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FTV 245 Lecture 5.2.11

GLOBALIZATION AND CONTEMPORARY INTERNATIONAL CINEMA: CASE STUDY: MEXICO/LATIN AMERICAN CINEMA
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Karen Beavers

on 14 May 2011

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Transcript of FTV 245 Lecture 5.2.11

GLOBALIZATION AND CONTEMPORARY INTERNATIONAL CINEMA
CASE STUDY: MEXICO/LATIN AMERICAN CINEMA/GLOBAL CINEMA Mexico's film periods:
National cinema of the 1920s
“Golden Age” of Mexican Cinema (1930s-1950s)
First new wave (1970s)
Second new wave (1990s+) Golden Age El Topo (Jodorosky, 1970) First New Wave Second New Wave
digital/film
private/public
national/transnational
Mexico/Hollywood What makes a new wave?
What are the political and social conditions necessary for a new wave to happen in a particular country Alfonso Cuarón
Alejandro González Iñárritu
Guillermo del Toro clips:
Macario (Roberto Gavaldón , 1960)
Los Olvidados (Luis Buñuel, 1950)
Japon (Carlos Reygada, 2002)
Y tu mamá también (Alfonso Cuarón, 2001)
Amores Perros (Alejandro González Iñárritu, 2000) González Iñárritu told Sight and Sound that he loathed the government financed movie making that seems to operate by the maxim “if nobody understands and nobody goes to see a movie, that must mean it’s a masterpiece”
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