SPAN-268 Culture and Civilization in Latin American Cinema
This course provides an overview of the significant National Cinemas of Spanish-speaking countries in the hemisphere. Within the overarching framework of society and culture, specific topics such as representation, adaptation, ideological constructs, docudrama and cinematographic techniques as markers of meaning serve to sharpen the close-film analysis as well as a micro/macro-examination of contemporary Latin America.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: None
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