Basilio Martín Patino

Basilio Martín Patino (29 October 1930 in Lumbrales, Salamanca Province – 13 August 2017 in Madrid)[1] was a Spanish film director, specializing in a creative approach to documentary works. Patino produced pieces on the Spanish Civil War (Canciones para después de una guerra), the famous dictator (Caudillo), or his executioners (Queridísimos verdugos). He also produced fiction (Nueve cartas a Berta, Octavia). Patino often experimented with new technologies, including digital tools, 3D, and offline editing.

Basilio Martín Patino
Basilio Martín Patino en la presentación de 'Libre te quiero' en el Festival de Cine y Derechos Humanos de San Sebastián.jpg
Born29 October 1930
Died13 August 2017 (aged 86)
OccupationFilm director

In 1977, he was a member of the jury at the 27th Berlin International Film Festival.[2] In 2005, he received the Gold Medal from the Spanish Academy of Cinema.

FilmographyEdit

  • El noveno (1960)
  • Torerillos, 61 (1962)
  • Nueve cartas a Berta (1966)
  • Love and Other Solitudes (1969)
  • Paseo por los letreros de Madrid (1968) with J. L. García Sánchez
  • Canciones para después de una guerra (1971)
  • Queridísimos verdugos (1973)
  • Caudillo (1974)
  • Hombre y Ciudad (1980)
  • Retablo de la Guerra Civil Española (1980)
  • Inquisición y Libertad (1982) with J. L. García Sánchez
  • El Nacimiento de un Nuevo Mundo (1982) with J. L. García Sánchez
  • El Horizonte Ibérico (1983) with Elbia Álvarez
  • La Nueva Ilustración Española (1983) with J. L. García Sánchez
  • Los Paraísos Perdidos (1985)
  • Madrid (1987)
  • Octavia (2002)
  • Homenaje a Madrid (2004)
  • Corredores de fondo (2005)
  • Fiesta (2005)
  • Capea (2005)
  • Libre te quiero (2012)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ https://elpais.com/cultura/2017/08/13/actualidad/1502610441_951260.html
  2. ^ "Berlinale 1977: Juries". berlinale.de. Retrieved 2010-07-19.

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