Screenwriter Juan Antonio Porto Dies

2021-02-17   |   by CusiGO

Screenwriter Juan Antonio Porto died in Madrid on Tuesday, 16, at the age of 84. The cause of his death has yet to be determined. Porto is the screenwriter of the films wolf’s forest, the crime of kunka, beltenebros and the TV series, which portrays a rebel and ends his career with the curse of El Escorial. In addition, he is also a professor of image theory at the Madrid Academy of Information Sciences and a script professor at the Madrid community Film Academy, where he met a colleague who also came from the TV program “how big is a film”! Antonio Jimenez ricco, died last Friday.

Porto was born in Colonia in 1937. He got his directing degree from the Official Film Academy, and his career debut made him a director 20 minutes ago… Los brincos is a member of TVE teleclub and has worked there for several years. His first screenplay opened his door: Pedro Olivia’s “the forest of wolves” (1970), adapted by Jos é Luis L ó PEZ V á Z quez from a novel by Carlos mart í Nez barbeito, tells the story of a 19th-century Galician vulture suffering from severe seizures. The place he traded was full of rumors that he was a werewolf, and these stories drove him crazy. In the 1970s, he wrote more than one play a year and signed screenplays, such as Gonzalo Suarez’s regent (1974); Church’s forbidden love games (1975); ollia’s Korea (1976); Jodie greuw’s nap (1976); Antonio Isasi isamendi’s dog (1977); Manaus (1979), From Alberto V á zquez Figueroa to pilar Miro’s the crime of kunka (1980) ended the decade.

In fact, as the documentary return El CEPA recalls, the crime of Cuenca was born as a commissioned work of Miro, because the original idea and the first script came from Porto. He is fully aware of the story that first happened in Cuenca, which began in August 1910 when Jos é Mar í a grimaldos, a priest named CEPA, disappeared. Two of his colleagues, Gregorio Valero and Leon Sanchez, were charged with murder. Although the case was initially dismissed, the arrival of a new judge opened the door to the investigation again. Valero and Sanchez were tortured by the national guard until they pleaded guilty and were imprisoned for many years, until a people’s jury sentenced them to 18 years in 1918. They were released from prison in 1924 because of amnesty. Two years later, CEPA appeared again, and she was going to be baptized and married: she had been living in Mira, another village in kunka. Porto wanted to make a more judicial thriller, and producer Alfredo Matas wanted to make the midnight express to Spain. That’s why Porto produced only the first version, which was written by Laura Salvador before she was hired by pilar Miro.

In 1990, Porto adapted the series the forging of the rebels, directed by Mario Camus, into a TV series. The following year, pilar Miro adapted beltenebros, a best-selling novel, and he visited Madrid in 1962, as described in Antonio mu è oz Molina’s novel of the same name. According to the script, CO written by the director and Mario Camus, all three are Goya’s candidates. The film won the Berlin Silver Bear award. Porto’s last play was Antonio del Real’s the spell of Escorial (2008).

In addition, Porto is a film critic and lecturer of the Madrid Academy of Information Sciences, a screenwriter of the Madrid community Film Academy, and one of the founders of the Alma screenwriting Union in 1989. In February 2009, she won the gold medal for art. As a memorial, the school of Information Science published a writer in University in 2014.