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Author Roberts-Camps, Traci, 1975- author

Title Latin American women filmmakers : social and cultural perspectives / Traci Roberts-Camps
Published Albuquerque : University of New Mexico Press, 2017
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Series Pasó por aquí series on the Nuevomexicano literary heritage
Contents Front Cover; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction; 1: Transgression: María Luisa Bemberg's Camila and Yo, la peor de todas; 2: Isolation: Lucía Puenzo's XXY and El niño pez; 3: Female Solidarity: The Films of María Novaro; PLATES; 4: The Female Body as Spectacle: Dana Rotberg's Ángel de fuego and La mujer del pueblo: Otilia Rauda; 5: Parallelism: Carmen Luz Parot's Estadio Nacional; 6: Escape: Alicia Scherson's Play; 7: Urban and Inner Lives: The Films of Suzana Amaral
8: Being Brazilian: National Identity in Tizuka Yamasaki's Gaijin: Caminhos da Liberdade and Gaijin: Ama-me como souConclusion; Notes; Filmography; Bibliography; Index; Back Cover
Summary "Women are noticeably marginalized from the Latin American film industry, with lower budgets and inadequate distribution, and they often rely on their creativity to make more interesting films. This book highlights the voices and stories of some of these directors from Brazil, Chile, Argentina, and Mexico. Roberts-Camps's insightful exploration is the most broad-ranging account of its kind, making the book relevant to the study of literature as well as film."-- Provided by publisher
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 163-171), filmography (page 161), and index
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Subject Motion pictures and women -- Latin America.
Motion pictures -- Latin America.
Women in the motion picture industry -- Latin America.
Women motion picture producers and directors -- Latin America.
Form Electronic book
LC no. 2016056130
ISBN 0826358284 (electronic bk.)
9780826358288 (electronic bk.)
(hardback)