Juan Luis Buñuel dies at 87.
December 8, 2017
The eldest son of Juan Luis Bunuel has died in Paris, the city where he was born in 1934.
Juan Luis Buñuel visited Aragón frequently and also Calanda, town in which he got to shoot some works. They were two. The first, in 1966 and was called 'Calanda' and the second, in 2007 with the name of ' Calanda. 40 years later . ' Juan Luis, who in addition to film worked photography and sculpture, among other arts, took that year in his visit to the town a very special and very personal exhibition of photographs.
The CBC showed 98 images of the shootings in which he collaborated as a director, or as an assistant director, but also images of his own life, with his family and with his father Luis Buñuel. Also social and family prints.
In those days, the second part of that first documentary of 1966 was filmed. For the filmmaker, the life of this town, after 40 years, had changed considerably from "being a village in an agricultural Spain to a locality in Europe. 21st century, "he said then.
In his career he was the assistant director of Orson Welles and his own father. His are the productions' Quote with the happy death ', the woman with the red boots',' Leonor 'or' The chess player '.
He also starred with Jean-Claude Carriere in 'The Last Screenplay. Buñuel en la memoria', directed by Gaizka Urresti and Javier Espada.
BUNUEL, Juan Luis
Born: 11/9/1934, Paris, Île-de-France, France
Died: 12/7/2017, Paris, Île-de-France, France
Juan Luis Buñuel’s westerns – assistant director, director:
Viva Maria! – 1965 [assistant director]
Guns for San Sebastian – 1968 [assistant director]
The Rebellion of the Hanged - 1986 [director]