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New trends in Argentine and Brazilian cinema

Author: Cacilda Rêgo; Carolina Rocha
Publisher: Bristol Intellect 2011
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Surveys Brazilian and Argentine cinematic production from its subsequent dramatic rebirth to the present. This title addresses not only the commercially successful films but also the effects of  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Cacilda Rêgo; Carolina Rocha
ISBN: 9781841503752 1841503754
OCLC Number: 901502069
Description: 274 p.
Contents: I. Introduction II. General Considerations Chapter 1: The Fall and Rise of Brazilian Cinema - Cacilda Rego Chapter 2: Globo Filmes, Sony and the Pre-Sold Promise: Commercial Filmmaking in the Brazilian Retomada - Courtney Brannon-Donoghue Chapter 3: Close Strangers: The Role of Regional Cultural Policies in Brazilian and Argentinean New Cinemas - Marina Moguillansky Chapter 4: Contemporary Argentine Cinema during Neoliberalism - Carolina Rocha Chapter 5: New Visions of Patagonia: Video Collectives and the Creation of a Regional Movement in Argentina's South - Tamara Falicov III. Citizens and New Types of Citizenship, Class Chapter 6: Leaving and Letting Go in Live-in-maid - Ana Ros Chapter 7: Electoral Normalcy and Social Anomaly: the Nueve reinas/Nine Queens paradigm and reformulated Argentine cinema, 1989-2001 - Ana Laura Lunish Chapter 8: Staging Class and Ethnicity in Lucrecia Martel's La cienaga - Ana Peluffo Chapter 9: Landscape and the Artist's Frame in Lucrecia Martel's La cienaga and La nina santa - Amanda Holmes Chapter 10: Transactional Fictions: (Sub)urban Realism in the Films of Caetano and Trapero - Beatriz Urraca Chapter 11: Police and Policing in Recent Argentine Cinema - James Scorer Chapter 12: The productive web of Brazil's urban uber-dramas - Piers Armstrong Chapter 13: Fernando Meirelles's City of God: The Representation of Racial Resentment and Violence in the New Brazilian Social Cinema - Vanessa Fitzgibbon IV. Gender/Genre Chapter 14: The Dystopian City: Gendered Interpretations of the Urban in Um Ceu de Estrelas (Tata Amaral, 1996) and Vagon Fumador (Veronica Chen, 2001) - Charlotte Gleghorn Chapter 15: Reimagining Rosinha with Andrucha Waddington and Elena Soarez: Nature, Woman, and Sexuality in the Brazilian Northeast from Popular Music to Cinema - Jack Draper III Chapter 16: The Laughter Contract: Filmed History and Image Demolition in Carlota Joaquina, Princess of Brazil - Regina Felix Chapter 17: Brazilian Women's Filmmaking before and after the Retomada - Leslie Marsh
Responsibility: Cacilda Rêgo [edit.]; Carolina Rocha [edit.].

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