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New Argentine and Brazilian cinema : reality effects / edited by Jens Andermann and Álvaro Fernández Bravo.

Other author/creatorAndermann, Jens.
Other author/creatorFernández-Bravo, Alvaro, 1964-
Format Tactile Material, Book, and Print
Publication Info New York, NY : Palgrave Macmillan, 2013.
Descriptionvi, 228 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Subject(s)
Series New Directions in Latino American Cultures
New directions in Latino American cultures. ^A537211
Contents Introduction / Jens Andermann and Álvaro Fernández Bravo -- Cámera lúcida / José Carlos Avellar -- Footprints : risks and achievements in new Argentine cinema / David Oubiña. -- Documentary cinema and the return of what was / Andréa França -- The return of the natural : landscape, nature and the place of fiction / Edgardo Dieleke -- Beyond reflexivity : acting and experience in contemporary Argentine and Brazilian cinema / Joanna Page -- The scene and the inscription of the real / César Guimarães -- Global periphery : aesthetic and cultural margins in Brazilian audiovisual forms / Ivana Bentes -- Exploding buses : José Padilha and the hijacking of media / Tom Cohen -- The Carandiru massacre : across the mediatic spectrum / Robert Stam -- December's other scene : new Argentine cinema and the politics of 2001 / Jens Andermann -- In praise of difficulty : notes on realism and narrative in contemporary Argentine film / Domin Choi -- The self as other : reality, archive and the witness in three contemporary Latin American films / Álvaro Fernández Bravo -- The documentary : between reality and fiction, between first and third person / Gonzalo Aguilar.
Abstract "Examining Brazilian and Argentine cinema of the last fifteen years, this volume charts the emergence of a new concern with the real, bringing together contributions from leading film scholars and critics from Latin America, Europe, and the United States. Comparing 'New Argentine Cinema" and the Brazilian 'Retomada, ' the contributors read across the boundaries between documentary and fiction and trace new modes of deploying performance and re-enactment, found footage, and the interplay between film and television and theater. They shed light on similarities between and variations in different Latin American national cinemas' filmic discourses and production contexts and map these findings onto the larger context of current film theory."--Publisher's website.
Bibliography noteIncludes bibliographical references and index.
LCCN 2012040018
ISBN9781137304827 (hardcover)
ISBN1137304820 (hardcover)
Standard identifier# 40022179615

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