Framing Latin American Cinema

Ed. Ann Marie Stock
Focuses on the critical constructions of Latin American Cinema, and the challenges those practices that reduce Latin American films to illustrations of U.S. and European film and cultural studies theories. It also provides insights into film industries in Cuba, Argentina, Colombia, Mexico, Guatemala, Brazil, and Venezuela.

Ambrosio Fornet

Through Other Worlds and Other Times: Critical Praxis and Latin American Cinema
Ann Marie Stock

  1. High-Rise Apartments, Arcades, Cars, and Hoteles de citas: Urban Discourse and the Reconstruction of the Public/Private Divide in 1960s Buenos Aires
    Laura Podalsky
  2. Backwards Blindness: Brazilian Cinema of the 1980s
    José Carlos Avellar
  3. Recent Colombian Cinema: Public Histories and Private Stories
    Ilene S. Goldman
  4. When the Mountains Tremble: Images of Ethnicity in a Transcultural Text
    Teresa Longo
  5. How Real is Reel? Fernando de Fuentes’s Revolutionary Trilogy
    John Mraz
  6. Kiss of the Spider Woman, Novel, Play, and Film: Homosexuality and the Discourse of the Maternal in a Third World Prison
    Patricia Santoro
  7. Moving to Thought: The Inspired Reflective Cinema of Fernando Pérez
    Beat Borter
  8. Román Chalbaud: The “National” Melodrama on an Air of Bolero
    Paulo Antonio Paranaguá
  9. The Persistence of a Vision: Going to the Movies in Colombia
    Gilberto Gómez Ocampo
  10. Mexican Melodramas of Patriarchy: Specificity of a Transcultural Form
    Julianne Burton-Carvajal
  11. Queering the Patriarchy in Hermosillo’s Doña Herlinda y su hijo
    David William Foster
  12. Will There Be Latin American Cinema in the Year 2000? Visual Culture in a Postnational Era
    Néstor García Canclini