9780814325858

New Latin American Cinema : Theory, Practices, and Transcontinental Articulations

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    9780814325858

  • ISBN10:

    0814325858

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 1997-02-01
  • Publisher: Wayne State Univ Pr

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Table of Contents

Preface 11(2)
Acknowledgments 13(2)
The Unfinished Social Practice of the New Latin American Cinema: Introductory Notes 5(18)
Michael T. Martin
I: THEORIZING POLITICAL/AESTHETIC TRAJECTORIES 33(102)
Towards a Third Cinema: Notes and Experiences for the Development of a Cinema of Liberation in the Third World
33(26)
Fernando Solanas
Octavio Getino
An Esthetic of Hunger
59(3)
Glauber Rocha
Problems of Form and Content in Revolutionary Cinema
62(9)
Jorge Sanjines
For an Imperfect Cinema
71(12)
Julio Garcia Espinosa
Meditations on Imperfect Cinema...Fifteen Years Later
83(3)
Julio Garcia Espinosa
Cinema and Underdevelopment
86(9)
Fernando Birri
For a Nationalist, Realist, Critical and Popular Cinema
95(4)
Fernando Birri
Some Notes on the Concept of a "Third Cinema"
99(9)
Octavio Getino
The Viewer's Dialectic
108(27)
Tomas Gutierrez Alea
II: CONTINENTAL DEVELOPMENT: SOCIOHISTORICAL CONTEXTS AND MODES OF PRODUCTION/CONSUMPTION 135(86)
An "Other" History: The New Latin American Cinema
135(22)
Ana M. Lopez
Film Artisans and Film Industries in Latin America. 1956-1980: Theoretical and Critical Implications of Variations in Modes of Filmic Production and Consumption
157(28)
Julianne Burton
The Economic Condition of Cinema in Latin America
185(16)
Michael Chanan
Rediscovering Documentary: Cultural Context and Intentionality
201(20)
Michael Chanan
III: TRANSCONTINENTAL ARTICULATIONS 221(52)
The Third Cinema Question: Notes and Reflections
221(31)
Paul Willemen
Resolutions of the Third World Filmmakers Meeting. Algiers. Dec. 5-14(1973)
252(11)
Cineaste
Europe: An Indispensable Link in the Production and Circulation of Latin American Cinema
263(10)
Antonio Skarmeta
IV: NEW LATIN AMERICAN CINEMA REVISITED 273(40)
An/Other View of New Latin American Cinema
273(25)
B. Ruby Rich
The New Latin American Cinema: A Modernist Critique of Modernity
298(15)
Zuzana M. Pick
Select Bibliography 313(8)
Contributors 321(4)
Index 325

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