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Mujer inmigrante y cine español: estereotipos y evolución

Julieta Zarco    Università di Genova, Italia    

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This paper analyzes a selection of Spanish films focusing on gender representation and the migratory experience. The analysis is performed both at micro level (representations and individual experiences) and at macro level (representations and sociocultural experiences). In the second part, the paper examine stereotype construction in contemporary Spanish film productions (1990-2012). Films included are Manuel Gutiérrez Aragón’s Cosas que dejé en La Habana (1997); Icíar Bollaín’s Flores de otro mundo (1999); Fernando Merinero’s La novia de Lázaro (2002); Fernando De Aranoa’s Princesas (2005); Pedro Pérez Rosado’s Agua con sal (2005); Isabel de Ocampo’s Evelyn (2012) and Helena Taberna’s documentary Extranjeras (2003).

Published
Dec. 14, 2017
Submitted
July 23, 2017
Language
ES
ISBN (EBOOK)
978-88-6969-208-6

Keywords: Feminization of migrationMigrationCinemaGenderSpanish cinema

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