Proposes new critical directions in Latin American film. Framing Latin American Cinema embraces multiple modes of scholarship, juxtaposing feature films and documentaries, and locating cinema within larger cultural debates. Considering works from Argentina, Brazil, Cuba, Colombia, Guatemala, Mexico, and Venezuela, the contributors address a range of topics including studies of directors like Roman Chalbaud and Fernando Perez, examinations of viewer patterns and critical tendencies, and analyses of Mexican melodrama, revolutionary films, and such internationally acclaimed works as Dona Herlinda and A Place in the World.... the concerns of middle-class sectors to reimagine the social formation. comparing two neighborhoods in Buenos Aires. ... I would like to thank John Crider, Daniel Balderston, and Ana M. Lopez for their many helpful comments on this essay.
|Title||:||Framing Latin American Cinema|
|Author||:||Ann Marie Stock|
|Publisher||:||U of Minnesota Press - 1997|