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Colección:
Revista Interamericana de Bibliografía (RIB)
Número: 1
Título: 1998

FILMS

Diego Rivera: I Paint what I See. Directed by Mary Lance. Los Angeles: Direct Cinema Ltd; 1989.

The words of Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo, and other historical figures are adapted from their writings.

Frida. Produced by Manuel Barbachano Ponce directed by Paul Leduc. n.p.: Clasa Film Mundiales, S.A.; 1992. (Connoisseur Video Collection).

Title on container: Paul Leduc’s Frida. Spanish, with English subtitles. Videocassette release of the 1984 Mexican motion picture, starring Ofelia Medina, Juan José Gurrola, Salvador Sánchez, Max Kerlow, and Claudio Brook.

Frida Kahlo (1910-1954): Portrait of an Artist. Chicago: Home Vision; 1983.

With written commentary by Hayden Herrera.

Frida Kahlo: Portrait of a Woman. Produced and edited by Esther Reyes. Princeton: Films for the Humanities; 1992.

Brief but substantive documentary featuring Kahlo’s devotion to her art and her lifelong battle against physical pain.

Frida: Naturaleza vida. Produced by Manuel Barbachano Ponce. Directed by Paul Leduc. Mexico: Macondo Cine Video; 1980.

Frida: Naturaleza vida. Produced by Manuel Barbachano Ponce. Directed by Paul Leduc. Los Angeles: Connoisseur Video Collection; 1989.

In Spanish with English subtitles.

The Life and Death of Frida Kahlo as told to David and Karen Crommie. Edited by Karen and David Crommie. San Francisco: Serious Business Co; 1966.

The Life and Death of Frida Kahlo as told to David and Karen Crommie. Edited by Karen and David Crommie. San Francisco: Crommie and Crommie, Inc; 1980.

Originally released as a 16 mm. motion picture in 1966, this biographical sketch emphasizes significant events in Kahlo’s life that influenced her work.

This Cordate Carcass. Produced by Llory Wilson. Los Angeles: United Artists; 1989.

A co-commission of Dance Theatre Workshop, Philadelphia’s Painted Bride Art Center and Seatlle’s On the Boards. Dance performance inspired by the works of Frida Kahlo.