Emilio el indio fernandez oscar

Emilio el indio fernandez oscar

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Emilio «El Indio» Fernández Romo, (español: [eˈmiljo feɾˈnandes ˈromo]; 26 de marzo de 1904 – 6 de agosto de 1986) fue un director de cine, actor y guionista mexicano. Fue uno de los directores de cine más prolíficos de la Época de Oro del cine mexicano en las décadas de 1940 y 1950. Es conocido por su trabajo como director de la película María Candelaria (1944), que ganó la Palma de Oro en el Festival de Cannes de 1946[1] Como actor, trabajó en numerosas producciones cinematográficas en México y en Hollywood.
Nacido en Sabinas, Coahuila, el 26 de marzo de 1904, Emilio Fernández Romo era hijo de un general revolucionario, mientras que su madre era descendiente de indios Kickapoo. Era el hermano mayor del actor mexicano Jaime Fernández. De sus padres heredó un profundo sentimiento y amor por su país, así como sus costumbres y creencias indígenas, que le llevaron a forjar su personalidad como hombre de carácter impetuoso. Desde sus primeros años y a lo largo de su vida, se caracterizó por su fuerte personalidad, su carácter impetuoso y su orgullo por sus raíces indígenas, rasgos forjados por la gran influencia ejercida sobre él por su familia[2].

Dolores of the river

Beyond the versions, what is certain is that Emilio «El Indio» Fernández did not need this anecdote to become a legend. Proof of this is the quality of the feature films he directed. Iconic films (photographed by Gabriel Figueroa) that will make them immortal for the rest of eternity.
In 2016, at the Mayan complex of Palenque located in present-day Chiapas, he revealed its network of subway canals ‘hidden’ beneath the Temple of the Inscriptions, the largest known monument at the site.
This time, the discoveries deviate from mysterious architectural features to a possibly known cultural scope. During routine excavations at Palenque, they have come across a wealth of archaeological treasures, including another death mask of the Maya ruler Pakal.
The discovery of the mask, which enriches the vision that was had of the Mayas, represents K’inich Janaab’ Pakal, detailed the director of the INAH, Diego Prieto, who remembered that these works were carried out thanks to the economic support that the team of the archaeologist Arnoldo González received last December 4, estimated in a financing of 500 thousand dollars, about 9.5 million pesos, from the United States Ambassadors Fund for the Preservation of the Cultural.

The wild bunch

Beyond the versions, what is certain is that Emilio «El Indio» Fernández did not need this anecdote to become a legend. Proof of this is the quality of the feature films he directed. Iconic films (photographed by Gabriel Figueroa) that will make them immortal for the rest of eternity.
In 2016, at the Mayan complex of Palenque located in present-day Chiapas, he revealed its network of subway canals ‘hidden’ beneath the Temple of the Inscriptions, the largest known monument at the site.
This time, the discoveries deviate from mysterious architectural features to a possibly known cultural scope. During routine excavations at Palenque, they have come across a wealth of archaeological treasures, including another death mask of the Maya ruler Pakal.
The discovery of the mask, which enriches the vision that was had of the Mayas, represents K’inich Janaab’ Pakal, detailed the director of the INAH, Diego Prieto, who remembered that these works were carried out thanks to the economic support that the team of the archaeologist Arnoldo González received last December 4, estimated in a financing of 500 thousand dollars, about 9.5 million pesos, from the United States Ambassadors Fund for the Preservation of the Cultural.

Emilio el indio fernandez oscar 2021

The stellar Mexican Oscar moment in those days of black and white -which is still talked about today- was achieved by Emilio ‘El Indio’ Fernández, when he invented that he had been the model who posed nude for the creation of the coveted statuette of 4 kilos plated in 24 carat gold, with a man holding the sword of protection standing on a film reel.
So in this topsy-turvy world (as the Argentinian María Elena Walsh said)… if Chaplin did not win an Oscar and neither did Gabriel Figueroa, the one with the statuette… then… it must be ‘el Indio’, then… the night the Academy saw a very moved Chaplin, an honorary Oscar. 1972. -Chaplin’s simple speech runs from min 2.50 [email protected]íazbarriga1