Tagged: Paraná Sendrós

Sendrós Parana is a researcher, humorist and member of Ducros Hicken Film Museum. He has served as a specialized cinema journalist in many media including in Financial Field, Criteria, Film, etc.

Develops its academic activity as head of the analytical department of History of the International Media in the career of Image and Sound Design UBA. Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism at the University of Buenos Aires.

Parana Sendrós specially developed for surdelsur.com two reports covering the history of Argentine cinema. See below ..

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Argentine Cinema (1945-1995)

Article of the guest columnist,Paraná Sendrós for surdelsur.com Argentine cinema of ’50 Cinema arrived in Argentina soon after being launched in Paris and, in a short time, the first national productions started to be shot. Among other attractions, there were world-class pioneers in scientific and animation movies. But the true industry started only in 1933, with the establishment of sound film. The good times, when the Argentine movies were watched all over Hispanic-America, lasted until the early 1950s. Afterwards, the gradual closure of the big studios, the growth of television, the stagnation of...

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Argentine Cinema History (1896-1945)

Article of the guest columnist, Paraná Sendros for surdelsur.com The Silent Film Argentine cinema history begins with the first film exhibition with a motion picture of the Lumiére’s, that took place on July 18, 1896. In 1894 the kinetoscope had already made its arrival and, by early 1896, a kinetoscope concessionaire had tried public projections with a device of his own invention. In 1897, the import of French cameras started, and a Frenchman living in Argentina, Eugene Py, became the first filmmaker and cameraman with La bandera argentina (The Argentine Flag), a short movie. In...

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