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Migration in Lusophone cinema

Author: Cacilda Rêgo; Marcus Brasileiro
Publisher: New York, NY : Palgrave Macmillan, 2014.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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With more than 250 million speakers globally, the Lusophone world has a rich history of filmmaking. Themes of migration, nation, and displacement are frequent topics of concern, as directors and writers look to address the diasporic experience. This edited volume analyzes the representation of the migratory experience in contemporary cinema from Portuguese-speaking countries, exploring how Lusophone films,  Read more...
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Migration in Lusophone cinema
(DLC) 2014022174
(OCoLC)884299047
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Cacilda Rêgo; Marcus Brasileiro
ISBN: 9781137408921 1137408928 9781349488452 1349488453
OCLC Number: 897358627
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Imagining migration: a panoramic view of Lusophone films and Tabu (2012) as case study / Carolin Overhoff Ferreira --
Thinking of Portugal, looking at Cape Verde: notes on representation of immigrants in the films of Pedro Costa / Nuno Barradas Jorge --
Outros bairros and the challenges of place in post-colonial Portugal / Derek Pardue --
Deterritorialisation processes in the Portuguese emigratory context: cinematic representations of departing and returning / Fatima Velez de Castro --
Performing criminality: immigration and integration in foreign land and fado blues / Frans Weiser --
Two Hungaries and many Saudades: transnational and postnational emotional vectors in contemporary Brazilian cinema / Jack Draper III --
Reverse migration in Brazilian transnational cinema: um passaporte h?ngaro and raps?dia arm?nia / Nadia Lie --
Otherness and nationhood in Tizuka Yamasaki's Gaijin I and Gaijin II / Ilvaro Baquero-Pecino --
Cinema, aspirins, and vultures: a double escape from a global conflict / Ursula Prutsch --
European immigrants and the estado novo in contemporary Brazilian cinema / Carolina Rocha --
The migrant in Helena Solberg's Carmen Miranda: bananas is my business / Regina R. Felix.
Responsibility: edited by Cacilda Rego and Marcus Brasileiro.

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