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Fire in Castilla (Tactilvision from the Moor of the Fright) (1961)

Fuego en Castilla (Tactilvisión del páramo del espanto) (original title)
Short documentary featuring sculptures of Alonso de Berruguete and Juan de Juni in the Valladolid National Museum.

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José Val del Omar
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Short documentary featuring sculptures of Alonso de Berruguete and Juan de Juni in the Valladolid National Museum.

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A treasure of the Spanish film heritage. Fuego en Castilla won the jury's special award in cinematography and photographic effects in 1961. The tactilVisión was the technique developed by Val del Omar. See more »

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Spain

Release Date:

May 1961 (France) See more »

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Fire in Castilla (Tactilvision from the Moor of the Fright) See more »

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Hermic Films See more »
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