Category Archives: Documentary

Apocalipsis de nuestro tiempo (Apocalypse of Our Time)

Ishtar Yasin’s film about the work of the Chilean painter Julio Escámez. Film de Ishtar Yasin sobre la obra del pinto chileno Julio Escámez. Recommend on Facebook Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post Print for later … Continue reading

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Thinking Creative Practice on Campus

The symposium on audiovisual creative practice held at Roehampton University on June 14th, ‘Image Movement Story’, threw up an issue that reflects the incoherence of the research policies that fund our activities. On the one hand, judging from the wide … Continue reading

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Latin America in Tübingen

In the world of film studies, Germany is a country not much associated with the investigation of Latin American cinema, but here we were, gathering in the small university town of Tübingen for a Spanish-speaking symposium on ‘Encuadrando La Dictadura … Continue reading

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New? Latin American? Cinema?

The proper title of Havana’s annual film festival, founded in 1979, is the International Festival of New Latin American Cinema – Nuevo Cine Latinoamericano.  The words mark the Festival’s identification with a movement that was born in the 1960s, in … Continue reading

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