THE NEW CINEMA OF LATIN AMERICA (series)

THE NEW CINEMA OF LATIN AMERICA (series)

    Price: $310.00

    Code: 1023
    Format: DVD

    Directed by Michael Chanan
    1985, Part I: 83 minutes, Part II: 85 minutes
    Purchase: $310 | Classroom Rental: $150

    This two-part documentary examines the social and artistic roots of the national cinemas of Latin America, tracing the evolution of its theoretical and esthetic positions, the development of new forms of representation, repression against filmmakers, and the emergence of a new women's cinema.

    Part I, Cinema of the Humble, traces the evolution of its theoretical and aesthetic positions, and focuses on the development of cinema in Cuba and Nicaragua.

    Part II, The Long Road, examines the development of new forms of representation, repression against filmmakers, and the emergence of a new women's cinema.

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    * Outstanding Nonprint Material, Choice (American Library Association)


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    "A unique and important resource... [with] an enormous amount of information... an admirable, complex effort." - Library Journal