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A Companion to Latin American Cinema

(Wiley Blackwell Companions to National Cinemas)

Delgado, Maria M. (EDT)   Hart, Stephen M. (EDT)   Johnson, Randal (EDT)

Wiley-Blackwell 2017/04
546 p. illustrations ; 26 cm.   
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テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: US
ISBN: 9781118552889
装丁違いISBN: 1119329205
KCN: 1027605705
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New in paperback. Hardcover was published in 2017. 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.

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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.
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Table of Contents

Notes on Contributors viii Acknowledgments xiv Introduction 1 Maria M. Delgado, Stephen M. Hart, and Randal Johnson Part I The Film Industry: Funding, Production, Distribution, Exhibition 19 1 Television and the Transformation of the Star System in Brazil 21 Randal Johnson 2 Stardom in Spanish America 36 Leah Kemp 3 Audiovisual Sector Incentives and Public Policy in Selected Latin American Countries 54 Steve Solot 4 Film, the Audiovisual, and New Technology in Latin America: Public Policy in the Context of Digital Convergence 71 Roque Gonzalez Translated by Franny Brogan and Randal Johnson 5 Film Funding Opportunities for Latin American Filmmakers: A Case for Further North South Collaboration in Training and Film Festival Initiatives 85 Tamara L. Falicov 6 The Film Festival Circuit: Identity Transactions in a Translational Economy 99 Mar Diestro Dopido Part II Continental Currents: Documenting and Representing Identities 115 7 Latin American Documentary: A Political Trajectory 117 Michael Chanan 8 The Politics of Landscape 133 Jens Andermann 9 From Postmodernity to Post Identity: Latin American Film after the Great Divide 150 Geoffrey Kantaris 10 Indigenous Filmmaking in Latin America 167 Charlotte Gleghorn 11 What Is the Child for Latin American Cinema? Spectatorship, Mobility, and Authenticity in Pedro Gonzalez Rubio s Alamar (2009) 187 Deborah Martin 12 Affect, Nostalgia, and Modernization: Popular Music in Twenty First Century Mexican and Chilean Cinema 201 Duncan Wheeler Part III National Cinemas: Initiatives, Movements, and Challenges 217 13 Memories of Cuban Cinema, 1959 2015 219 Joel del Rio and Enrique Colina Translated by Stephen M. Hart 14 Politics, Memory and Fiction(s) in Contemporary Argentine Cinema: The Kirchnerist Years 238 Maria M. Delgado and Cecilia Sosa 15 Neoliberalism and the Politics of Affect and Self Authorship in Contemporary Chilean Cinema 269 Joanna Page 16 Popular Cinema/Quality Television: A New Paradigm for the Mexican Mediascape 285 Paul Julian Smith 17 Alumbramento, Friendship, and Failure: New Filmmaking in Brazil in the Twenty First Century 294 Denilson Lopes Translated by Stephen M. Hart 18 The Reinvention of Colombian Cinema 307 Juana Suarez 19 Rendering the Invisible Visible: Reflections on the Costa Rican Film Industry in the Twenty First Century 325 Liz Harvey Part IV New Configurations: Travel, Technology, Television 341 20 The Horizontal Spread of a Vertical Malady: Cosmopolitanism and History in Pernambuco s Recent Cinematic Sensation 343 Lucia Nagib 21 Artists Cinema in Brazil 357 Andre Parente Translated by Randal Johnson 22 Brazilian Film and Television in Times of Intermedia Diversification 375 Esther Hamburger 23 A Mexican in Hollywood or Hollywood in Mexico? Globalized Culture and Alfonso Cuaron s Films 392 German Martinez Martinez 24 Latin American Cinema s Trojan Horse 408 Stephen M. Hart and Owen Williams Part V The Interview Corner: Pragmatics and Praxis 431 25 Finding the right balance : An Interview with Martin Rejtman 433 Maria M. Delgado 26 Escaping from an ordinary world into a more epic one : An Interview with Alvaro Brechner 446 Maria M. Delgado 27 The capacity to create mystery : An Interview with Pablo Larrain 459 Maria M. Delgado 28 A story might be similar from different places, but the language of representation is not : An Interview with Jeannette Paillan 473 Charlotte Gleghorn 29 Meeting points : An Interview with Mariana Rondon and Marite Ugas 487 Maria M. Delgado 30 Film is about connecting : An Interview with Diego Luna 499 Maria M. Delgado 31 The bridge between the others and us : An Interview with Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu 509 Damon Wise Index 519