A Companion to Latin American Film (Coleccion Tamesis Serie A: Monografias #207) (Hardcover)

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This is book number 207 in the Coleccion Tamesis Serie A: Monografias (Hardcover) series.


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This Companion to Latin American Film is a new, up-to-date introduction to the best twenty-five films of the region. It is designed for the general reader who wants to know the basic facts, figures and ideas about the movies in Latin America. The introductory essay traces the history of Latin American cinema from its humble beginnings in the mid- 1890s until the smash hits of recent years: Like Water for Chocolate (1993), Central Station (1998), Love's a Bitch (2000), And your Mother Too (2001), City of God (2002). The early period when Latin American cinema was dominated by foreign film makers or foreign models (such as Hollywood), as well as the 1960s when as a genre it finally found its feet (the New Latin-American Cinema movement) - are also covered in depth. Each film chapter contains all the information you need -- cast and crew, awards, plot -- as well as a detailed analysis of the themes and techniques which make the film tick. There is a Guide to Further Reading which offers the reader advice on what to read next (all the important books, articles and Internet sites), as well as a Select Bibliography and an extensive index for ease of reference.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781855661066
ISBN-10: 1855661063
Publisher: Tamesis Books
Publication Date: October 14th, 2004
Pages: 236
Language: English
Series: Coleccion Tamesis Serie A: Monografias (Hardcover)