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LAS 10 MEJORES PELICULAS LATINAS DE LA DECADA

Tuesday, October 19, 2010 , Posted by Alex Guerrero at 3:27 PM


Son 10 las películas que representan lo mejor del cine latino, según un nueva iniciativa de Cinema Tropical, organización radicada en Nueva York y que de dedica a promover nuestro cine desde hace ya 10 años. Esta iniciativa se llama The Cinema Tropical Awards y se entregarán por primera vez este año a las 10 mejores cintas aqui presentadas. Si no las han visto, ahora tienen la oportunidad de hacerlo en el IFC Center del West Village hasta el 25 de Octubre. Las 10 mejores, escogidas por un pánel de expertos locales son:


1. LA CIENAGA
(Argentina/France/Spain, 103 min., 2001) Written and Directed by Lucrecia Martel; Producers: Ana Aizenberg, Diego Guebel, Jose Maria Morales, Mario Pergolini and Lita Stantic; Editor: Santiago Ricci; Director of Photography: Hugo Colace; Sound: Herve Guyader, Emmanuel Croset, Guido Berenblum and Adrian De Michele. Cast: Mercedes Moran, Graciela Borges, Martin Adjemian and Leonora Balcarce.


2. AMORES PERROS
(Mexico, 154 min., 2000) Directed by Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu Written by Guillermo Arriaga; Producers: Guillermo Arriaga Jordan, Raul Olvera Ferrer, Francisco Gonzalez Compean, Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, Pelayo Gutierrez, Monica Lozano and Martha Sosa Elizondo; Editors: Luis Carballar, Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu and Fernando Perez Unda; Director of Photography: Rodrigo Prieto; Original Music: Gustavo Santaolalla; Sound: Martin Hernandez. Cast: Emilio Echevarria, Gael Garcia Bernal, Goya Toledo, Alvaro Guerrero and Vanessa Bauche.


3. LUZ SILENCIOSA / SILENT LIGHT / STELLET LICHT
(Mexico/France/Netherlands/Germany, 145 min., 2007) Written and Directed by Carlos Reygadas; Producers: Jeroen Beker, Jean Labadie, Carlos Reygadas, Jaime Romandia and Frans van Gestel; Editor: Natalia Lopez; Director of Photography: Alexis Zabe; Sound: Sergio Diaz and Martin Hernandez. Cast: Cornelio Wall, Maria Pankratz, Miriam Toews, Peter Wall, Jacobo Klassen and Elizabeth Fehr.


4. CIDADE DE DEUS / CITY OF GOD
(Brazil/France, 130 min., 2002) Directed by Fernando Meirelles and co-directed by Katia Lund; Screenplay by Braulio Mantovani, based on the novel by Paulo Lins. Producers: Andrea Barata Ribeiro, Marc Beauchamps, Daniel Filho, Hank Levine, Vincent Maraval, Mauricio Andrade Ramos, Donald K. Ranvaud, Juliette Renaud and Walter Salles; Editor: Daniel Rezende; Director of Photography: Cesar Charlone; Sound: Martin Hernandez. Cast: Alexandre Rodrigues, Leandro Firmino da Hora, Jonathan Haagensen, Douglas Silva, Alice Braga and Seu Jorge.


5. ONIBUS 174 / BUS 174
(Brazil, 150 min., 2002) Directed by Jose Padilha, co-directed by Felipe Lacerda; Written by Jose Padilha. Producers: Jose Padilha, Rodrigo Pimentel, and Marcos Prado; Editor: Felipe Lacerda; Director of Photography: Marcelo "Guru" Duarte and Ceza Moraes; Original Music: Sacha Amback, Joao Nabuco; Sound: Denilson Campos.


6. Y TU MAMA TAMBIEN
(Mexico, 105 min., 2001) Directed by Alfonso Cuaron; Writen by Alfonso Cuaron and Carlos Cuaron. Producers: Sergio Aguero, Alfonso Cuaron, Amy Kaufman, David Linde and Jorge Vergara; Editor: Alfonso Cuaron and Alex Rodriguez; Director of Photography: Emmanuel Lubezki; Sound: Ruy Garcia. Cast: Diego Luna, Gael Garcia Bernal and Maribel Verdu.


7. WHISKY
(Uruguay/Argentina/Germany/Spain, 99 min., 2004) Directed by Juan Pablo Rebella and Pablo Stoll; Written by Gonzalo Delgado, Juan Pablo Rebella and Pablo Stoll. Producers: Natacha Cervi, Fernando Epstein, Christoph Friedel and Hernan Musaluppi; Editor: Fernando Epstein; Director of Photography: Barbara Alvarez; Original Music: Pequena Orquesta Reincidentes; Sound: Catriel Vildosola y Daniel Yafalian. Cast: Andres Pazos, Mirella Pascual and Jorge Bolani.


8. LA MUJER SIN CABEZA / THE HEADLESS WOMAN
(Argentina/Spain/France/Italy, 87 min., 2008) Written and Directed by Lucrecia Martel. Producers: Agustin Almodovar, Pedro Almodovar, Tilde Corsi, Veronica Cura, Esther Garcia, Lucrecia Martel, Cesare Petrillo, Enrique Pineyro, Vieri Razzini, and Marianne Slot; Editor: Miguel Schverdfinger; Director of Photography: Barbara Alvarez; Sound: Guido Berenblum, Paula Dalgalarando and Martin Mainoli. Cast: Maria Onetto, Claudia Cantero, Cesar Bordon, Daniel Genoud, Guillermo Arengo and Ines Efron.


9. LA NINA SANTA / THE HOLY GIRL
(Argentina/Spain/Italy/Netherlands, 106 min., 2004) Directed by Lucrecia Martel; Written by Lucrecia Martel with contributing writer Juan Pablo Domenech; Producers: Agustin Almodovar, Pedro Almodovar, Tilde Corsi, Esther Garcia, Alfredo Ghirardo, Nora Kohen, Cesare Petrillo, Vieri Razzini, Gianni Romoli, Lita Stantic and Alvaro Urtizberea; Editor: Santiago Ricci; Director of Photography: Felix Monte; Original Music: Andres Gerszenson; Sound: Guido Berenblum. Cast: Mercedes Moran, Carlos Belloso, Alejandro Urdapilleta, Maria Alche, Julieta Zylberberg and Mia Maestro.


10. EL LABERINTO DEL FAUNO / PAN'S LABYRINTH
(Mexico/Spain/USA, 120 min., 2006) Written and Directed by Guillermo del Toro; Producers: Belen Atienza ,Alvaro Agustin, Alfonso Cuaron, David Ebner, Edmundo Gil, Elena Manrique, Bertha Navarro, Guillermo del Toro and Frida Torresblanco; Editor: Bernat Vilaplana; Director of Photography: Guillermo Navarro; Original Music: Javier Navarrete; Sound: Martin Hernandez. Cast: Ivana Baquero, Sergi López, Maribel Verdu, Doug Jones and Ariadna Gil.


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