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Post-beur CinemaMaghrebi-French and North African Emigre Filmmaking in France since 2000$
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Will Higbee

Print publication date: 2013

Print ISBN-13: 9780748640041

Published to Edinburgh Scholarship Online: January 2014

DOI: 10.3366/edinburgh/9780748640041.001.0001

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. Introduction: From Immigrant Cinema to National Cinema

. Introduction: From Immigrant Cinema to National Cinema

(p.1) 1. Introduction: From Immigrant Cinema to National Cinema
Post-beur Cinema

Will Higbee

Edinburgh University Press

This chapter considers the emergence of North African émigré and Maghrebi-French filmmaking in France since the 1970s in order to help contextualise the changes in the 2000s that will be analysed in the subsequent chapter of this book. It also introduces the conceptual term ‘Post-Beur cinema’ as a means of identifying the significant changes that have taken place for many filmmakers of North African origin in France in the 2000s.

Keywords:   Immigrant cinema, Beur cinema, Post-Beur, French cinema

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