Luis Alberto Juárez

Luis Alberto Juárez (2023-2024)

Luis Alberto Juárez studied design and visual communication at the UNAM Faculty of Arts and Design. Since 2016, he has participated in different film restoration projects with the UNAM Film Library and the ‘Elena Sánchez Valenzuela’ Laboratory at the Cineteca Nacional, focusing specifically on the following films: Tepeyac (José Manuel Ramos, Carlos E. González, Fernando Sáyago, 1917), Pueblerina (Emilio Fernández, 1949), Mecánica Nacional (Luis Alcoriza, 1972), Río Escondido (Emilio Fernández, 1948), Tiburoneros (Luis Alcoriza, 1962) -as a result of which he chaired a debate at the Arcadia restored film festival in 2019- and the TV show Los que hicieron nuestro cine (Alejandro Pelayo, 1983-1985). From 2020 to 2023, he led a project to restore the following films: La Sombra del Caudillo (Julio Bracho, 1960), Rosa blanca (Roberto Gavaldón, 1961), Los Caifanes (Juan Ibañez, 1967) and El Bulto (Gabriel Retes, 1991). He has completed several courses on the history of Mexican cinema, the cinema of Ingmar Bergman and North American film.

Last update of this profile: 2023