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Cine-Lit VII : essays on hispanic film and fiction

Author: Guy H Wood; Fernando Fabio Sánchez; Gina Herrmann
Publisher: Corvallis, OR : Cine-Lit Publications, 2012.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : English

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Genre/Form: Conference papers and proceedings
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Interviews Congresses
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Guy H Wood; Fernando Fabio Sánchez; Gina Herrmann
ISBN: 0963192760 9780963192769
OCLC Number: 796017318
Language Note: English and Spanish.
Notes: "Cine-Lit VII, an international conference on Hispanic film and literature, took place in Portland Oregon from February 24 to February 26, 2011"--Page 1.
Description: v, 302 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: I. Latin America: film history, cinematic images, and voices --
Transgeneric mutations and critical adaptations: a comparative reading of César Aira's La prueba and Diego Lerman's Tan de repente / Brendan Lanctot --
Nunca más = identification with the monster: the image of the other in El secreto de sus ojos / Julia Reineman --
La mirada en El secreto de sus ojos / Thomas Deveny --
Antropología transcultural: una encrucijada de valores: entre lo pagano y lo religioso en Madeinusa: hecho en Perú / Percio B. de Castro, Jr. --
El momento epifánico en Luz silenciosa (2007) de Carlos Reygadas / Dan Russek --
National symbol or realistic hero: depictions of Santos Luzardo in the novel and film adaptation of Rómulo Gallegos' Doña Bárbara / Nicholas Tratz --
II. Spain: film history, cinematic images, and voices --
Terrible silences, diegetic slippage, and USOs (unidentified sound objects) in Rodrigo Cortés's Buried / Patricia Hart --
Women's melodrama, historical memory, and the Spanish Civil War in ¡Ay, Carmela! and Las 13 rosas / Anne E. Hardcastle --
Almodóvar en The New York Times / Cristina Martínez-Carazo --
Poetry, intermediality, and Spanish experimental film: from the European avant-garde to the Barcelona school / Eduardo Ledesma --
La muerte tenía un precio: consumismo y snuff movies en las ficciones españolas de los 90 / Arturo Meijide Lapido --
Teaching La Movida through film and text / Marcela T. Garcés --
Dialéctica y (no) síntesis en El diputado (1978) de Eloy de la Iglesia / Luis Garcia-Torvisco --
Luis Buñuel, teõrico antes que cineasta / Alfonso Puyal --
Don Juan in Hollywood / Elizabeth Teresa Howe --
III. Hispanic testimonials: documentaries, directors, and interviews --
Making the familiar strange: El perro negro and the Spanish Civil War / Robert A. Rosenstone --
El regreso: documentary interpretation of a literary journey / Eric M. Thau --
Entrevista a Oriol Porta, director de Hollywood contra Franco / Isabel Jaén Portillo --
El Museo del Cine: una entrevista con Paula Félix-Didier, directora actual del Museo del Cine de Buenos Aires, Argentina / Nancy J. Membrez --
Nuestro cine como testimonio / Filipe Cazals.
Responsibility: edited by Guy H. Wood, Fernando Fabio Sánchez, Gina Herrmann.


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