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Le cinéma latino-américain.

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Published by Institute for Cinema and Culture, University of Iowa in Iowa City .
Written in English


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Other titlesLe cinéma latino-américain.
SeriesIris -- no.13
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This book charts a comparative history of Latin America’s national cinemas through ten chapters that cover every major cinematic period in the region: silent cinema, studio cinema, neorealism and art cinema, the New Latin American Cinema, and contemporary cinema. . Latin American Cinema, pp. Identifythe main causes of the collapse in Latin • Discuss how and why Latin American cinema in the s uses nostalgia to revisit the projects of liberal modernity (Como agua para chocolate, Alfonso Arau, Mexico, ), socialist modernity (Fresa and chocolate, Tomás Gutiérrez Alea and.

The NOOK Book (eBook) of the The New Latin American Cinema: A Continental Project by Zuzana M. Pick at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more! Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Book Description. The Routledge Companion to Latin American Cinema is the most comprehensive survey of Latin American cinemas available in a single volume. While highlighting state-of-the-field research, essays also offer readers a cohesive overview of multiple facets of filmmaking in the region, from the production system and aesthetic tendencies, to the nature of circulation and reception.

Buy This Book in Print summary Viewing contemporary Latin American films through the lens of queer studies reveals that many filmmakers are exploring issues of gender identity and sexual difference, as well as the homophobia that attempts to defeat any challenge to the . New Latin American Cinema, Volume 2 book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Mapping the historical and cultural contexts of film p /5(4).


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In his impressively well-researched Latin American Cinema: A Comparative History, Paul A. Schroeder Rodríguez shows how cinema has been at the intersection of politics and modernity in Latin America and remained an important form of cultural and social media in the region, from silent films to present-day movies.

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Schroeder Rodríguez weaves close readings of approximately fifty paradigmatic films into a. About this book A Companion to Latin American Cinema offers a wide-ranging collection of newly commissioned essays and interviews that explore the ways in which Latin American cinema has established itself on the international film scene in the twenty-first century.

Features contributions from international critics, historians, and scholars. From El Megano and Black God, White Devil to City of God and Babel, Latin American films have a rich this concise but comprehensive account, Stephen M.

Hart traces Latin American cinema from its origins in to the present day, along the way providing original views of major films and mini-biographies of major film directors. Based on Latin American cinema = book years of research, Latin American Cinema is essential reading and offers critical insight into the complexities and contradictions which underpin our cinematographic culture.” For more information, or to order this book, please visit About the Edition "These collected essays explore important elements of Latin American cinema and its associated national film industries.

These essays examine the impact of modernization on both Latin American screen images and the industry itself, focus on filmmakers who deal with issues of gender and sexuality and discuss the relationship between national identity and the Latin American Pages: This book charts a comparative history of Latin America’s national cinemas through ten chapters that cover every major cinematic period in the region: silent cinema, studio cinema, neorealism and art cinema, the New Latin American Cinema, and contemporary cinema.

This volume comprises essays on the development of the New Latin American Cinema as a comparative national project. Essays are grouped by nation into two regions - Middle and Central America and Caribbean and South America - for comparitive study, particularly between capitalist and post-revolutionary socialist formations.4/5(1).

Latin American cinema refers collectively to the film output and film industries of Latin American film is both rich and diverse, but the main centers of production have been Argentina, Brazil and American cinema flourished after the introduction of sound, which added a linguistic barrier to the export of Hollywood film south of the border.

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The author pays close attention to films produced before the s and reflects on filmmaking in the region in comparison to.

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Each chapter assesses an individual film, with some contributors considering the reasons for the unprecedented commercial and critical successes of movies such as City of God, The Motorcycle Diaries, Y tu mamá.

Mapping the historical and cultural contexts of film practices in Latin America, this two-volume collection of programmatic statements, essays and interviews is devoted to the study of a theorized, dynamic and unfinished cinematic movement/5(12).

From El Megano and Black God, White Devil to City of God and Babel, Latin American films have a rich this concise but comprehensive account, Stephen M. Hart traces Latin American cinema from its origins in to the present day, along the way providing original views of major films and mini-biographies of major film : Reaktion Books, Limited.

Michael T. Martin's New Latin American Cinema is an indispensable resource for scholars and students of international cinema, mass-mediated culture, art, and politics/5(3). Overview. This book charts a comparative history of Latin America’s national cinemas through ten chapters that cover every major cinematic period in the region: silent cinema, studio cinema, neorealism and art cinema, the New Latin American Cinema, and contemporary cinema.

Schroeder Rodríguez weaves close readings of approximately fifty paradigmatic films into a lucid narrative Pages: The Cinema of Latin America is the first volume in the new 24 Frames series of studies of national and regional cinema.

In taking an explicitly text-centered approach, the books in this series. The first history of Latin American cinema published in Latin America, covering most Spanish-language cinemas and Brazil until − Combining cinematic historiography with critical appraisal, it is structured around major political and economic developments.

New Latin American Cinema, Volume 1 Theories, Practices, and Transcontinental Articulations Edited by Michael T. Martin Subjects: By WSU Faculty, Film Theory and Criticism, Filmmakers, Latin American Studies, World Cinema.

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This engaging book explores some of the most significant films to emerge from Latin America sincean extraordinary period of international recognition for the region's cinema/5(9).Latin American Cinema.

Book Description: This book charts a comparative history of Latin America's national cinemas through ten chapters that cover every major cinematic period in the region: silent cinema, studio cinema, neorealism and art cinema, the New Latin American Cinema, and contemporary cinema.

Schroeder Rodríguez weaves close readings of approximately fifty paradigmatic films into a .