Friday, September 30, 2016

RIP Pablo Núñez


Pablo Nunez dies

 

Academia de las Artes y las Ciencias Cinematograficas de Espana

9/28/2016

 

Pioneer in Spain animated drawing and the most important creator of credit in this country, was a founding member of the Academy, which in 2007 was awarded the Gold Medal

 

Director, animator, cartoonist and technical visual effects, Pablo Nunez, one of the pioneers in the lively in Spain drawing and the most important creator of credit in this country, died Wednesday in Madrid, at 86 years old.

 

founding member of the Film Academy, which in 2007 was awarded the Gold Medal, Nunez worked in more than 2400 films; directed 32 short films entertainment and cultural both cartoon and real image with effects, which won numerous awards at national and international festivals; and he was responsible for the credits of masterpieces such as Chimes at Midnight, Tristana and Placido - appropriations latter are a benchmark of modernity and are considered pioneers in the panorama of Spanish- cinema.

 

Orson Welles, Luis Bunuel, Luis Garcia Berlanga, Jose Maria Forqué, Fernando Fernan Gomez, Carlos Saura, Gonzalo Suarez, Pilar Miró, Antonio Mercero, Mario Camus, Fernando Trueba, Victor Erice, José Luis Borau, Julio Medem, are only a small sample filmmakers with whom he worked veteran coach, who collaborated with Pedro Almodóvar in dark Habits, law of desire, tO tame!, Heels, the flower of my secret and all about my mother.

 

The spinnaker Spirit of the Beehive, The National Shotgun, The Hive and the south were some of the tapes had the headboard designed by Pablo Nunez, who also signed the credits Barrio, Others, Beach greyhounds and visionaries.

 

Goya Awards nominated five times (by special effects of A King in Havana Keys of independence and the south of Granada, and directed the short films A ... Praying Mantis and TV), Pablo Nunez he founded the production company Story Film, with which both cartoon and real image, made credits for feature films and TV shows, trailers, optical and digital special effects and commercials for film and television.

 

Pablo Nunez (Madrid, 1930) studied Fine Arts at the School of Arts and Crafts, published his first cartoon in the children 's magazine "Wonderland" and always alternated his collaborations in various magazines and publications as an artist with his work of director-director and screenwriter animation film advertising and entertainment. His drawings were easily recognizable by their prominent noses and spot color overlays Cubist type, influenced by the style of American animation studio UPA Pictures.

 

His funeral chapel has been installed in the Morgue of the M-30.


 

NUNEZ, Pablo

Born: 1930 Madrid, Madrid, Spain

Died: 9/28/2016, Madrid, Madrid, Spain

 

Pablo Nunez’s western – title designer:

Hands of a Gunman - 1965

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