25 classic Mexican films restored
Miami, April 9 (IANS/EFE) Film distributor Venevision International said it has completely restored 25 classic Mexican films in high definition and plans to release them.
The restoration was completed by experts who repaired defects in the films and adjusted the colours and audio completely, Venevision International said in a statement.
"When I evaluate the original negatives with which these films were made, I realize that at the time they were made it was impossible to achieve the quality with which they were restored," Movie-Mex International president Alex Agrasanchez said.
Movie-Mex International, a unit of Organizacion Cisneros, will screen the films at MipTV, the leading television content marketplace, which runs until Thursday in Cannes, France.
"La Vida No Vale Nada" (1954), with Pedro Infante and Rosario Granados; "La Escondida" (1955), with Maria Felix and Pedro Armendariz; "Camino De Guanajuato" (1955), with Lola Beltran, Jose Alfredo Jimenez and Demetrio Gonzalez; "Aqui Esta Tu Enamorado" (1962), with Antonio Aguilar and Flor Silvestre; and "Los Sanchez Deben Morir," with Javier Solis, Lucha Villa, Fernando Casanova and Rosa Maria Vazquez are among the films that were restored.
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