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Spain. Some Film background. Spanish Civil War (1936-39). Most existing silent films were destroyed (10%) Both sides used film as propaganda Under Franco (until 1970s) film industry controlled by government censored scripts before filming " official" Castilian dialect

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spain

Spain

Some Film background

spanish civil war 1936 39
Spanish Civil War (1936-39)
  • Most existing silent films were destroyed (10%)
  • Both sides used film as propaganda
  • Under Franco (until 1970s)
    • film industry controlled by government
    • censored scripts before filming
    • "official" Castilian dialect
    • virtuous, chauvinistic films…
      • civil war dramas, historical epics, religious films, literary adaptations
a few non government movements
A few non-government movements
  • 1951 – Italian Neorealism
  • Co-productions with France and Italy
    • 1950s, 1960s and 1970s
    • energized Spanish cinema artistically
post 1975
Post-1975
  • Franco's death liberated cinema
  • Led by the Pedro Almodóvar
  • Interest in horror and fantasy and works in other languages
  • 1987 Goya Awards
  • Spanish cinema may have a short history but is stronger now internationally than many other Western European countries