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Academia Mexicana de Artes y Ciencias Cinematográficas

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Mexican Academy of Cinematographic Arts and Sciences
AbbreviationAMACC
FormationJuly 3, 1946; 74 years ago (1946-07-03)
TypeFilm organization
HeadquartersMexico City, Mexico
President
Mónica Lozano Serrano
Websitehttps://www.amacc.org.mx/

The Mexican Academy of Cinematographic Arts and Sciences (Spanish: Academia Mexicana de Artes y Ciencias Cinematográficas, AMACC) is a professional honorary organization founded on July 3, 1946, in Mexico City to promote the dissemination, research, preservation, development, and defense of the cinematographic arts and sciences. Currently, the president of the AMACC is producer Mónica Lozano Serrano.

The AMACC is committed to making Mexican cinema known and valued in Mexico and abroad. It organizes meetings between filmmakers, annually rewards the films exhibited during each year, in addition to publishing books that talk about the development of the Mexican film industry, and participates in the conservation of cinematographic works in Mexico. At the same time, it defends the creative and labor freedom of Mexican filmmakers from censorship and labor grievances.

The AMACC is endorsed by the cinematographic trajectory of its members and by their willingness to selflessly defend the present and the future of Mexican cinema.[1]

History

The following people were present before a notary public during the signing of the document:

This was a moment where the movie industry in Mexico was going through its peak. The year before, alone, 85 movies had been made, a record figure even today. The purpose of creating the Academy was to promote advancements in the arts and sciences of film-making, as well as to give public recognition and to outstanding film productions and promote future research.

In practice, however, most of the efforts of the Academy went on to recognize the best films with its award: the Ariel. Every year, from 1947 to 1958, the Ariel was awarded. After 1958 the number of productions fell considerably and it was not until 1972 when the ceremony was held again, and it has every year until the present year.

Current Administration

Office Incumbent Profession Ref
President Mónica Lozano Serrano Producer [1]
Vice President Marina Stavenhagen Screenwriter
Secretary Flavio González Mello Director
Treasurer Rodrigo Herranz Producer
General Council Ernesto Contreras Director
Everardo González Director
Lucía Gajá Director
Nerio Barberis Sound Designer
Supervision and Surveillance Commission Guadalupe Ferrer Cultural manager
Producer
Jorge Michel Grau Director
Leticia Huijara Actress

Members

Active members

  1. Mónica Lozano Serrano
  2. Marina Stavenhagen Vargas
  3. Flavio González Mello
  4. Rodrigo Herranz Fanjul
  5. Ernesto Contreras Flores
  6. Everardo González
  7. Lucía Gajá Ferrer
  8. Nerio Barberis Occhione
  9. Guadalupe Ferrer Andrade
  10. Jorge Michel Grau
  11. Leticia Huijara
  12. Adela Cortázar
  13. Alberto Cortés
  14. Alejandro García
  15. Arcelia Ramírez
  16. Armando Casas Pérez
  17. Axel Muñoz
  18. Bárbara Enríquez
  19. Daniel Hidalgo
  20. Francisco Vargas
  21. Francisco X. Rivera
  22. Gloria Carrasco
  23. Guillermo Granillo
  24. Ignacio Ortiz
  25. Inna Payán
  26. Isabel Muñoz Cota
  27. Jorge Zárate
  28. José Sefami
  29. Juan Carlos Colombo
  30. Juan José Saravia
  31. Karina Gidi
  32. Kenya Márquez Alkadif Cortés
  33. Laura Imperiale
  34. Mariana Rodríguez
  35. Mariestela Fernández
  36. Miguel Hernández
  37. Nicolás Echevarría
  38. Omar Guzmán
  39. Roberto Fiesco
  40. Samuel Larson
  41. Serguei Saldívar Tanaka
  42. Sofía Carrillo
  43. Tatiana Huezo
  44. Verónica Langer
  45. Víctor Ugalde

Emeritus Members

  1. Bertha Navarro
  2. Blanca Guerra
  3. Carlos Carrera
  4. Diana Bracho
  5. Dolores Heredia
  6. Ernesto Gómez Cruz
  7. Felipe Cazals
  8. Jorge Fons
  9. Jorge Sánchez Sosa
  10. Juan Antonio de la Riva
  11. Lucía Álvarez
  12. Toni Kuhn

Honorary Members

  1. Centro de Capacitación Cinematográfica, represented by Alfredo Loaeza
  2. Cineteca Nacional, represented by Alejandro Pelayo
  3. Dirección General de Actividades Cinematográficas – Filmoteca de la UNAM, represented by Hugo Villa Smythe
  4. Escuela Nacional de Artes Cinematográficas (UNAM), represented by Manuel López Monroy
  5. Fernando Pérez Gavilán

References

  1. ^ a b "Quiénes somos". Retrieved November 15, 2020.

External links

This page was last edited on 21 January 2021, at 19:34
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