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Cacilda Rêgo; Carolina Rocha
|Description:||xi, 274 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||I. Introduction --
II. Funding. Contemporary Argentine cinema during neoliberalism / Carolina Rocha ; The fall and rise of Brazilian cinema / Cacilda Rêgo ; Globo Filmes, Sony, and franchise film-making : transnational industry in the Brazilian pós-retomada / Courtney Brannon Donoghue ; Close strangers : the role of regional cultural policies in Brazilian and Argentine new cinemas / Marina Moguillansky ; New visions of Patagonia : video collectives and the creation of a regional video movement in Argentina's south / Tamara L. Falicov --
III. Class, citizens and spatial relations. Leaving and letting go as possible ways of living together in Jorge Gaggero's Cama adentro/Live-in maid / Ana Ros ; Electoral normality, social abnormality : the Nueve reinas/Nine queens paradigm and reformulated Argentine cinema, 1989-2001 / Ana Laura Lusnich ; Landscape and the artist's frame in Lucrecia Martel's La ciénaga/The swamp and La niña santa/The holy girl / Amanda Holmes ; Transactional fiction : (sub)urban realism in the films of Trapero and Caetano / Beatriz Urraca ; Trigger-happy : police, violence and the state in El bonaerense/The policeman / James Scorer ; The socially protective web of Brazil's urban über-dramas / Piers Armstrong ; Fernando Meirelles' Cidade de Deus/City of God : the representation of racial resentment and violence in the new Brazilian social cinema / Vanessa Fitzgibbon --
IV. Gender. Staging class, gender and ethnicity in Lucrecia Martel's La ciénaga/The swamp / Ana Peluffo ; The dystopian city : gendered interpretations of the urban in Um céu de estrelas/A starry city (Tata Amaral, 1996) and Vagón fumador/Smokers only (Verónica Chen, 2001) / Charlotte Gleghorn ; Reimagining Rosinha with Andrucha Waddington and Elena Soarez : nature, woman and sexuality in the Brazilian northeast from popular music to cinema / Jack A. Draper III ; Taking initiative : Brazilian women's film-making before and after the retomada / Leslie L. Marsh.
|Responsibility:||edited by Cacilda Rêgo and Carolina Rocha.|