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  1. Del Home Video al nuevo Nollywood: la poderosa industria audiovisual en Nigeria

    Val Cubero, Alejandra
    The home video in Nigeria is born in a context of economic and social crisis and was developed without any governmental assistance, with very basic technical resources and filming everyday-life stories that opened the door to a new filmography that initially turned away from the traditional Western trend. At present, the strong attraction that the video has aroused within the Nigerian diaspora is leading to new productions that break with the classic videos of the nineties, raising many questions regarding visual diversity in a context of national and transnational change.

  2. Critical Approaches to African Cinema Discourse. Nwachukwu Frank Ukadike (Ed.)

    Leal Riesco, Beatriz

  3. The Europeanness of European Cinema. Identity, Meaning, Globalization Mary Harrod, Mariana Liz and Alissa Timoshkina (Eds.): Londres / Nueva York I. B. Tauris, 2015 272 páginas

    Merás, Lidia

  4. Del trazo al pixel. Un recorrido por la animación española

    González Monaj, Raúl

  5. Reflexión sobre la dimensión espectatorial de las películas africanas: o cómo los cines africanos piensan de otra manera en sus públicos

    Bamba, Mahomed
    This article explores the textual construction of the spectator in various African films. A spectator that seems to be registered as a ‘watermark’ through the expository gestures and paratextual strategies of filmmakers that follow the poetic logic of auteur cinema. It is through the analysis of these stylistic and narrative strategies, of the symbolic resources used, and of the metadiscursive traces present in the texts, that the extent to which the authors have taken into consideration the African audience, and whether or not they are aiming exclusively at them, can be explored - even in terms beyond those directly expressed...

  6. Estados generales del Tercer Cine. Los documentos de Montreal, 1974. Mariano Mestman (Dir.): Buenos Aires ReHiMe. Cuadernos de la Red de Historia de los Medios. Cátedra de Historia de los Medios. Universidad de Buenos Aires / Prometeo, 2013-2014 239 páginas y un DVD

    Hadouchi, Olivier

  7. Curating Africa in the Age of Film Festivals. Lindiwe Dovey: Nueva York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015, 280 páginas

    Campos Rabadán, Minerva

  8. Lo mejor de Alain Robbe-Grillet

    Vidal Estévez, Manuel

  9. Pantallas contemporáneas de África y su diáspora: presentación

    Leal Riesco, Beatriz; González García, Fernando

  10. Postnationalist African Cinemas. Alexie Tcheuyap: Manchester / Nueva York : Manchester University Press, 2011. 256 páginas

    González García, Fernando

  11. Cineastas afrodescendientes del siglo XXI, entre diáspora, transnacionalismo y post-racialidad

    De Franceschi, Leonardo
    In the last fifteen years (2001-14), the afro-descendant diasporic film has grown, albeit different modes of the different national contexts. The rising success of stars like Denzel Washington, Idris Elba and Omar Sy, together with the award of an Oscar in 2014 to the director Steve McQueen, have allowed the development of a transnational public formed mostly by young afro-descendants that are ever more conscious and willing to see themselves represented by black characters in key roles. From the United States to Europe, we are witnessing the emergence of a more proactive, flexible and pragmatic sensibility on the part of...

  12. El cine y la transición política en España (1975-1982). Manuel Palacio (Ed.) Las imágenes del cambio. Medios audiovisuales en las transiciones a la democracia Manuel Palacio (Ed.)

    Alted Vigil, Alicia

  13. Pantallas contemporáneas de África y su diáspora: editorial

    Secuencias, Equipo

  14. Nationalist African Cinema : Legacy and Transformations. Sada Niang.: Londres : Lexington Books, 2014. 131páginas

    Marín García, Beatriz

  15. La carretera del infierno

    Guiralt Gomar, Carmen

  16. De las grandes a las pequeñas pantallas. Nuevas narrativas africanas de entretenimiento

    Tcheuyap, Alexie
    The African cinematic landscape has changed drastically in the past decades. The important development of video in Nigeria and Ghana, for example, speaks to the need of African spectators to identify with specific narratives that address daily experiences. In French speaking Africa where, except Burkina Faso, there is literally not a single cinema hall, there have been important advances in the production of TV series. Influenced by Indian, Brazilian and Argentinean narratives, several countries are experiencing a boom of TV series. That has been made possible not only because local postcolonial governments have lost their monopoly over television production, but...

  17. Contemporary Cinema of Africa and The Diaspora. Anjali Prahbu.: West Sussex: Wiley-Blackwell, 2014. 272 páginas

    Leal Riesco, Beatriz

  18. Images et animation. Le cinema d’animation en Afrique Centrale. Introduction au cinema d’animation en République Démocratique du Congo, au Rwanda et au Burundi. Guido Convents

    Montero Plata, Laura

  19. Le cave est piegé

    Cepero, Pablo

  20. La administración de la memoria. Fuente de Cantos y Zurbarán, 1887 - 2014

    Lorenzana de la Puente, Felipe

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