Matilde Landeta Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, DOB(Famous Birthday), Family, Husband, Net Worth

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Matilde Landeta (Matilde Soto Landeta)

Last Updated: 09 May, 2024 | Views: 261

Age: 85

Profession: Historical Women

Other Profession(s): Filmmaker, Screen Writer

Famous For: The First Woman To Serve In Mexican Film During Its Golden Age

Matilde Landeta Birth Date, Sign, Religion, Nationality, Hometown

Date of Birth
20 Sep, 1913 (85 Years 04 Months 6 Days)

Birth Country
Mexico

Birth Place
Mexico City

Birth Sign
Sagittarius

Nationalities
Mexican

Died on
26 Jan, 1999

Cause of Death
Still Unknown

Matilde Landeta Early life, Education, Career, Awards, Achievements, Controversy, Unknown Facts

About (Profile/Biography):
Matilde Soto Landeta was born on 20 September 1913 and died on 26 January 1999. She was the first Mexican woman to fill this role during the Golden Age of Mexican cinema. Throughout her career, she has portrayed realistic female protagonists in a patriarchal society.
Matilde Landeta Career:
Matilde Landeta Early Life
• Matilde Landeta was born on 20 September 1913 in Mexico City, the daughter of Gregorio Soto Conde and Matilde Landeta Dávalos. Her aunt and grandmother raised Landeta when her mother died when she was three.

• Her studies continued at a monastery for Dominican mothers in Mexico City. A trip to the United States led her to watch the film Old San Francisco, which sparked a love of cinema.
Matilde Landeta Won TheMexican Top Film Prize In 1992
• El Camino de la Vida won Matilde Landeta the Ariel, the Mexican top film prize, for Best Screen Story and the Lifetime Achievement Ariel in 1992.
Matilde Landeta Second Feature Film- La Negra Angustias
• Matilde Landeta received harsh criticism from her colleagues in the film industry for her second feature film, La Negra Angustias, as well as a boycott like her first. 

• From this point on, her name and reputation within the industry began to decline exponentially. Juvenile Court was to be directed by Landeta.
Matilde Landeta Translating The Shorts And Returning To Filming 
• Matilde Landeta finished translating the shorts and went back to filmmaking. She was prohibited from making another film. She didn't make her final feature-length film until 1991 Nocturno a Rosario (1991). 
Matilde Landeta Personal Life
• Matilde Landeta grew up in a household that discouraging her from becoming a filmmaker. Her family ties were damaged as a result of this conflict.

• Matilde Landeta married Martn Toscano Rodriguez in 1933, a colonel from Sonora. She clarified before he proposed that she committed to her filmmaking career, which the colonel said was fine. After 10 years of marriage, they divorced.
Matilde Landeta Awards And Recognition
• 1956: Berlin International Film Festival award
• 1957: Ariel Award

Matilde Landeta Height, Weight, Eye Color, Hair

Height (Approx.)
In Centimeters 157 cm
In Meters 1.57 m
In feet & Inches 5'2"

Weight (Approx.)
In Kilograms 52 Kg
In Pounds 114 lbs

Eye Color
Black

Hair Color
Black

Matilde Landeta Family, Parents, Kids, Father, Mother, Children

Father's Name
Gregorio Soto Conde

Mother's Name
Matilde Landeta Dávalos

Spouse
Martín Toscano Rodríguez

Son(s)
-

Daughter(s)
-

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