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Years active
  
1965 - present

Name
  
Jorge Fons


Role
  
Film director

TV shows
  
Una familia con suerte

Jorge Fons el observante

Born
  
April 23, 1939 (age 84) (
1939-04-23
)
Tuxpan, Veracruz, Mexico

Occupation
  
Film director Screenwriter

Education
  
Centro Universitario de Estudios Cinematograficos (1966)

Awards
  
Ariel Award - Golden Ariel, Ariel Award for Best Direction

Nominations
  
Ariel Award for Best Original Story

Movies
  
Rojo Amanecer, The Alley of Miracles, The Attempt Dossier, The Bricklayers, Los Cachorros

Similar People
  
Maria Rojo, Vicente Lenero, Ernesto Gomez Cruz, Bruno Bichir, Luis Alcoriza

Cátedra Ingmar Bergman en Cine y Teatro a Jorge Fons


Jorge Fons Pérez (born in Tuxpan, Veracruz, Mexico on April 23, 1939) is a Mexican film director.

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He belongs to the first generation of film directors of the UNAM. His short film, Caridad (1973), is still considered one of the best films in Mexican cinema. Two of the most important films of his filmography are Rojo amanecer (1989) and El callejón de los milagros (1995) based in the homonym book by Naguib Mahfouz, Midaq Alley of 1947 (زقق المدق), which breaks the classic lineal plots in films.

His 1976 film, Los albañiles, won the Silver Bear at the 27th Berlin International Film Festival. In 1995, his film El callejón de los milagros won a Special Mention at the 45th Berlin International Film Festival.

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Filmography

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  • El atentado (2010)
  • La cumbre (2003)
  • El callejón de los milagros (1995)
  • Rojo amanecer (1989)
  • Así es Vietnam (1979)
  • Los albañiles (1976)
  • La ETA (1974)
  • Victoria (1972)
  • Cinco mil dólares de recompensa (1972)
  • Fe, esperanza y caridad (1972)
  • Jory (1972)
  • Los cachorros (1971)
  • Tú, yo, nosotros (1970)
  • Exorcismos (1970)
  • La hora de los niños (1969)
  • El quelite (1969)
  • Trampas de amor (1968)
  • Los caifanes (1966)
  • Amor, amor amor (1965)
  • Los bienamados (1965)
  • Pulquería La Rosita (1964)
  • References

    Jorge Fons Wikipedia