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Brasileiro, Marcus

Migration in Lusophone Cinema

Brasileiro, Marcus - Migration in Lusophone Cinema, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Cacilda Rêgo, Marcus Brasileiro

2. Imagining Migration: A Panoramic View of Lusophone Films and Tabu (2012) as a Case Study
Carolin Overhoff Ferreira

3. Thinking of Portugal, Looking at Cape Verde: Notes on Representation of Immigrants in the Films of Pedro Costa
Nuno Barradas Jorge

4. Outros Bairros and the Challenges of Place in Postcolonial Portugal
Derek Pardue

5. Deterritorialization Processes in the Portuguese Emigratory Context: Cinematic Representations of Departing and Returning
Fátima Velez Castro

6. Performing Criminality: Immigration and Integration in Foreign Land and Fado Blues
Frans Weiser

7. Two Hungaries and Many Saudades: Transnational and Postnational Emotional Vectors in Contemporary Brazilian Cinema
Jack A. Draper

8. Reverse Migration in Brazilian Transnational Cinema: Um passaporte húngaro and Rapsódia Armênia
Nadia Lie

9. Otherness and Nationhood in Tizuka Yamasaki’s Gaijin I and Gaijin II
Álvaro Baquero-Pecino

10. Cinema, Aspirins, and Vultures: A Double Escape from a Global Conflict
Ursula Prutsch

11. European Immigrants and the Estado Novo in Contemporary Brazilian Cinema
Carolina Rocha

12. The Migrant in Helena Solberg’s Carmen Miranda: Bananas is My Business
Regina R. Félix

Keywords: Cultural and Media Studies, Directing, Film History, Arts, Film and Television Studies, Romance Languages

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2014
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
243 pages
Category
Art, Art History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137408921
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-48845-2

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