New Argentine Film is the most complete text to be published on the new Argentine cinema. While anchored in critical discourse and written by an academic, it also has the virtue of using clear and accessible language. In addition, the book is more than a study of cinema; in its pages, the author reflects upon the recent crisis in Argentina. In the words of Argentine critic Diego Trerotola, qthe trajectory of this essay forms a vivid map of over ten years of innovation, in order to understand the aesthetic work of our national cinema.qIn 2002, Joel Zwicka#39;s My Big Fat Greek Wedding became one ofthe most successful movies in history, not so much for the ... To this example can be added Daniel Myrick and Eduardo SAincheza#39;s Blair Witch Project (1999) or Robert RodrAsgueza#39;s El Mariachi (1992). ... First, the making ofa film was so fragmented that investment could appear during any of its phases. ... foreign foundations offered the possibility of a financial co-production that did not demand changes to the original project.
|Title||:||New Argentine Film|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2011-03-15|