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Spanish film director (1900-1983)

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23) As if to confirm the lessons that this early foray may have taught him, Bunuel made his professional debut as assistant director in a major work of Gothic cinema, Jean Epstein's La Chute de la Maison Usher, a film that as critic Roger Ebert recently pointed out, contains "echoes" of the already established Gothic film tradition in classic works such as F.
The restaurant's name, of course, refers to another iconic filmmaker, Luis Bunuel, whose perhaps most celebrated masterpiece is The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie, in which a group of diners are constantly frustrated in their attempts to sit down and enjoy a meal together.
Bunuel was in Madrid when civil war broke out in mid-1936, and his attitude towards the resulting popular disturbances was ambivalent.
Several authors, such as Julian Daniel Gutierrez-Albilla and Anton Karl Kozlovic, have written about the religious symbolism in Viridiana or La ultima cena, and a few authors have even connected the films by speaking of Gutierrez Alea's admiration of Bunuel, the intertextuality of the two films, and their "common practice of using religious history to highlight practices and aspects of consciousness" (Schroeder 82).
In the movie, Pattinson is playing the surrealist painter, Matthew Mcnulty is portraying Bunuel and Javier Beltran is playing the Spanish poet.
Trabajan Bunuel el propio Javier Herrera, en un interesante ensayo sobre las relaciones del director surrealista con Picasso, de ambos con el ojo y, especificamente, con la 'nueva' mirada que estos dos genios del cine y la pintura hacen surgir en su arte.
Current interest on Bunuel notwithstanding, just when Bunuel experts thought everything had been told about the Spanish surrealist auteur, comes Midday with Bunuel: Memories and Sketches, 1973-1983, a new collection of anecdotes and remembrances by Claudio Isaac that could be considered a companion piece to written testimonies by Bunuel's widow Jeanne Rucar's Memoirs of a Woman Without a Piano: My Life with Luis Bunuel, Tomas Perez Turrent and Jose de la Colina's Prohibido asomarse al interior (later edited as Bunuel por Bunuel) and even Bunuel himself in My Last Sigh.
Two years after Alan Crosland's The Jazz Singer (1927) broke the sound barrier with four synchronized musical passages and Al Jolson's now-historic line, "You ain't heard nothing yet," the Vicomte de Noailles commissioned Luis Bunuel to direct a feature film with synchronized sound--as a birthday present for his wife, Marie-Laurie, painter, poet, and granddaughter of the wife of Marquis de Sade.
La referencia a Luis Bunuel resulta recurrente, en lo que al cine espanol se refiere, tanto cuando se habla de las vanguardias como del espiritu de la "modernidad".
NUNCA ES PRUDENTE incurrir en vaguedades, pero al hablar de Bunuel el peligro crece y amenaza.
Esta opera esta fielmente basada en la pelicula homonima del cineasta espanol Luis Bunuel (1900-1983), filmada en 1962 en Mexico, Con un muy envidiable equipo: Silvia Pinal, Enrique Rambal, Ofelia Guilmain, Bertha Moss, Jose Babiera, Claudio Brook, Augusto Benedico, Jaqueline Andere, Luis Beristaln; productor: Gustavo Alatriste; fotografia, Gabriel Figueroa; musicalizacion, Raul Lavista; guion, Luis Alcoriza y Luis Bunuel.
Bunuel in Mexico: Notes about the Representation of Poverty in the Films El gran calavera, Los olvidados, El Bruto and Nazarin
The living theater god is working with playwright David Ives on, of all things, an adaptation of the work of Spanish filmmaker Luis Bunuel, specifically some combination of his films The Exterminating Angel and The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie.
Hija del cantante Antonio Molina, Angela despunto a los 22 anos de la mano de Luis Bunuel en Ese oscuro objeto del deseo.