/Italy French 105 min Berlin International Film Festival – Interfilm Award
Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists – Nastro d'Argento nominee for Best Foreign Director
1970 Tristana France/Italy/Spain Spanish 105 min Oscar NomineeBest Foreign Language Film[2]
Cinema Writers Circle Award – Mejor Director
National Society of Film Critics Award nominee – Best Director
Sant Jordi Award – Best Film (Mejor Película Española)
Fotogramas de Plata – Best Spanish Movie Performer (Fernando Rey)
Fotogramas de Plata nominee – Best Spanish Movie Performer (Lola Gaos)
1972 Le charme discret de la bourgeoisie The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie France/Italy/Spain French 102 min Oscar Winner – Best Foreign Language Film
Oscar Nominee – Best Original Screenplay[3]
BAFTA Film Award – Best Screenplay (with Jean-Claude Carrière)
BAFTA Film Award nominee – Best Direction
BAFTA Film Award nominee – Best Soundtrack (with Guy Villette)
French Syndicate of Cinema Critics – Prix Méliès
Golden Globe Award nominee – Best Foreign-Language Foreign Film
Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists – Nastro d'Argento nominee for Best Foreign Director
National Society of Film Critics Award – Best Director
National Society of Film Critics Award nominee – Best Screenplay (with Jean-Claude Carrière)
New York Film Critics Circle Award nominee – Best Director
New York Film Critics Circle Award nominee – Best Screenplay (with Jean-Claude Carrière)
1974 Le fantôme de la liberté The Phantom of Liberty Italy/France French 104 min Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists – Nastro d'Argento for Best Foreign Director
National Board of Review – Top Foreign Films
1977 Cet obscur objet du désir That Obscure Object of Desire France/Spain French 105 min Oscar Nominee – Best Foreign Language Film
Oscar Nominee – Best Adapted Screenplay[4]
Cinema Writers Circle Award – Mejor Director
César Award nominee for Best Director
César Award nominee for Best Screenplay, Original or Adaptation (with Jean-Claude Carrière)
Golden Globe Award nominee – Best Foreign-Language Foreign Film
Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award – Best Foreign Language Film
National Board of Review Award – Best Director
National Society of Film Critics Award – Best Director
New York Film Critics Circle Award nominee – Best Director

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References

  1. ^ https://elpais.com/diario/1989/07/27/cultura/617493604_850215.html
  2. ^ "The 43rd Academy Awards (1971) Nominees and Winners". oscars.org. Retrieved 26 November 2011.
  3. ^ "The 45th Academy Awards (1973) Nominees and Winners". oscars.org. Retrieved 30 November 2011.
  4. ^ "The 50th Academy Awards (1978) Nominees and Winners". oscars.org. Retrieved 1 April 2012.
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