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New Transnationalisms in Contemporary Latin American Cinemas$
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Dolores Tierney

Print publication date: 2018

Print ISBN-13: 9780748645732

Published to Edinburgh Scholarship Online: September 2018

DOI: 10.3366/edinburgh/9780748645732.001.0001

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Argentina: Introduction

Argentina: Introduction

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(p.187) Argentina: Introduction
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New Transnationalisms in Contemporary Latin American Cinemas
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Dolores Tierney

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Edinburgh University Press
DOI:10.3366/edinburgh/9780748645732.003.0009

This introductory section and its account of the significant changes in Argentine filmmaking in the last twenty five years acts as a platform to the director-centred analyses of Juan José Campanella’s films in Chapter 6. It situates Campanella and his filmmaking practice as typical of one vector of Argentina’s changed filmmaking landscape (the ‘industry auteurs’ produced through the neoliberal reforms to the industry in the 1990s and fostered by transnational media conglomerates) but also addresses the vibrant independent filmmaking movement (the New Argentine Cinema) also a by- product of the 1990s reforms and fostered by the government and transnational funding bodies.

Keywords:   Neoliberal reforms, Transnational media conglomerates, Juan José Campanella, industry auteur, New Argentine Cinema, Transnational funding bodies

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