Twenty essays by major filmmakers and critics provide the first survey of the evolution of documentary film in Latin America. While acknowledging the political and historical weight of the documentary, the contributors are also concerned with the aesthetic dimensions of the medium and how Latin American practitioners have defined the boundaries of the form.... Sony repair shop in Managua; repair bills come back partly in cordobas, the national currency, and partly in dollars, the cost of getting spare parts. To maintain their equipment, the group has to bring in certain jobs that can pay in hardanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Social Documentary in Latin America|
|Publisher||:||University of Pittsburgh Pre - 1990-09-15|