Contents 1 Early years: 1912-1950 2 The 1950s to 1970s 3 The 1980s to present 4 Partial list of Puerto Rican films 5 See also 6 References 7 External links


Early years: 1912-1950[edit] Juan Emilio Viguié Cajas, pioneer in Puerto Rico's film industry After the early images recorded by the American soldiers in 1898, most of the films produced in the island were documentaries. It wasn't until 1912 that Rafael Colorado D'Assoy recorded the first non-documentary film titled Un drama en Puerto Rico. After that, Colorado and Antonio Capella Martínez created the Film Industrial Society of Puerto Rico in 1916, producing their first film titled Por la hembra y el gallo. Other film companies formed during the time were the Tropical Film Company (1917) and the Porto Rico Photoplays (1919). The Tropical Film Company was founded by two intellectuals in the National Independence Movement and a veteran filmmaker that immigrated to Puerto Rico from Spain. Even though it is known that this company had produced four films, none of them have been retrieved. This however does not negate the founding base of the Tropical Film Company in Puerto Rican Cinema. It was through Tropical Film Company that the first discourses of educational, cultural, and economic aims were made within the limitations of financial and infrastructural resources that existed then, and still persist, for locally grounded cinematic production, distribution and exhibition in Puerto Rico. [1] In 1934, Juan Emilio Viguié Cajas produced and directed the first Puerto Rican film with sound titled, Romance Tropical. There is little known of the whereabouts of this film or the ones mentioned above.


The 1950s to 1970s[edit] External video 1953's movie Los Peloteros on YouTube Una Gallega en la Habana on YouTube The first truly Puerto Rican film, Los Peloteros (1953), featured a Puerto Rican cast and was based on a real story. Ramón Rivero (Diplo) starred as the inspirational coach of a children's baseball team. His impoverished team played with old, broken equipment and longed for uniforms. Known as a comedian, the role enabled Rivero to demonstrate his dramatic abilities. The children in the movie were not professional actors; they actually were poor children cast at the shooting locale. Photographer Jack Delano directed the film for the Puerto Rican government's Division of Community Education. Some consider Los Peloteros to be the best Puerto Rican film ever made. Several films were shot in Puerto Rico in the 1950s. Two were Puerto Rican, the musical drama El Otro Camino (1955), and the drama/romance Maruja (1958). Axel Anderson was a German ex-patriate who became a star in both Puerto Rican television and film. In Maruja, Anderson played opposite leading lady, Marta Romero, and in El Otro Camino he played opposite Rosaura Andreu, future children's television host. A third movie was the American film noir Man With My Face (1951), a thriller centering on Americans living in Puerto Rico. Producer J. Harold Odell shot three films on the island, Machete, Counterplot and Fiend of Dope Island. In 1956, Modesta, a short film produced within the island's Division of Community Education, won the Best Short Film Award at the Venice Film Festival; in 1998, Modesta became the first Puerto Rican film named to the United States National Film Registry. Maruja Within the 1960s, an explosion of filmmaking aroused on the island. About half of the films shot in this period were co-productions between Puerto Rico and Mexico. Mexico also shot a few stand-alone productions, plus a few co-productions with Spain and Venezuela. Puerto Rico hosted a sizable number of U.S. movies throughout the decade, plus one from Argentina and one from the United Kingdom. Although none of the movies from this period received wide critical acclaim, director Leopoldo Torre Nilsson was nominated for the Golden Palm award at the Cannes Film Festival for his work on La Chica del Lunes (1967). Also notable are the Bob Hope comedy The Private Navy of Sgt. O'Farrell (1968) when Hawaii was unavailable for Department of Defense cooperation and a film adaptation of William Golding's novel Lord of the Flies. Filmmaking in the 1970s, slowed down substantially. Among the handful of Puerto Rican pictures (mostly co-productions), only the Jacobo Morales film Dios los Cría (1979) stands out. Morales had a solid background as an actor and writer, going back to the inception of Puerto Rican television in the 1950s. Dios los Cria marked the beginning of his work writing and directing for the big screen. The collection of five comedic tales earned him acclaim, as well as a slot in the 'Un Certain Regard' section of the 1979 Cannes Film Festival. The United States produced more films in Puerto Rico in the 1970s than any other country did. Most of them were schlock movies typical of the time, such as producer Sydney W. Pink's last movie The Man From O.R.G.Y. (1970). The Woody Allen film Bananas, of 1971, is the only classic American film of the time to be filmed in Puerto Rico. Jacobo Morales played a supporting role on the film.


The 1980s to present[edit] Following up on his previous success, Morales has continued to write and direct his own films. Nicolas y los Demas (1986) and Lo que le Pasó a Santiago (1989) both won audience appreciation. In addition, the latter received an Oscar nomination for Best Foreign Film. In 1994, he directed Linda Sara which didn't earn as much respect as his earlier works, although it's generally considered enjoyable. In 2004, he released a sequel to his 1979 hit, Dios los Cria 2. During the 1980s, Puerto Rican began submitting films for consideration to the Academy Award for Best Foreign Film. Some of the films submitted were La Gran Fiesta and the above-mentioned Lo que le Pasó a Santiago. Despite these efforts, the industry wasn't booming like before. Una Aventura Llamada Menudo was a local film that gained international success during 1982, thanks in part to it being starred by Menudo, a teen idol band of the time. The early to mid-1990s had Paramount Pictures' A Show of Force, whose cast included Amy Irving, Robert Duvall, Andy García, and Kevin Spacey; La Guagua Aérea, the aforementioned Linda Sara, and El Poder del Shakti as theatrical releases on the island. 1997 brought Robert Zemeckis and his team to the island to shoot sequences for Contact and Steven Spielberg for a 2-day shoot for Amistad. 1998 had theatrical releases for the well-received Héroes de Otra Patria and for the not-as-well-received Mi Día de Suerte, as well as a limited release for The Face at the Window. 1999 had the theatrical premiere, but not a general theatrical release, for the English-language Paging Emma. In the 2000s (decade), another filmmaking boom began. 12 Horas enjoyed a decent, six-week theatrical run in 2001, and ever since then, the number of films made by Puerto Ricans has increased dramatically. So has the variety, including documentaries, short films, and animation. Voces inocentes (2004) co-produced by Mexico, Puerto Rico, and the United States, won several international awards. Both the Puerto Rico Film Commission and the Corporation for the Development of Arts, Science and Film Industry in Puerto Rico promote local and international film making, including loans and financial incentives. Other recent films that have garnered praise are Celestino y el Vampiro, Ladrones y Mentirosos, Cayo, and Jacobo Morales' Angel. Unfortunately, people in Puerto Rico see most of these films as art house material and they don't get the box office reception as many American mainstream films.[2] One notable exception to this trend of lukewarm reception at the box office occurred with the film Maldeamores. Starting with its sold-out, one-week Oscar-qualifying run in late 2007, this film became a benchmark in Puerto Rican cinema for its combination of excellent critical reception, decent box office reception, and actual theatrical exhibition in the U.S. Nevertheless, in July 2009 the Puerto Rico Film Commission reported that Maldeamores had only recovered about 50% of its costs.[2] In 2008, director Steven Soderbergh and actor – producer Benicio del Toro filmed most of the first part of Che on the island; and George Clooney, Jeff Bridges, and Kevin Spacey (working in the island once more) shot The Men Who Stare at Goats. Also in 2008, the film Talento de Barrio, a movie based on the life of "Daddy Yankee", became the first Puerto Rican film to sell more than 300,000 tickets during its theatrical run, even though its critical reception was decidedly on the "rotten" side of the spectrum. In 2009, Party Time: The Movie, directed by Juan Fernandez-Paris, Miente (Lie), directed and production-designed by Rafi Mercado, and Kabo y Platon directed by Edmundo H. Rodríguez, received theatrical releases. Also, Johnny Depp visited the island to work in The Rum Diary and Joel Silver took advantage of available incentives to shoot most of The Losers. The year 2010 saw theatrical releases for Que Despelote, directed by Eduardo 'Transfor' Ortiz; Elite, directed by Andres Ramírez Molina, and Caos, directed by Raul García, and also saw the island serve as a production hub for a significant portion of Fast Five. 2011 was a somewhat tumultuous year for the film industry in Puerto Rico. It included a decision from the Academy Of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences which eliminated Puerto Rico's participation in the race for the Academy Award for Best Film in a Foreign Language.[3] Nevertheless, it did yield two theatrical releases: Que Joyitas, directed by Eduardo 'Transfor' Ortiz, which ultimately grossed over $700,000 at the box office, and Mi verano con Amanda 2, written and directed by Benjamin 'Benji' López. Other releases included The Caller (2011 film) and The Witness (El Testigo). In 2012, the short film Mi santa mirada, directed by Alvaro Aponte Centeno, became the first Puerto Rican short film to compete for the Short Film Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival. Locally, 2012 marked the two-week theatrical release of the film Los Condenados and the seven-month theatrical release of Broche de oro, directed by Raul Marchand.


Partial list of Puerto Rican films[edit] Main article: List of Puerto Rican films Film Year Comment 12 Horas 2001 29 de mayo Short Film ¿Y si Cristóbal despierta? 2001 TV A life of sin 1979 Actores trabajando 2006 Adiós, New York, adiós 1973 Agua con sal 2005 Al compás de un sentimiento 1996 Alicia Alonso y el Ballet Nacional de Cuba 1979 Amnesia 2006 Amor perdóname 1967 Amores como todos los demás 1999 TV Ángel 2007 Angelito mío 1998 Angeles perdidos 2005 TV Antes de las 11 2007 Antesala de la silla eléctrica 1968 Archipiélago 2003 Arocho y Clemente 1970 Ayer amargo 1959 Bala perdida 2003 TV Barricada 2008 Barrios: El bailao de Julia y Berto 2004 TV Barrios: El rumbón de Fepe 2004 TV Barrios: La familia del camello 2004 TV Bello amanecer 1968 Candido 1975 Cannabis Cannibal II: Exodus 2009 Caña brava 1965 Casi Casi 2006 Cayo 2005 Celestino y el vampiro 2003 Chiquito pero Juguetón: The Muvi 2008 Christian y Cristal 2009 Complot 1999 Con los pies descalzos 1961 Conciencia 2008 Conexión Caribe 1984 Contrabandistas del Caribe 1966 Contraseña 2008 Correa Cotto: ¡Así me llaman! 1968 Cuando lo pequeño se hace grande 2000 Short film Cuando quiere un borincano 1967 Cuentos de Abelardo 1991 Cuentos para despertar 1998 De espaldas al sol 1975 De la mano de un ángel 2002 TV Desamores 2004 Después de la muerte 2006 Diario Vietnam 2004 Dios los cría... 1979 Dios los cría 2 2005 Doña Ana 2003 Eco 2008 Encuentros 2003 TV El alcalde de Machuchal 1964 El anillo 2004 Short film El beso que me diste 2000 El clown 2007 El cielo de los ratones 2009 Short film [1] El cimarrón 2007 El cuerpo del delito 2005 TV El curandero del pueblo 1969 El derecho de comer 1968 El fugitivo de Puerto Rico 1975 El hijo de Ángela Maria 1974 El jibarito Rafael 1967 El jibaro millonario 1966 El lenguaje de la guerra 2009 El milagro de la virgen 1917 El otro 2010 Short Film El otro camino 1955 El poder del Shakti 1996 El ruiseñor y la rosa 1997 El septimo ángel 2000 El sueño del regreso 2006 El tesoro de Cofresí 1919 En mi viejo San Juan 1966 Elite 2010 Entre Dios y el hombre 1960 Entre el cielo y tú 2007 Entremedio 2006 Flight of Fancy 2000 Fray dollar 1970 Fuego en el alma 2002 TV Fuera de tinieblas 2009 Hay hombres para todas 2008 TV Héroe de Guerra 2007 Short Film Héroes de otra patria 1998 Heroína 1967 Historia de un ganster 1968 Huellas 1961 Ilusión 2001 TV Iraq en mí 2008 Juventud sin frenos 1965 Kabo y Platón 2009 Kamaleon 2003 La caja de problemas 2004 TV La criada malcriada 1969 La entrega 2007 Short Film La fiebre del deseo 1964 La fuga 2010 La gran fiesta 1985 La guagua aérea 1993 La jaula 1999 Short film La leyenda de Toño bicicleta 1975 La mala 2008 La mujer del cura 1967 La palomilla 1971 La Pandilla en apuros 1977 La piel desnuda 1964 La venganza de Correa Cotto 1969 La virgen de la calle 1965 La viudita se quiere casar 1917 Ladrones y mentirosos 2006 Lamento borincano 1963 Las combatientes 2004 TV Las pecadoras 1967 Libertad para la juventud 1970 Linda Sara 1994 Lo que le pasó a Santiago 1989 Los Condenados 2012 Los cuentos de Abelardo 1990 Los días de Doris 1998 Los dos mundos de Angelita 1982 Los expatriados 1963 Los misterios de Cofresí 1917 Los panas 2005 Short Film Los peloteros 1953 Los que nunca amaron 1965 Los unos y los otros 2009 Short Film Lucía, Ignacio y otras historias 2008 Luisa 1970 Luna de miel en Puerto Rico 1967 Machuchal agente 0 1966 Mafia en puerta de tierra 1917 Maldeamores 2007 Mami 1967 Manuela y Manuel 2008 Maruja 1958 Mas allá del capitolio 1963 Menudo:La Pelicula 1981 Meteoro 2007 Mi Borinquen querída 1965 Mi día de suerte 1998 Mi santa mirada 2012 Short Film Mi verano con Amanda 2008 Miente 2009 Mientras Puerto Rico duerme 1964 Mio 2010 Short Film Misión: Incomprensible 2004 Mónica 1994 Short Film Mr. Dollar 1964 Muerte en el paraíso 2008 Mulato 1967 Naco 2009 Short Film Natas es Satán 1971 Nicolás y los demás 1986 Not Even the Devil 2008 Nuestro regimiento 1966 Nuestro regimiento 1975 Obsesión 1961 Ocho puertas 2003 Operación alacrán 1976 Operación tiburón 1965 Organización criminal 1968 Paging Emma 1999 Palés y la rumba de esquina 2009 Paloma del monte 1917 Palmer a muerto 1961 Party Time: The Movie 2009 Pasaporte a la fama 2006 Pasiones Infernales 1969 Plaza vacante 2002 Por la hembra y el gallo 1916 Prohibído amar en Nueva York 1982 Punto 45 2006 Que bravas son las solteras 1976 Que Despelote 2010 Que familia mas normal 2004 TV Que familia mas normal 2 2004 TV Que familia mas normal 3 2004 TV Que Joyitas 2011 Raíces 2001 Revolución en el infierno 2005 Romance en Puerto Rico 1961 Romance tropical 1934 Rosa la tequilera 1968 Ruido 2007 Ruptura 1997 Short film Sabo 2004 Santa Cristal 2004 Seguros de vida 2004 Short film Seva vive 2008 Sudor amargo 2002 TV Sueños a precios de descuento 2006 Talento de barrio 2008 Taínos: La última tríbu 2005 Tango Bar 1988 Tesoros 1987 The Absolution 1998 Short film The disappearance of García Lorca 1997 The face at the window 1997 The machos 1975 The tents of Allah 1922 The Witness (El Testigo) 2011 The woman who fooled herself 1922 Todos tenemos un ángel 2005 Toño bicicleta 1975 Traicioneros 2007 Short Film Tres puertorriqueñas y un deseo 1961 Tropical love 1921 Tú mi amor 1972 Un amanta anda suelto 1970 Un drama en Puerto Rico 1912 Una aventura llamada Menudo 1983 Una historia común 2004 Una mujer sin precio 1965 Una puertorriqueña en Acapulco 1968 Vampiros 2004 Vendedora de amor 1964 Victoria 2006 Virgenes a go-go 1964 What I tell the wind 2008 Yellow 2007


See also[edit] Puerto Rico portal Film portal Cinema of the world List of Puerto Rican Academy Award winners and nominees List of films set in Puerto Rico List of Caribbean films List of Puerto Rican films


References[edit] ^ Company of contradictions: Puerto Rico's Tropical Film Company (1916-1917). Naida Garcia-Crespo. Film History. 23.4 (Oct. 2011) p401. Word Count: 8053. Reading Level (Lexile): 1730. ^ a b Puerto Rico: The island’s film industry is ready for action! (July 9, 2009) ^ Puerto Rico queda excluido de la carrera por el Oscar; El Nuevo Día (October 5, 2011)


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