José F. Aguayo
José Fernández Aguayo (1911 – 11 May 1999) was a Spanish photography director. Throughout his career, he worked with some of the greatest Spanish film directors, such as Luis Buñuel and Fernando Fernán-Gómez.
José F. Aguayo
José Fernández Aguayo
|Died||11 May 1999 (aged 87–88)|
Life and careerEdit
Aguayo, born in Madrid, was the son of bullfighting photographer Baldomero Fernández Raigón. He was an amateur bullfighter in his youth, but he earned his living as a photographer. He entered the film world after having worked on a report about the filming of Currito de la Cruz. He was hired as an assistant to operator Enrique Guerner. He worked as a reporter for the Second Spanish Republic and the Junta de Defensa de Madrid (Board of Defence of Madrid), circumstances which forced him to use his second last name to continue developing his career as a reporter. Among his work, the following stand out: Locura de amor (Craziness of Love), Dónde vas Alfonso XII (Where are you Going Alphonse XII), Viridiana, El extraño viaje (The Strange Journey) and Tristana. He stopped his professional activities in 1983.
|1986||1st Goya Awards||Honorary Goya Award|||
- Castanet (1945)
- Unknown Path (1946)
- Lola Leaves for the Ports (1947)
- The Princess of the Ursines (1947)
- Anguish (1947)
- Madness for Love (1948)
- Night Arrival (1949)
- Currito of the Cross (1949)
- Devil's Roundup (1952)
- Come Die My Love (1952)
- The Floor Burns (1952)
- Two Paths (1954)
- Father Cigarette (1955)
- The Legion of Silence (1956)
- The Last Torch Song (1957)
- The Sun Comes Out Every Day (1958)
- Where Are You Going, Alfonso XII? (1959)
- Alfonso XII and María Cristina (1960)
- A Girl from Chicago (1960)
- The Mustard Grain (1962)
- The Blackmailers (1963)
- Tomy's Secret (1963)
- The Twin Girls (1963)
- Currito of the Cross (1965)
- Road to Rocío (1966)
- Another's Wife (1967)
- Fruit of Temptation (1968)
- The Sailor with Golden Fists (1968)
- A Decent Adultery (1969)
- The Man Who Wanted to Kill Himself (1970)
- Nothing Less Than a Real Man (1972)
- The Doubt (1972)
- The King is the Best Mayor (1974)
- The Good Days Lost (1975)
- Death's Newlyweds (1975)
- Forget the Drums (1975)
- Two Men and Two Women Amongst Them (1977)
- And in the Third Year, He Rose Again (1980)
- Spoiled Children (1980)
- The Cheerful Colsada Girls (1984)
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