By Maria M. Delgado,Stephen M. Hart,Randal Johnson
- Features contributions from overseas critics, historians, and students, besides interviews with acclaimed Latin American movie directors
- Includes essays at the Latin American movie undefined, in addition to the interactions among television and documentary creation with characteristic movie culture
- Covers numerous up-and-coming areas of movie job equivalent to countries in principal America
- Offers novel insights into Latin American cinema according to new methodologies, akin to the quantitative process, and essays contributed by way of practitioners in addition to theorists
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