Jorge Goldenberg Hachero (b. 1941) is a prolific screenwriter from Argentina.
Jorge Goldenberg was born in San Martín, Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1941. He studied film direction at the Film Institute of the National University of the Litoral in Santa Fe. He directed the documentaries Reportaje a un vagón (1963), Oficio (1966), co-directed the documentary Hachero nomás (1966) with Patricio Coll, Hugo Bonomo and Luis Zanger, and co-directed the documentary Regreso a Fortín Olmos (2008) with Patricio Coll.
Goldenberg has written several plays that have been staged in Argentina, other countries of Latin America and Europe, including Relevo 1923, Fifty-fifty, Poniendo la casa en orden, Knepp, Cartas a Moreno, Krinsky, La lista completa and Fotos de Infancias. He has also taught courses and led workshops on scriptwriting in several countries.
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Jorge Raúl Porcel de Peralta, known as Jorge Porcel, was an Argentine comedy actor and television host. He was nicknamed El Gordo de América. Porcel is considered, along with Alberto Olmedo, one of Argentina's greatest comic actors of the twentieth century.
Patricio Rey y Sus Redonditos de Ricota were a rock band formed in La Plata, Argentina. The group was active from the mid 70s up to the early 2000s. They keep an enormous fan-base in their home country and they are considered as one of the most popular bands in Argentina.
The following is an alphabetical list of topics related to the Argentine Republic.
Federico Luppi was an Argentine-Spanish film, TV, radio and theatre actor. He won numerous awards throughout his acting career, including a Concha de Plata at the San Sebastian International Film Festival.
Cinema of Argentina refers to the film industry based in Argentina. The Argentine cinema comprises the art of film and creative movies made within the nation of Argentina or by Argentine filmmakers abroad.
María Luisa Bemberg was an Argentine film writer, director and actress; one of the first Argentine women film directors with a powerful presence in the intellectual world of Argentina of 1970-1990. In her work, she specialized in portraying famous Argentinian women and the Argentine upper class. Bemberg also focused on feminism, with regard to the gender debate and cinematic gaze. Bemberg is arguably Argentina’s foremost female director.
Los Gatos were an Argentine rock group of the late 1960s, founded in the wake of an earlier group, Los Gatos Salvajes, who shared two of the same members. They are considered part of the founding trinity of Spanish-language rock in Argentina, along with Almendra and Manal. The unexpected success of their 1967 debut single "La balsa" was the kickstarter of Argentine rock, and pioneered Spanish-language rock.
Olga Zubarry was a classic Argentine actress who appeared in film between 1943 and 1997. She made over 60 appearances in film, spanning 6 decades of Argentine cinema, but is best known for her work during the Golden Age of Argentine Cinema. Throughout the course of her career, she received four Silver Condor Awards, two Martín Fierro Awards, a Konex Foundation Award and several others for her films and television performances. She is credited with starring in the first film in Argentina which featured nudity, though only her back was shown and she stated repeatedly that she wore a flesh-colored mesh and was not truly nude.
The cinema of Paraguay has historically been small. However, this has begun to change in recent years with films like El Toque del Oboe (1998); María Escobar (2002); O Amigo Dunor (2005), which competed for Best Movie in the Rotterdam International Film Festival; Hamaca Paraguaya (2006), which was screened at the Cannes Film Festival, gaining critical acclaim both in Paraguay and abroad; 7 cajas (2012); Latas Vacías (2014); and Luna de Cigarras (2014).
Héctor Pastor Bidonde is a noted Argentine theatre, film and television actor.
The National Institute of Cinema and Audiovisual Arts is an agency of the Government of Argentina. It promotes the Argentine film industry by funding qualified Argentine film production companies and supporting new filmmakers. The Institute was established on 14 May 1968 by law nº 17.741. The INCAA also organizes the Mar del Plata International Film Festival, Ventana Sur film market, and has its own film school called ENERC.
Guillermo Battaglia was a prolific Argentine film actor of the classic era of Argentine cinema.
Fuad Jorge Jury, commonly known as Leonardo Favio, was an Argentine singer, actor, film director and screenwriter. He is considered one of Argentina's best film directors and most enduring cultural figures as well as a popular singer-songwriter throughout Latin America.
Luzbelito is the eighth album by Argentine rock band Patricio Rey y sus Redonditos de Ricota, released in 1996. In 2007, the Argentine edition of Rolling Stone ranked it 88th on its list of "The 100 Greatest Albums of National Rock".
Chilean cinema refers to all films produced in Chile or made by Chileans.
Patricio Coll is a movie director from Argentina who has worked in film, video and TV, both in Argentina and Venezuela and Spain. He currently resides in Santa Fe.
Mónica Villa is an award-winning Argentine actress of stage, screen, and TV, as well as a researcher and educator. She earned a Best Actress award for her role as "Susana" in cult classic "Esperando la Carroza at the 1985 Festival de Cine Iberoamericano, in Huelva, Spain. She won an ACE Golden award for best leading actress in the 2002 comedy "Ojos traidores", a 2004 Premios Trinidad Guevara for best Actress of a Repertoire Company, a Premios Carlos de Oro for her 2011 performance as best lead actress in the theater production "Jardín De Otoño", and in 2015 a Premios Estrella de Mar for Best Female Performance in a Repertoire Company for "La Nona". In addition, she has been nominated for a Best Actress in a TV Special for the 2003 Premios Martín Fierro, making her acting work recognized in all three major media.
Ricardo López-Nuño Díez, better known as Ricardo Palacios, was a Spanish actor, film director and screenwriter.
Aurelia Del Carmen Guarini is an Argentine anthropologist, teacher, film director, and film producer specializing in anthropological documentary films. She teaches visual anthropology and directs documentaries in Argentina and in Cuba. She serves on the documentary projects' evaluation committee at the National Institute of Cinema and Audiovisual Arts and participates in Cine Ojo projects.
Gonzalo Calzada is an Argentine filmmaker and writer, best known for his directoral work on fantasy and horror films. His film Luisa was awarded the best "opera prima" at the 33rd Cairo International Film Festival in 2009. His film Resurrection achieved historic box office rankings for its genre in Argentina. Calzada's work is internationally recognized by film critics.