Julio Porter

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Julio Porter
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Born July 14, 1916
Buenos Aires
Died October 24, 1979(1979-10-24) (aged 63)
Mexico City
Occupation Screenwriter & Film director

Julio Porter (July 14, 1916 in Buenos Aires October 24, 1979 in Mexico City) was an Argentine screenwriter and film director known as one of the most prolific screenwriters and film directors in the history of the Cinema of Argentina.

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He wrote the scripts for over 100 films between 1942 and his death. He directed 25 films between 1951 and 1979. His 1967 film Scandal in the Family was entered into the 5th Moscow International Film Festival. [1]

Scandal in the Family is a 1967 Argentine comedy film directed by Julio Porter. It was entered into the 5th Moscow International Film Festival.

The 5th Moscow International Film Festival was held from 5 to 20 July 1967. The Grand Prix was shared between the Soviet film The Journalist, directed by Sergei Gerasimov and the Hungarian film Father, directed by István Szabó. The festival line-up included the film Spellbound Wood, directed by Norodom Sihanouk, the former King of Cambodia.

Filmography

Director

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Actor

Screenwriter

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References

  1. "5th Moscow International Film Festival (1967)". MIFF. Archived from the original on 2013-01-16. Retrieved 2012-12-15.